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jeremy.co.uk

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  1. jeremygggg

    jeremygggg Active Member

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    Have owned since 1998. Any idea on its value?

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    I wouldn't sell my own name if I had it unless it was for a LOT :D
     
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    julian Banned

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    A rarer but potentially quite desirable first name.

    I wouldn't sell it for less than a 1k unless you really need the money.


     
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    Chances of someone called Jeremy being:

    A. Rich
    B. Vain

    Are quite high over a population of 70million I'd imagine.

    blahblah@jeremy.uk <========= this is valuable.
     
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    Would surnames not be more valuable so you could do firstname@surname.uk ?

    Plus with the huge benefit of your full family could use it, you can't do that with a jeremy.

    I realise some people will be vain enough to pay more but I wouldn't pay £500 for this if I was called Jeremy.

    Get on linkedin or Facebook and find every Jeremy you can who either looks like they earn a fair bit, or has a techy job. And tell them you're listing the domain on domainlore on x date if they're interested.
     
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    Check out companies/ business with it incorporated within there name also foreign ones who may well want to break into the uk e.g. its the name of a catering equipment manufacture supplier in Poland also the suits the fad for Brand Humanization sounds a very British name and better uk than co.uk in my opinion Selling as a vanity name I’d suspect would get a lower price punt it out see what offers come back I’d ignore any offers less than low xxxx though
     
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    Thanks for the advice. Unless I get a high offer I'll hold on to it.

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