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Video: Mastering Aftermarket Appraisals @ NamesCon

Watch the full session of NamesCon’s Mastering Aftermarket Appraisals session, and learn a number of perspectives from domain industry professional of how to accurately appraise and evaluate domain names to sell or purchase.   The post Video: Mastering Aftermarket Appraisals @ NamesCon appeared first on TheDomains.com.

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NamesCon Day Three Explores Crypto and Domaining Intersection

Day’s One and Two are down in the books, and NamesCon Day Three is up to bat. Full steam ahead did the third day lead off with a Domain Name Industry Drivers keynote given by Verisign’s Scott Schnell. Scott discussed and expressed thoughts around a number of items, one being the likely resurgence of .net […]

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#Estibot : New beta version of #domain #valuation tools looks awesome!

Estibot is widely referenced among domain investors for its domain valuation tool, which has improved over the years. While automated domain pricing tools aren’t perfect, Estibot is constantly adjusting its value assessment algorithms. It seems that it was about time for some visual improvements as well; a beta version of Estibot includes new brand colors, […]

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Godaddy releases domain name appraisal tool to the public

New appraisal tool will give you a free and quick domain name appraisal. GoDaddy has made its much-improved automated domain name valuation tool available to the public. The beta tool allows anyone to enter a domain name and receive an instant appraisal that includes some supporting data. For example, when I entered my domain name […]

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Markmonitor : Corporate guide to acquiring domain names

A white paper by Markmonitor reveals the recommended corporate approach to domain name acquisition. Titled, “Assessing the Value of a Domain,” this white paper attempts to define the necessary steps, in order to acquire domains necessary to one’s brand strategy. “Have you ever wanted to register a domain only to find that it is already […]

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Domainer chutzpah : Give me $50 to give you a domain price quote

When it comes down to responding to domain inquiries, nothing beats the Telepathy.com requirement of a $19 dollar payment. At least, Telepathy has all this streamlined and automated, and it possesses a top notch domain portfolio. An unnamed domain owner is now seeking to cash in on this trend, asking for $50 dollars per price […]

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So $1,999 for 83.com anyone ?

With the help of Josh (legendaryJP) we confirmed that Diana Pitcher did sell DWN.com for 2,999 Euros, this was the suggested price she received when adding her name to Sedo. Domain investors know to skip these suggestions, some use them for comic fodder. But there are real consequences for the rest of the public who […]

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MotorcycleHelmets.com sold by GoDaddy – A look back at the previous negotiation

Michael Berkens purchased MotorcycleHelmets.com back in 2010, and it looks like GoDaddy/Namefind just sold the domain to a buyer using privacy protection at Name.com. The domain was bought in January 2010 at the TRAFFIC Las Vegas Auction. The domain was actually listed with a $50K reserve but immediately after it didn’t meet reserve Mike asked […]

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GoDaddy builds a new (and better) domain valuation tool

New tool is limited for now, but may become available to customers in the future. GoDaddy rolled out a domain name valuation tool four years ago that offered free domain name appraisals. It was, to put it mildly, underwhelming. a In May of this year, GoDaddy got serious about domain name valuation. It’s about to […]

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From PenguinSex.com to Harbor.com – Readers Shared Their Top Domains

So we did something last week that TheDomains had never done in it’s 9 year existence. We let the readers take over and tell everyone what their best name was and how much they wanted for it. People had the opportunity to post their true thoughts without worry about being bashed. I probably deleted/did not […]

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