Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at Godaddy as they probably could answer your Godaddy question..
I agree here. Maybe even strike with a $400 if you want, well worth $300-$400 ballpark...
I'd counter with $500. He may accept or counter offer at or more than your $300. Sounds like you aren't desperate to sell right now and have invested $39 in the GoDaddy listing meaning you only clear $150 or so after reg fee. However, you do clear even less if you sell on GoDaddy based on their closing fee..
Best of luck...
The mobile media industry is fanning like hot coals now and just accelerating in leaps and bounds. The term is one of the few which is highly appropriate for the .BIZ extension. I would say sell at $2k min, you guys don't know gold even it dropped from your teeth...
You guys are right - thanks for the input it's certainly appreciated! I decided to hold on to the HostGator after doing some research and getting some educated opinions. I feel that the HostGator has strong value now and even more on down the road...
Before accepting any offers, gather your facts and make them known to potential buyers:.
1. Are all common extensions taken?.
2. Are other taken extension just parked, or developed?.
3. How many Google pages use the term? In parentheses?, with the extension?.
4. Are there any incoming links? Was the HostGator registered before (check archive.org for old pages).
5. What is the availability of alternatives to your domain?.
6. does it have a pagerank?.
7. Does you HostGator have traffic?.
8. Have you made any PPC income? Is there potential?.
9. Is the theme of the HostGator hot, will it stay that way? get hotter? maybe cool off?.
10. How rich is the industry who is the potential customer?.
11. Is the HostGator usable locally nationwide, worldwide? What is the potential customer base?.
12. Can you afford renewals if it doesn't sell quickly. Can PPC pay for ongoing costs?..
And don't forget, most (if not all) offers you get from other domainers will be at wholesale prices.
So you're usually selling at a discount if the name is even quasi-quality..