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FoxGrid.com, Ticklish.me, Draked.com

Discussion in 'Appraisals' started by Olaenfjord, Mar 23, 2012.

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    Hi Folks!

    I'd appreciate appraisals on these domains:

    FoxGrid.com
    Ticklish.me
    Draked.com

    In case you have no idea: do you think any would qualify for premium auctions at sedo?

    Thanks! (please also check out my Slotyacht.com appraisal thread)

    Tim
     
    Olaenfjord, Mar 23, 2012 IP
  2. CuBeGroup

    CuBeGroup Member

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    Well going on previous sale prices on similar domains:

    FoxGrid.com: $250
    Ticklish.me: $50
    Draked.com: $100

    None of those domains would qualify for a premium auction in our opinion. However, you could still ask. If they don't then just list it yourself in the marketplace.
     
    CuBeGroup, Mar 26, 2012 IP
  3. Olaenfjord

    Olaenfjord Greenhorn

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    Thanks again CuBeGroup. While naming my business I was in a wordy mood and started speculating on unregistered web domains. Nice to see that my reg fee may not be completely waisted!
     
    Olaenfjord, Mar 26, 2012 IP
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    Olaenfjord Greenhorn

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    FYI one domain did qualify for a premium auction: Draked.com.

    However, it only qualifies if I set the reserve price to zero (i.e. $100).

    Anyone have opinions/data on premium auctioning vs. marketplace auctioning (e.g. does a premium auction encourage irrational humans like me to make premium bids)?
    I'd only premium-auction it if I expected people to bid over $100.

    Thanks in advance.


     
    Olaenfjord, Mar 26, 2012 IP
  5. CuBeGroup

    CuBeGroup Member

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    Draked was the most likely, but you can see that it's not going to be the biggest sale. You never know if it's the right price, we've just sold a domain we and others (sedo included) valued for a client at $500 for $5,000. Well people who are scanning the premium auctions are looking to buy, they've got the cash ready and although have a business head will usually pay a bit more than marketplace listings. So a premium won't really harm you, but don't forget that when people click on it they can try and submit an extraordinarily low bid, i.e. $1, and then Sedo says they have to submit a bid above $100 in your case. So they will know this is if they do it.
     
    CuBeGroup, Mar 27, 2012 IP
  6. Olaenfjord

    Olaenfjord Greenhorn

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    Thanks for the tips! I think I'll give the premium auction a shot.
     
    Olaenfjord, Mar 29, 2012 IP
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    CuBeGroup says that Ticklish.me is $50
    What if it was Tickling.me what would it be worth?
     
    doctor-ray, Apr 6, 2012 IP
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    @doctor-ray

    What we've given is a reseller price thus tickling.me is going to be roughly the same. If you found an end-user, someone use looking to buy it for a use, then you could get a lot more. However, to get an idea of end-user value you would want to get it appraised by a brokerage firm.

    Thanks.
     
    CuBeGroup, Apr 6, 2012 IP