Yup, I sold LLL.us (low $xxx) to a company that had a few regional versions of their website..us is seldom used by big companies but it does happen once in a while, usually for geographic identification purposes when operating in multiple countries.
Well if it was rum or index I'd certainly be interested, but rummy or indexing naaah unless it was in .com of course.I was told by a domain Guro whom I trust that as a ccTLD .US is the least valuable.
Are most sales between domainers?
Well, i cant seem to sell rummy.us for more than $10 at flippa or even indexing.us which are not too bad at all. I thought I would pay for a sales ad at one of the best if not the best blog in the industry, but was told politely that none of the readers would be interested in a .US domain.
That is why I started this thread to see if indeed that is the general feeling out-there.
Clearly.us just sold for 1000 bucks on Sedo
.us is seldom used by big companies but it does happen once in a while, usually for geographic identification purposes when operating in multiple countries. It is one of those extensions that really sounds good in theory and makes complete logical sense, but as said .com is king.
You wouldn't get busted owning 10.us because the registry won't let you register it. they hold all 2 character domains.I would buy .us
But I do not meet the requirements. I buy .ca
I meet the requirements. I believe it will increase in value in time, as will .ca
10 years from now Americans will want .us because there will be 2,700 extensions and it shows credibilty.
New gtld's can be registered by anyone in the world, most anyways.
What are the chances of me getting busted owning 10.us
Is it enforced?