Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by aditya agrawal, Nov 28, 2017.
I bought a Firestick and LED strip lights. Not bought a domain for months.
those are not short and it’s a good domain?
As i said i bought it for development purposes only
Yes of course they are good names ... the way i see is may not the way you see .... i know they are good domains and can fetch good results after development
Oh , I m to study from your choice and hope you don’t mind my question, I am sorry for your misunderstanding if you have any uncomfortable
Nothing like that ..chill
I have super little experience with .co, until this month have only ever owned one, which I sold but only when I reduced its price prior to expiry to $ range. So I am hesitant to suggest a range, but I think $$ to low $$$, but it may be difficult to find a buyer. But take my estimate with a grain of salt! Good luck with them!
Ezine.tech (Online Tech Magazine - Startups/Business/Trade/General News)
Lecture.tech (Serious Tech/Tech Forum/Tech News Site)
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I like almost all of your picks, great grabs on the sale day!
Re lecture.tech, it also would be a great site for companies that provide the technology used in modern college lecture halls - video recorders, document cameras, clicker systems, etc.
Good luck with generating some sales!
All other GTLD's and CCTLD's Available. I dont see them selling.
Not to be difficult (ok maybe a little bit!), but I guess what you mean is that lecturetech. is available in many GTLDs and some ccTLDs. At first I thought you meant lecture, and that is certainly not true, since it is already taken in most cc and almost all meaningful new gTLDs.
But while it is true that for example lecturetech.space and lecturetech.review etc. are all available to register, that does not mean that the shorter, direct lecture.tech is not valuable in my opinion.
I fully accept that selling almost any new gTLD remains difficult, but I think that short, descriptive, aesthetically pleasing names are the ones that have any chance, and the fact that a longer, convoluted other new gTLD exists does not necessarily detract.
Anyway, good luck to the owner of the names.
Separate names with a comma.