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    Should I sell Dont.net, or keep it as long term investment?

    Question already asked in the title!! lol

    Should I sell Dont,net, or keep it as long term investment? I researched that Dont,com sold for about $30k in early 2007 at Moniker Auction..

    Just looking for some inputs

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    And what do you do with dont[dot]net? Any domain name could be trash to someone and gold to another so it all depends....But my guess is the longer you wait, the less value it will be because the people who REALLY wanted that domain name and was going to pay top dollar for it now settled with a different name....And now you just lost your top buyer.....Of course there could be other top dollar buyers that "may" come along later but how long would that be? 1 year? 10 years?.....see what i mean...
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    I'm not sure Keay, its just lying there in my wallet and I think I'm gonna wait for an end user to contact moi lol

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    I think you should try to sell it, if you get reasonable price (whatever you think is right price). Nothing wrong in selling it at right price.
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    I'm not sure about selling price tho..

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    well there is only one way to find out.

    try to auction it.

    people will let yo know what is the right worthy price of it.

    rememeber value of something is as good as something people are willing to pay for it.

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    that will only fetch me reseller market price, maybe lesser then that

    Quote Originally Posted by datopia View Post
    well there is only one way to find out.

    try to auction it.

    people will let yo know what is the right worthy price of it.

    rememeber value of something is as good as something people are willing to pay for it.

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    Just rate your site as a maximum price as you expected someone would buy it. If nobody likes at that rate just keep it for long term investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enyasmith View Post
    Just rate your site as a maximum price as you expected someone would buy it. If nobody likes at that rate just keep it for long term investment.
    I think so too

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    You must wait for an end-user, i would suggest you not to sell that domain to any reseller, as it will be a loss to yourself.


    good luck with sale in future, great domain.
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    Word!

    Quote Originally Posted by bamaboy View Post
    You must wait for an end-user, i would suggest you not to sell that domain to any reseller, as it will be a loss to yourself.


    good luck with sale in future, great domain.


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