Discussion in 'Selling Domain Names' started by bensd, Mar 24, 2012.
At a guess it's probably because they are considered lower quality and Denys would rather they were secondary to non hyphenated domains by giving them a shorter auction time?
It is odd, considering some hyphenated are way better than some of the non-hyphens on there.
sorry - that was a bit of short remark. Why would you limit the time on hyphens when a strong generic hyphen purchased many years ago could be far more valuable than a term that is not particularly strong and was only purchased last year. Doesn't make logical sense to me. That's what I meant by Why?
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