Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by deanmain, Jan 15, 2010.
I have just secured :
Please tell me its a good one
lol, I hope so or someone is calling their bank to cancel a transaction.
Good name for dyslexic tourists definitely lol
Seriously though, by the looks of it, roughly 1 in 20 people searching for Belgium [~40,000 on average monthly] type Belguim [~2,000 on average monthly] by accident, so it might be worth something.
Belgium.co.uk = £xx,xxx
Belguim.co.uk = £xx if you're lucky
Yes its a very common spelling mistake...mispelt over 18,000 times a month local..any one had any luck with typo's
You can do with some TM's who sell products because they know what thwe visitor is looking for. Not sure what they would be looking for exactly on this one, so don't know it is worth anything to be honest.
I hope you didn't spend a lot securing the name - really not worth much IMO
Given that in Google probably 75%+ of people probably click the 'Did you mean: .....' link - just don't see the point myself as even at the top of Google (which will take time and £££) you'd be 10-20% of 25%
I think "securing" means hand regging, as the domain is a few days old on 1&1's TAG and hasn't been updated since.
Well I only spent a fiver..but on my budget you need to think outside the box....the did you mean icon does not actually come up on Google.
I was thinking of a mini site with the message 'did you mean Belgium ...not to worry you can still get great offers for Belgium Chocolates, hotels flights.etc etc here at belguim or should that be Belgium.co.uk.
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