physics - 6:25 pm on Sep 9, 2009 (gmt 0)
Hissingsid, thanks for the opinion. I guess this is why I want to target the end-customer though, i.e. large law firms that already spend tens to hundreds of thousands to millions on advertising every year (for the higher end, think the firms on the cover of your yellow pages or the ones that run state wide and national commercials). You, as a savvy webmaster, might not pay $200 for a site that gets one visitor a day but the law firms might be willing to pay ten or more times that just to have a great domain name to put on their ads or just to have a shot at one of those searchers becoming a client over the next few years (in which case they might make bucketloads of cash). We're talking about companies that sometimes pay $20+ per click here... $3,560 might sound like a drop in the bucket to them. I'm sure if I sold these domains to domainers or small webmasters I'd not get very much for them and it's not even worth my time to sell them for a couple of hundred dollars each ... but I know they're worth much more and to me it seems worth the time investment to get a factor of 10 or more improvement in sales price.