Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by Acorn Newsbot, May 14, 2014.
Price: 5,000 EUR
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Blimey... Although this just proves it, a domain is truly worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Someone might have a super premium .uk for sale but if nobody is willing to part a reasonable amount of money for it then isn't it effectively worth diddly squat?
It's sales like this that make people sit on tons of crap domains in the hope of one day landing that decent end-user sale.
Although the domain itself isn't worth it, you have to consider the situation also. I mean for all we know, this could be a company who makes 5k an hour and has had weeks of planning/deciding on what name/brand to go with.
Looks like helloprint com sold for €1500 2013-07-17
Same people who just bought helloprint co uk
Unusual for the co.uk to cost more.
Not if you own the .com and are effectively being held to ransom for the .uk
The co.uk was registered 2011, the .com sold in 2013, so they didn't just register it because of the .com sale
From a quick search there seem to be a few companies called themselves "hello prints"
If someone asks you if your domain is for sale and how much would you like, and you say 5k and they agree, then whats the problem? everyones happy.
Risky - you're likely to lose anyway. Then the seller might ask for even more money, or refuse to sell to you at all.
If you did that to me I wouldn't sell you it for less than £10k :lol:
They completed the deal so they must of been happy.
They paid roughly 1/5 for the .com so they must have known they were over paying.
Or maybe they looked at it they would of paid £5000 for the £1200 for co.uk but managed to get the .com cheap so it was flipped
£6200 to secure the .com and co.uk of your brand is pretty good (if you didn't know the co.uk was £5000 )
You can't of been that unhappy or you wouldn't have completed the deals?
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