Discussion in 'Archive UK Domains For Sale' started by wwwdomain.name, Dec 20, 2005.
You are taking the piss?
So moderate me.
I am glad someone else has said it. It's an absolute laugh. :razz:
Looks like we've got another Lex! :smile:
nope, i dont think this thread needs moderating he is definatly taking the piss .
Let's keep it civil please, season of goodwill and all that!
wwwdomain.name, please comment on your thoughts of the market potential of such domains and advise any that you have sold that are similar to help other members see where you are coming from.
My view is simple.
I have a very varied portfolio and my approach to domains is 'churn and burn'... Let others speculate....
I appreciate domain sellers want to make a profit, offering wholesale prices gives them an ability to churn themselves whist awaitng sales.
Also, over time, I have managed to source a number of collectors out their who, just like stamp collectors, want a name just because... or it ties into their particular interests...
Take mkney.com (typo money) recently went to a collector of currency in the US who in turn, has connections with other collectors.
If you did a whois search, you will find it has already changed hands a number of times since I registered it less than 6 weeks ago.
If a domains value rises over 100% from the price I registered it at, subject to finding a higer offer, it's an obvious sell in my book.
Offering it to an open market gives me one last chance to squeeze that last drop. Usually, I already have an offer on a name by the time I've posted 'taking offers' on the 'open market'.
Aside from that, most generic names, I keep. High traffic and typo names I keep. But, I'm always open to offers at very reasonable prices.
PM'ed you Re: recent disposals.
Hi I am new around and this was the first thread I read
Not sure how you guys work yet but I would say your names is worth less than reg fee.
Forgot to update this one...
Separate names with a comma.