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DomainLore Auction FishinTackle.co.uk

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  1. SIMONR85

    SIMONR85 Active Member

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    For Sale FishinTackle.co.uk - 368,000 monthly searches on google

    For Sale, has been owned by me for years and used to have a fishing tackle website on but as im not so good with datafeeds i can only manage small sites

    According to google keyword tool the mispelling "Fishin Tackle" gets 368,000 global monthly searches and 165,000 local monthly searches

    so i have just added it for auction at domainlore (waiting to be approved, you maybe able to start the auction if you are a domainlore member)

    bid starts at £50, 2 day auction and domainlore rules apply

    Any Questions Please Ask
     
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    Aaron Clifford Well-Known Member

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    Local exacts for "fishin tackle" are 22, 165,000 is broad...just to let you know.
     
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    ok thank you i wasnt aware of that

    anyway it has been accepted as a "gem" whatever that means and im starting the 2 day auction now!
     
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    I think it means you have to pay £5 if it doesn't sell, so good luck!
     
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    yes thats not a problem, have you sold before as i have just done a paypal transaction but it says it was an E cheque bank transfer and it takes 5 days to process? so i cant start the auction yet
     
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