Yup. Pretty good eh :cool:
Yup. If they choose .UK over .CO.UK that might be a good sign for .UK
I've been seeing more and more .UK names on the sides of trucks/vans since the ROR
I just sold a .UK. w00dpeckers in .uk
O's instead of zeros... but glad that a small company has bought it.
You're the one providing longer answers to pointless posts than the ones that actually have a point to make. Not that I read your post. I'm trying...
I won't bother reading yours then. Not enough time ;)
I would think that's the point. If they land on the detergent website, they know they haven't reached the company they were expecting if they were...
They shouldn't be pushing .UK names because you don't like a specific domain that has been registered?
That's barmy :confused:
It won't be Kia, that's for sure :eek:
The DAC was useful because everyone had a fixed number of creates that they could fire per minute on the EPP, whether you got the name or not. So...
It said on this page before the RoR about the AUP and limits. It looks like it's all been made into past tense now, but it said the same as this,...
Sold one to an end user, but only for mid £xxx and I've had inquiries on one other.
2 letter .co.uk just aren't that attractive now that we have 2 letter .uk names. They don't look as nice as LL.uk
I used them until recently, but they don't have 2 factor auth which is what made me move. Nice and simple user interface though and not too...
Really nice sale. That appears to conclude the Domainlore RoR domain sales.
The site contains the same sentence many times per page. Adsense knows of the content of a page and won't show ads if there is not enough content,...
He needs an ssl certificate
How come it hasn't changed hands yet? Or have the nameservers just not changed..?
It looks like the excitement is dying down in the auctions now.
Separate names with a comma.