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Hi, could you help me rate my domain myfonts.io

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  1. Martin883

    Martin883 Established Member

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    Good evening, fellow Namepro users. I’m testing the waters in the domain market, not expecting much just a little dabbling in the waters in my free time! Great way to spend the weekend nights!

    I have run websites, and still do run a few online businesses that are doing just fine so I’m not “completely” new to how a domain works per se.

    Anyways, I’ve heard you guys are a great bunch to help me evaluate these 3 domains I just recently picked up after some scouting (which was fun!).

    myfonts.io
    mymove.io
    pcshop.io

    Thanks for any help and feedback I get in advanced,
    Cheers lads
     
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  2. Alexaa

    Alexaa Established Member

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    pcshop.io - I really like this one. In my opinion, it is atleast $150 valuable(possible much more).
     
  3. whenpillarsfall

    whenpillarsfall Established Member

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    I never really see anything other than single word io domains sell.
     
  4. Martin883

    Martin883 Established Member

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    Hi, thanks for the reply. Appreciate it. I’ll hold it on Undeveloped for now and probably just list it over on Flippa if Undeveloped dosent do too well. Again, I’m not in a rush to sell, just dipping into the waters of domain selling and buying. Thanks.
     
  5. Martin883

    Martin883 Established Member

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    Thanks for your input. I see your point but I would say that all comes down on the buyer at the end of the day. Regardless, will see how this goes, thanks for the advice mate!
     
  6. Martin883

    Martin883 Established Member

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    I just have a question, not too sure which topic this should be posted in so I’ll just ask here.

    Would registering a .io domain of a company be wrong? I was just randomly looking and found one, checked NameBio and the company snapped up every other extension of their business, keep in mind, this was 5+ years back. I wanted to register that .io because it was a short 4 letter but every other extension leads to their business. I am aware of domain squatting, would this classify as squatting? Would you register the domain personally? Thanks!
     
  7. IridiumThunder

    IridiumThunder Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Maybe you will find this thread helpful: namepros.com threads consequences-of-registering-trademark-domains.778594

    I cannot post links yet so please replace spaces with '/'
     
  8. alcy

    alcy Top Member VIP

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    check namebio for .io sales. when you are done checking it all. you will know what sells. sadly, it is not the type of names you show here.

    always check namebio. and read read read... and learn.. namepros is good place.

    and do not worry or discourage if you fail in beginning.. it takes months or years of hard work to master domaining. there is no quick or easy money here at all.

    enjoy and gl
    ciao
     
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  9. Martin883

    Martin883 Established Member

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    Hi all thanks for the lovely feedback. All has been taken aboard.
     
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