I recently learned about LeapFish, a site which offers estimates on the value of any given domain name. For each domain they calculate a CVS (Combined Value Score), which is composed of a number of factors, including whether it’s a .com/.org/.net, how similarly it matches a dictionary word, and the number of search results on Google, Yahoo and MSN there are for the name.
Here are the values for some domains that I tried:
- AOL.com: $981,722
- Microsoft.com: $1,644,314
- Google.com: $2,840,064
- Yahoo.com: $1,393,944
- twobitoperation.com: $14,406
Based on the value for this site, it’s obvious LeapFish has some significant errors with undervaluation. Â Still, the attributes that they use to make their valuations seem pretty reasonable – I’ll definitely use their site when choosing the next domain name to register.Â Let us know what your site’s worth!
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