Long gone are the days where you could sell pizza.com domain for 2.6M. The gold rush for domains is over, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know how much your domain worth.
As a rule of thumb, the older the domain, and the closer to a brand’s name, the most valuable it is. Also, it depends on how much a potential buyer is willing to pay for it.
Without going too deep into how the domains market works, other aspects of your domain can make it valuable.
Similarly, if you query the FB Open Graph (with this script!) and you get 0 reactions, comments or shares, that’s not a good sign either.
The real value of your domain comes from people finding good answers and sharing your content across the social media channels. If you could generate a more accurate report of your domain value, it would look like this:
If you haven’t clicked on the report, do it, it will take you to the actual python script that generates the report above.