Hundreds of millions of domain names have been sold in the past, yet the future of the domain name industry is based on our ability to bring additional services into the industry, such as insurance, titles, initial public offerings or stock exchanges. This requires a standard methodology and formula for valuing domain names.
Andrew Rosener has taken a brave step forward to share his domain name valuation methodology. Andrew’s methodology is not the final say; it is the start of the discussion. Watch the interview, test his formula and contribute to the conversation by suggesting methodology improvements in the comments.
May 17, 2011
Many of us are addicted to buying domain names. Often times we hold onto them with no likelihood of development, no plans to actively market, and only a slight chance of receiving an unsolicited offer. The problem then is that our domain name portfolios (with their associated renewal fees) become too large for our budget to allow. So we turned to the experts (the folks who have wrestled with this situation multiple times) to ask what they would do.
March 7, 2011