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.com sold for $11,000 now I want to sell .net...estibot=$1200...Someone offered $500

Discussion in 'Appraisals' started by passionplux, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. #1
    Hi guys,

    myfreefilehosting.com sold for $11,000. Now I want to sell myfreefilehosting.net. Some guy has just offered to pay $500 but my guts tells me nothing less than a $1000.

    What do you guys think?
    SEMrush
     
    passionplux, Mar 29, 2011 IP
    SEMrush
  2. hmansfield

    hmansfield Guest

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    I would have sold it already for $500.
     
    hmansfield, Mar 29, 2011 IP
  3. holographics

    holographics Peon

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    Tell him 1k. Then he says 600, you say 900, he says 700, you say 850, he says 750, you shake on 8 hundi : )
     
    holographics, Mar 29, 2011 IP
  4. Just Jump

    Just Jump Peon

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    Or when you say 1k he says fuck off.
     
    Just Jump, Mar 29, 2011 IP
  5. dice kid

    dice kid Active Member

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    Looooooooool
     
    dice kid, Mar 29, 2011 IP
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    ArticlePenguin Peon

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    #6
    dont get too greedy, feel him out and see how he reacts to a 1000 buck offer
     
    ArticlePenguin, Mar 29, 2011 IP
  7. Bock

    Bock Active Member

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    #7
    I think you should sell it for 1000$ :)

    Domain looks great!
     
    Bock, Mar 29, 2011 IP
  8. mirul

    mirul Active Member

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    Take the $500 and run! :p
     
    mirul, Mar 30, 2011 IP
  9. passionplux

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    #9
    Thanks Guys...... I got an offer of $900 But I am keeping this for
    a while . I got 10 offers so far but $900 has been the highest.

    Once again tnx guys. A PRO told me I should not sell for nothing
    less than $1,500

    Don't want to be too greedy though but am not in rush to off load this
    one .

    Remember , .com went for $11k
     
    passionplux, Mar 31, 2011 IP
  10. successpills

    successpills Peon

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    #10
    I think the name is Cool.
    I will advice you to give
    $1000 a shot.

    You can definitely sell
    this for a $1000
     
    successpills, Mar 31, 2011 IP
  11. hmansfield

    hmansfield Guest

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    #11
    A lot of times domain sales are impulses. There's nothing that say's myfreefilehosting.com was even worth the sales price, just that there was one person willing to pay it.
    If you hold it too long based on the sale of another domain, you may find yourself with nothing in a few weeks.
    IOW, you only paid $10. Strike while the iron is hot. It's hot today. Next month's buyer may look at you as if you are nuts if you ask for even $200.
    There is nothing that says interest in this domain will last just because another sold for a decent price one day.
     
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  12. holographics

    holographics Peon

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    Counter with 930, take it and run like the wind ; )
     
    holographics, Mar 31, 2011 IP
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    gyahoo Well-Known Member

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    #13
    i dont think $500 is a bad offer for this domain.. Try to make it up to $600-700 :p if he dont agree then sell... and run as mirul said :D
     
    gyahoo, Mar 31, 2011 IP
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    #14
    Sorry guys, I don't want to hijack this thread; anyone's interested to buy freefilehosting.info ?

    Average Cost Per Click: $4.53 USD
    Average Ad Competition: 0

    Epik Appraisal Value: $1,242
    http://appraise.epik.com/freefilehosting.info

    PS. Passionplux, Good luck with your sale!
     
    StephenRox, Apr 1, 2011 IP
  15. holographics

    holographics Peon

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    #15
    Perhaps you two could trade. Your domains appear to have similar value ; )
     
    holographics, Apr 1, 2011 IP
  16. rdthewall

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    #16
    Lolllllllllll!


    @TS,
    I would counter the $900 offer with $999 and then accept whatever the bidder adds to $900.
     
    rdthewall, Apr 3, 2011 IP
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    cerno Well-Known Member

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    #17
    You should sell your .net now while you have interest due to the .com sale.

    The buyer's making offers are confused, the actual intrinsic value of your .net domain is actually falling now because a good chunk of any benefits from content or advertising you invest in will accrue to the .com domain owner. The more you or any buyer try to promote the .net domain the more the .com domain owner benefits. A .net isn't going to get any traffic from the .com name recognition, if someone remembers the domain name from efforts on the .net, half of the traffic will go to the .com and if there is a site there they keep the traffic. Only when the .com is empty is there a chance the person will keep looking and find the .net. Anyone would be better off buying a .com of their own where they get all the returns of their investments.

    Sell why you can, that is my opinion.
     
    cerno, Apr 3, 2011 IP
  18. krzy

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    @TS, so what's up? For how much you sold it? :D Srsly, if someone offers you 900$ for that domain, take the money!
    I sold bid88.com for 200$, but I had no idea why buyer was paying so much, so I just gave him.
     
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    jakomo Well-Known Member

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    #19
    wow! 11K is too much for something like that, this is a very easy domain, well how knows :)
     
    jakomo, Apr 3, 2011 IP
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    #20
    500 is good, as the site has no PR :(
     
    drewtoby, Apr 3, 2011 IP