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Sedo Sale: raw.co.uk (15,000 GBP)

Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by Acorn Newsbot, May 25, 2012.

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  1. Acorn Newsbot

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    Nice price for a LLL, highest one for some time.
     
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    Would view as a word, although it is LLL.

    These folk - rawtelevision_co_uk (£835,000 profit (2009)).

    Seems low for an end user sale for such a calibre domain. The downside of selling through a market place where you don't know who the buyer is.
     
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    Agreed. Nice acorn level sale, but end user would have hoped more IMHO.
     
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    disagree
    lowballers on acorn wouldn't pay anywhere near that in a million years
    i doubt a third of that, on a good day
    as you and others say, acorn is the bootsale

    it's a good domain
    but if you look at screenshot at domaintools last time was up seller was saying it was 'appraised' or valued over £10k :rolleyes:
    if buyer sees that straight away you are limiting what you can negitiate on
    based on that surprised he got £15k

    plus just because they made a profit of £800k in 2009 as foz is suggesting it's not that much, especially depending on turnover and staff and risks
    doesn't mean you can ask £50k for just a domain

    looking around, they were prob the main buyer and if that was their max. then...

    I thought was solid sale when I saw reported tbh
    also see still on sedo ns
    not sure if seller switched to sedo recently or buyer came through a broker
     
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    Not sure, like a comparableish one I have - eye.co.uk - one word generic LLL. I would imagine shifting it on here wouldnt be hard. Admittedly would be to people via phone, email or other forums, but they are 'on' here too.

    Perhaps I need to stop seeing formally active members as the same as active ones :)
     
  8. ratboy United Kingdom

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    I once sold a very comparable LLL for the same price to a similar company.
     
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    I thought it looked a pretty good sale for the seller and i'm sure he or she is pretty happy. I appreciate the 'potential' buyer match. But, imagine letting that buyer slip away because of price.

    Can't see it having many more "cash-earning" potential buyers lining up at that price
     
  10. sdsinc Iceland

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    Nice, it was depressing to see LLL.co.uk selling for low lately.
     
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