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I have DomainsUniversity.com need advice

Labeled as Selling in Promotional, started by sanket777, Nov 21, 2015

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  1. sanket777

    sanket777 Established Member

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    Hello Masters !!!
    I am glad to be part of this amazing place where everyone is gaining and also helping newbies and other to grow !!
    I need advice on this:
    I have a domain name DomainsUniversity.com which initially was bought for quick sale but now I am thinking to develop a blog.
    The blog with handpicked names updated daily which are available and can be easy to quick flip !!

    I need suggestions advises and support as usual !!

    sorry for bringing this out of trend (CHIP CHIP CHIP everywhere ) topic :xf.wink:
     
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  2. Rory Ivey

    Rory Ivey Top Contributor VIP

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    I don't think DomainsUniversity is the ideal name for the idea you have, but it could still work. Also the singular form "Domain" would be better(DomainUniversity). The name sounds like a place where people go to learn and develop their domaining skills, where people share knowledge and help each other. Kind of like here on Namepros. But if you use a name for something people will eventually come to know it for that...
     
  3. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Top Contributor VIP

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    Agree, plural in the first part kills it. Proper phrase is "Domain University".
     
  4. sanket777

    sanket777 Established Member

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    actually I coudnt managed to flip it because of that extra 's' but for a blog it would work fine I guess
     
  5. sanket777

    sanket777 Established Member

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    also I have DomainColumn.com and DNguide.net too so among these 3 which one could be better ?
     
  6. disaac81

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    DomainColumn is good for a news site, although would work for a blog too (kinda the same thing if your blogging news right ;))

    The university version would seem to be aimed more at learning with guides and courses. Also agree that the 's' is a bit of a downer on that one.
     
  7. sanket777

    sanket777 Established Member

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    more suggestions ??
     
  8. Kachi

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    If you are thinking of developing, extension may not hurt you so I go for DNGuide.net

    Example: expireddomains.net
     
  9. sanket777

    sanket777 Established Member

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    thank you !!
     
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    Is DomainUniversity.org worth having???
     
  11. Ategy

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    Hmmmn .. not sure how this would get a passing grade ...

    Lesson #1 at DomainUniversity.org:
    - Whenever possible, unless it's a spectacular domain, go with the .com!

    DomainUniversity.org is a good domain .. but not a spectacular one. I'd buy it (very cheap) as an end user .. but probably not as an investor. That being said .. I do have a bunch of names like this myself.
     
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