Harry.co.uk

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  1. HarryDomains

    HarryDomains Active Member

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    Hi,

    Please could someone appraise my domain HARRY.CO.UK.

    Much appreciated,

    Harry
     
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  3. scottsmith United Kingdom

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    £2k reseller, £3k-£5k end user would be my guess.

    Scott
     
  4. wb United Kingdom

    wb Well-Known Member

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    Would estimate it to sell at towards the lower end of four figures (£1,000 - £3,000).

    Like anything though, it could be more if someone really wants it.

    Edit: Hadn't seen Scott's reply when I clicked submit, similar valuations. :)
     
  5. bensd United Kingdom

    bensd Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Didn't Frank used to own this one?
     
  6. woopwoop United States

    woopwoop Well-Known Member

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    I think the valuations are accurate ~3k

    Names are funny ones but this is a solid name (plus prince, plus boy/girl [harriet] which add value)

    Most names that I've seen bought/sold have been around the 1k mark (which I think is pretty cheap, yet they keep selling for that price)
     
  7. websaway United Kingdom

    websaway Well-Known Member

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    You should be looking at xx,xxx to an end user. Fantastic branding domain.
     
  8. Aaron Clifford United Kingdom

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    Branding? :confused:
     
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    Yes you know, a name, logo, slogan, and/or design scheme associated with a product or service
     
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    newguy Well-Known Member

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    I'd say £1500 - £2500 reseller, and high £xxxx end user. You'd think popular first names would be worth more really, but I suppose it's more a prestige thing really, and it's often cheaper just to register your full name.
     
  11. invincible

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    So what are you going to brand as "Harry" and pay the OP £xx,xxx for the privilege?:p
     
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