Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by lewiscornwell, May 20, 2008.
Any ideas what this domain is worth?? Pleaaseeee
3 words including 1 plural term.
Reg fee undeveloped, IMO.
Thanks for your reply.
Could you explain what you mean by the reg fee being undeveloped, and also what IMO means? I did do a search on the forum and come up with a topic talking about this site: http://www.imo.co.uk/ which confused me even more..
You might get £50 to £100 for it on here - it's not a premium generic domain but it is in a high paying area, but the fact that it's 3 words means it's not that valuable IMO (means in my opinion).
Oh and reg fee means registration fee, and they are saying that they don't think it's worth more than what you paid to register it.
Thank you for your help, greatly appreciated.
I am new to this, and its something I want to learn more in and hopefully get better at.
Case for hyphenated version
The fact that the words simple and uk joined up form the word eu in the middle and do not look clear to read easily, means that if it were to be developed as a site, the hyphenated version would be an advantage.
Simple-uk-loans looks better than simpleukloans and at least the 3 key words are going to be deciphered more easily by search engine bots, as well as the human eye. As the hyphenated version is still available, maybe you should register that too. However, if you have registered the name purely for resale as an undeveloped site, don't bother!
Separate names with a comma.