We’ve known for a long time that online domains are often very cheap.
But what we didn’t know is that this is true for both physical and digital domains, according to a study by a team of researchers at Cornell University.
In their paper published online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers argue that digital domains are the cheapest to own and the most profitable to sell.
This means they are the best investments for new businesses and new consumers.
The authors looked at the price of every domain name on the market, and the average was $39.99 per month.
On average, they found that, for the past five years, this average domain price has declined by a whopping 87% – an astonishingly high rate of decline.
It’s not just domain names that are suffering from the drop in prices: other things that people purchase from the market have also seen the price drop, including clothing, household items, cosmetics, and toys.
In addition, the price declines have slowed dramatically for smaller domains.
This is particularly true for smaller-scale domains that only contain one or two pages of content, such as a blog or website.
In some cases, the authors estimate that the price decrease could have been even worse, with domain prices dropping as much as 90%.
These are not the first times domain prices have declined in the US.
For instance, in 2014, the annual average price of domain name registrations in the United States fell by more than 10% to $36.57 per month, according a study conducted by Zillow, an online marketplace that tracks the value of real estate.
And in 2013, it dropped by as much to $21.36 per month – a price that dropped from $48.98 per month in 2011.
In 2018, the US Department of Commerce published its first annual report on domain sales.
A number of factors have led to the domain price drop.
First, new businesses have started to focus on selling on the web rather than on physical paper forms.
Also, online stores are more expensive to operate.
Finally, the proliferation of cloud computing services like Amazon Web Services has made it possible for people to store more information on the cloud and use it more efficiently.
But while these factors have contributed to the drop, the decline is not all bad.
Domain prices are still cheap.
And it’s likely that they will be cheaper in the future.
For now, it’s up to people to get on board with the digital domain market, because it offers a whole new way of building brand identity.