Great Veternarian Domain Name – DoggyVet.com for Sale

If you a Vetenarian or Doctory of Veterinary Medicine, you won’t find a better domain name to manage your online business than DoggyVet.com.  This excellent two-word dot com domain name is being offered by DCDomainNames.com for only $149

Easily worth $1,000 or more, this outstanding domain name for veternarian’s is another great example of what we mean when we say we sell premimum domains at discount prices. 

When you consider purchasing this domain name for your veternarian business, please keep in mind the following excellent attributes of this domain name:  (1) Easy to pronounce, (2) Easy to spell,  (3) Only 2 words, (4) Dot Com name extension, (5) Common phrase used to describe a veternarian, and (6)  doggy vet” is a search phrase.

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Keywords:  Veternarian, veterinary medicine, vet, dog doctor, doggy doctor, animal doctor, veterinary business

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CyberFreelancers.com Domain Name for Sale!

CyberFreelancers.com- a fantastic 2-word dot com domain name is for sale at the unheard of price of $99.  This is a fixed non-negotiable price.  There’s no need for negotiation.  This domain name will easily appraise for high 3-figures to low 4-figures.  For the right company, CyberFreelancers.com is worth $10,000 or more.

Consider the meaning of the domain name itself — i.e., cyber freelancers.  All freelance sites on the Internet, whether eLance.com, GetaFreelancer.com or others, are in business for one reason — to match cyber freelancers with individuals and companies in need of freelancers to design websites, program scripts and software, create logos, provide proofreading, copyrighting, article writing, ebook creation, and much more.  The common link — providing freelance services that can be conducted online or electronically.

Thus, can you think of a better domain name for a freelance matching service?  I sure can’t.  You can purchase CyberFreelancers.com now, before someone else snatches it up.  I don’t expect this domain name to last for long.  I accept payment via Paypal and transfer the domain name freely to your Godaddy. com account.  If you don’t have a Godaddy.com domain name account, visit Godaddy.com now and set one up for free.  When you send payment, be sure and include your Godaddy account number and the email address you use for your Godaddy.com account.

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RVRental.com Sold for $325,000

Can you believe this domain name value. Just when every newspaper you pick up reminds us we’re in a recession, along comes a domain name sale like this one to remind us that America is truly the land of golden opportunities, big money and entrepreneural spirit. For, despite a sharp slowdown in RV sales as a result of the recession and job layoffs, the owner of this domain chose to sell and landed a great price in what turned out to be a private sale.

Two other great domain names that went for big bucks were the 2-letter wonders of YB.com and BJ.com. YB.com sold on Sedo for $125,000, while BJ.com went in Moniker’s live auction for $200,000. Who says no BJ is worth six-figures. (Sorry, but I couldn’t help myself).

Nothing big has been announced other than these 3 over the past week. Still leading the pack for 2008 is the sale of Fund.com which went for $9,999,950 in a private sale back in March. This price is much higher than the 1999 sale of Business.com for $7.5 million, which later turned out to be a $2 million dollar sale after the value of the illiquid Internet incubator and buyer of the domain, eCompanies, was recalculated in 2004.

Printer.com Sells for $800,000 in Private Sale

Two powerhouse domains sold in the past week. Printer.com sold for $800,000 in a private sale, while Affiliate.com sold for a whopping $579,000 on Moniker. Both domain names have the potential to become e-commerce powerhouses. It’s rather obvious that Printer.com will sell printing services online, a huge market with lots of upside potential.

Affiliate.com could either be used by an affiliate software or affiliate program management company, competing against the likes of a Commission Junction, for example. Or, Affliliate viagra coupon free.com could be used as a giant web portal that matches potential affiliates with companies having their own affliate program. If they go this route they will more than likely end up pushing work from home Internet entrepreneurs that have ruled this segment of the affiliate business for a long time.

In a time-sensitive sale of a domain related to the upcoming presidential election, the domain name Electoral.com sold for $8,700 on Sedo. It seems like a rather disappointing sales price for a single dictionary word domain name, but when you think of how infrequent the subject comes into play and how difficult it would be to monetize this domain name, perhaps not.

