The future for 4L CVCV.co.uk

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  1. Seeplain

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    Hi,

    Wanted to know what thoughts there were out there regarding the future for CVCV.co.uk (4l's).

    Was thinking of getting a few but not quite sure what the future will hold for these.

    There are 400,000+ LLLL's so that would mean almost half a million just for the UK which given the population of the UK does not make sense...not certain though about the 20,000+ CVCV's

    Appreciate any comments.

    Regards,
     
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  3. RSK3000 United Kingdom

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    I think 3 letter .org.uks and 4 letter .co.uks have a good future if you are willing to hold on to them.
     
  4. Takwa United Kingdom

    Takwa Well-Known Member

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    I don't really know... especially there are so much competitions coming out like .asia and .me, consumer has much more choices...

    recently I saw them droppings like flies, caught a few good ones myself like thur.co.uk others meaningless ones are not really worth to keep for future investments.
     
  5. domtastic

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    If you look at the prices that good quality CVCV.coms are fetching (£X,XXX)then surely there is some value in decent CVCV.co.uks, even if they fetch 1/10th of the equivalent .com value (approximation)?

    I think they're a good investment, and reckon in a couple of years will be worth considerably more.
     
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