Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by xblink, Aug 19, 2013.
Hi , just looking for your thoughts on this one 40 k exact google monthly searches .
Somethings work with odd cctlds TLD's etc when you start going down finance they can just automatically look dodgy?
You here the “if it list high enough” but that’s seldom the case, so then its spend a fortune to do so and that scenario your better of creating a brand from a nonsense word that’s free to reg and using the advantages “brand” has over “emd”
Its not quite no one ever will type name but chances are registration fee’s and time you’d need to wait would mean you’d only ever loose.
You're mixing a third rate extension with a domain that only works for the UK market.
.co works much "better" (relatively speaking) for short, high value concepts applicable to the US, because there may be companies over there willing to buy it as a cheap'n'nasty substitute for the .com. But we're talking 1-2 word mega value niches.
But for the UK market, it just looks like the printer ran out of ink before it got to the ".uk".
For the above reasons, I don't see any particular value in it.
As Edwin Says -Plus lots of whys/ why-nots.
Easy answer is = Your not going to get anywhere with 'Brit terms' outside of .co.uk or .com
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