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fizz

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Donny please elaborate on whether you mean the price of a new domain name or domain sales in the secondary market?
 
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In my case, Donny, domain prices have remained constant.

12 months ago I had $0 in sales and 12 months on I still have $0 in sales.

So I would have to say NO domain prices have not gone down.:D

I think the pro's would tell a different story though. I think you will find most would say the prices have dropped slightly.

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There is still demand for domain names. The high prices are certainly not there anymore. Also, the demand for marginal names has vanished (like names with i and e, hyphens, etc).

Having sold about 100 names in the aftermarket, I still see interest in one-word names and VERY STRONG 2 word names that are natural phrases. Prices are very low though. If you are a speculator, now it the time to accumulate.

My best sellers are generally short one word .orgs and medium length .com names. My general sales range is $300 - $500 on short one-word .org names, and $100 - $1000 on .com names, depending on the quality of the name and traffic. With one word .nets I typically get $500 - $750.

My opinion only.

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