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Have the domain values dropped
Because of the new extensions?
dailypress

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Msg#: 4615318 posted 12:36 pm on Oct 8, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hello all,

I have been searching domains on Sedo and ... noticed a price drop for the 3 main extensions: .com, .net and .org

I also noticed a very valuable .com recently sold at a lower price compared to their initial offer of $400,000 two years ago.

Is this because of the new extensions coming out, such as .boston, .bmw, .goog and .anything?

Has anyone else also noticed a declining trend in terms of price and value of the 3 main extensions?

admin: please edit the title. I had clicked on submit before I could edit the subject title. thanks

 

jmccormac

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Msg#: 4615318 posted 2:47 pm on Oct 8, 2013 (gmt 0)

I don't think that it is due to the new gTLDs. The lack of money and the change in domain parking revenues probably have more to do with the decreases. There are some trends that are similar to those seen in 2002/2003 that are appearing in domain statistics at the moment and there is a lot of consolidation (registrants concentrating on .com and .cctld and dropping other gtld domains). I'm not tracking prices though. I only track domain statistics and trends.

Regards...jmcc

Webwork

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Msg#: 4615318 posted 3:26 pm on Oct 8, 2013 (gmt 0)

Some in the industry believe that the new gTLD entrants, by themselves, will create such confusion as to only further consolidate and enhance the utility and value of the initial generic / gTLD heavyweights.

Given the miserable lack of success of the many aftercomers I'm not getting too excited about their arrival . . but some fools will rush in, chatter a lot . . pump and attempt to dump . . and slowly . . quietly . . harvest their regrets . . while the new gTLD operators attempt to discern their exit points and strategies . . such as "Do we sell our basket of gTLDs to GoDaddy in hopes that they believe they can turn a profit?".

Look for the move . . a last dying gasp of the new wave . . brought to you and I by . .

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