Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by Sophie12, Dec 30, 2016
How is it ?
Interesting name. On name bio all the .site were sold at low xxx but that's before the .site were not approved in china. With .site approved in china, things might be different.
Not really seeing the point? What does it mean? Who would want it? What purpose would it serve? I don't really see this name being all that useful for an end-user.
it's definitely cute hack...
and namebio can't mean anything with new gtld's
because the aftermarket for the gtld is not up yet
but let me ask you that,
who is going to buy it?
Chinese are crazy about domain names , chinese website is perfect combination . .site approved in china , no one knows what will happen in 2017 . Happy New Year
I have the following .site
Happy New Year
Agreed. I don't see this being a hot seller.
hey sophie , not a great domain ,you probably regged it for 1.20 ,but dont renew for $15 , but try listing it here you may make a good percent on your investment
Bought $1.20 each
Do these clever prefix/suffix combinations have to be called 'Hacks', I think 'Hybrid' lends a more 'legitimate' tone to an industry that the general public (Our Potential Customers) already find 'desperate' if not outright repulsive.
As for the name in question, as cute as it is. It is so generic it defies value. I simply do not get it. It could sell for $250 or $250,000, time will tell.
Maybe a GeoCities type scenario or a Web Development Company that specialises in the Namesake, if you were interested in developing.
I have full year to expire , so i think i easily sell it for xxx range . Hope for Best . Thanks for your valuable response . I know what i have .
You Hacked my idea nice list .
Agree partially . I did read the post of the .shop and .site being approved by China and was gonna look to register a couple of better ones that makes sense but didn't do until i saw your post . One year to expire same as you so lets see if they can bring any xxx.
When .site is approved in China, what does it mean? Does it mean the government lets people in China now use .site to build website? Does it mean before it was approved, no one in China were allowed to use .site?
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