15 Sep '12, 9am

If its not worth $49.99 its not worth $10.99

If you are willing to sell a domain for under $200 and if you can acquire it for multiple years (3-5) at a $10.99 renewal, then perhaps it is worth the risk. On the other hand a $50 or $69 acquisition plus $25-$35 annual renewals will yield a $100+ cost quickly. Given that only x% of a portfolio will sell and that .TVs don't generally yield parking revenue, a higher sales price is necessary if costs are higher. Yes, names can be marketed for faster turnover but time has a value and you can easily invest hundreds of dollars of your time marketing a domain and yield no sale. I would have never imagined selling a Spanish .TV to a Chinese investor or that a Spanish .TV music domain would be acquired by a Brailian .TV investor because it has a different meaning in Portuguese. A fair percentage of my .TV sales high $XXX to low $xxxx end up in investors' hands but if my initial a...

Full article: http://www.namepros.com/dot-tv/770170-if-its-not-worth-49...

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