Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by DaveP, Dec 13, 2013.
What do you all think of this domain name please?
you should have gone to spec savers before reg'in that.
imho junk, sorry.
:shock: I got to ask, have you completely lost faith in .uk?
Some 'buy' sales in the past (from dnsaleprice.com so in $):
BuyAStar.co.uk - $1,520
BuyBitcoins.co.uk - $1,150
BuyBacklinks.co.uk - $1,775
BuyABike.co.uk - $1,000
BuyMobiles.co.uk - $6,211
BuyAVan.co.uk - $1,998
BuyDomainName.co.uk - $2,228
WeBuyAnyLaptop.co.uk - $3,975
CarsToBuy.co.uk - $3,450
BuyCoins.co.uk - $1,177
FlexiBuy.co.uk - $1,806
WeBuyYourHome.co.uk - $1,078
AND MANY MORE. Last month I sold £500 or so in hand reg's that were all hand regged during late October/early November. Guess I need to prove you naysayers wrong again.
Oh and the most important sale. BuySunglasses.co.uk £310.
BuyGlasses.co.uk IS MUCH BETTER.
Wow, props to you!
I don't mean to sound ego sorry if I do what I mean is I still feel positive about general .uk domain sales (non premium basically) whereas I get the impression some here only see value in absolute premium domains nowadays. That kind of vibe is BAD FOR .UK DOMAINERS.
Not at all - that's impressive for hand registrations.
I think for many confidence is rock bottom. There seem to be hundreds of threads each week listing domains for sale on here but virtually no evidence of any takers. That is very different to the situation of 3 or 4 years ago.
Yes very true and a shame really. I know of some who are already shifting away from .uk because they also lost confidence. The question is if domainers themselves have no confidence in a TLD how can we expect end users to have any?
For me at least its not a loss of confidence in the extension its more the fact I cant just throw up a thin store and have it rank and make money anymore.
It makes it hard for me to justify a xx / low xxx spend without some proper plan on what I want to do with a domain.
That being said I probably had sales in the region £800 last month from non premium drops that didn't get a sniff pre the .uk finalisation.
Maybe we all need to start doing more business in the open like the old days
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