Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by amir20021, Nov 3, 2014.
how much you think, this worth?
Realtors, real estate, estate agents etc fine estate guides just doesn’t work on so many levels less than reg fee
What do you propose it would be used for?
any guides or tips regarding buying selling real estate properties/investment
There's not that much money in creating such a guide, so that will be reflected in the value of the domain.
Reg fee, unless you're setting up a website where you can hire armed guards to take you on a tour of Britain's roughest estates.
Special guides to Moss Side and the Blackbird Leys estate? Best pubs, where to jack a beemer, local dealers drop spots?
Could be a bit of fun
iglooguide.com is free to reg could be used for same as you mention wonder why no ones thought of that either
Whilst I don't feel the domain itself is that valuable, for what it's worth, here are two suggestions for building a website with this name, that could make you some money:
1) Build a website that promotes visiting English country houses. I think National Trust might have an affiliate scheme. Promote travel breaks as well.
2) Produce a guide to estate cars, and sell advertising on the site. Not easy this one, but could get you some AdSense clicks.
I don't get why people clutch at straws to think of ideas to develop crappy domains.
The domain cost £5
The time and effort to make and promote a site is £xxxx minimum.
Why would you commit £xxxx worth of time to a half-baked idea with very little chance of making any money, just so not to waste £5?
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