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Up to let dot com

Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by Marcus.Heap, Mar 14, 2011.

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  1. Marcus.Heap United Kingdom

    Marcus.Heap Active Member

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    I have UpToLet.com and just booked the .co.uk for completeness

    Any idea on price?
     
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    what do you think??

    reg fee for the pair to be honest
     
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    Bailey Well-Known Member

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    Unless you know of a Country that uses the term for the .com. Then I agree, no value.

    As a small rider to your "completeness" stratergy - I too used to make this mistake of thinking the .com & UK pairing was a worthwhile investment, As a general rule it isin't if your intention is domain sales (different if it's a full-blown development) The same goes for the Plural-Singular pairing.

    An old domain hand explained the logic to me many years ago - and I was very against his thinking until I decided to let quite a few (second pair) domains drop. Then the 'proverbial' penny dropped. Obviously key words are a slightly different matter. But, if both the .com and .co.uk (or singular/plural) are available to hand register - there's a bloody good reason.
     
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    Does the US not use the term "let" for homes?
     
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    bensd Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    The "up" kills it. ToLet.com would be reasonably valuable.

    The UK uses "let".
     
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