Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by midman1, May 22, 2012.
Any ideas on this one?
This is not a consumer term, and even if this technology goes mainstream, people will still be searching for "cheap laptop". I would expect this domain to be very difficult to sell. Note no PPC ads appearing for the term on Google, i.e. no marketing being done.
Yeah...I can see where your coming from....Thanks for the feedback
As much as I enjoy reading about the developmental field of quantum physics (and the reality) The term will never have a usage or association outside of the science field
'Q' as a preset might find a place - But i wouldn't bet on it even at a domain level
Despite what the others have said, this could be worth hanging on to. Someone like IBM ould want it in the future.
I don't disagree with that statement - I've shifted quite a few technology domains to manufacturing concerns, (whereas the end user expects the product to perform as advertised) However, Unfortunately this example is .co.uk - which is not normally suited to their Global perspective, from my experience.
I don't think IBM (as was) exists anymore - certainly not as in its previous hardware capacity ?
Thank you all for your input..
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