Discussion in 'New Domainers' started by lamtze, Mar 13, 2009.
Where's the best place to sell .com
and .co.uk sites?
Here seems to be as good as anywhere!
hmmm.... but im new here cant post more than 1 within this week.
I have got whatup.co.uk
no one is replying, is the name that bad?
You'll find that you get a lot of honesty on this site, it's how we all improve.
In my opinion I wouldn't have reg'd it for free. Whatsup.co.uk, I would have reg'd maybe even bought for a few quid but whatup.co.uk just sounds wrong so your never going to be able to develop it.
Here is the best place to sell to a reseller, sedo probably best to end user.
All the best
whatup is a phrase used in hip-hop language. It is day-to-day language.
I will drop my available .co.uk here see anyone is interested
Should sell for a fair bit then
just put them on fixed price section
hip-hoop is this a language from the middle-east or something is it like arabic,sorry for my ignorance
I am guessing/hoping this is sarcasm on deliajen's behalf but nevertheless it made me laugh a lot!!!
Hip-hop is not a language but a type of music associated with DJing, MCing, break dancing and mainly rap. It originated from the Bronx in New York in the 1970's and has progressed thoughout the years.
As far as calling it a language goes it basically refers to the slang people use who follow this particular genre of music. Using the above example 'what up' is recognisable as coming from the hip-hop 'language' - i think it is most likely a variation on 'whats up?' - but as far as a domain name I personally see it having little value.
For those of you who may be slightly older and more out of touch with the times here are a few artists which you may have heard of who are associated with this particluar style of music. Ja Rule, P. Diddy, G-Unit, 50 Cent and Nelly.
Separate names with a comma.