The correct website address doesn't need to be a. Com
Something those on the. Com bandwagon have yet to realise
I am in the uk
It's a uk...
No one makes me offers on any of my domain names lol
Bought for £1.19
Emoji website address
Would have cost £4.60
But I forgot to change the 2 years to 1 year...
A few recent domain name purchases as
Good sale but 35% commission is a bit steep
That domain is ideal for a tech venture start up
It wouldn't surprise me if a tech giant bought it or eventually buys it
Space ship. Uk
It may have sold for more on
A domain name auction website that sells only. Co.uk And.uk website...
I bought a few emoji website addresses a year or so but let most of them expire but bought a couple of emoji website addresses this weekend but...
Is a uk founded fast food delivery tech venture start up based on a uk Cctld
It is about branding
It's not a keyword it's a brandable
Anyone who buys it will make it more successful
Examples of other posh areas of the uk
Flippa has the perfect website address for an auction website
Flippa could sell houses via automated auction or cars or er anything or...
The ideal buyer is media options
They have done a fantastic job with domain sherpa
Ot would be good too for undev or efty or unregistery
Separate names with a comma.