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Topic: Sway.ca - Sold $2,500 USD

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Re: Sway.ca - Sold $2,500 USD

Lots of fast moving images when you visit this site and in my opinion moving way too fast.

Mentions New York a few times so I was a bit confused thinking a US company picked it up but it looks like they are from Guelph Ontario.

3 (edited by: Spex Jan 28, 2021 12:34 pm)

Re: Sway.ca - Sold $2,500 USD

Nice name. As per Namebio, it sold at Uni in 2017

https://namebio.com/sway.ca

So when GoDaddy shows these comps, they're from their own (and now Uni's) internal sales database right? So if a domain is reported at Namebio but wasn't sold through a GoDaddy owned entity would GoDaddy ever use it as a comp?

Example...Voice.com was sold privately so would that ever be used as a comp on the GoDaddy valuation page? I've played around with short one-word .COM valuations and never saw Voice.com listed

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Re: Sway.ca - Sold $2,500 USD

MapleDots wrote:

Lots of fast moving images when you visit this site and in my opinion moving way too fast.

Agreed, it's like running at a fast-motion setting.

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Spex wrote:

Example...Voice.com was sold privately so would that ever be used as a comp on the GoDaddy valuation page? I've played around with short one-word .COM valuations and never saw Voice.com listed

It's there if you type in Voice.com or Voice.co or Voice.ca, etc., but it just says the standard "more than $25,000" as a sale price.

6 (edited by: Spex Jan 28, 2021 03:51 pm)

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DomainRecap wrote:

It's there if you type in Voice.com or Voice.co or Voice.ca, etc., but it just says the standard "more than $25,000" as a sale price.

Lol, sometimes the simplest test is the most obvious one and I missed it. I was typing words like jump, dance, fly, sing and never saw voice.com pop up :)