Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by zuratv, Sep 15, 2009.
is it not brandable??
Yes, but like any 'brandable' domain like this, it is only worth the reg fee unless the work put in results in traffic and revenue.
I don't think I've read a more sensible post since I've joined here. 99% of domainers would do well to write that on a stickie and stick it on their monitor.
The amount of times I've been offered "brandable" domains for 4 figures (or more) is unreal.
High quality generic domains = worth a fortune.
"brandable" domains (that haven't been branded yet) = under fifty quid.
Thank you very much for your opinion!!!
But: it,s not fufa, or pupu, puki name!
F=Letter for Football or Free
all Letter+BET domains are registered!! My was last!)
short 4 letter domain with keyword Bet in.
More appraise please
You can say the "f" is for whatever you want. But unless the domain is actually footballbet.co.uk you're dreaming if you think you're going to get >£100 for it.
thank you haha!)
more appraise please
Okay here's my appraisals. I'm doing what you are doing and imagining what the F stands for.
FuckBet.co.uk - £63.23
FranceBet.co.uk - £1.99
FlippersBet.co.uk - £3.65
FuckThisIsACrapDomainBet.co.uk - priceless
You are right!!) maybe FX is FuckX too..)
More opinion please
Surely not the worst 'brandable' ever, being a LLLL with a good keyword makes it better than some, a certain amount of rarity with no other [L]bet.co.uk domains available, but definitely more of a speculative register.
Fbet/com sold at Sedo for $1250/£600 in Nov-07, but that was both a LLLL and .com, with international appeal.
[I/S/V/M]bet.co.uk are all on sedo, with I/V/M having received bids, obviously more value with ibet, so I guess its a case of listing it and seeing if there is any interest.
Not much value at the moment in resale terms as has already been said, but one for longer term hold, may gain more value as & when LLLL.co.uk's are no longer ftr.
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