More generally, a valuable domain name is an existing one with lots and lots of backlinks already in place. You can pick these up on places like godaddy.com. You might have to pay a bit of money in an auction, but it's well worth it because they're already ranked by Google.
I think that google.com, adobe.com, msn.com are the most valuable.
I did an article with some tool that gives an idea of how much each domain name. check: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Much-is-Your-Blog
Sex.com remains to be the most valuable domain name. It was sold on Sedo.com (http://www.dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm). However, there might be other domains name that are more valuable, it is only that the owners are not ready to sell them.
I think I have the right hub below for the answer for this question:
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-the-Mos … -the-World
Each domain name is valuable for its user...In general there are certain tips to follow for the naming convention;
*The domain name should be related to the business and easy to remember.
* It should be catchy and without much punctuations.
* If it is of the universal domain TLD like .com,.info,.net then it is more advantageous.
* It should not be too long.
Once you select the domain name for the business you should look in for a good and reliable domain name provider who suits your budget.I would recommend you to get your domain name from http://www.9cubehosting.com as I find they provide domain services at low cost and a good free package which would be economic for the user.
An appraisal on famous domain names showed Google, Facebbok, etc., are valuable domain names at current.
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