Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by Pred, Aug 2, 2006.
statussymbol.co.uk & statussymbols.co.uk
a Cheers, Predator :twisted:
not bad - its just those double s's that annoy me. have u got the hyphen?
i must admit i don't like hyphens. i know what you're saying about the double s. checked the version you said & has gone (way back in 99) but net is available so can't be all that. i think sounds better, without hyphens. i've got the singular & plural, & must admit i really like them, regardless of price. what do you think in terms of value though? need a guide. Cheers, Predator :mrgreen:
Its hard to align with a market...which would indicate the potential value.
Its one of those terms thats hard to ascribe a value to!
cheers anyway. does anyone have an idea of a guide price to pitch for. cheers, Predator :twisted:
No applicable market or industry. Even finding a keyword on sedo will be tricky. It is 2 words, but fairly minimal value.
Price: 50GBP (100GBP for the pair)
you don't think bling, fashion, property or flash cars is applicable then. i think development has a lot of potential. 2 word phrase everyone has used in their lives. anyone else?
£50 quid is quite a huge valuation given Winnie's past record
I'd be proud!
you're sooooooo right!
amen brother, amen. Mind you he/she has rated telnet.co.uk as high thousands. maybe i'm missing something?
he has... and probably about right.
'winnie' has probably bought and sold (and deleted ) more names than you have had breakfasts.org.uk
Separate names with a comma.