This is an obvious answer! Saw.com is the best place to purchase any domain. Why is that? We have a considerable amount of experience, knowledge and relationships coupled with the most cutting edge technology available today.
Domain prices vary depending on many factors similar to real-estate. The most valuable ones are already registered. The most inexpensive domains available are those that are unregistered. A .COM, .NET, .ORG will cost anywhere from ten to twenty dollars per year to register. There are many other extensions which can cost thousands of dollars to register each year. At a maximum, domains have sold for as much as millions of dollars. Keep in mind that, no matter how expensive a domain is upfront, you will have to pay yearly registration fees to keep it registered. For more information on the factors that determine a domain’s price, click here.
There are many factors that determine a domain’s price. However, the domain industry is constantly changing and it’s quite difficult to accurately appraise a domain without the knowledge and expertise gained from decades of experience in the industry. That is where we can help. To learn about our professional appraisal services, click here.
Registrars each offer the same basic service – administering domain registration between ICANN and its customers. However, each registrar offers unique service features such as added security, Whois privacy, custom email, customer support, reminder emails, etc.
Because business needs differ, it’s impossible to say which domain extension is “best”. It depends on what is best for your specific business needs. With that said, if your goal is to reach as many customers as you can, you can’t go wrong with .com, the most popular top-level domain (TLD). For more information about the different domain extensions, click here.
No. .Org domain names are not legally required to be non-profit. This is a common misconception, as anyone can register a .org domain. However, most .orgs are owned by nonprofits, non-governmental organizations, or schools.
There are over 1,000 top-level domains in existence, from .aaa to .zw. For a list of every top-level domain, click here.
Think of domain sales as two distinct categories.
The first is the domain registration fee that needs to be paid once a year for every domain. This price varies by extension and registrar but is generally between $10 - $20. Much of the price that registrars charge goes directly to the registry that manages the domain name. For example, Verisign currently charges $7.85 per .com domain name per year. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) set limits on how much domain registries can charge for each domain name. The second is the price you pay for a domain that is already registered. For example, if you search for a domain and it is already registered or unavailable, you will need to make an offer to the owner of the domain. This price is not controlled by anyone – it is dictated by supply and demand. People pay high prices for things that they perceive to be valuable. That is how we end up with multimillion-dollar domain sales. For more information on the relationship between registries and registrars, click here.