Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by hutchbat, Mar 19, 2012.
Does this one have any value ?
Any thoughts please ?
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I'm new to all this so I won't price it as it would be a stab in the dark but the sale of the name, or if you did build a site it would be best aimed at the us market as " vacation" isn't a term often used in the UK.
thanks nova ! i'm wondering if it worthes any $$ without development
I cant see much if any value at all in it, as just a domain name, but i'm no expert.
On the face of it this domain does seem to hold some value (even with the hyphen) in .com.
I would spend an hour or two looking at all the stats for the term. then try to draw your own conclusions as to value or post-it for appraisal on an American orientated domain board.
Most are willing and indeed pretty good experts in giving off-the-shelf valuations on "English" terms on Acorn. But, it needs American eyeballs to give you a fair judgement on this one
Thank you, i'm just don't understand if i suppose to buy dot net and dot info domains with hyphen .. i found few names with over 50.000 exact search annd high CPC
Should i ??
NO -In general avoid hyphens outside of good country-level or .com.
(as a weird side note)
If you go to valuate.com, just to look at the cpc, and frequency. you also get to see a valuation that puts yours at a 5x multiplier to the non hyphenated.
Hutchbat - you sound pretty new to domains. there really is no easy short-cut to understanding the logic and processes at work in domains. Experience which will come depending on the work your willing to put in. Best of luck
I thought i can buid some good-keyword.info or good-keywork.net ( of course keywords with a lot of traffic and high CPC ) and rank them well.
So i think i'll be away from those domains ! i'm a professional web developer and i'm starting my freelance career ! and a passive income free frew websites will be great for me.
@Baily, @Nova, @Markb : Thank you very much for help
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