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44.co.uk £2,000

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  1. mattonline

    mattonline Active Member

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    44.co.uk £2,000

    is it me of is that a really good buy!
    for starters its a two char domain which is desirable,
    second its a number - which are worth more than letters or characters
    thirdly its two numbers of the same suit,

    got the data from
    http://domainprices.co.uk/

    also who owns the site? is it a member from this forum

    and who bought the domain!
     
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    grantw Well-Known Member

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    I would argue that LL.co.uk are potentially worth much much more than NN.co.uk.

    Domainprices is owned by admin

    Grant
     
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    I dont agree, you dont really get any companies using the name 44 where as two letters would stand for somthing ie

    British Gas BG
    British Telecom BT

    also you would get lots of typos unless you owned the typos ie fourfour.co.uk fourtyfour.co.uk
     
  5. mattonline

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    yes i supose you are right, but looking at the .com price guide for 3 char domains


    3-Number .com - $5900

    3-Letter .com - $3700

    numbers worth more

    (Obv this isn't .com, and is 2 chars not 3, but shouldn't the same sort of rules apply?)



    Admin owns everything to do with .co.uk domains.
     
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    Can you still reg/transfer LL.co.uk?
     
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    Reg - No

    Transfer - Yes
     
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    bluerock Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    As the previous owner of 44.co.uk, based on traffic/clicks it would have took over 15 years for the domain to make the 2k.

    If it was LL.co.uk it would certainly have not been sold for that amount.
     
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    On the subject of NN.co.uk, what do you think 24 .co.uk would be worth?

    thanks
    David
     
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    £33,000 on the nose to the right end user. £10 to to £12k otherwise, reseller, £3/5k maybe.

    Lee
     
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    I think your mis-interpreting the data, $3700 is lowest value an LLL.com would likley sell for with aweful letters, you dont really get aweful numbers, actual sales of LLL.com's outperform NNN.com's
     
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    NNN are popular in countries where encoding is not the default. So China is the biggest example.

    I'd pay more for LLL than NNN to be honest. Unless ofcourse you get 100.tld or something.
     
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    My understanding is that LL.co.uk are as rare as rocking horse *** and they are pre nominet aren't they because of the nominet rules prohibit registration.

    NNNN certainly in .COM are valuable as they can be used to denote years for example.
     
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