How Much Would You Pay For The Domain

February 1, 2007 by  

Probably not much but with the right buyer, the sell price could likely fetch higher than the price I paid for which was US8.88.

While it didn’t have a high Page Rank nor many backlinks to show off, the descriptive, short and easy to remember name should justify a value proposition to interested buyers.

I used to own that domain and somehow I let it expired after my project came to an end. It didn’t cross my mind to market it actively or setup a “Buy This Domain” parking page and wait for interested buyers to suggest a price.

According to, the automated domain name appraisal service, has an estimated value of US1,075.00. However since this value is derived from several factors including the ever changing search engine results, it’s speculative and shouldn’t be taken seriously.

Interestingly, another domain appraisal service at SwiftAppraisal estimated the value of sell-software to be between US2,800 to US4,200.

Obviously this estimated value varies depending on what I entered during the evaluation process.

But one thing for sure, this domain should be worth more that US8.88


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Comment by Joneh
2007-02-01 02:43:26

thats cool. thats like how many percent leap bound profit. thats totally worth it. It will come up even more. hold it.

Comment by Wahlau.NET
2007-02-01 20:36:45

pretty good..but in search engine people would actually type “buy software” rather than sell.

Comment by Gaman
2007-02-01 20:45:46

True, nevertheless this domain probably attracts vendors or software developers rather than of buyers

Comment by Moses Francis
2007-02-02 06:52:08

quite a good name, a pity it has expired.
i got an appraisal of $70,000 ~ 100,000 for bloggersprofile dot com

how i wish! 😛

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