At this time, the Google algorithm uses the domain name in its search engine. It’s not a very high percentage of searches, but it can be the difference between you and your competitor. Last I saw that I think it was around 3-7% importance of organic search.
Then choosing relevant keywords within your name can help in the long run. That could mean the difference between the first and second on Google! Another thing to keep in mind is what exactly this means to have a relevant keyword in your URL name. What I mean by this is, if you have the domain name, you have five dot dog toys with searchable terms, dog, dog toys, toy dog, toy, toys. The search dog toys will search more relevant to your site, the least would be toy. When you have words or letters inside your domain name, you can make it negatively. So find the domain that you think is the most sought after term and stick with it! I know a lot of dot com are taken these days, so do not be afraid to record some.
With all the knowledge that in this resource, you will be able to understand the process that goes into the evaluation of a domain name. It is impossible and dishonest to create any kind of legitimate, standard price table for domain names, since they depend on many factors for length, words, and above all, have the connection with the right buyer. This field is a completely objective, in most cases. It is also equally illogical to give anything but a price range for a price domain name quote.
Visit some websites that sell domain name or aftermarket auction, and see what the previous ones have already been sold for. Read on sites like Reg names: domain name services, listing important domain name replacement sales that have occurred around the world, and see what typical domains of different types and extensions are bought and sold for. Once you do research, you will have the gist of what your domains are probably worth!