Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by jacal1, Mar 18, 2007.
What do you think?
A little more info
If this helps, the procedure (which is the product they are "selling" I guess), costs $1500. It is suggested in the UK that any woman who will be over 35 when she delivers have one. Also those with any risk factors.
That's a lot of clients who might want a $1500 product!
There is a lot of competetion to get that business. Wouldn't the .co.uk holder have some clout?
Okay, now I'm begging.
Friends in the UK, please help me out. I try not to be a bother by bumping, but now I have a $270 (US) offer made through another board. I think its low, but I've been wrong before!
I could use the money, but I don't want to see it on dnjournal in a year selling for much more than that!
I vow to never bump again!
well I think the full term is amniocentesis.
I notice the only organisation advertising for these things is the UK national health service
Just about all the other variations (close (but unique ) alternatives are being used to park which is a bad sign for you because it means they are probably for sale. This limits the upper level to some extent.
There are only 1/4 mill references to amnio on google which is not very encouraging.
The overture is 400 compared to 1700 for amniocentesis so it is the less searched for alternative.
I would imagine people searching are wanting to know what it's all about and the risks involved after their doc has told them they're having one, so I don't imagine its a big money spinner.
In short. Take the cash. More would be nice but a couple of birds sitting on each hand vs one in the bush? your choice!
I countered, but not a lot higher. He says he plans to develop as opposed to parking...somehow I think he should not have said that and it made me feel it was more valuable to him...
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