Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by humbug1s1k, Sep 23, 2012.
Any thoughts, good or bad?
As a guide for domains think Product, Service, Geo, (latter two combination of those also) There is a end user...? makes selling easier, A check with gkt can help whittle down ones to reg e.g. London plumber more potential buyers than lands end plumber.
A tricky one is “ BRAND” that’s much harder some are natural but likely they have long gone if you go Brand then really com or co.uk or whatever your top cctld is. There are other combinations bits to take into account but as a start the above will normally fair better than random dictionary words.
Don't see a viable commercial use for your name...
Wrong market imo, I think the keyword would be a better fit for the US market. It's a .org.uk anyway.
org.uks are hard to sell and even those with highly searched keywords in strong niches often go for relatively small amounts. I own a couple of one word.org.uks and don't expect to shift them any time soon.
Would be brandable if it was the .co.uk, but in the .org.uk it's going to struggle.
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