Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by buzz75, Mar 21, 2014.
Domainindex say value 1650 USD.
Any future for this new GTLD's?
I don't think any of these type of domains have any real value.
imo these extensions have failed. If you see 'arts.tattoo' on a business card or on a wall or something, I bet most people don't even understand its a url. Yet if they see arts.co.uk or artstattoo.co.uk its crystal clear.
Zero value for me, as they don't appear to be developable.
Not even novelty value for me.
Waste of money, wouldn't buy any more.
Complete junk. Any firm that bought it would have to budget significant extra marketing expense forever to keep explaining it.
I think it's tat too.
I don't think it is worth anything, it makes no sense at all.
I am not anti new GTLD, but i think only the ones that may have some value will be ones that make sense.
Arts.tattoo makes absolutely no sense to me at all.
I think the extensions as a whole are failures. imo those ones that look half decent at first glance, would be a million times better if you move the extension into the domain and add your local extension to the end. ie hotelsberlin.de and corporatetraining.co.uk
1. automated appraisals are worthless
2. appraisals are pointless when the TLDs are so new and there have been almost no sales (thus no market, no benchmark). And I don't think there will be more sales in the future.
I hope you haven't paid too much for this one, and didn't buy a lot of new extensions.
arts.tattoo sounds lame. tattoo.art would be much better if there is to be a .art extension, but even that would have little if any resale value in my opinion.
Maybe , but i buy another and on few year's the face of internet change's
Other domain i buy:
Invest in domain names is not for short time - medium or long time.
I see no value in these names at all. I suggest you need to understand what makes a domain have value before purchasing anymore...
Like houseofwindsor.co.uk or maybe lesby.co.uk?!
So according to Nominet i am the right owner of lesby.uk and houseofwindsor.uk
or maybe welcometounitedkingdom.co.uk - to - welcometounitedkingdom.uk
My favorit is dating-partners.co.uk - how did sound - dating-partners.uk?!
Even without the hyphen it would be a bad domain.
The hyphen makes a bad domain even worse.
As others have said, it's really a recipe for wasting money if you keep registering domains that have no possible value.
People have been trying to help (mostly) but at some point they're just going to stop wasting their time and leave you to blunder on alone...
If you are developing your domains then even though they are not the best choices, what you build, how you build, how you seo them, is all down to you and therefore everyone would have to wait and see how it goes.
But look, if you are going to try to sell the names you are promoting it is most likely never going to happen.
The reason is "permutations" there are massive alternatives to the names you have, and the more words in the domains, the more alternatives present themselves to a prospective buyer.
For instance welcomtounitedkingdom ( bad grammar , sounds like you are welcoming the United Kingdom ) if you tried to sell that for xxx someone could simply instead register welcometotheunitedkingdom which is a better domain.
If they chose to look closer they would be able to find countless alternatives to the name you are trying to sell to them.
Ye we are right - but think - a company that produce red light not buy ex: myredlight - more probably redlighting.com or even red.lghting.
Permutation are huge but at some point are end - inteligeble permutation - of courese that happen in 10-15 year's (i will be old or maybe ded | Putin | ) .
Also Google or Bing, ASK , Yahoo etc..i think they change searcher's.
Also i hope invest 15k - 20k to buy domain names and sell - and start a marketplace website for domain names want invest for start aprox. 10 k.
With the greatest respect in the World.
It sounds like an Ali G wind up.
Good luck with your strategy.
Yup - wind up thread and/or someone just too stupid to bother wasting time responding to. Unsubscribing now :laugh:
Separate names with a comma.