What would you pay for

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If you could get a domain that gets about
1900 exact
8100 phrase
33,000 broad
searches per month in the credit card industry.

You could sell leads from it to merchant account vendors and run adsence plus other affiliate marketing.
This is not the easiest domain to rank but it is a dead on keyword match for a nice term. IMO in the top 10 Credit Card Merchant account search terms.

The domain is 13 years old, currently ranked in Google.

Using several domain appraisal system it come in 8K to 18K. You also know the person selling it paid about $8500 over a year ago and just has not done any thing with it.

If you had money to burn, a lot of it, what would you pay for such a domain or recommend another to pay for it?

Thanks for your input,

Airborne
Kevin
#adsence #affiliate marketing #domain worth #pay
  • Profile picture of the author Gambino
    Originally Posted by bydomino View Post

    You also know the person selling it paid about $8500 over a year ago and just has not done any thing with it.

    If you had money to burn, a lot of it, what would you pay for such a domain or recommend another to pay for it?
    none of what I quoted would matter to me. If I know someone who paid $50 for a bottle of water, would I pay $50 for it? No. I'd find it for 99 cents.

    Even if I had a million dollars to burn, you don't become/stay wealthy throwing money away and overspending just because.

    Im not I'm the credit niche, and don't plan to be. But it's impossible to evaluate a domain without knowing what it is. You don't even mention if it's a .com.

    I would guesstimate it somewhere around 2-3k, with the limited info and assuming its .com.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Greene
    If you have a lot of money, you should take care of them. But do not spend them in wrong places.
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  • Profile picture of the author susankends1012
    To pay some services like promoting a sites, bills, and personal expenses.It will be a great thing to know first in real estate. Thanks for the wonderful post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    It would depend on how much money it's making right now in real time.
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