Discussion in 'Domain Name Wanted' started by jimmc, Jul 24, 2009.
As above, so if anyone has any gold??? names let me know here or pm.
Plus bin please...
See this thread I started......
It may help and save repeating them all.
All £xxxx each
Will have a look - thanks...
Wow Grant, its only an idea for a start up and it might not even get off the ground looking to spend around a hundred quid!!
mygold xxxx for a name you picked up a couple of months ago for a fiver. Youre really out to do people a favour arent you :lol:
Can't quite decide if you're joking or having a go!
Firstly, you didn't state your budget in your original post, if you had I wouldn't have wasted my time.
mygold.co.uk was a catch, the reg date and price paid means nothing, it's a top quality domain taken in almost every other extension. Lee caught tangerine.co.uk 2 days ago, does the recent reg date and price paid make it not worth the 4 figure offers he's getting? A good domain is a good domain.
And no, I'm not out to do people favours, this is business!
To be fair, gold does always command a price. Even more so now it's being sold out of vending machines at a train station near you soon. I let one drop whilst out having fun, lost £10k there, if the associated extensions would have ever bought.
The smiley should have been a clue!!
I'm not saying its not a good name but imho while it might be worth low to mid xxx its not worth xxxx
Keep your toys in the pram Grant
Just for future reference, saying something in a serious tone and then finishing it off with a smiley doesn't instantly make it look like a joke!
As for your valuation, I completely disagree - this is a 4 figure domain.
Are you considering general jewellery names or just scrap gold names?
If the former, then i have pelegrina // .co.uk - caught a couple of months ago, was previously a jewellery store and dmoz listed.
Looking for something searchable and it should have gold in it somewhere.
What extensions are you looking for ?
.co nothing else really has any commercial value...
goldbought / co / uk
pm if interested
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