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  1. Bailey United Kingdom

    Bailey Well-Known Member

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    The markets growing for "good - food" delivered or even prepared to/at your home, (and thought it would grow when I first registered it)

    I do like domains that "Look Nice" as well as say something.

    Done my usual trick and renewed it at the last moment (just a habit) and I know there's a supposidly a later Company reg for a "homedine" named business - (it has No entity, balance sheet to speak-of or TM)

    Still - having said all that, Would like to see/read fellow Acorners perspective on the term
     
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    Doesn’t imply or indicate good food, or delivery to me? If the company of the same name hasn’t approached for it or the com can’t really see another company starting with the same name. Best chance is they do well then sell it to them? although are they not meat and meat products fish, crustaceans etc.
     
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  4. Bailey United Kingdom

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    Thanks I appreciate all/any feedback, And no I never thought the Company that appeared after my registration would be looking to purchase this particular domain. (their current assets of £7 (Companies house) kind of ruled that one out.

    Suprisingly enough though, I do tend to have quite a bit of Success with my "Brandable" domains (at a ratio of about 2:1) to pure descriptives. though I accept that's mostly in .coms
     
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    It's a case of hold it and see.
     
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