Last week I wrote about the Musics.com auction over at Go Daddy. While I think that Music.com is an absolutely stellar category-killer I don’t see Musics.com a a $76,000 domain or to be honest even a $50,000 domain. If the new buyer happens to be a business that already brands itself around the term “musics” I could see this being a good buy for their main site.
That’s about the only case I see this as a good investment. I just don’t think we’ll see this sell for $100,000 or $150,000 next year or ten years from now. While I see Car.com and Cars.com as both being category-killers I don’t see Music.com and Musics.com in the same light. So IMO the buyer overpaid by quite a bit for this name.
What do you think? Was Musics.com a good buy at $76,000? Comment and let your voice be heard!
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