Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by Rakom, Sep 30, 2020
I don't agree. You're really fond of typing those two words "Reg fee". Learn to be objective
It doesn't have a clear usetype and a clear meaning. I'm sorry, reg fee is even too much for this one.
Unless your understanding of English is extremely limited, the words "leather" and "tanner" are pretty straight forward. Just in case you don't know, a leather tanner is a person who turns animal skins into leather. I really find it disturbing that all you ever do on this forum is comment "reg fee" on every domain appraisal you come across. It really doesn't help, but if that's what turns you on then by all means keep doing your thing.
The good version of this domain is "leather tannery", taken since 2002.
I'm sorry, but facts don't care about your feelings.
Anyway, good luck with your fantastic domain.
When it comes to years, leathertanner.com was registered in 2003. But everybody's entitled to their opinion.Thank you!
It doesn't matter very much, but leathertanner was created
28 days ago.
That's a fact, not an opinion.
I re-registered it after it had expired, 28 days ago. There are better tools to use when you want to know the exact history of a domain. Go to Namecheap for example and type "leathertanner" or "leathertanner.com". But as you've said, it doesn't matter much
The domain age is the time passed from the last registration. It doesn't change whatever tool you do use.
This is another fact.
If you insist...You know, I didn't use the word "age" in my response above. You really just made up your own question and answered it.
Facts aren't facts just because you go around typing "facts". Here's a raw hard fact for you: A WHOIS search cannot give you meaningful history of a domain. How would you, for example know if the domain in question has been suspended by Google?Knowing the EXACT time a domain was first registered is one of the very basic things one ought to do.
Good luck man!
I have nothing against you or your domain, the matter of the fact is that seeing the real value of a domain (expecially when you are a newbie) can save you a lot of money in worthless regs.
I've seen the same pattern of newbies denying in any manner their domains are worthless over and over again. It's nothing new and your reaction is quite common among new domain investors.
You can continue to do brain gymnastic and convince yourself that this is a good domain, or you can try to improve your skills. It's up to you.
Whatever makes you happy...Thanks though
Honestly for me doesn't make any difference.
You guys are silly ..the domain is not bad but I just don’t see a good value on it
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