Labeled as .ca in ccTLD Discussion, started by whitebark, Jul 7, 2008
MyID got Tech.ca...why am I not surprised?
I think MyID and Siber got all or most of the big ones.
Here's my best effort at a time-limited TBR Leftovers List:
Holy 3-Letter Leftovers, Batman!
Brad is at $805 at Siber right now
It will no doubt go higher.
Not from me....but I agree with you.
I thought I might sneak in with a cheeky $500-600 but obviously not going to happen
Last time I looked tech.ca was at $3,400 or so. What was the final?
Someone got a good deal if it sold for around that price. Tech.Pro sold earlier this month for $3,250.
Brad went for $1305
Do you think that is high or low?
Might take ages to sell but I think the price is fair.
That is sort of the way it is with most .ca's, even decent ones.
Could be a vanity purchase that someone wanted with no intention to sell it
Maybe Brad Pitt is moving to Canada and wanted to prove his love for Canada and .ca domains.. Maybe he will be the new CIRA spokesperson and will use Brad.ca to promote .ca’s.
I don't think so.
High for an investor, right-on for an end user.
So far this week on the TBR, its...
and a big pile of junk.
It's really bad, like this kind of a drop-off.
570.ca is also dropping.
and a 50 character .ca
The domains we come across because they’re alphabetically inclined.
Sorry. Didn’t mean that as a jab.
I transferred-out a couple domains from WHC.ca to another registrar, but the domains I transferred are still showing in my WHC account (even though they clearly aren't there anymore). I'm now getting emails from WHC to renew these domains before they expire.... Anybody else notice this before? I assume this is a glitch and I'm safe to ignore these emails?
It happens all the time at certain registrars, especially Rebel. If they're sitting in your other account, then just ignore it.
P.S. Does anyone know what TECH.ca finally sold for?
Anyone here develop a travel affiliate site for a Canadian destination? If so, I'd love to chat
Sorry I cant help you but hopefully someone reaches out.
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