Labeled as showcase in General Domain Discussion, started by Super-Annuation, Sep 3, 2020
Noah could really use those domains. He needs ark fuel to power his ark (charter) boat.
Thanks for the Kudos Suggest your go to Ark.com to see some of the value I'm talking about. Nameworth values Ark.com at 10M....i wonder if they know about it? If not, I promise they'll know about it soon
What's In A Name? Everything
You're saying that because a one-word, three letter domain is worth a lot of money, any domain that starts with that word will have value?
Or is it only domains that start with that word that you say are good based only on your personal opinion?
Dear Brad and Joe...Did I say that With regards to "opinion", you know what they say about opinion
While I have your attention, i own a "Virtual Tasting" business who's domain is worth well over 5K mostly because my partner is the KingOfScotch.com. My question, how does the misspelled word "Vrtual" compare to "Virtual" like, VrtualTasting.com to VirtualTasting.com? I know you can share plenty of "negatives", but if you can find any "positives" please share. Please note, this is not a trick question. Thanks
No offense but 95% of the listed domains are not worth a beer
What would you say are the negatives of investing in Vrtual instead of Virtual?
You're so kind Anyone else care to share?
I have, sold a domain for close to $20K. A variation,on a one word, sold to CEO of a tech startUp who was doing a brand name upgrade.
You misunderstood, Rich. You asked me to share the positives of the name. I'd be happy to after you share the negatives that you mentioned.
Most the domains here I wouldn't even register.
Towing / Service ( in com)
You are his Ark Nemesis
The only other Ark domain worth a bit would be Arkansas hehe
Well he did say that he sold ArkBrands a while back... I think his conclusions drawn from that sale are flawed, though.
Registering a bunch of other Ark names is one way to go, but it would be even better to look into why that specific name sold, and try to replicate those conditions for his other hand registrations.
Anyway, it appears as though there was demand for at least one other Ark name!
You should consult. On common sense lol
There are lots of actual successful businesses using "Ark";
GoTechArk.com - this is a very successful local company
just to name a few, speaking of common sense. It appears "Ark" is very popular with tech companies, but not being much of a technical guy myself I just bought ArkPizzacom where you build your own ark pizza, two items at a time.
If you guys care to learn anything about logos and graphics, you should check out all the creations made with the three letter "Ark".
I didn't misunderstand anything. You and I both already know the negatives, i just thought you might contribute something positive for once Here, why don't you try contributing something positive for ArkPizza.com, another "Ark" domain I just added to my portfolio for $8.50. If you have nothing positive to say, it speaks volumes about your agenda
It seems like the message he should have got from the sale is that (Word)Brands.com might be a decent format, not that (Ark)Something.com is why it sold.
1 more post and you reach the 10,000. Congrats in advance Brad!
The more important piece of information about the businesses you listed would be: Did they buy their domains in the aftermarket, or did they hand register them because they were looking for a cheap option?
NO, the most important point is that many of the good names using "Ark" are already taken making names like ArkMade.com, ArkLodge.com, ArkNames.com, Arkadek.com, ArkCharter.com and most recently ArkPizza.com even more attractive. Especially considering the domains just listed cost a whopping $8.50 each
Despite your fake analysis Brad here is what the Dictionary has to say about (Ark);
definition of ark
(Entry 1 of 2)
1a: a boat or ship held to resemble that in which Noah and his family were preserved from the Flood
b: something that affords protection and safety
Maybe you're Muslim and take offense, but to most it's not offensive We all have our opinions Brad, and most of us rationalize our personal behavior much to the chagrin of "some" others
Separate names with a comma.