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Mispelled Domain Names

Labeled as question in Niche Domain Discussion, started by Santiago S, Jul 2, 2020

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  1. Santiago S

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    How valuable are one word misspelled DNs?

    I have a thought of a few and wondering if it is worth it having some in my portfolio.
     
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  2. Samer

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    If you invest them most likely them “brandable”
    since sounds better than “Typos” I see “Typos”

    Now and then; sell for four figures if lucky imo
     
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  3. CryptoCannabis

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    First the problem is that if you do it on certain companies they will potentially take dmca/legal/ip action.

    Second parking them sounds great but parking sites will spot them after awhile and demonetize

    Third usually if you have some kind of referral program and use them even if they arent of the company or program name it is usually against TOS.

    At same time, after a lot of failures I've developed a bit of a system /art that finally gives me some good value from very specific ones, but it took me a long time and you have to develop one that is right for your own situation, business's, goals etc.
     
  4. sivadomains

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    INSURANCE.COM sold for $35,600,000 in 2009
    CARINSURANCE.COM sold for $49,700,000 In 2010
    INSURE.COM for $16 million in 2010 all 3 domains by same company.

    but i have INSARANCE.COM, wheather it will worth ?
     
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  5. Samer

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    That’s a good “brandable”

    i dont know how much worth.

    Submit brandable marketplace;
     
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  6. CryptoCannabis

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    Thats not really a brandable thats a straight misspell, but that one is good because a lot of people dont know how to spell. Just a tip if is hard to spell and is a general one word non company name, it is valuable as parking and or traffic driver, this one i wouldn't call brandable though because in the end it pronounces the same anyway
     
  7. Samer

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    It’s all “A”’s instead of “U” and “E”

    it’s a good one; this a hot industry (finance imo

    The biggest hurdle 3 syllables < 2 but works
     
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  8. CryptoCannabis

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    Right but pronounce it, you cant brand when you cant highlight a slight variation in the name, and id think a lot of people (English speaking as much as non English speaking at least in the states lol) with how bad spelling is nowadays etc would spell it that way if they had to guesss
     
  9. lock

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    They really have no strength as browsers will want to correct them lose name advantage and is like any other seo job.
     
  10. Samer

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    thought there’s option disable autocorrect? ;)

    Samer
     
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  11. seodavid08

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    Here is the one..waiting for inquiry :)

    3dprnting.com
     

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