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How to price a domain name effectively

by secretsocietymc / July 10, 2013 12:47 AM PDT

I am inquiring info from someone who is experienced in selling domain names. I have completed the appraisals for some of my domain names. Now that I have the appraisals... I am trying to determine the correct pricing for each. So for example... hypothetically speaking... If a domain name is appraising for $10,000.00 Should I be selling at that price? I do understand that they will be earning revenue as well... So I'm thinking I should be selling at a higher rate than the appraisal. Any help anyone can provide would be helpful.

Thank you in advance. Happy

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So is it effectively or correct?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 10, 2013 1:08 AM PDT

In the sale of any product the effective price is one where you see the product move and it generates a profit. However if you have a single item then the effective price is a little different. You can price it a little higher and then cut a deal later.

If the domain is not generating revenue today then it's unlikely to be factored into the price. This could upset those folk that sell domain names.
Bob

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Domain Pricing
by secretsocietymc / July 10, 2013 2:51 AM PDT

So does that mean I should be offering the price at the appraisal? and then negotiate from there?

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The seller retains that right.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 10, 2013 2:54 AM PDT
In reply to: Domain Pricing

And it's their choice to part with it or not.

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