Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by Pierre Barnard, Aug 15, 2016.
Please help met to appraise:
They're not really awful or anything, but you might be in for a bit of a wait to find a buyer.
In the UK, we don't really have the "pizza pie" phrase. It's just pizza here However, the name feels quite brandable, so would be worth holding onto. To the right buyer it'd probably be worth low-mid £xxx max.
FamousArtists feels like an information site. If you're prepared to build it and monetise it yourself, maybe there's some traffic potential. I don't see much resale value though.
famousartists.co.uk - Not that valuable as not that commercial. Weakly brandable, no real commercial intent. Low value.
pizzapie.co.uk - Some weak brandability because of the alliteration. Overall very hard to sell and limited potential.
Immediately thought of this
I thought of this (gotta love a bit of Dean Martin)
From his eel spotting days...'hey that's a moray... that's a moray'.
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