Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by NGALO1983, Mar 12, 2020.
Who appraised it?
GoDaddy usually adds the word “go” or some other word that’s available in front of the domains you search that aren’t available and they appraise it for $995 - $1995 and people buy the domain and probably end up buying more. Then they find out later when they try to sell it, it’s worth less than the renewal cost.
Try selling them on Namepros someone might bite there. But you'll only probably get less than $100 for them.
domain valuation bots LOL
Either you are not promoting it properly or just the domains are not worth the price you are asking for.
You buy the domain, then list it in a marketplace like afternic, find end-users and outbound sales mail to them... Boom!!!
Mind you, not all names sell that easily
It's can work only for company, when they register domain name that same to company name. In other cases it doesn't metter.
The point is people buy domain not because go daddy estimate price. You should first find out how you domain can profit the customer what make them unique and worth the value.
No demand = worthless
I have a toilet seat valued at $65,000, and I don't understand why noone wants it ! I am stunned !
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