Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by QFCO, Oct 4, 2009.
Which extension is better and widely accepted?
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Let me use my Sherlock Holmes powers to guess something..... because you cunningly put the .me.uk into a rather unnatural second place in the question.....
You have just bought a load of "good" .me.uk which you are now hoping to sell on for £xxx to £xxxx ?
Glad to see you looking so perky Dale. My Sherlock Holmesian powers had also allowed me to see the "Looking for Uk...." thread....
Doesn't mean my prediction ain't true tho.... I mean seriously... is a full on .co.uk Generic investor going to ask if .me.uk is a better extension...?
LOL quite so indeed. Anyway, I know now why I didn't get a reply to my PM to the OP about the other 'purchasing' thread.
Thanks for trying to use your powers to guess my motive behind the question. In fact, I do not own any me.uk names. It was an honest inquiry.
I'd put the value ratio something like this:-
Though even that may be too generous to .me.uk!
Lol... fair enough!
Another way of looking at it is to look at the numbers of each extension registered.
As of a month or two ago (August sometime), this was the distribution of registrations in the 3 extensions according to one of the tech guys at Nom:
It's also probably wise to remember that not all of the extensions have always been the same price historically for new registrations.
Those numbers of registrations paint a very similar picture when turned into percentages...
However you look at it, .me.uk is a long long long way from being a commercially exciting extension.
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