Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by xblink, Jun 10, 2013.
Hi , just looking for your thoughts on this one
I think you'll find when appraisal requests receive no responses, is mostly due to either..
1) That domain is so-good, and you own it you Basta*d. What you doing asking for an appraisal ? Showing-off
2) That domain is so-bad, I can't even find the words to use without upsetting the Acorn member and ruining his day + make me feel bad for the rest of my day
3) That's a 'so-so' domain, Where do you start ? Could-be/maybe/possibly/If and when etc etc
I think your one falls into Cat 3, You neither like or dislike it, too much justification required to start adding comments. One that's probably of value in the eyes of the beholder than anyone else's - Best not to comment
Hope that helps
I quite like it as a brandable domain, for some form of food delivery service
Would work well for a milkman, like milkandmore.co.uk
Indeed - But, would you register-it, capture-it. be able to justify your own registration and holding on purely speculation ?. It's one of those domains I would probably be influenced to register if I had seen the .org.uk and the (least popular) uk.com taken by separate entities
Otherwise It would have probably sat on one of my list of also thought about domains (usually on post-it notes) that litter my desk but never registered , then get thrown out once a month on a tidy-up
Great for a Food/ Grocery delivery service. I think the name dropped a few days ago. I thought about catching it ......
Dunno about price for this one. Guess it depends on the buyer's pockets and what you are happy to let it go for. Minimum £350.
It's a bit on the long side to have strong brandability.
Can't see anybody being granted a TM in the food class without additional word/s (which you'd want for "strong branding")
Which leaves it as a nice to use domain, along with...
Thanks for the input people . Have found a few fresh food affiliate programs , probably just going to build a review site around them for now and see what happens .
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