It’s an established opinion when it comes to domain names – words that are singular in nature such as Apple, Mango, Banana, Pink, Yellow, Coin works well. And, fetch higher retail values. But, there are several retail sales of Plural Words Domain Sales that are plural in nature and which sold for awesome figures. Of course, most of those words are .com in nature. And, here is a list of such domain names in the range of 50k to 100k. I have avoided the high figures because premium keywords whether in singular or plural sell for more most of the time.
Plural based domains do sell
Top Plural based domains (two -words) in 50k to 100k range
SideEffects and SilverCoins sold for 100k Each
OnlineCollegeClasses is the longest in the below range
Here are some of my domain picks which are plural in nature. Is of two words. And, have sold for good retail values: Source Namebio.com
Interestingly this week’s domain sales report as produced by DNJournal (Mon. Nov. 9, 2020 – Sun. Nov. 22, 2020) shows some solid aftermarket sales coming from plural-based domain words. Such as these with so many other smaller sales.
So, if you have a domain name that is plural. Don’t worry. If it’s the right keyword. And, if demand from end-users is great for such keyword then asking for a higher price for that domain should not be a problem. Because getting a dot com is increasingly becoming difficult. And, with depleting inventory of good and valuable dot coms – the prices for one which is available for business is on rise