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  1. lex007

    lex007 Active Member

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    Hi,

    I have a set of 5 gambling domains directed to a niche sector that gets 2000+ uniques per month. One of the domains receive 1000 of these visitors - it has a square on the million dollar home page . com website. A very gd square next to the owners square...and premium company names such as yahoo etc..

    What is this worth as a package in your opinions. Realistic valuations would be appreciated. Thanks!
     
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  3. woopwoop United States

    woopwoop Well-Known Member

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    would need to know the domains before valuation
     
  4. lex007

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    they are aimed at the asian handicap & soccer/football handicap betting markets. Massive business.

    the 1000 per month is a .com

    in total 2.coms and 3.nets
     
  5. jacal1

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    Questions...

    What has revenue per month been for the past 6 months - not total - list in order. This might help land you a valuation. It would be much easier with the DNs of course becuase any response will be based only on profit multiples and trends. Obviously it will be impossible to include key word value, etc.
     
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    Sounds dodgy too me,

    2,000 hits per month and you havent got a basic website up??????

    Those 2,000 hits per month would at least give 10 sign ups per month.

    The chances are these hits are search engines considering you dont want too name the domain names.

    The dot com market for gambling in the US is dead now due to the new gambling regulations and .net is pretty useless anyway.

    Maybe the domain buying is a fools market, but this is one person who isnt a fool and who wont be shopping.
     
  7. scooter United Kingdom

    scooter Well-Known Member

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    In all honesty I think the time is right to be buying. (not from this thread but in general)

    A new administration will herald a new approach to gambling and with the Dollar so weak against the pound, the time is right.


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    retired_member2 Retired Member

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    Going a bit off topic but

    The gambling legislation is 50/50 as to whether the new muppets bring back gambling or not.

    Although I do own a lot of gambling websites, myself personally I would love to see gambling, smoking, drinking and mother in laws banned in every country around the World.

    It would be hard to reverse the policy on gambling, but depending upon how much is being paid too the new government, then it could make a return.

    The online market for casinos in the US would be worth billions some areas are not so much affected though such as bingo and poker, but in some respects getting back reasonably on topic

    If the turn was coming why would someone decide too sell, when its according too your good self a buy buy buy market for the US market.

    Anyway I'm going to stop the waffle as 2:30 am or near enough and everyone has different views but hope you like my new tag line ;)

    Not being a grass though, I think this thread maybe locked or deleted anyway as I saw a previous thread that stated that you need to put some domain names in the thread title, otherwise it might get deleted.

    Regards

    Mark
     
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