Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by navyfrank67, Mar 31, 2009.
What do you think?
Reg Fee. :rf
When asking if anyone has a good idea of what it "may" be worth please give views of the future worth.
I know that it is worth at least the reg fee. no brainer.
How on earth do we do that, do we know how much you are going to pay promoting it, advertising it, linking to it, how much you spend on it?
We can only value what we see, and bare in mind that we are giving you a quick guide price not a full marketing report. You can get those done from some places but they cost money!
Guess you don't get it.
To post "reg fee" is not really giving thought whatsoever.
The name has a widely searched keyword and the 1 in front of it can symbolize the only credit card you need or should own.
I mean if domain names are selling for a certain price then you should be able to guesstimate a number from that. (thats if you follow domain sales and are really an authority on the subject)
Just my thought i guess.
So any input would be helpful in coming up with an idea so that if i receive an offer i will know if it is a good one.
Haven't a clue, so sorry about that! (I left my crystal ball on the bus).
PS: 2-creditcard.com and 3-creditcard.com available to register too, you better nab them quick?! Thesedays lots of people have more than one CC after all?
i have looked into my crystal ball and wait for it.........,it's a bit dirty wait where is that windowlene gone........,i'm back it's clean now....... reg fee
google keyword tool :
1 creditcard = not enough data
1 credit card=73 so if each one buys a credit card and each one is either gold or platinum you could well be looking at millionaire status in approximately 40000,00000 AD :shock:
frank tell me what field you would like a domain in and i'll have a look for you,i'll find a domain that you could register,i'm not the best on here by a long way but i could pick you something up half decent.
I reckon a few years ago when financial markets were booming someone might have made you a respectable offer on this, maybe the late hundreds of pounds. However, with the credit crunch and people being more savvy about domain names, such a sale is unlikely to be on the cards now.
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