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  • This was one of their top 5 in the extension, the kind the registry reserves, good casino domains always do well. You would only see a bump from domainers, not actual end users on such news.
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  • Great sale, I can imagine how many inquiries it got. If you have the backend, and the legal status, it is a great business to be in, almost like owning a mint. With enough traffic, they can probably make their cost back on the back of a good loser in a single week.
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  • airmax
    replied to Internet.Network
    As stated above you are looking at the words broken up, and not the branding potential, it is just to generic, who is going to use it for what purpose?
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  • airmax
    replied to New.Center
    When you drop the price from $15K to $9k every other week, they are just going to wait a year to make you look desperate. What's wrong with it, why is nobody else buying it? They are asking themselves this.

    Lots of GTLD inquiries are from people thinking you are the registry, and they are buying them for reg fee from you. If you are not in the industry, and you land on a page, you have no clue.
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  • airmax
    replied to Med.Center
    He said they were based out of Spain, but you never know, either way that is another end user lead.

    I hope you get $15K also, you have to get the right deals, when the right buyers come along, otherwise you will just drown if it is all $1-2K deals....
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  • airmax
    replied to Med.Center
    To tread lightly, I would counter with $8-10K, if you have no other information on them. Otherwise you have to use what you know to counter accordingly.

    These facilities are usually branded, or geo specific, so don't get to attached if you are not affiliated with the medical industry within yourself.
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  • airmax
    replied to modeling.vip
    Some domains are great, but they will never sell.

    You have to ask yourself are you a domain collector, or domain investor.

    Because when you get into the GTLD realm present day, your chance or sell thru drops to a decimal compared to the .com in an overall case study.

    So let's take modelingvip.com, owned by a domain investor, no other extensions ever registered, for example .net .org etc...

    Let's take the british/canadian version modellingvip.com...
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  • airmax
    replied to The real threat to new gTLD investors
    Some good points, but it is not just the onetime outlay of acquiring the extension. You still need some sort of backend platform to manage it, along with recurring fees, and assurances to icann, along with a strong legal framework of getting your application together.

    Up until a week ago I had no blue .broker, or .forex were even live extensions, and I try to follow GTLD's, the odd time the random extension being live surprises me.

    I see .hospital coming out soon, I am...
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  • airmax
    replied to modeling.vip
    A good rule is to stay away from ING domains from the most part, unless totally generic, or high search volume.

    I think this is a term many would not even register for 99 cents. I am not sure why you paid $20 for it, but good luck.
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  • That is a tough one emirates.property, just because I know what a house in Dubai costs. I like Magic.Audio, and Solar.Flowers seems like a new tech product.

    The rest I would drop, the other 3 put you in a tough position of shelling out $900 for 10 years...
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  • It would have been nice for domains that are registered in house at Uniregistry.com, to have some sort of grandfather clause, customer loyalty. Even at a wholesale level these names are just not worth the cost.


    .CLICK currently priced at $6.88, will renew at $13.88.
    .DIET currently priced at $19.88, will renew at $168.88.
    .FLOWERS currently priced at $29.88, will renew at $168.88.
    .HOSTING currently priced at $29.88, will renew at $498.88.
    .LINK currently...
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  • airmax
    replied to Shop.network
    You have no idea what is coming down the pipeline 5-10 years out. Who knows all domains maybe obsolete. The business end of it has always been sell retail, buy wholesale, and keep moving.

    The domain outlined in this thread is a decent one, it has potential depending who is behind the offer. Sometimes you can scare them away with a big number, sometimes you can engage them, it takes time, and research. Best to open up a conversation first, then start talking numbers.

    ...
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  • airmax
    replied to dot broker
    Why don't mainstream registries carry .broker? That is going to be a big hurdle in selling them, unable to transfer to any registry an end user uses?
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  • airmax
    replied to Shop.network
    For sure counter at $8-10k, it's not your only domain, do not worry about losing 1, there will be more.

    It's a tough call the buyer might only have $2.5k to spend, or they may have more. At such a counter you can test them if you want your $5k range.

    I think many are a bit more liberal about taking some money off the table after last weeks news story. Your not a domain collector, your a domainer.

    This person still faces an uphold development challenge, you...
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  • airmax
    replied to LL & NN Domains
    Off topic, and maybe on point, single letters, A.Keyword they seem to rarely be talked about, not many people know about them. There are some good grandfathered ones in accounts, but if you are registering them for the first time now, they are running about $2590-$500 pear year.

    They can be very broadly used. From my experience on the most part the rarity of the LL NN when it comes to gtld's, after the China collapse is really no real demand there for the most part. Even if you do...
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  • If others follow suit the gtld program will effectively be dead.

    This looks at a very hardlined attempt to get a short term revenue boost, but the downside blowback
    comes with a huge price.

    I don't know why uniregistry is not informing registrants, I have received no emails about price hikes. This concerns me, I am loyal, but my loyalty might have reached its limit.

    They are really testing the legal vulnerability within these contracts.

    ...
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  • There is no mention of grandfathering, increases across the board, will force the drop of some good domains, will they be reclaimed by north sounds for end user sale?

    Not good news, puts us back 4 years, 3 years into the build out.
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  • airmax
    replied to gTLD Twitter Poll
    Schilling: big price increases needed to keep new gTLDs alive

    http://domainincite.com/21603-schill...ew-gtlds-alive...
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  • airmax
    replied to Dr visit online
    Usually when you own the best terms, it is for the reason you don't need to waste money registering lessor terms, as you already own top tier.

    I know lots of promos are going on right now, I see all the new registrations as simply a waste of money.

    There is just so much good stuff out there right now, but the market is stalled. No new extension, which means no fresh marketing for potential buyers out there....
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