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Printer.com versus Ink.com : Which #domain name is more valuable?

If you own a printer, you probably figured out the hard way that in the long run the ink is going to cost you way more than the printer!

You can buy an HP 2652 Inkjet for about $40 bucks on Amazon, but the ink will cost you $30 dollars per refill.

That’s right, almost the cost of the printer per ink set. You don’t have to be Euclid to calculate that Bermuda Triangle of lost money. And don’t think for a second that you can get away with just buying new printers every month! HP is notorious for installing starter cartridges in new printers that are only good for a limited number of pages.

Speaking of printer valuation, way back in 2008, the domain name Printer.com sold for a whopping $800 big ones. For several years, Printer.com was a printer gateway offering advice on printer choices, and likely earning a huge affiliate referral income. But now, printer.com displays a “domain for sale” page.

Which brings us to the obvious: A better investment may have been the domain name Ink.com, which is exclusively for sale at Sedo. The current estibot value is $624,000 dollars and if that seems like a lot, consider how much printer.com sold for, remember how much ink you’re going to need, and do the math. 🙂

Kudos: Dale G.

Printer.com versus Ink.com

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3 Responses to “Printer.com versus Ink.com : Which #domain name is more valuable?”
  1. Fosir says:

    imo ink is way more valuable than printer for many reasons one of which is versatility.

  2. Don W says:

    Looking at Dave Evanson’s names for sale, he also has link.com.

    Does he only sell names that end in ink?, lol.

  3. DomainGang says:

    Fosir – Thank you for your feedback.

    Don W – That’s interesting, I wonder what’s going on with pink.com 😀

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