Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by kevin williams, Apr 13, 2017.
i just bought my first domain..can anyone valuate it??
I am Very Excited!!
Seems like a good start!
Valuate it for what? You want to build a site on it? To resell it?
It has a value only if you own a company named "9 Rentals". Otherwise, you just drained a regfee.
I personally don't like Domains with numbers.
The domain is not bad, but it doesnt give away what kind of rentals you will provide.
-$9.99 if that is what you paid otherwise add a negative sign to whatever you paid for it.
I paid like 3$ for it..It seemed like a good one for 3..And i already made my money back via bodis
Going to sell it next month maybe for 15$..I need a lot of experience in this field.
Would also like to know.
I bought for 0.99$ .com domain few months ago on godaddy.com. there still might be that price check it out
If you're just flipping domains, don`t go for numbers. Also, don`t go for a $10 desired ROI because that`s not a good investment. Aim higher
you can get 0.99 from godaddy, though I still pay $15 as i want to keep all domains under one account and I get so many coupons so no need
1and1 also provides 99 cent domains
I don't see that 1and1 would provide $0.99 domains anymore. They did provide unlimited $0.99 domains for one account way back, more recently only one $0.99 domain per new account and now it seems they have ended this type of promotion.
Agreed with SunnyLeon, definitely don't go for $10 ROI. I remember when I bought my first domain like it was yesterday.. Well actually the first one was for my personal site, but soon after I got my first business domain. I never flipped a domain in my life. I spent $20 on domain + hosting, 6 months later I sold the site for $7000. It was actually making decent money back then and was ranking top 3-4 in my niche. That's the short story of how I entered the world of IM at 16. The only reason I did so well was because I reached for the stars. That's what I'd recommend to you buddy. By trying to make $10 from the start, you'll always be trying to make $10. There is nothing worse than mediocre businessmen hoping to make the extra 1-3k a month someday.. They always fail. If you do something, do it big.
I think that's the deal I got! Though it's only 1 domain that I have with them.
Prefer GD for my domain needs, not because they're good or something, just because I already registered 100+ domains with them and want to keep in one place.
Yea, it was worth it when the domains cost was only $0.99 for unlimited domains, but now I'd stay away from 1and1 and use other registrars like NameCheap and Godaddy.
are they bad? which ones would you suggest?
Man, what do mean about "Valuate it"?
Ask yourself, Why I bought that name? Are you willing to resell it or to build a money site on it?
Does the domain have traffic, Backlinks, what makes it special??
If you don't probably recognize the value of your name, why you buy it?
Buy domains for your needs, not because it's cheap. I would suggest also: buy fresh domains. These all trust flow, domain authority, etc. are useless unless you don't want to build PBN.
It's very hard to find domain with good parameters what is short and easy to remember for users. SEO is not everything. King is content and brand.
The difference between aged domains and new domains is very little. All you need is to build authority links.
Why you have bought 99rentals? Are you interested to real estate business?
"9" means "Nice"? Then Nice Rentals? Right?
I was hand registering domains and i found it. I thought maybe it would be worth something.
Separate names with a comma.