Putting the company number from the website into endole.co.uk shows it being founded by a Matthew Bullas who is still an active director. Putting...
If we use Amazon as the example.
It's like saying "ohh, since 1994 the searches for Amazon have gone sky high. I'm going to build the best site...
Seems pretty clear why the searches have increased and what they are looking for.
I don't know anything about adsense websites, but if I was to land on this site and wonder if it was legit I would think:
No physical address
If someone finds the cure for cancer they aren't going to need some crappy .uk domain in order to get the word out.
Or just read the thread before posting?
Cool. Would you mind changing the title of this thread so it doesn't include the full domains please - alternatively deleting the whole thread...
Acorn members: "you should only use .co.uk" "no, .uk is best"
Everyone else: *Obliviously clicking away and buying things through geni.us and...
And also DL actually has domain auctions
This thread pretty much covers everything https://www.acorndomains.co.uk/threads/twitter-account.155275/
I remember a guy from here called Henry (iirc) buying the .co.uk to build a wedding site. Very surprised he didn't reg the .uk
Without looking I'm gonna say not enough to make it worth $14,000
If the email is only ever going to be typed into websites then it does it really matter what the prefix is?
I think @ian offered to reg them for Acorn members
Funny you recognise that behaviour
firstname.lastname@example.org would be my preference, try and stop all those personal emails heading off to the wrong place.
Feel like I'm gonna be watching this domain grow up, get a job, start a family and eventually retire at this rate..
Separate names with a comma.