Selling Brandable Domains

Jason76

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Post Edited (5/25/19) Regarding Below: (TriCityWork.com removed from listing)

Make an offer. Looking for between $100,000 and 1 million.

Tri-City - as in the numerous tri-city areas across the US and maybe other nations.

  • Tri-Cities (TN, VA,)
  • Tri-Cities (New York State)
  • Tri-Cities (Outside San Francisco)
  • Tri-Cities (North Carolina)
  • etc...

Payment by PayPal LOL....
 
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Malcolmjr96

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100,000 FP$? Deal. [HASH=18]#Malcolm[/HASH]
 
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If you really think that the domain will be going for $100,000 to 1 million then YOU really don't understand how it works.
[HASH=53]#JoyFreak[/HASH]
It;s an big unrealistic joke
 
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Jason76

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It;s an big unrealistic joke
$50,000 isn't. On GoDaddy, they have a similar site for that much with these terms.

Well, I'm not sure how to price it - and I don't know if the guy with the similar site is an idiot or not. I guess If I could find out - how long that listing has been on there.

But honestly, Iv'e seen really dumb sales - like Chinese buying nonsense numbers to satisfy some Chinese superstition thing.
 
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Jason76

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It's going to be tough. Now I've put it on Go Daddy Auctions for $49,900 - but I'm not holding my breath!

But as you say, it's finding those companies or maybe domain resellers or something.

I figure there are few rich people on FP, but even with that - below $10,000 would be the max.

Let's be civil. I'm not angry over the joking on the thread - I understand the situation.
 
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Xyphien

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$50,000 isn't. On GoDaddy, they have a similar site for that much with these terms.

Well, I'm not sure how to price it - and I don't know if the guy with the similar site is an idiot or not. I guess If I could find out - how long that listing has been on there.

But honestly, Iv'e seen really dumb sales - like Chinese buying nonsense numbers to satisfy some Chinese superstition thing.
Just because something is going for that much doesn't mean that it's actually that much. You'd have to look at domains similar that have been sold, as well as look to see if it's a domain, or an actual website. No one will ever be willing to spend that much on a domain that's not either completely unique, OR not a LLL TLD.

Of course this is my opinion, and if you are going to continue with this I do wish you the best on your endeavor, however I'd look at somewhere else like flippa if you're trying to sell something of that price range :)

EDIT: I don't know if it's still on there but they use to have a domain price checker.
 
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gentlekenny

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What are you guys gonna say of the prices of my domains. They are quite cheap as compared to TheMathHelp:

Affiliatesi.com

WikiAuctions.com

WikiExports.com

WikiAnimate.com

WikiToons.com
&
WikiAnimations.com
 

Carlos X

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Jason, People here on FP d understand how "domaining" works and they dont have money here. Better off brokering it to a company or person in the area.
I agree with this post.
What are you guys gonna say of the prices of my domains. They are quite cheap as compared to TheMathHelp:

Affiliatesi.com

WikiAuctions.com

WikiExports.com

WikiAnimate.com

WikiToons.com
&
WikiAnimations.com
Stop hijacking someone else's thread to get attention. Not a great way to sell your domains.

That being said... This isn't the place to sell larger-than-life domains like you are selling here.
I would agree that the price is too much, but you're probably seeing something we aren't, so we can't fully judge.

Get a real appraisal from something like GoDaddy, but I wouldn't trust anything from GoDaddy, either. Most domain registrars who offer you a chance to appraise, and then sell overprice the domain. What they want is to own your domain directly, by enticing you with a "holy shit" price. So, find a reputable place to appraise your domain. Don't just appraise from one place, which is why this person said...
Just because something is going for that much doesn't mean that it's actually that much. You'd have to look at domains similar that have been sold, as well as look to see if it's a domain, or an actual website. No one will ever be willing to spend that much on a domain that's not either completely unique, OR not a LLL TLD.

Of course this is my opinion, and if you are going to continue with this I do wish you the best on your endeavor, however I'd look at somewhere else like flippa if you're trying to sell something of that price range :)

EDIT: I don't know if it's still on there but they use to have a domain price checker.
So, once you've done that, and you can see the pattern, then sell it for that price, and not the one you're thinking or expecting. Because people want a reasonable price.

EDIT: I tried the site, and it's redirecting me to 2 kinds of websites, it's asking me to download a program, and the www extention is sending me to an unknown site. What the fuck happened here? [I was on your godaddy.com listing, and I pressed right click on your domain, looked for "go to site." But I clicked your link on your signature, so I'll finish this post with the following comments.. Sorry about that.]

Okay, I've just seen your site. It's https, which is good. The design looks good, but it's nowhere near $50k "good." And the reason for this is not just because of the style, but your stats, also. You only have 114 members, 2,390 Threads, and 12,774 Posts. Yes, your team put in time to create a good looking site, but it doesn't scream at me like "I spent $2,000 on this design." And at face value, your stats are very low.

What you did here in this thread is the same thing another owner did to me years ago. He tried to sell a Call of Duty Forum for $3,000, but at this point, the site was about 39 active members, 80 total members, 221 threads, 1,342 posts - Now tell me, is THAT worth $3,000 to you? Is that $10, 20, 30 thousand dollars worth? Because the owner turned around and asked for $30k after I returned to talk about the buy out. I was going to put a downpayment on $3k. He sold it to a friend, and gave that person a discount, I eventually bought the same domain for less than what the original owner was selling it to me for.
 
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Jason76

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Must have been some ad-ware got into the hosting for MyMathHelp.com.

Get a real appraisal from something like GoDaddy, but I wouldn't trust anything from GoDaddy, either. Most domain registrars who offer you a chance to appraise, and then sell overprice the domain. What they want is to own your domain directly, by enticing you with a "holy shit" price. So, find a reputable place to appraise your domain. Don't just appraise from one place, which is why this person said...
NameWorth.com seems to have more accurate appraisals.