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    DaveLeeds Well-Known Member

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    .co.uk along with .uk - any thoughts? With it being a Andy Hughes cast off not sure of any previous interest.
     
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    The HMRC do a pretty good job themselves at providing a UK tax guide, which then seriously affects the viability of providing an alternative. Imagine the absolute nightmare keeping it updated and correct, the subject of tax is HUGE.
     
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    I would agree with this if you were attempting to create a guide.

    I like the domain from a "Ronseal" point of view, i.e. does what it says, it is what it is, it's the right term for the market. I don't feel it's going to be easy for you to make a good domain sale, although there might be a little potential.

    You're up against taxguide.co.uk, which will be even stronger as taxguide.uk.

    There should be some revenue generation potential. Lead generation for tax businesses, and perhaps software sales.

    Rgds
     
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    Thank you both for your input.
     
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    This has got me thinking about how viable building a lead generation service for local tax businesses would be.

    Rgds
     
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