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Does gender sell

Located in General Domain Discussion, started by topdom, Feb 9, 2020

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  1. topdom

    topdom Top Contributor VIP

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    Many years ago there was a thread or just a sentence in a domain forum: s-x sells.

    Maybe I misunderstood it, and assumed adult domains would sell. They don't.

    Maybe it was like, promoting cars by placing ladies with high heels and tight fancy dresses next to them, and make them touch the car while they use some special face and body language. Or don't use ladies, make the car have its own curves.

    And apply it to domains. How.
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    Or what other type of images would help.
    Cute images: I don't think so.
    Powerful imagess, like skyscraper, or eagle, or a big cat: not sure
    Flag with the domain on it: worth trying but time consuming
    Animations: time consuming
     
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    lock BACKLINKRZ.COM VIP

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    Adult is more work than mainstream. It used to be a strong market 20 years ago it has dwindled away. Now only absolute premium will retain value but nothing like past values brands have no hope without 1000's of links pages with content etc. Every single domain sold second hand is required to show traffic every adult domain buyer will ask about traffic and revenue or rubbish it.
     
  3. equity78

    equity78 Top Member TheDomains Staff TLDInvestors.com PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    No they don't sell as well. A lot of people want them cheap in that business and they will use a lot of alternative spellings.
     

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