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DL Sale: HotelsIn.uk (190 GBP)

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  1. Acorn Newsbot

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    Domain Name Sold at Domain Lore:
    Sold price: £190, Ended on: 2015-02-18 14:32:25

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  3. martin-s United Kingdom

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    I sold HolidaysIn .co.uk for a grand or so in 2012, was that you aswell? :)
     
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    To clarify, I said "crazy" because it's just the .uk and it's a bit of a bull$hit name IMHO.

    I wouldn't have paid a penny for it.
     
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    The thread title and DL just say .uk in this case?
     
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    You could make quite a few £xxx per month commission from the likes of laterooms a few years ago but as Sean said Google killed hotel affiliates off.

    Back then I also paid £1700 for venicehotels .co.uk, made a bit but would be lucky to get 10% of that back now. I think Seans right by cutting your losses and moving on.
     
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    That'll teach me for looking properly then! :D
     
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