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First question I have is How do I point my geocities.com web site after I buy a domain from 123 reg.com? Looking forward for any answer or 2. My 2nd question... Http://domainaftermarket.godaddy.com...d-49f44e1acfec.

I purchased a certified appraisal for nw-fla.com. I am curious if I can really sell it for that much (I am not looking for an appraisal, I am looking for an opinion on how accurate 123 reg is when it comes to certified appraisals)?..

Comments (14)

Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably know..

Comment #1

Just for the heck of it, I'm going to order sedo's appraisal service so one of these admins on the site will let me sell it in the high-value section. We all know Godaddy's express appraisal sucks by the way, and that's why I ordered the certified one (which, appearently, is not enough evidence to support that my HostGator is worth $1000 or above)...

Comment #2

Let's see what SEDO says. I've just received GoDaddy's certified appraisal for iPro.biz:.

Https://domainaftermarket.godaddy.co...1-d5cfebbfdb97.

$440.00 - $1,140.00.

I have put it on TDNAM with a sales price in the amount of $1,100. I'm very curious if there will be any offers..

Cheers!..

Comment #3

I see - is that due to TDNAM or because the HostGator is overpriced?.

Thanks!..

Comment #4

Congrats, newbie...GoDaddy loves you and your money..

Lots of good advice coming your way if you would heed it...

Comment #5

Thank god I found this forum - otherwise I would have made Mr. Parsons even richer. Another lesson learned!..

Comment #6

Both. TDNAM is not the idea end-user market place. And yes, the HostGator is overpriced. I personally wouldnt buy that HostGator for registration fee...

Comment #7

I see, I'll try SEDO for a change. It's interesting to finally get some feedback from a real person rather than from GD's appraisal e-mails:-)..

Comment #8

Welcome to NamePros... this is the place to Learn about Domaining!..

Comment #9

Thanks! I see that there is still a lot to learn. Cheers!..

Comment #10

Any paid appraisal service is a waste of $... with a few exceptions, like if you need an IRS accepted appraisal for a donation for tax purposes, you could get a moniker appraisal..

P.M. me any name and send me $10 and I'll gladly give you a proper, realistic appraisal for reseller value and/or end user value. I think nearly any experienced member of this forum would do that..

Beyond that, estibot.com seems to be the best automated appraisal I have tested...

Comment #11

Yes, Estibot definitely delivers more accurate compared to Leapfish:-) But in the end it's all just software generated. It also has a bit to do with luck, just like we have seen with 1-2-3.tv for example..

Thanks for your appraisal offer. I'll probably will get back to you sometime soon...

Comment #12

I just recieved a call from a 123 reg website that only buys high-value domains (buydomains.com) and am tying to call them back. So obviously, it's caught somebody's attention.

The main reason I think somebody would want to get a certified appraisal from a company like sedo or godaddy, is because it gives you a higher chance of selling on their site. I certainly would like to have a mod/senior member appraise domains of mine for only $10, but you can't offer me a "Certified Seal of Approval" like 123 reg can (lol)...

Comment #13

I used the go daddy certified appraisal for CLICKVIEWS.COM. Got back $560-$1450..

Seems low to me - what do you think?..

Comment #14

Well, estibot says $400 and that is usally inflated on the price. I'd say the appraisal 123 reg gave you sounds pretty accurate, maybe a bit more if you ask me; considering you have 0 backlinks, alexa rank, ppc score, and title...

Comment #15


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.