Discussion in 'Resources' started by domainking131, Jul 25, 2017.
That's a good guide! Obviously there are all sorts of exceptions, but it is great to have something to show non-domainers, to at least get them in the ballpark.
I'm surprised the new domain suffixes were valued as highly as they were. I can't imagine which ones would go for 7-10% of the .com version. Is it the adult suffix?
I'm all about inforgraphics. I appreciate your sharing.
I know the real percentage largely depends on the actual domain name, but I overall thought the .com alternatives like .net and .org would be valued closer to their .com equivalent. Did anyone else?
Never sold or tried to sell a .org, .co or .io but the .nets that I have sold have gone between 30-50% of the .com
This is a great guide. I have always wondered how domains worked when it came to price, and I've read up on it before, but I've never seen a guide this thorough.
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