Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by retired_member6, Jul 27, 2006.
low mid or high £xxx? could I try for £xxxx well I can always try... could I get?
Come on you loverlies, give us your opinion, I may sell this in the morning just need a guide price, pm if want to be discreet, I'm more than happy getting feedback any way I can. A company wants me to call them tomorrow about it after I sent a few speculative emails.
Paid inclusion is a search engine term meaning paid inclusion to the likes of yahoo etc see archive.org, massive on its own, and the term is so generic (if you prefer that to top keyword) you can't get more generic by hitting it with a generic stick to smash more generic into it if you tried. :mrgreen: Blackadder 2010.
If you're interested in making an offer before I have a chat in the morning then please step forward but at the moment I'm after your thoughts, appraisals, I have an amount in mind for this whopping great big huge amazingly bang on the nose generical generic but I'd like to hear yours.
If you insist. £0 possibly less.
I just don't see how the name could be used to make money. Does it earn on PPC?
PPC aint the be all and end all. You're very pessimistic when it comes to domains, well other peoples. But feedback is feedback. I only got it today, and 123 reg has lost the domain so I'll let you know if I don't sell it too quick. To me it sums up an whole service, that being paid inclusion.
I'm no expert. All I know is that over the past few years I've sold about £200K worth of domains, so I've got a feel for price. It has made me rather cynical about the obviously over-hyped names that crop up every day in this forum.
I'm sure that even some of the published prices are fictional.
All I can work on is experience. If I underpriced domains they would fly off the shelves. They don't.
Yes, some of my names are crap, but at least I don't try to polish them.
Yes well you're not being very polite by using the word fictional in this post so I hope you're not meaning me, this is the second time you've put that in one of my posts. I listened to your feedback and gave you some back, if it's worth £0 then fair enough but even 123-reg sold it for £6.
All I'm stating is when it comes to paid inclusion, that's exactly what it says on the tin, unless they changed the name for paid inclusion or I've got it all wrong. I welcome feedback, I just gave you something constructive back. PPC isn't the be all and end all but it does help in a lot of sales and also paid inclusion is an evil but so is high CPC.
FC you really can be a twit, behave yourself will you.
Separate names with a comma.