estibot cheating

Started by Zora2012, Jul 13, 2022, 10:31 AM

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How is estibot wound up?
I look at namejet domains in one word or even in 2 of special value, which are not of particular value, are valued by the estibot in large sums.
eradicator.com - $3,719 USD
mathteachers.com - $1,400 USD
bleedingheart.com - $7,498 USD
etc
Moreover, some of my one-word dictionary domains are not evaluated by him even in 1000.

Or, for example, I was going to buy the gymitems.com domain for a long time, which literally means "sporting goods" - buy half a year ago. Then it was estimated by the estibot at 620 USD. While I thought it was bought. Now the same domain is valued at $2,100 USD.
 How did its value increase by 3.5 times? What could its current owner do for this ..?

How it's done?
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curaqua

From my experience, the buyer has never paid attention to these virtual estimates.
And if I refer to some services, he writes: "I don't care about these and similar ones". These services are only interesting for sellers to try to throw dust in the eyes of buyers or to amuse their internal ego.
Moreover, I noticed more than once on the estibot - what he evaluates badly, sometimes sells well. And vice versa.

And how they calculate their numbers - so they write, read carefully the info on the evaluation page.
They focus on similar recent sales, competitiveness, advertising bid prices, etc. But this is often like a finger to the sky.
Just one character - and already a completely different domain.
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brknny

From myself, I can say that both are complete nonsense. These figures cannot be relied on either when buying or selling. These websites are more for entertainment and self-gratification.
Don't throw money away.
And  the End users don't take such assessments seriously. But some domainers want to believe in them. If the Estibot bought domain names (at least in some%% ratio of their valuation price), then its valuation would make sense. And so only to amuse the domainer's self-esteem.
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