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Namoh

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I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post this here. I'm not trying to sell I'm just trying to figure out if anyone knows how to appraise domains more properly. I've tried the free online tools but I'm not sure how reliable they are. so I thought I'd ask here instead.

[URLnofo]http://webmasterzone.net[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://artofcode.org[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://pixlicity.com[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://codelicity.com[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://geeklicity.com[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://gamelicity.com[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://hostlicity.com[/URLnofo]
[URLnofo]http://iwarframe.com[/URLnofo] /net/org/info

I appreciate if anyone can help me out on figuring out correct pricing. I was thinking about using the GoDaddy domain auction service but I'm not sure how great it is.
 

Lex Koelewijn

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Figuring out the actual value of a domain is very tricky, seeing as what is worth will depend on what your buyer is willing to pay. A domainer, for example, would probably pay you less for a domain then a business who has its eye on one of your domains. The only automatic tool out there that can appraise domains accurately is estibot.com, so that's a tool I would like to recommend.

I have been domaining for quite some time and personally I would estimate that all of the above domain are worth approximately $10, but then again, there might be somebody out there who thinks that they're worth more. Hope it helps!
 

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Namoh
Alright, thank you for the help. I wasen't expecting much from them because I have nothing connected to them really, no traffic or anything they are just domains that I have purchased before but I might do something with the webmasterzone one before I later decide to sell it, we'll see.
 

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These names by themselves really wouldn't be worth much, if you develop a site on them then you might get a decent price but it's going to be a hard sell.

The top 2 would be you best chance of turning them into something after developed. If they were mine I would develop out the artofcode.org domain to perhaps a coding related forum or something else in the coding industry.

As for automated appraisals, none are worth anything and anyone that has been in the domain investing/domaining industry will tell you that as well. Those automated appraisals will only matter to people who don't know about domains as they think that they mean something, but they don't. Talk to a serious domainer and mention an automated appraisal site and they will right you off as someone who doesn't know much about domains. I've been in the domain world since the 90's and it can be a cold and harsh field, especially some of the people that you would be dealing with.

GoDaddy auctions would probably be your best bet if you wanted to sell these since they have a lot of first time buyers and you'd probably have your best chance of turning a profit there over the other domain selling sites.
 
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Alright, guess I got to figure out what road to take, either sell as is and not earn a lot, put on GoDaddy auctions or create something with the top two domains.
 
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You know, thinking about it webmasterzone would be a nice name for a blog that covered different webmaster related topics. Things like SEO, Web design, web development and so on. Create lots of useful informational posts for webmasters. I've been thinking about doing one for years, but just have way too many things going on to do it.

Anyway, good luck. :)
 

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I have 500+ domains and had 1000's over last 20 years. I will tell you to drop all of these and do some reading. Webmasterzone is best of bad bunch and is a brand which makes it useless up against the dot com. If you had generic keywords you could consider dot net. Even the owner of webmasterzone doesn't need it and is your only potential buyer.

I have webmastercafe dot com and webmaster dot cafe if i am offered webmaster cafe dot net i have no interest. the other xxxxlicity brands are awkward sounding to be considered great as brands. I can not appraise these names above registration fee others may like them but I wouldn't buy to resell.
 
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