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Internetski.com - croatian for 'internet'

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Brian Klug, Jul 11, 2019.

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  1. Brian Klug

    Brian Klug Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    20 year old domain (1999)

    Google search for "internetski" - About 1,260,000 results

    Thank you for opinions & appraisals.
     
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  2. talking.domains

    talking.domains DotKing.com VIP

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    hi, it doesn't mean 'internet' in croatian. It doesn't sound good as a name at all, incomplete. Not even a noun in this case.

    Croatian internet is same word as english word - internet
     
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  3. Whop

    Whop Established Member

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    Native Croatian speaker here, I would say it is decent.
    However, it does not mean "internet", it is descriptive adjective.
    If you are developing it you can use it for eg. forum (internetski forum) or portal (internetski portal).
     
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2019
  4. talking.domains

    talking.domains DotKing.com VIP

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    ok... I'm native speaker too and can't see any value and sense in this domain, but I'm glad OP found the buyer. Just wow. :) Even croatian extension is free to reg.
     
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  5. Whop

    Whop Established Member

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    There are examples of similar adjective domains on our ccTLD like: dubrovacki.hr, jutarnji.hr, poslovni.hr, studentski.hr, vecernji.hr and znameniti.hr, so I would say it has a value.
     
  6. talking.domains

    talking.domains DotKing.com VIP

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    These are mostly well known newspapers and it's their shorten version which we use in everyday speech. That makes sense to me, but 'internetski' is incomplete without noun following it.
    But hey, if you see value or you have an idea to develop it - why not. Cheers!
     

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