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KPOP.com

i.e. kp0p.com / KP0P.com - It is a LLNL hack of "Kpop"

Kpop
Kpop music is a major portion of Asian music industry with millions of followers and constant music video broadcast, news coverage and album launches. And multiple magazines and kpop music stores. Also now there is Kpop drama TV shows.​

Multiple sites cover Kpop Stars. Sites such as -

http://www.allkpop.com/
http://www.kpopstarz.com/
http://www.koreaboo.com/

Wikipedia -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K-pop


It was a short and fun domain. I couldn't resist getting it.

Any appraisals, with your reasoning or your experience in this area, is appreciated.

Thanks
 
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Bump... (note - Kpop.com for sale, owner asking $550k)
 
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Checked namebio.com for LLNL.com sales. I see 6 sales in 2016, i.e. the chance to sell is minimal. They are ranging from $130 to $410.
 
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KPOP.com

i.e. kp0p.com / KP0P.com - It is a LLNL hack of "Kpop"

Kpop
Kpop music is a major portion of Asian music industry with millions of followers and constant music video broadcast, news coverage and album launches. And multiple magazines and kpop music stores. Also now there is Kpop drama TV shows.​

Multiple sites cover Kpop Stars. Sites such as -

http://www.allkpop.com/
http://www.kpopstarz.com/
http://www.koreaboo.com/

The number 0 used with letters to form a word or phrase is not considered a domain "hack". A domain hack is a very different thing. That said your LLNL maybe worth something ($2000 - $2500) if you can find the right user, but most domain resellers won't buy these for more than $100.

Kind regards,
 
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The number 0 used with letters to form a word or phrase is not considered a domain "hack". A domain hack is a very different thing. That said your LLNL maybe worth something ($2000 - $2500) if you can find the right user, but most domain resellers won't buy these for more than $100.

I realize its not a domain hack, that's why I called it a "LLNL hack of "Kpop" when posting it.

But I appreciate your logic. Thanks for the feedback.
 
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Checked namebio.com for LLNL.com sales. I see 6 sales in 2016, i.e. the chance to sell is minimal. They are ranging from $130 to $410.

Thanks for the research. Yup, those values seem right. I think it would only be worth more to a person or business in the KPop scene.
 
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