Discussion in 'New Domainers' started by rookiedomainer, Feb 5, 2010.
any value in seebeforeyouski.com
The longer and more obscure your domain name the more alternative permutations. That's why one worders are so precious.
Someone looking at SeeBeforeYouTee co uk can register goseebeforeyoutee co uk or beforeyouteesee co uk and that is one consideration that reduces potential resale value. IMO
It would be a case of whatever you are offered for them. The aren't pure generic keyphrase domains, they are "brandable", where value is in the opinion of the buyer.
See domainprices.co.uk for example sales.
Current market can’t see anyone would buy them at all…
Agree - can't see any value in those names - too long and too obscure. When we first started in domains we purchased a lot of poor domains that have long since been cancelled. You'll get a feel about what is good by reading the forum. Look at what sells. They are usually strong keyword domains that are likely to be searched for on the internet i.e. "kitchen units" "computer desk" "bathroom cabinet" "cheap car insurance" (I don't think any of these will be available but you get the idea). Catchy domains that depend on someone buying that domain and building a brand are extremely hard to sell. I think we've only sold a couple in 7 years.
Use the google tool to help you.
Set the country to United Kingdom and set it at 'exact'. Start by typing in a word to help you i.e. kitchen and see what appears. It will at least give you an idea of popular terms (although it isn't always 100% reliable).
Hope this helps
For the record, I also feel these domains will prove very difficult to sell ... as others have said, you're better off focusing on keyphrase generics.
Reg fee, in my opinion.
I guess you will be having little difficulty to sell this domain...It's not keyword domain , and really need to be develop to the perfection .
As well is hard to remember something like this...
I wish you all the best
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