How much you would pay for this keyword?

by carzan
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buyingaland.com (for exact domain name type-in traffic).

18,100 local searches / $1.19 CPC / Low competition

Real Estate and/or automotive and/or foreign expression niche (3 words, 11 letters)

I'll be selling it in other place and I want to have some idea to put my price tag.

Thanks

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  • Profile picture of the author jt808
    It depends if those are exact matches or if they are broad matches

    If they are exact matches then I would guess that domain would be worth at least 100k

    If they are broad matches, then maybe a few hundred dollars at best.

    JT
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    • Profile picture of the author carzan
      Originally Posted by jt808 View Post

      It depends if those are exact matches or if they are broad matches

      If they are exact matches then I would guess that domain would be worth at least 100k

      If they are broad matches, then maybe a few hundred dollars at best.

      JT
      broad matches
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      • Profile picture of the author carzan
        18K+ local searches, broad matches
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  • Profile picture of the author Jake Howard
    Am i Missing Something here? What are the Keywords / Domains?
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    • Profile picture of the author carzan
      Originally Posted by Jake Howard View Post

      Am i Missing Something here? What are the Keywords / Domains?
      Sorry, the keyword/domain is buyingaland.com.
      Please take a look again.
      Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    This is a question which is not easy to answer, it would depend on what kind of site someone wants to make...also on existing competition.

    I am sure i could come up with a list of zillions of good KWs, like "villas in XXXX", "rentals in XYZ" etc..... but i probably would not use such a domain to make an Adsense site. Reason being that Google would very, very likely favor a "real" site which offers real estate listings - over some Adsense sites with only some Articles.

    But if i were to make a full blown real estate site...then it would be interesting, provided the KW would be a good one. (18k/month is not too exciting for me personally...thats not a lot...)
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    • Profile picture of the author carzan
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      This is a question which is not easy to answer, it would depend on what kind of site someone wants to make...also on existing competition.

      I am sure i could come up with a list of zillions of good KWs, like "villas in XXXX", "rentals in XYZ" etc..... but i probably would not use such a domain to make an Adsense site. Reason being that Google would very, very likely favor a "real" site which offers real estate listings - over some Adsense sites with only some Articles.

      But if i were to make a full blown real estate site...then it would be interesting, provided the KW would be a good one. (18k/month is not too exciting for me personally...thats not a lot...)
      Sorry, the keyword/domain is (buyingaland.com), please take a look again. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author CoolCaesar
    That's a great domain name .. If I were you I wouldn't sell it ..

    I would create a website first and build a successful business ..

    Then sell it on flippa for the price of a Lamborghini
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    • Profile picture of the author carzan
      Originally Posted by CoolCaesar View Post

      That's a great domain name .. If I were you I wouldn't sell it ..

      I would create a website first and build a successful business ..

      Then sell it on flippa for the price of a Lamborghini

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      That's the problem, I have no idea on how to develop this domain name...maybe I can partner safely with someone wanting to do it?

      I'm open to all proposals
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  • Profile picture of the author JoshuaZamora
    Hey man. I just did some quick research and the keyword "buying a land" only gets 46 EXACT local searches so it's worth nothing. UNLESS you want to target "buy land" or "buying land" which get 1.300 exact local searches then it makes sense to try and rank for those keywords.

    Your site ranks first for exact keywords and as you get some authority you start ranking for phrase and broad keywords.

    But there are other factors to consider like the competition of the top 10 results for those keywords and how many backlinks they have.

    Also making sure you can put quality original content on your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author V92
    if you were wanting to sell the domain name itself, its appraisal value is 340 dollars so you could sell it around their.
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  • Profile picture of the author Peter Clark
    The site isn't worth anything.

    /Thread.
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    • Profile picture of the author Canuckystan
      Look, sometimes you have to put aside all the SEO stuff and use common sense. The domain is not even grammatical - "buying a land" is never used by anyone and sounds terribly awkward. And people "buy land" in specific locations - that name is just too general. If I want to buy land in Alaska, I'll look for a site listing land in Alaska.

      For those reasons in my opinion, it is worthless.
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  • Profile picture of the author website12
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    I would say 5$.
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  • Profile picture of the author SPC
    Its not catchy and I have no idea what it would be about if I were to click on it. Sry prob worth 11.97
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    • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
      Like 200 bucks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      The only place I can find people using the phrase "buying a land" is in articles where it is very clear that the author's first language is not English.

      So, if it has some appeal to potential land buyers whose first language is not English, then it may have some value. But, since, as someone said, it gets only 46 exact searches, it's not going to be worth much.

      Plus, if someone does a search in Google for "buying a land" (without the quotes), Google is going to ignore the "a" and return results for buying land.

      Possibly the only buyer will be someone whose first language is not English, who thinks that "buying a land" will be a profitable keyword. What they might be willing to spend is anyone's guess.

      But, for most domain buyers, they will simply pass this one by.

      Apparently, you recently bought this domain. I think you can see now why it was available for registration.
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      • Profile picture of the author SEOexpertSEO
        Originally Posted by Dan C. Rinnert View Post

        The only place I can find people using the phrase "buying a land" is in articles where it is very clear that the author's first language is not English.

        So, if it has some appeal to potential land buyers whose first language is not English, then it may have some value. But, since, as someone said, it gets only 46 exact searches, it's not going to be worth much.

        Plus, if someone does a search in Google for "buying a land" (without the quotes), Google is going to ignore the "a" and return results for buying land.

        Possibly the only buyer will be someone whose first language is not English, who thinks that "buying a land" will be a profitable keyword. What they might be willing to spend is anyone's guess.

        But, for most domain buyers, they will simply pass this one by.

        Apparently, you recently bought this domain. I think you can see now why it was available for registration.
        LOL Hey everybody "Buying a Land" is for sale. So is "teething your dentist"
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        • Profile picture of the author carzan
          Originally Posted by SEOexpertSEO View Post

          LOL Hey everybody "Buying a Land" is for sale. So is "teething your dentist"

          Yes, but "teething your dentist" does not have 18K+ searches per month like "buying a land" has...
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          • Profile picture of the author gburke1
            Buying a land does not have 18,000 searches... that is broad match which doesn't mean anything.

            Broad Match is completely different.

            Only 46 people type in "buying a land" every month.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    I'll give you $0.87 (ca$h) for the domain + site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dubturbo
    iCloud.com sold for 4.5 Million. Who knew? I knew I should have bought that back when I was like 10.
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  • Profile picture of the author axus_auto
    Broad match is too broad

    In IM, only exact match means something.
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