Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by mat, Jul 5, 2010.
Only for 24hrs though ;-)
I'm happy with my purchase. I wasn't planning on spending a grand last night, but sometimes opportunities knock just once.
Do I suspect sarcism Mat
Luke I hope your .org.uk as big UK exacts and good luck with it
The value of anything is basically what someone's prepared to pay for it. I think that sale thread showed a strong upshift for .org.uk domains - nine or ten people voted with their dough. If someone told you 15 years ago not to waste money buying up all the generic .co.uk's, you'd be kicking yourself now if you hadn't spotted a trend/opportunity - just like me
.org.uk are whats left that will rank well its a no brainer why buy .co .cc or whatever
you need something that will rank and .org.uk `s do so its just another avenue to get in to a niche were someone is sat on a .co.uk or .com or both the org.uk will go straight through if the density is ok so if someone is asking 40,000 for DebtConolidationLoans.co.uk
whats the .org.uk worth please tell me as i have it along with approx 2,000 of the buggers
you have 2000 .org.uk?
be interested to see your top 20
I have been offered £15,000 for one of mine recently, although couldn't agree the price I wanted for it in the end and we went our seperate ways.
But .org.uk's are certainly on the rise as they get more used, bit like a snowball rolling down hill. Although still only a little way down the hill as of yet, but picking up speed.
Don't snowballs melt away to nothing...? I know you can list them well ( which I suppose is what counts )and maybe a few being worth more than a few k, Can’t think of any business that’s based around one exclusively can anyone ?Highest I remember was games.org .uk $9000 … Think you'll always be able to sell any good generic in nearly any extension just not so sure many will..?
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