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Four Letter Dot Coms

Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by retired_member6, Mar 18, 2007.

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  1. retired_member6

    retired_member6 Banned

    Apr 2005
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    Is there any worth, it's pronounceable'ish. I've been letting some of my top levels drop, mainly out of neglect and mistake more than anything else but I aint paying £50 to renew 'em when I'm a day late. The biggest con going. I might drop a four letter, would I get more than £100 in the short term?
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  3. DomainAngel United Kingdom

    DomainAngel Retired Member

    Sep 2006
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    Whats the domain, if its worth £50 its worth £50, if its worth less let it go.

    Ive just bought 28 4 letter .coms, ok they are rubbish and not pronouncable in the least, but at less than $5 each i wont lose much. I guess I will only lose just under $5 each :p

    And yeah your right, big con.
  4. Doogles

    Doogles Member

    Mar 2007
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    What's a Domain Worth? Here's all you need to know!

    It's worth either a multiple of its revenue ... or what someone will pay for it on a bright and sunny day. This is not yet a marketplace of established supply & demand rules (in my experience).

    Test yourself! What do you think this cute little typo is worth?
    Follow the links below to see, in the real world, how close you came.

    Hurry. It will be sold in 2 days - Mar/21/07 08:47 AM EST.

    Here's the auction:
    Here's the $600+ SEDO Parking Revenue since January of this year (less than 3 months)
    Here's the SEDO parking page:

    Sooo .... what's a domain name worth? Study the SEDO auctions for a few months and you will discover everything you need to know about present values. Don't guess! Watch, study & learn, so that one day you can become a successful domain name owner.

    Good Luck at the auction. Cash flow is King, and those four little letters xsxx mean money in the bank!
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