More names added above :-)
Offers invited on these tech-related .UK names.
A handful of tourist/renowned geo names which were intended for a now-defunct project.
Offers on the lot welcome.
GowerPeninsula.co.uk / .uk...
Last call for these - £75 the lot.
Each pair sold as a pair at £20. Job lot for £140.
Buyer pays any Nominet fees. Post name and SOLD.
ParkingAid.co.uk and ParkingAid.uk...
What they all said. But I'd start from first principles - i.e. writing for your target market, and then optimising.
The content makes the website...
Either that, or just introduces 3.5 million extra resellers into the nasty secondary market ;-)
Established .co.uk owners with no use for a .uk...
Storekeeper.co.uk + UK
BIN £65. Buyer pays Nominet fees (I will change tags if necessary).
Offers welcomed for this pairing:
Please PM any interest.
So the Americans are watering down English with 'homeopathy'.
Kinda ironic ;)
ITResellers.co.uk, including UK right of registration.
Registered since 2013. Buyer pays Nom fee.
Offers invited by PM for these.
There are only really a handful of ways of monetising domains without any offline operations:
write (or commission) content, do SEO work and sell...
Unsullied by an existing presence (e.g. presence in search results, archive.org, irrelevant or bad links and so on).
Think of it this way: end...
Congrats - I see that you've reached £230 for the three domains.
Bodes well for the others.
Upselling would probably be the easiest way (either single or 3 rotating) - especially if you can demonstrate the value that you've given the...
I don't think that there is a convention.
Some domainers with a tag go all-out on making the WHOIS record read like an ad notice...
Gov.uk has some information in lay terms:...
Offers are invited on any of the Tech and Telecoms related domains below (please note that I'm not in a rush to sell these so 'low ball' offers...
Separate names with a comma.