What is a domain broker?
A Domain Name Broker has the ability to remove emotion and guesswork out of any domain name transaction. They should have an uncanny ability to reach the rightful owner of an asset and identify if the domain name is a question that might be available. They also can handle all aspects of the transaction on your behalf and coordinate all contracts, escrow, and transfer of rightful assets. Take the guesswork and hire a professional. Most of the time their fee will be included in the overall cost of the domain name.
How to buy a domain name?
When buying a domain name, look for a few key indicators to help you select the perfect domain name. Short, memorable and easy to brand. Find a domain name that helps you tell the story and can separate your brand from any competitors. Conduct a trademark search to save yourself from headaches in the future. Set yourself a budget, and establish what the domain name is worth to you, or your business. Don’t leave money on the table and do your proper due diligence to make sure you are getting a fair deal.
How can I value a domain name?
Domain name valuation is key in determining what to sell your domain name for. The value should always be based on other market comps; similar to that of traditional real estate. Top value domains start with the .com tld and pricing gradually decreases, depending on the top-level domain in question. Names also add value when generic in nature or brandable as an asset class. Website history and link juice can also be factors in determining a domain names fair market value.