I've been developing websites since 2002, and as part of that I have studied and practiced search engine optimisation. One thing I have noticed over the last few years is the growing number of .org.uk domains that are appearing in the top 10 results for lots of competitive searches. I'm not suggesting we are seeing an algorithm change that in some way gives a boost to .org.uk domains, I think it is simply that more .org.uk domains are being registered and developed, but one thing is for sure, some people building very successful websites on .org.uk domains. So, apart from the fact that far more .co.uk domains have history, backlinks and earned authority than .org.uk domains, I believe that from an SEO point of view, .co.uk and .org.uk are pretty much even. That is to say that a newly registered .org.uk domain has just as much potential as a newly registered .co.uk, SEO wise. One major difference between .co.uk and .org.uk is that many people, quite rightly, believe that .org.uk is not really suited to a commercial site, such as a shop or paid service. That's a matter of opinion, and perhaps visitors coming in from search engines are unlikely to worry that there is a shop on a .org.uk, especially if they find what they want on the site. I do think .org.uk domains are great for information sites, directories, Blogs and free services. These can earn good revenue from direct and contextual advertising. So I am very surprised that domainers, particularly those who develop domains, do not see far more value in .org.uk domains. I've seen some really great .org.uk names left on the shelf. Do you guys think .org.uk will grow in value? I've seen a few have sold for big money recently, but still few people see great value in them.