Lastly, the 2-letter domain name OD.com sold on Sedo.com for $220,000, while Weddings.org was sold in a private sale for $34,500.

The Key to Earning Top Dollar for Your Domain Name

Without a doubt, domain names are typically worth much more than what they normally sell for over 95% of the time. I have no scientific or statistical data to back up this statement, but if I’m off on my 95% estimate, its because its even higher, not lower. I know because I’ve been at this game for a while, make thousands of observations, and sold and bought domain names on multiple forums. I’ll offer the following observations and examples to demonstrate why I believe this to be true.

To demonstrate what I’m talking about, let’s consider as examples a few domains of my own, as well as some recent domain name sales on Sedo.com. Among some of the great domain names I own, ones I particularly like that I feel are valuable include: CashJackpot.com, InternetHighSchool.com, eSalesman.com and URL1.com. I own many that are better and more valuable, but these are three that quickly come to mind to prove my point. Of the four, I’ve only attempted to sell one of them in the past — CashJackpot.com. I placed it on Sedo a couple of years ago and it drew several offers over the 3-month period I parked it at Sedo. But all the offers ranged from $500 to $1,500 — far less than the true market value of this domain, which could be used to promote a casino, gambling, a lotto or lottery, etc. None of the offers I received were from people willing to negotiate higher.

I am the original domain owner of all 4 of these domains and have renewed them every year since buying them several years ago. Given the success of online education and high schools offering courses online, one would think that InternetHighSchool would be of value to any number of educational companies or institutions wanting to offer GED curriculums or online high school courses. So how many offers have I received for this memorable domain name and search phrase. Precisely — NONE!

eSalesman.com is a great domain name that could be used as a portal for people interested in Internet marketing and sales, a community site that focuses on people who sell online, etc. It could even become a new dictionary word in the future to label anyone who does business online. So how many offers have I received for this domain over the course of years I’ve owned it? Precisely — NONE!

URL1.com can be viewed in two lights. One could view is as not worth more than $200 or $300 because its (1) 4 letters, and (2) is not all letters, but instead is a mixture of numbers and letters. However, one could also place a very high value on having it because of its brandablity and marketability. URL1 could literally be marketed and advertised as the “Number 1 address on the Internet.” It will always have sites linking into the domain name because hundreds of sites that offer information to webmasters and web users, often use in as an online example, URL1 and URL2 when comparing one site verus another, or explaning how to install or point software on one site versus another.

So how many offers have I received for URL1.com since I first registered it 10 years ago? Precisely — NONE!

Now what do all 4 of these domains have in common? The answer is this — with the short-lived exception of trying to sell CashJackpot.com on Sedo for a very brief period, all 4 of these domains have not been promoted as being “for sale.” That is, I have not tried to market them. But if I did choose to market them, I would need to spend a little time developing a plan and strategy on how, where and how long I would promote them to increase the chance of selling them for something approaching their true value.

The Key to earning top dollor for your domain names is in finding and getting matched with the right buyer. For what a domain name is worth to one person is very different to what it is worth for someone else. Getting exposed to the right group of prospects and ultimately finding the perfect match for a buyer is not as easy as it might sound. But when you do luck up and get exposed to the right buyer at the right time, the outcome is always a high sales price that will surprise most people.

To offer proof of this acclamation, consider 2 very recent sales on Sedo.com for HandyDude.com and BuilderZone.com. I can assure you from my personal experience in selling domain names on Ebay, that neither one of these domains would sell for over $50 on Ebay. In fact, if I had to guess, I would say that depending on time of day, length of auction and the prices you normally see domains sold for on Ebay, these 2 domains would have sold for no more than $50 on Ebay, and more likely would sell somewhere between $8 and $30. But because of the greater exposure they received on Sedo after they got their initial bids, and because the right buyer happened to come along while the domains were still for sale, the actual selling prices for thee two domain names was: $1,800 for HandyDude.com and $5,800 for BuilderZone.com. The sales prices for both shocked me, but without a doubt they are classic examples of being at the right place at the right time.

The moral of this story is this: If you own a valuable domain name, you really need to promote it and get all the exposure you can for it before you start pushing to sell it and before you can hope to get a price something close to the true value of the domain.