Your question was: I just registered the domain name for my website at GoDaddy. What is the cheapest place to design th?.
I think it's a good price. Why not respond offering both the singular and plural for $5,000. With suitable persuasive language about protection of brand, of course...
I just thought, this offer could be from covergirl. If you dont need the money I'd counter with $20,000 and try for atleast $12,000 but thats just me. Have a look at dnjournals sales reports and you might want to counter with $75,000 LOL..
Negotiate with NailColor.com , I assume $3K was not the first offer whilst retaining NailColors.com which I think is better.
You have the option of auction if required.
Think of a price you would really be happy with...add $5000...and that's a good counteroffer for this particular HostGator imo. that way, you still have a little room to move down to make the buyer feel good...if needed...
Counter with $12k at least. 3k is a significant first offer, and the buyer would easily go up to $7-8k if he's serious enough..
I could see nailcolor,com selling for $x,xxx. I always see sellers post the.
Exact name for sale in these forums. If it's for sale to an end user, why.
Not change the title up a little like Nailcolor,com or N A I L C O L O R .com..
Maybe I'm just too paranoid...
Then you have a wide open playing field unless that was minimum offer..
I disagree completely. If you offer $3,000 it doesnt mean you'd easily go up 7K-8K at all.
I think they're alright names though.
Good luck If you're lucky..
Is it worth more than $3K?.
Sure, for interested end users.
But whether to sell it for that price or not depends on how urgent you need the money and whether you are willing to wait up to several years to get a much higher offer than this one (maybe you won't, also) or not...
Decent names but reduced market due to some countries spelling "color" as "colour".
$10k is probably a decent price for them..
You can put to sedo auction to public auction..
Maybe bid $5K above...