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Italian Pasta.co.uk

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  1. Aiden Roberts

    Aiden Roberts Well-Known Member

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    Picked this up today for potential affiliate site, thought it would be OK for different types of pasta, recipes, books and pasta making machines. Gets about 1000 exacts according to GKT.

    italianpasta.co.uk

    Do you think it's worth the reg fee or maybe a little bit more?

    As always I am open to offers for a quick flip;)

    Aiden
     
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  3. Aiden Roberts

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    Doesn't anybody like pasta ?
     
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    I have just listed this domain on Sedo and used the price suggestion tool, it came up with £1000-£1999, does anybody pay attention to this tool?

    Aiden
     
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    Unfortunately I've got nothing useful to add to this because I'm not a domainer - however I think you're a great member of Acorn and someone with a bit more experience should come along to this thread and provide some wisdom!! This thread seems to be too neglected...

    To me personally it sounds like a reasonable name, was it FTR?
     
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    Thanks Blossom

    Yes it was FTR, I just stumbled upon it.

    I think it has the making of a nice little site if I ever learn how to build them :)

    Thanks Again

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    I enjoy good pasta, like lasagne (lasagna) and spaghetti. :D
    Its great, well known Italian cuisine, eaten around the world.

    I think its worth a little bit more than the reg fee. I think the price suggestion tool at £1,000 - £1,999 is rather ambitious. It could be worth this to a well suited and interested end user, with loads of money.

    Italian pasta is a niche, stylish and appealing generic term.
     
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    defo start a recipe website on there:)
     
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    Thanks for your comments, I sort of thought it must we worth more than reg fee because it covers a number of bases. I am just pleased I finally regged something with a use ;)

    Thanks again

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    Thanks Mally

    Yes I think this would be the route to go, I will just have to reg egg & bacon now which is more up my street.

    Appreciate your thoughts

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    Isn't all pasta Italian??

    You might get a quick flip on here. Otherwise you could get your video camera out, film yourself whipping up a few dishes, make sure you think of your own catchphrase, and carve yourself out a new career as a TV chef!!

    Sedo tool is optimistic IMO.

    Rgds
     
  12. Aiden Roberts

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    LOL :)

    The sad thing is I have no idea, common sense would say yes but :rolleyes: maybe there are alternatives. If you are right and I have no doubt you are then the value has just gone up because I have cornered the market with this premium domain name :lol:

    "italianpasta.co.uk offers in the region of £xxxx LOL, buyer pays nom fee, payment via BACS"

    Aiden
     
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    Aiden, drop me a PM in case your planning to develop it, wouldn't mind sharing one of my all time favourite pasta dishes in return for a backlink.

    Ciao
     
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    Put any effort into this domain and it will be wasted.
     
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    I think what he means is the 'Italian' bit is superfluous, lowering the value of the domain, not increasing it.
     
  18. Aiden Roberts

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    It was a joke ;)
     
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    Thanks Caz :eek:

    Aiden
     
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    Oh, as you were then
     
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    Sounds intriguing!

    Aiden
     
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