Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by refide46, Jun 29, 2010.
Low value I'm afraid based on .info extension and does not relate to profitable online market.
Absolutely no reason to be in a search for this type of term - unless your shouting out for a hack
Sorry mate but again nothing, you seriously need to ditch them .infos, did you pick them all up on the 29p reg offer or whatever it was ?
Don't get me wrong, sex#info or money#info and you're on to a good earner but most on .info aren't worth bothering with.
you told me before when i listed a list of domains for appraisal to post 1 per thread & due to rules here only 1 domain per thread every 24 hours, so you now saw them separately & appraise them separately so you saw them one by one but when i listed another domains from a time ago, i ididn't receive any appraisals for them to learn at all, so i'm now very happy to learn from experts but the domains are not like what you said, just registered them from a time ago but there's a delay in putting in appraisal section to learn what's the value of them, no waste of money, just try to see which of my domains have a value, if there's any which don't have any value no problem at all, just to see if between them any which have a good value or your thoughts about any when you first time see.
Just to say Matt Cutts from Google himself tells us that Google does not pay that much attention to the extension, so if you have a good keyphrase in the .info, the domain will have value, e.g. I feel the domain savingsaccount.info has value. You just need to get the keyphrase right, i.e. has high traffic, high advertising rates, high commissions available from affiliate programmes.
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