Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by tbobker, Jun 26, 2012.
How much do you think this domain is worth?
Sorry mate but undeveloped it's only worth reg fee :-|
No good with "Hunt" attached - end of
or "first" from the other end.
Whenever you see a domain of three words when two will do - think long and hard as to why somebody would go there (looking/searching). A leading (thought-out prerequisite) only ever needs its one sub-set - and vis a vis
-I know you development guys can make "Grandmas Ginger" (Without the "Cake" ) sound enticing
I see what you mean
This domain would have been worth more with "jobhunt.com" or "firstjob.com" but to have "firstjobhunt.com" its a bit useless.
Sorry but not worth the reg fee.
The first job, and graduate job sector is big and competitive but this domain fails to fit as a generic for this sector. If your very lucky someone may feel its the perfect brand for their business but I doubt this will happen. It is near impossible to give a value based purely on brandables as we start talking about personal taste and how much the buyer needs the domain.
Stranger things have happened and you may get an end-user offer for xxxx but running a portfolio of brandables gets very expensive as they are tough to move. Can you hold this domain for 5+ years at the reg fee? multiple this by several 100 if you run a portfolio and then you have issues.
Brandable .com. Get it ranking for some key terms to realise its potential, otherwise just luck if someone decides that's their brand to be!
would agree, if you can get the domain to rank for a competitive term the domain becomes alot more attractive. The SERP position can become more valuable than the domain.
I think it's a good name, very descriptive, and good potential if you build a good site offering first time jobseekers good info.
3 words makes it challenging, but it is a .com which are the best that you could have. I really do not see much potential for this one because it is not something that many people would search for. Sorry
Separate names with a comma.