(This is a long post however if you think you have a valuable domain well worth the read)
I think you will agree with me when I say:
It can be VERY difficult to determine the correct domain valuation range for most domain names. The last thing you want to do is leave money on the table when selling your domain.
Or is it?
Well if you understand these key elements of domain valuation you can increase your return on investment by multiples.
In today’s post, I am going to review several factors that impact the value of your domain.
In the domain community, we use examples to draw similarities to real estate, coins, art, advertising (etc…) to help buyers and sellers understand the value and market for domain names.
For example, a premium domain is like owning the marque property on Broadway in New York City because of how it connects to consumers and search intent. A bad domain is like putting a 1,000,000-square foot shopping mall in Jay Oklahoma.
But, you can buy property in Jay Oklahoma for next to nothing. Why not...