Oakley has filed 35 UDRP for domain names, and won almost all of them.
This one is playing with fire.
Obvious trademark issue.
I think that is taking it too literally. It is more the word of mouth test.
If you heard the website without seeing it in print or on a screen,...
I thiink you could do better for $50K.
Escrow.com works fine. I have closed hundreds of sales via them.
However, the biggest issue in selling domains is getting interest. If you are...
"All nearly" doesn't really make much sense as a stand alone phrase.
I highly doubt it. Reputable brokers are generally only interested in domains with high liquid value.
Anything is possible, but you need capital and a lot of other skills to make it happen.
It is highly unlikely someone entering the market today...
If you want to sell domains via inbound you need domains that get inquiries and offers.
Normally the better the domain, the more interest it gets....
Well, it is a relatively obscure name so the pool of end users is not that deep.
With that said, there are still around 1000 people in the US...
I agree. While it is obviously a good domain, I don't really see it as that relevant or useful to this end user.
When a buyer says they can't afford it like that, it generally means it is not worth anywhere near that amount to them.
I am sure if it was a...
Alright, well they were willing to pay nothing. So by that definition it is worth nothing.
Best of luck with future sales.
Maybe some domainers are not as good at branding as they think.
Let's take your example there "Cannabis Marijuana Weed". If that is their brand...
One thing that stands out to me -
"Welcome those with any budget. Yes, really!"
Good luck with that. It might sound great in theory, but it is...
In a way.
However, this is like a company saying they will donate 10% to charity if you pay $40,000 for a TV that is worth $1,500. Then bitching...
I don't see how a bunch of negative comments are going to make it more likely to result in a sale.
It looks like the post was removed. Probably...
Probably, and I am not really a fan of new extensions.
This one makes a lot of sense as there are a lot of end users for "Big World". I think...
This is obviously not cybersquatting, but you brought some of the roasting on yourself.
You are basically trying to sell a domain for way more...
Separate names with a comma.