Depends on the desirability of the name for the client. Unless the client has a certain size and are
in business to sell real mass market product, you will not get a high price. for a small business I
would guess $250-$1300. If the company name is your domain name, you might get more. If they are a
large company and really want that address, then you are talking real money, as Chris Gralapp found out!
Do a little research on the company for size and income. The URL sounds like something a small-ish
company would like to get their hands on, but if it is a large company looking to do a special
project, maybe worth a bit more.
I personally contemplated paying up to a $1000 for a domain related to science-art.com, but it
refuses to come on the market. If it is a company selling real good or services, not a home
operation, I think you could ask for more than that.
On 11/15/16 12:23 PM, David Fierstein wrote:
> I’m trying to determine a fair value for a domain name that I have. I was contacted by someone who’s interested in buying the domain name science animated.com
> Any ideas for how to determine a reasonable price.
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