Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by Recykool, Aug 8, 2011.
Just hand regged this one.
would love to hear your opinions
Thanks in advance
Not many exact searches, but could make a good brandable name, it's quite memorable. I can't see it being worth much to be honest, but i don't really know much myself. So maybe someone more experienced can give a better valuation of it
What kind of site were you thinking of building? Were you thinking along credit report lines?
To be honest i wasn't looking to develop it,
i will leave that down to the pros, i'm looking to sell it...
I think it might have some potential if you seek out the right buyer, e.g. a software company that provides a finance history tool/service.
"Finance History" and can only see that as "The History of Finance" as it says on the tin.
I'm guessing your trying to latch on to "Financial History" as in credit reports etc but, you cant create your own wording and expect it to mean something of value
1. What made you buy it?
2. What could someone do with it?
3. Who's you target Market to resell to (shouldn't be speculative domainers unless you are aware of a domainer targeting a certain Market - then of course they become your Market)
4. Domain prices are small, and costs to resell are next to nothing - just your own time - but like any resale purchase you have to know who your buyer is and where to find them
The right finance names or developed sites with traffic are always going to get interest - I'd ask a question already asked which is local exacts on GWT - it will give you an idea as to whether there is an immediate Market for a speculative domainer to target - or is it just brandable and someone's going to have to use some creativity
You might find it better to brand this, develop a site targeting an industry that is highly profitable and then resell. The name would be easy to sell in this type of situation
I can't see it being an easy domain to shift to domainers. I would recommend researching businesses that might have a use for it and approach them. Again though, I can't see this being easy.
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