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  1. liam United States

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  3. Rob_F United Kingdom

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    Tough extension, tough times – will be interesting to see what they sell for. My guess would be high four, low five – topping out at about $25k for the better/more popular ones.

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    Just been reading Sedo's PDF via Tim Schumachers twitter post, contains gems such as:

    "With .BIZ your website benefits from improved search engine optimization"

    Rob Taylor (RobCoUk) on Twitter etc.
     
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    I wonder if the mobile phone company 3 will go after 3.biz ?

    And if the article is true, and .com release the 1 character names, how much 3.com would sell reach ?
     
  7. liam United States

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    i would be interested to see what e.biz goes for.

    And hopefully nominet will be follow suit and auction 1/2 character domains as well..
     
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    It looks like 3.biz is excluded from the auction. (as are 0, i, o & q).

    Pre auction deals maybe?

     
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    Ah yeh so they are !

    Unless they are holding off selling it to Joe Public as they know it won't reach anywhere near enough what it would from 3, so are just holding it back for now.
     
  10. TinkyWinky United Kingdom

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    Still a crap tld IMHO.
     
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