Discussion in 'ccTLD Discussion' started by Untitled, Mar 6, 2006.
Visa // Application
in dot in
implicit (dictionary word)
Previous (dictionary word)
Both in in
Just acquired it... Waiting for it to hit my account
Swayam // var in in
Really like this as it is in a very hot and evergreen (hopefully ) niche, indian language (hindi) word which fits perfectly with the IN TLD
I recently regged some more:
domainregistrars.in + co.in
Just need an Indian contact to help me move it on now.
let me know if anyone interested in buying
Arborist dot In
The proper term for (tree surgeon)
.com estibot value $322k
THE NNN.IN I got
small but powerful.lol
Good Keywords , like few of them alot.
Personally i wouldn't reg any of these. I'd rather spend some money acquiring 1-2 premium names and spend time finding the right buyer.
wouldn't reg any of these ... rather spend some money to acquire 1-2 great names
But for hand regs there are some decent/ok names there imo.
I respectfully disagree. These are going to just end up as renewal fees, but everyone has their own strategy...
Id rather spend $1-3K on a great name that you have Kemji, and find a buyer for $5-8K. Its gonna take my man here 10000's of these small deals to make what he would make in one big one.
If you have a high budget then, of course, its best to go for 1-2 premium names instead of hundreds of hand registrations. But there are still plenty of good keywords available to hand register which you can flip for 10x to 15x in a short span of time or more if you can hold on.
On the personal front, I would avoid registering domains in net.in / org.in even if the keyword is ultra premium because it will be 100 times harder to sell as many do not know about there existence.
Before registering a domain, look for at least 10 customers to whom you can pitch your domain and that way you will have more chances to succeed.
Separate names with a comma.