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valuate.com said $17,000 US

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  1. tball909

    tball909 Member

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    looking for some appraisals

    diccionario.co.uk

    (spanish for dictionary.co.uk)

    valuate.com estimator said--- $17,000 US
    eval estimator said ----$21,599 US


    need human appraisals /offers
     
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  3. stevef1fan

    stevef1fan Well-Known Member

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    I don't see any value, but hopefully somebody on here can correct me !

    The problem is the automated valuation tool lacks the human insight into the practical uses of this name. The extension is the issue.

    Diccionario.es absolutely, but why would you have it with a .co.uk extension ?

    SpanishDictionary (.co.uk) is much better.

    If it's for an english speaker wanting to learn spanish I'm still not sure it's the best name. It's so easy to mis-spell.

    But perhaps I'm wrong, and I've opened up a debate !

    Good luck.

    Steve.
     
  4. DaveH United Kingdom

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    Steve hit the nail on the head. Rarely do you see high value sales for foreign words with a .co.uk extension.
     
  5. lebowski

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    Sorry to say this foreign word .co.uk (like most) is worthless imo. :rf

    Prove us wrong, find a buyer, and I'll eat my dictionary. Heh, maybe that could improve my vocab.
     
  6. newguy United Kingdom

    newguy Well-Known Member

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    I agree with the comments above. I don't think the geo mix works. .es would make more sense, even .com would some some... .co.uk is a bit tricky.
     
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