Realistic Domain Calculator sites

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I have check out a few domain calculators and come up with various prices.
One site estimated my domain at $3,500 another 7,000 and the most outrageous was siteprice.org which priced it at $10,249.00

Here's the link to siteprice www.2ultra.com website worth is $ 10,251 which shows the price.

Is there any domain price calculator that is in the realm of reality?

or Can you give me a link to value my site properly?

Thank you in advance.

William
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  • Profile picture of the author Ant Marshall
    All sorts of factors come into it I believe, from when you first registered your domain, the links going back to it etc... If you have the domain Water.com Bottled Water | Delivery Service you still can't guarantee it's worth a lot in respects to a return on investment, value of the products within, but it's how much some one is ultimately willing to pay for it.
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    • Profile picture of the author khansaccounts
      Originally Posted by Ant Marshall View Post

      All sorts of factors come into it I believe, from when you first registered your domain, the links going back to it etc... If you have the domain Water.com Bottled Water | Delivery Service you still can't guarantee it's worth a lot in respects to a return on investment, value of the products within, but it's how much some one is ultimately willing to pay for it.
      I dont think so that with any tool we can analyze any site or domain cost. for the better cost of any domain there are many factors behind works and domin price may be high or low. first of all keyword of the domain. same keyword may be you will pay $10000 but i will not pay more than $10 its depends on the need. after that if the site has strong earning sources so it cost will be definately high otherwise will be low.
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  • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
    We've got a brand new (still in testing) valuation tool that we're working on that you might want to check out. As I said it's still new and we're tweaking it, but I'd love to hear your thoughts:

    How Much Is My Website Worth? Website Evaluation Tool - Empire Flippers
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Gordon
    None of the automated tools are going to be realistic measures.

    It is only worth what the market will bear. Is there some religious significance to the name that is not obvious to me?

    If not, I'm afraid the domain is pretty average and easily replaceable - in other words, worthless on the open market.

    Unless, of course, it is attracting a significant amount of free traffic or actual revenue (which it does not appear to be). You might get a little bump for the age of the domain as well.

    Barring any surprises, any valuation you get over $20 is going to be untrustworthy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Franklynn
    I think that Valuate.com gives values that are more in the realm of reality. Valuate gives a value of $1000 for your domain. You could also just post you name on some of the domain forums under "make an offer" and see what kind of offers come in for your domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author wentzco
    Valuate.com (uses domain appraisal algorithm from Estibot.com) can give overvalued & undervalued appraisals. I know one name I own has received an offer of 5x the Estibot/Valuate appraisal (human appraiser many years back said I shouldn't sell the name for under 10x that automated appraisal amount). I also have seen that automated appraisal fluctuate in the last few years. Automated appraisal systems are not accurate IMO.

    Posting names on domain name forums also won't be accurate either. Likely - you won't get any offers. Heck - even live auctions at Freemarket, Flippa, Sedo also won't provide true market value IMO as the proper buyers may not even know your name is for sale.

    Your domain name doesn't seem to have much value as Jack mentioned... but then again sometimes a buyer must have a name. We see that every week with reported sales at DNJournal.com weekly domain sales listings. Many of those names that sell for several thousand dollars I wouldn't bother ever registering in the first place.

    The database hasn't been updated since last year but dnsaleprice.com does allow you to search "reported" domain sales from sources that have provided them info.

    I know someone who bought a domain where the winning auction bid (on eBay) reached only $5000 but they sold that domain for $500,000 later on (I won't say the name but it is a true 7-figure value name). So did the original auction determine the value was only $5000? Later selling price $500,000 accurate? 7-figure value as I feel?
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    • Profile picture of the author suggs
      Anything automatic can not give a realistic value for a domain name and any value you have been given should be taken with a pinch of salt.

      A domain is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, not a penny more/less
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  • Profile picture of the author bosanci28
    I never trust this automate stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author donnied79
    There are no automatic services that can give a realistic evaluation of a domain.
    Just experience can help you to understand the price range of a domain. But also the most experienced domainer can make wrong evaluations.
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  • Profile picture of the author aire
    lol calculator to find out what website is really worth? Doesn't exsit my friend.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicoli
    All calculators are rubbish. A Domain Name is worth as much as somebody will pay for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Suburu
    Personally I wouldn't listen to any website value calculator. I'd basically sell it priced this way..

    Yearly income x 2.5

    That seems fair, especially if the purchaser has the potential to increase the websites growth.
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  • Profile picture of the author kiwilx
    For Only domains then check out valuate.com and estibot.com
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  • Profile picture of the author neteater
    but what is use of domain value calculator site, i never get to know, imo most webmaster use it only for their satisfaction that they own something valuable,
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  • Profile picture of the author pawandave
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    Site price evaluate site not domain. For domain only two that consider good and professiona is estibot.com and valuate.com. here is some restriction for free member but you can bypass by deleting cookie.
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