Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by golddiggerguy, Apr 4, 2009.
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anti hull and hull virus is free
Could be some decent value in the wrinkle bunch, antivirals and the fungal one, some of the others are so so like anti-aliasing and some are reg fee imo.
You should put a better minisite on antivirals, I'd think there is potential for reasonable traffic. Stick a graphics card minisite with Adsense on antialiasing whilst you are at it, they'll probably follow links even if they're not buying.
Thanks for the comments.
Reason the domains only have poor mini sites up there is time and are there just to get something up there. I wouldn't have anything up there otherwise (so thats better than nothing) Over the next few weeks / months I will place better sites and content.
I grabbed other (not so good) ANTI domains just to fill the set out and to cover all ANTI bases.
Would you agree, you are better off holding more of the same line of domain like ANTI and Geo domains (HULL) etc?
I wondered myself if say a domain name is worth £50 but you had 20 similar eg, mailorderprinters, mailordertools, mailordercards etc
Because you have a set which is brandable i think that in itself would put extra value on the domain names.
Maybe not but i reckon so :?
Antivirus made a good sale because antivirus software is commonly bought over the internet and it's a good market, the same is not true of most anti domains, particularly hyphenated ones, so I don't understand the rationale behind this suite of anti domains. Focus on regging domains which relate to profitable online markets and you will do better.
I never rushed out and regg'd all of them on the back of the .org.uk anti virus selling for £100 the other week thinking I was turning £6 into £100. I bought most if not all before that day.
I was just asking are portfolios in the same line like Anti-****** or Leeds******* or Video****** or ********CarParts etc worth securing as a set.
I'm sure with GEO ones it is true and prob quite a few others, I used ANTI as a current example.
You will actually find ANTI related words do have a hyphen in them just Google a few or look on bottles or packaging.
I am quite happy to know that I will make at least my reg fee money back from small mini sites over the 2 years and hopefully sell most to end uses in that niche area.
I would say that registering as a set generally does not add to the per domain sale price, so the set itself does not add to your overall profitability. My opinion is that to realise maximum value it is usually better to sell individually, and when evaluating domains to register individually on the basis of how good a domain is, rather than looking to get a set for the sake of it. However, if you have a good theme, it might be beneficial that you registered so many of them, but selling individually is still the best way to realise value. Just my thoughts of course.
I think anti-fungal is a reasonable domain because people will buy these products online, being embarrassing to buy from the shops.
Oh, and Anti-Aging.org.uk is quite good too.
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