Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by retired_member6, May 12, 2006.
Stats below, along with name, what do we think people?
No worth? I'll keep it then :mrgreen:
I cant understand where the hits come from, is this type-in traffic? Was it a previous website?
ba luddy good question Sir! haha nor do I.
Yes I think it's type in from the singular but on it's own I think it's still a quality brandable domain.
It's got an OV with ext of 13 and without 74, yet no archive.org result but 6010 no ext. mentions in google.
i've seen a number of these double keyword domains working really well in some of my search results i wonder if theres anything in it?
I'm not sure.
I thought it was great when I picked it up, ov with extension and good for branding. I did redirect it to an holiday site for a while in Feb/Mar but no luck with sales, would be better with real content on.
I've just bought babybabybaby.co.uk - how do u think it'll do?
Oi Fred, get your own thread. :mrgreen:
I'm going to start putting valuation instead of appraisal as I hardly get any figures these days and some of the bigger domainers on here wonder why I price my domains the way I do... how am I supposed to know othewise?
Ive had a look at your domains on Ebay and IMO you wont sell any of them.
Not only is Ebay a place to sell crap only for sub £30, your domains to me are WAY overpriced.
A few might be yes but as I don't get money figures on here I'm left looking at other sales sites to gauge. Four letters for instance I used domainbargain to set mine. Some of the better four letters that actually mean something to the end user aren't too bad I don't think.
I was trying to lure out a rach or a nicholas for the named ones, plenty of them, you never know.
ibegin.co.uk had an offer in of £1000 but I never took it, trying to lure 'em out again but they aint having it.
All four numbers, quality address, highly priced but don't really want to sell and it was 5p listings day.
17th + seventeenth, I think that's good but again 5p listing day.
b4n - dot ie likes it.
smse / smsi - not too bad for the applications that can be used with them.
the science names - cheap and cheerful for multi million pound industries.
soundup.co.uk - the .com went for several thousands
sell/rent/lease365 - nice and catchy, easily covered by half of one commission and would bring in more.
As for the others, yes I should have sent out more emails to end users but to be honest the 5p day caught me out a bit. If someone wants to PM prices on those domains that they might go for or what they might be willing to pay, any interest and honest opinion, then I'll be more than happy to hear from them. :-D
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