This tutorial takes you step-by-step through the Estibot.com domain name appraisal tool. You will walk away with an understanding of how the tool works and every aspect of the data it provides.
Also covered are five warnings about using Estibot.com that you need to know to avoid making a costly mistake.
March 18, 2013
Fred Mercaldo understands geographic domain names (geodomains) better than most other domain name investors. He has built multiple companies and platforms in the geodomain space, including a software company, a marketing services company and a call center.
In this show, Mercaldo describes his experiences building successful geodomain name properties and shares tactics others can use to develop geodomains profitably.
November 1, 2011
While in college, Thomas Smale was looking for a way to earn extra cash. When he stumbled upon the concept of buying websites that needed work and reselling them for a profit, he realized he had found his niche. His first website flip returned $500 on an investment of $100; now Smale is co-owner of a business that brokers and flips websites, grossing $1 million in annual revenue.
In this show, Smale shares his insider tips for flipping websites – from finding undervalued assets, to improving them, to determining valuation, to ultimately selling them to another person.
October 18, 2011
As a degreed and lifelong student of economics, Rob Monster understands better than most the science of how wealth is produced, consumed and transferred. And he is making good use of that knowledge.
Monster draws from his experiences – both the victories and the disappointments – as he works to define a scalable domain development theory that will lead to consistent profits with domain names.
October 4, 2011
One of the most popular interviews on DomainSherpa is Andrew Rosener, who has developed an equation to determine the end user value for premium generic .com domain names.
This article summarizes Rosener’s hour-long video interview in an easy-to-read format, with input variables defined and updated.
July 17, 2011
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
If you want to know how much a house is worth, there are a number of online tools that you can reference. Similarly, there are a number of online tools for determining the valuation of Internet real estate – domain names. Online valuation tools can help you determine the price of your domain name. The […]
April 24, 2011