18 February 2013

Appraising A Brandable Domain Name

Domaining MBA Monday: How Do You Appraise A Brandable Domain Name? | Morgan Linton: "You might not be happy with the answer but like I said above, there is no magic formula for appraising brandable domains, instead it all comes down to the buyer and the seller. If you are selling a domain, do your homework and really understand who the buyer is. If you are the buyer, get to know the seller, see if you can find what range they typically sell in and make a deal that is meaningful to them. Last but certainly not least, remember, every deal is different just like every domain is different. You aren’t selling houses. You can’t look at what the median price in a particular neighborhood is because every domain is different. The most valuable thing you can do is really take a deep dive and get to know who you are doing a deal with because at the end of the day it’s all about the people, not the domains."

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