Free human based domain name appraisers?


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I have a few domain names I want to sell but have no idea how much I can get from each. I am too cheap to pay $30 to Sedo or AfterNic for their appraisal service. I also don't want to use the automated ones which depend on Google PR, back links.. etc.

So are there free services which give free appraisals from volunteers who know a thing or two about domain names? Kinda like a crowd sourcing service.

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asked Jul 17 '10 at 09:40
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Tony Henrich
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Go to forums.digitalpoint.com. There's a message board where people will give you ideas as to what your domains are worth. It's not an official appraisal, but they're pretty good and giving ballpark figures.

Note: Unfortunately, most domains aren't worth as much as people think.

answered Jul 19 '10 at 22:53
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Steampunk
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Professional web developer here: most domains are worth next to nothing. The ones that are worth something:

  • Are single, common words related to a very active sales market (baby.com, cars.com, etc)
...or...

  • Have established histories, so there are old links and existing page rank lying around to give a sizable head start in building something new, or better yet, continuing the old (with the already-established community).
If neither of those describe your domain, it is worth $10 or less. (I'll bump to $25 if it is unusually cute and you find the just right buyer.)
answered Nov 14 '10 at 14:55
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Hedge Mage
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  • You are wrong. Domain price is the price you can negotiate with the previous owner. Those domains that can be purchased for $10 a mostly worthless. There are 1 word domains, and many 2-3 word domains that are useful for doing online business. – Ross 8 years ago

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Knowledgeable people rarely do some work for free. You can use estibot. It basically use ML algorithms trained on historical data collected from auctions to estimate the domain price.

Edit: I forgot to add, that you can use some of the popular domain name forums. For example dnforum.com have Appraisal section.

answered Oct 14 '10 at 16:39
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Ross
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