Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Domains Ted, Dec 25, 2018.
Great brandable domain for investors community
self appraisal $10K+
It's a private subdomain...
Please explain what that is exactly? Thanks.
It's not the TLD of Sweden (which is .se). It's a privately-owned subdomain under .se marketed that like a TLD, but it isn't.
CentralNic specialize in this kind of thing. But they are worthless.
If you are confused, then this is the aim
USXPS.COM (Expected $25000)
Short for United States Express.com
Contains 2 most powerful keywords US & XPS
Contains the short name of a country
Sounds like USPS, USX etc
Suitable for delivery services apps/startups, can be used by Government agencies.
HoloGlass.co - $980
I have a few German domains with hyphens. It's standard to separate words in Germany.
$5K range for end users (IMO)
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good domain name for forex business , forex and global are high value keywords and widely used
godaddy Domain Appraisals 1,300$
Because this domain can used in many purposes like ,
Folks, just a little food for thought:
If your domain names can be easily sold for $5,000+ then you should already be getting offers in this range.
Vissuals.com but its best for end user
I consider it to sell $5000 or a little lesser because this can easily be picked up by a new or emerging tech company ready to launch a new product into the market
Standard practice in Germany to separate words with hyphens.
Scandinavians love the bindestreck as well. It denotes the joining of two words in their own right. We join several words together in speech.
The Detective Bureau would be Detektivbyrån. Not to do so would be a grammatical error du to separation of words called särskrivning (apart writing). Words that are compounded in Swedish are not in English.
For capitalised words it looks like this.
Norwegian Swedish would be Norsk-Svensk so in this case it would be wrong to remove the bindestreck hyphen.
Same in German as these are Germanic rules. Swedish is a North Germanic Language (ett nordtyskt språk).
With respect I would have to disagree.
More and more companies are embracing the Swedish letters ÅÄÖ and using them in their domain names. Then they use AAO for their english versions if there is an international customer circle. Previously everybody was awkwardly spelling swedish words with aao and while kinda funny it just gets ridiculous after a while and threatens the language.
This is a new site to me but I know that companies like to present themselves as Swedish and they might start using this more and more. I will probably register a few names here.
They nailed it when they say
HITTA DOMÄNEN DU ALLTID VELAT REGISTRERA!
Find the domain you always wanted to register.
I dare say it's no different than supporting your country in football.
.KOM.SE would be even better for Scandinavia and Germany but the French would probably complain... what with Brexit and everything... well...
Bought on godaddy auction.
In the Free Dictionary under 'Mean -> Idioms -> Mean by' Link
Suitable for a Promotional, Direct Marketing or Advertising Company.
Projected Marijuana Industry 2020: 5.9 Billion
That is not all states.
We all know when its Cost to Cost It could reach 20 B annually,
But Hey I'm just sitting on it.
I couldn't believe it was not already being used.
2.4 million monthly searches
2009 first regd
The best self appraisal is a silent one you don't need to justify to others why they should low ball on a name you didn't mention as your best. If I close my eyes and point I will find many that will qualify. Your own appraisal isn't asking price and it really cannot influence other appraisals. Although an opinion and not playing in lines of thread it is an opinion that shouldn't be silenced. Others that are not posting in these style threads feel the same way.
this domain is brandable, short and memorable,
Caroline, Kerosene, Karocine and Karosin dot com would've been all brandable, short and memorable,
not that these all available for reg already, lol, frankly i've no idea, notr that i don't care , i do
seems like there may-ve.com some hidden purporpose dot com vehind.com this thread after all )
The only good brandable name there is caroline.com
The rest are baseless, except for kerosene, but on a second thought who would want to name his brand kerosene
For karocine and karosin these names can be hardly spelt, if spoken with orally to a client, yes the might be short but can't be easily spelt, people differs around the world, some speak English some speak German, some chinese, and so goes the list, so the way you pronouce karocine, a Chinese person might type in karosin,
Also why not check the estibot bot appraisal and GoDaddy appraisal for both three names and give me back a reply...
Also keroline can be easily typed and easily pronounceable from any part of the world,
Tell me, how do you pronouce vaseline,
(The 'e' is a silent one)
Another thing kero must not refer to kerosene that is why the are called brandable names..
Ok do you know there is a TV called kero TV , so will you say the sell kerosene through the television.
I have been in this business for quite a long time, I made mistake when I started but after going through the numerous notes written by experienced domainers.
The game changed for me,
And keroline.com has gotten two offers not quite long after paying for the name, and am happy and proud of these name, all it needs is the right buyer with the right amount, and the right design to brand this name up..
Very soon you will be typing that name to buy some T-shirts and blazers and maybe some gown for your lady..
Or maybe go visiting in there mall
Expecting more better offers to come,
Why not buy karocine and karosin, let see how many offers you get.
Frankly I have no idea, not that I don't care I do
I admit, it was my mistake for putting in "Ka' instead of "Ke",
how about "Kerosin" and "Kerocin" ?
I am sure kerosene dot com would be a great asset to a chemical company and could be actually worth more than a female name. More buyers may not equate to more budget.
You can buy them, they are available..
I wonder who would buy these contradicting names,
Why not buy the one that wants 24700$
"Cin" and "sin" + kero
Appraise this domain name on estibot and post back your reply here as I did for keroline
Also show matching comparable sign,
Brandable domains takes time to learn
Not everyone has what it takes to think out brandable names,
Separate names with a comma.