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  1. SEU

    SEU Active Member

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    Hi, as l-l and n-n domains are all gone (.com, .co.uk, etc), what do you think about the values on l-l & n-n.org.uk?
     
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  3. grantw United Kingdom

    grantw Well-Known Member

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    As LLL domains generally sell much more often and usually for higher amounts than L-L / N-N you would be much better off registering LLL.org.uk domains. The last time I looked there are loads left, I sold 2 this week for £350 each.

    Grant
     
  4. mat United Kingdom

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    I actualy own LLL.org.uk lol
     
  5. SEU

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    True, there are some nice L-L left, thought it might sell better than LLL.org.uk, well, not really sure about it, I've just got one L-L.org.uk, will wait and see.
     
  6. SEU

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    Lol, sweet! Any traffic?
     
  7. devolution

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    Care to share which ones? Were they premium or word LLL's? End users? :p
    But good news for us .org.uk holders...
     
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    There were single word lll.org.uk domains available the last time I looked... perhaps some are a little too obscure...

    Can you share the names Grant?

    Rich :cool:
     
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    I can't share the domains but they were decent letter acronyms, not words and the buyers were end users who couldn't get the .co.uk.

    Grant
     
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    Ive got a few l-l.co.uk buzz me for more details. Make sure you have pleanty of cash ready.
     
  13. tiptop

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    what's an l-l?
     
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    l = letter
    n = number
    c = character
     
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    :rolleyes: LETTER HYPHEN LETTER
     
  16. tiptop

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    So, you guys saying any domain such as

    a-b.com
    a-z.com

    etc.?

    OK, got it now! duh! lol

    Cheers
     
  17. chik

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    confused (not.com!)

    Hi
    As I am new to this site and quite new to owning domain names, I am confused about some of the terminlogy l-l, LLL, L-L and n-n. Help! :grin:
     
  18. doodlebug United Kingdom

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    L = Letter
    N = Number
    C = Constinent
    V = vowel
    - = Hyphen which is used to seperate words

    So L-L eg, B-F / N-N eg, 3-6 / LLLL eg, KYFD / NNN eg, 345
    CVCV eg, GOBE / VCVC eg, ILED / LL-NN eg, BN-45
    Followed by the extension eg, KYFD.co.uk or BN-45.com
    Doesn't matter what letters or numbers and wether you use hyphens or not or which extension, This terminology is simply to make things easier for domainers.
    Hope you get the idea ?
     
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    now I know

    Thanks Doodlebug - it's so easy when you know how ;)

    Chik
     
  20. springer United Kingdom

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    I notice many .org.uk domain names are used by charities. Is there much value for commercial companies using such names? Is there a way to find out which companies currently use the .org.uk extension? - a quick search on Google returned a whole list of charities.
     
  21. Pred United Kingdom

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    yes loads use them although .org.uk gets treated extremely well by search engines becuase often they are charities, great info sites, resources etc
    although there are absolutley no restrictions on .org.uk and you can use for anything a .co.uk is used for

    go onto google now and search for ringtones...
    you will find a hyphenated .uk.com lol thats top ( a subdomain lol)

    search google for cash, a .org.uk is top, now admittedly its nonprofit and has nothing to do with cash but still top

    now try recycling, yes well suited to .org.uk of course, again, a hyphenated one is top!

    i have a number of parked .org.uk first page and in some cases top on yahoo.com, they get a fair bit of traffic as a result

    seek and ye shall find. its not always easy to develop any domain out, without having products etc yourself and imo adsense pays so little isnt always worth, but they are a great option imo, the best option for the money if you dont have deep pockets, want a chance with an enduser and can develop
     
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