wheel - 1:39 pm on Jun 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
some people just park it for example so income has zero value.
I didn't suggest income is the only valuation. In fact, it's probably a poor one as well in many cases. But it's a heck of a lot better than CPC.
If the domain is worth a lot because of CPC, then you would need to prove it. Nobody's buying based on high potential CPC.
If you're actually earning a high CPC, that's another matter entirely. Now you've got revenue - use that to start instead.
If you aren't earning high CPC but are in a high CPC arena, you need to find another non-tangible reason someone would buy that domain/websites.
Basing value on high CPC is the realm of people who register the domain bestlowratemortgageonline.info and then claim the site is worth $400 because it's in a high CPC realm. That domain's not even worth the $9 to register it if you ask me.