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  1. shaym

    shaym Active Member

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    well known dentistry procedure, reasonable exact searches and very good ad count. Any ideas as to resale price or should I develop them?
     
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    I don't know much about other extensions but the fact the .co.uk was a hand reg yesterday and the term only has 260 exact searches on the GKT I would say reg fee at a push.
     
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    That is true, they were both hand regged yesterday. However I have already found over 50 companies promoting this procedure. The dentist will remove any discolouration and blemishes from the tooth by gently skimming a very small amount of the enamel away. The cost is per tooth and can be quite expensive.
     
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    Right... but the fact you don't provide the service itself means you need to monetise the domain/website somehow through affiliates, referrals or adsense, etc.

    You requested a domain name appraisal.

    The domain name was regged yesterday, so it does not have age on it's side, and the name itself only brings 260 exacts to the table, therefore Aaron appraised your domain to suit these factors = reg fee at a push.

    Hope this helps. :D
     
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    i like it...GKT is bollocks...it should be used as a very rough guide ,and should be taken with a pinch of salt...there is too many similar search volumes on that tool to be correct 18,100 ,4,400 which pop up far too often...

    there is advertising there because the cpc isnt bad

    as a free to reg it's not a bad domain at all , if i had seen that i would have purchased it..
     
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    The advertisers for the keyword seem to be for microdermabrasion not microabrasion (i.e. for skin, not teeth). There aren't many results relating to enamel, so don't get the two mixed up.

    Considering microabrasion is for removing teeth discolouration/stains, it seems a bit of a technical word for a consumer to use. May attract some B2B interest but I imagine most consumers would just search for teeth whitening.

    GKT isn't always accurate, but I think it will be roughly right in this case.
     
  8. shaym

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    Thanx :) Yeah i'm not too concerned about differing appraisals, as that is what this game is all about. I'm sure they will appeal to specialist cosmetic dentists as to them it is a way of standing out from the rest and gives a clear indication of their expertise.
     
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    It's worth reg fee all day long,i wouldn't spend a fortune on the site simple html site with 6 pages and 3 google ads on each and you will earn your money back in no time...there are bargains still to be had on freshly registered domains...i bought one last month and made 300% profit and i only look a couple of times a year...:D
     
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    Which would you advise to develop? Global exact is 1600 so good for the .Net local searches 260 for the .co.uk
     
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    both ,i would use the .net for the US Market and the co.uk for the UK market,unique content on both..

    Regards
     
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