Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by wb, May 14, 2010.
Domain removed from post. Thanks for the replies.
£600 to £800 end user value
This is a strong and brandable name, I would probably extol its virtues and go back to them with an ask of £695. Personally I would be looking to sell above £450. I don't think it will be that easy to sell the domain above £600 in this particular sector, as I don't feel the domain is that essential to gaining new business, so I'd be fine with £450 or above. I'm sure these people charge enough for their time, so don't be afraid to ask for more if you want to ...
Just my own view, hope it helps.
Depends on who approached you how and why? And your situation…. But any form of counselling professional or otherwise would be charging £40 + per hour recent films and TV programs (wikipedia the word) would indicate more social acceptance of the subject also as the owner could defiantly maximise online consultations.Just think a set up simple yes no answer questionnaire and send out automated replies based on answers…
I personally would be looking for at least 1.5 k and would start probably around 2500 the .net sold in 08 $800 and for a UK based company .co.uk would be much more valued… Some of the people mentioned in wikipedia try all them,Those who already advertise on search engine etc make them all aware it’s for sale? Or offer to rent or lease it.
Thanks for the replies, countered asking for a four figure offer. Will market this name in the summer once to others when I have more time.
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OK, good luck with the sale. I guess ask prices always depend on how quickly you want to sell. When I took a look on domainprices.co.uk I didn't see that many closely related sales, but it is a strong name so it's probably worth waiting and marketing it properly.
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