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  • Overall, not going to make any change for the extension. It was one of the best names in the extension and casino names always do well.

    Will help the registry cover some bills.
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  • Chad
    replied to Shop.network
    The more valuable names are going to stay that way. Short .coms and one word .coms are not going downwards.

    Mid level names are moving downwards and probably will continue....
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  • Chad
    replied to Shop.network
    Domains won't disappear they just become less relevant.

    The ways people get to websites has changed and is changing.

    I watch videos at YouTube.com and YouTu.be...makes no difference to me.

    I click on links that take me there. The domain is a non issue.

    That's just one point of many....
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  • Chad
    replied to Med.Center
    Article from 2013

    https://usa.m3.com/press/m3-group-pa...-and-portugal/

    Maybe even quote 35k......
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  • Chad
    replied to Med.Center
    I'd quote 15K for it and stick to it until they counter.

    Some companies can take a long time to reply.

    The title in Google for your domain is Sex Life by the way...kind of odd....
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  • Chad
    replied to modeling.vip
    That's how I see it as well.

    Modeling goes with VIP but chances of an end user sale is small.

    I have not heard of any .vip sales yet except on Chinese side and who knows what they are doing over there.

    I have some nice ntlds that get no inquiries (they become drop potentials at renewal time). I also have many nice dotcoms that rarely get inquiries.

    Some of my top ntlds, if I have the for sale banner on, get many inquiries. On some of them they...
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  • Chad
    replied to The real threat to new gTLD investors
    The real threat to domains are companies like Google that try their best to take address bar traffic.

    If they have it their way the address bar will become just a search bar....getting close....
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  • Chad
    replied to The real threat to new gTLD investors
    Two things...

    First, there's no need to make this change. Companies already have their domains and those that don't have many options to get one.

    We really don't need all these ntlds either...but they are here...kinda.

    It's not the same as with .com because there is more than just .com

    A company that wants to call itself Natural Choice, for example can be NaturalChoice.com/net/org/biz/etc and still be Natural Choice without having to add or take...
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  • Chad
    replied to Appraisal needed for Consultant.Guide
    Wholesale $0-$20 End user $500-$2000.

    Chances of selling to an end user close to zero.
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  • Chad
    replied to The real threat to new gTLD investors
    The victims of spoofing are usually not very savvy internet users. There are many ways to spoof them. I see no benefit there.

    If the nothing left of dot happens, it could change the game slightly. ICANN would have to substantially drop pricing and yearly dues first.

    For well known one word brand names this could work.

    Overall, too much confusion. Users would have to go to .brand on some and regular URL's for everything else. No way to get rid of all existing...
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  • Chad
    commented on 's reply to modeling.vip
    Yea, not sure why he mentioned your buy price.
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  • Chad
    replied to modeling.vip
    One thing I never liked much about domain forums is when people ask for opinions and can't take straight shooting criticism.

    I used to say on an old forum long ago, if you are only looking for positive opinions then please state that.

    If you put something out on a discussion board you gotta be open for whatever comes your way. Even if it's not directly related to your question.

    Everyone sees things differently.

    There's a few folks here that have...
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  • Chad
    replied to The real threat to new gTLD investors
    I don't see this happening ever.

    At least not affecting domain sales much.

    Why would one go from say Brand.com to something.brand? Maybe as a redirect or marketing campaign.

    I know dumb decisions are made but won't happen on a large enough scale to make a difference.

    Never know what the landscape will look like in 10,20,30 years from now though.

    Think about how tech has changed everything from just 20 years ago...and now we are entering...
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  • I can upload photos here. Hit the camera button at top left of message window.
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  • Time to check out them auto-renewals....going to be some unhappy campers.
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  • I sold a .hosting a couple months ago for 1200...poor guy
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  • I thought it was said click and link would go up a dollar each.

    Either way, it's too costly to hold them except really strong ones. There weren't many in .link that slipped past the registry holds but in click there were many good one worders. It's just too weak of an extension though to haul many around.
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  • Chad
    replied to Crypto.Show
    Thecryptoshow , com is the only site I see using the term.

    Maybe crypto currency conventions/shows are going to be a thing or are.

    ? No clue...
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  • Chad
    replied to Shop.network
    It's been said by many experienced folks that it will take 10+ years before these catch on.

    I still think they will but by then domains *may not* be worth as much...?

    At some point in time, many years out, extensions will be very blurred. They probably won't even be noticed much. People click, tap, point, swipe to get places nowadays. They don't type in domains as much. Companies like Google are making sure to blur the address bar as well to steal traffic before a person...
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