Discussion in 'Archive UK Domains For Sale' started by i4v.net, Apr 13, 2007.
any offers above 2p considered
is that zero,,,
ill offer 2p
stretching my budget 4p
who pays transfer fee?
actually u cheeky bastrdos
- someones already offered me £100 for this -
there is a good SEDO article on the value of these type of domains -
bear in mind the o & 0 are right next to each other - typos..
also: J0BS.co.uk looks as good as JOBS.co.uk at the end of the day on a logo/webpage :mrgreen:
Good luck with your sale.
Does anyone seriously use names like these?
Useless for SEO. You would'nt want to put it on any form of letter head or anything like that. How the hell would you get any word of mouth traffic?
No one uses domains like that - it's a piece of junk. Take the 100 you've been offered, and hope they don't notice.
Some people have no vision on here.
And one of you who said no good for seo, go have a look at some of your own posts where you say domain is not important where seo is concerned??
Which it is not of course.
There are loads of ways this domain can make money, if you have the inclination that is.
My best Idea is, and if you have ever looked at a jobs board lately, I am positive you will agree with me...
Jobs Zero Bull Shit.com .co.uk etc (incase word is **** out is s h i t )
It could become quite a site, and the free viral marketing opportunities are massive!
So your J0BS.co.uk could be the catchy easy to remember domain after all.
And yes you do always have a typo, but there would be no infringement should you be developing the site Jobs Zero Bull Shit, your j0bs domain would just point to that site.
J0bs.co.uk would simply be a catchy logo, but your business and brand would be Jobs Zero Bull shit.
The jobs market online and offline is swamped now, there seems to be an agency on every street corner, hard to decipher job adverts, only to find out most are just recruitment companies looking for recruitment consultants??
There is a clear opportuity for anyone wishing to have a jobs board, even a simple gum tree type site would work.
Your site could be an agency free zone. All advertsiers would have to list their company name, so users could do their own research before sending their personal details away. You could charge a simple £2 a job advert and would clean up. ( you would obviously have to put in a few simple safeguards to stop recruitment consultants hawking the site) also ( I have no problems with consultants myself, but there is a need for a rec free zone)
Low set up costs, most scripts for this type of site are free or at most $10
So domainers reading this, if you heard about a site that is so cheeky it called itself, J0bs Zero Bull Shit and had a rather naughty cool logo like J0bs.co.uk, plus it gave you what it said on the tin, local and national jobs in a simple easy to view format would you have a look?
Too right you would, and if any of your friends and colleagues said they were looking for a job, you would send them there no hesitation.
I think this domain has great legs, i dont see much in lots of domains posted on here, but this one has more than typo potential, you just have to look hard enough and believe.
Go for it fella, forget the few quid you are after for it, development costs are low, easy to promote, and if you keep true to your brand, it cant be anything less than a complete success story. You just have to see it, I do, I hope you do too!
Seeing as I'm sat at home trying to finish an assignment, I spent the money I would have wasted on a couple of ice creams down the beach, on these domains, just incase you ever want to use em.
JobsZeroBullShit.com .co.uk <-- F.O.C of course
Whatever you do with your domain, best of luck!
Any other ideas out there?
if you want ideas start another thread.
Come on who are you trying to fool on here?? A good domain doesnt need all this crap below to sell it.
j0bs.co.uk is an uttter joke - sorry to bring you down to reality
I think you will find the essence of what I am saying is, this domain could be something, I have showed one possibility to the owner.
Take a look at the crap that gets offered on here everyday, and all of the stupid appraisals, true this is not a great stand alone domain, but it has more legs than 95% of what I see on here.
I simply thought outside the box to give the owner inspiration, if i wasted £15 in doing so, then I felt it was worth it.
I never say anything that can not be acheived, shame i can not say the same for most posts about sales and prices on here.
Maybe you shoud take a look at the cult sites out there, its not the domain name, its the business, to which my post was pointing towards.
I dont think as a domain alone it will sell, that is why i made my offering, if you see it as utter crap to sell a domain, then i think you should try and understand the post.
But you are wrong mate... and that was only taken from your first sentance..
We have all regged bum names... I am not disputing that...
Anyway i dont have time for teaching the basic does and donts ..
Hi all thx for comment.
Firstly to say outright a domain name has NO effect in SEO is utter utter shite.
(most SEO ppl say that becuse they work with shit domains everyday (thats not in anyway to say a shit no keyword domain cant get a good listing beacue they do))
More important - Not single person here really knows Googles algo for page ranking - what if in 1 year they changed it so domain meant more - who knows!
DomainAngel I agree with because ANY domain can be branded.
and j0bs.co.uk can be monetized too - just better!
Also if I sell what cost me £6 for £100 how is that bum domain?
What if jobs.co.uk goes national - with TV adverts an get 100,000 typins PM of which I get 1 % of free traffic? :mrgreen:
im in hurry to sell
but it can be all yours for just £500
For the past eight years I've had a plastic keyboard, that's plastic as in a real plastic keyboard, not as in plastic football fan and not a real keyboard, and in that time I never understood how people would mix the 0 with o.
However, before I left I bought a new keyboard, one of those aluminium ones, and the o and 0 are close together, on top of each other, shagging, literally, dirty buggers, and I must admit I've clicked the 0 once or twice instead of the o while I get used to the layout but that will stop.
There's a few wonders about domains and if you look at other variations you might be surprised, hyphens in odd places but still the word making sense, numbers and use of, it all comes down to the buyer and end user - naturally.
As for j0bs, it's about finding the someone who will pay for it and the right amount, I have quite a lot of interest in my domains however not at the price to make me interested in selling recently, someone offered £175 for five the other day but I bought them for that, so perhaps I bought at market value...
j0bs, develop it then sell it, get traffic on it.
lem0n.co.uk drops tommorow
oooh getting hot now
n00bs.co.uk drops tommorow as well
thanks handy if you g1a5535.c0.uk
now that could be a waste of money, not many people go online looking for a LEMON - the potential market for JOBS is just slightly higher than that of LEMONS i hope ...
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