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End User Price??? How much shall I quote to them??!!!

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  1. Devamatt

    Devamatt Active Member

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    Hi there

    A photo company has expressed an interest in my domain Order Prints .co.uk they said they are going to make an offer but what do you guys think it is worth to an end user??!!

    Any input appreciated

    Cheers

    Matt

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    £800 to £1500? See what they offer. That was on deleting wasn't it? I'd sell it for £450.
     
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    Lee

    I'd second that...

    You can always put - Looking for 'OIRO/Negotiable' in any price you quote to them...
     
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    ....and I would think about deleting this post because if they were thinking about offering more and read this they will drop their offer
     
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    Hi Matt -

    I'd drive the price if I were you - tell them what its available for, and depending on the size of the company, and the relative 'value of money' to them, punt it within Lee's range - £995 if not so big, £1495 if big.

    They maybe thinking of lower, but by setting the initial starting level of the negotiation you'll be able to compromise higher a lot easier by setting their initial expectations.

    Also - edit your first posting and stick a couple of spaces in the domain name - reduces the probability they will find this thread from spidering search engines...something like "Order Prints .co.uk".

    Cheers, Nick.
     
  7. Devamatt

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    Some very good advice thanks guys :)
     
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