Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by Ashish Jacob, Apr 12, 2021
Top level domain
bestnetflixoriginalseries.com (Best Netflix Original Series
I recommend yout to contact netflix. You can call or live chat
Before you proceed; https://help.netflix.com/legal/notices
You should email the CEO, Ted Sarandos, every day, until he or his legal team responds. I would tell them $500,000 USD minimum, if they want this gem. And, don't back down from your ask, no matter what.
I would immediately renew this name for the maximum 10 years - shows goodwill on your part when Netflix responds to your emails.
Thanks for the advise.
Can you help me for sell this domain good price?
I will give you 10% commission
It took me a while to get those CEO emails. Just start emailing him. It's an easy sale - you don't need to give away 10%.
you and i are on the same boat with not being able to spot sarcasm
delete the name it is a clear trademark violation.
the name is worth nothing
TM issue, and a terrible domain on top of that.
Too long with no way to monetize it. TM issues aside, no one would pay a premium for this type of domain.
Don't listen to him, you will get yourself into troubles. By having Netflix in your domain, you are infringing their rights and you will be only waking up the bear.
I am not sure if you are being sarcastic or just giving some of the most asinine advice I have ever seen.
The fact you disagreed with my post makes me think the latter.
These kind of misleading advices should not be tolerated.
To the people who responded sarcastically, please consider that the OP could be very new to the domain industry, and also that sarcasm does not carry-over very well in written form.
We all started out with some bonehead registrations, so let's be a decent and welcoming community by helping newcomers out with good advice. Yes, it might seem obvious to us, but that wasn't always the case.
Is it sarcasm if the guy is going around disliking and disagreeing with posts pointing out the obvious TM issue?
Poe's law is an adage of Internet culture stating that, without a clear indicator of the author's intent, it is impossible to create a parody of extreme views so obviously exaggerated that it cannot be mistaken by some readers for a sincere expression of the views being parodied.
There has been so much info already geared towards pointing these scenarios in the right direction, it would be heart-warming to see an OP start one that said "Hey- I did some research here on NP and thanks to you guys I know what NOT to do!"..
@bmugford started out as sarcasm now just straight annoying
being sarcastic and misleading to the new guy is high school antics.
True. Perhaps some folks should refrain from giving advice until they've studied a bit more.
I do agree... I just think there's a nicer way of telling them this (i.e. the way you just said it).
Chill out snowflakes, @GTBAAA was obviously sarcastic and for good reason imo ... the "sacred duty" of any newbie in any bloody niche is to read and learn first, then action based on what you learned. You don't go head first in any niche, buy land on Mars then ask where you can resell it.
Guy is obviously not the sharpest tool in the shed and well ... it's been mostly entertaining...
I have no problem with sarcasm, satire, parody, mockery, etc. in certain situations. In a situation like this sarcasm and/or terrible advice is not really appropriate or helpful.
we all started out somewhere btw
some of you seem to forget that no one came out of the womb knowing about domains
That's why reading and studying first makes miracles imo
@loredan honest mistake that happens everyday doesn't justify the HAHA your dumb sarcastic replies
making fun of people to make yourself feel better is what children do tbh
I tend to reserve the sarcasm, parody, and mockery for later on when you try to help and get push back from know-it-alls that actually don't know anything.
I try to be more helpful to start with.
Trademark issues, get rid of it ASAP
Never register a domain with a company name in it.
Personally, I think if you cant give serious advice, maybe just move on to the next thread. It's even more comical when it comes from someone new to the industry as well, so you often cant tell if it's sarcasm or not We often see new domainers telling someone to approach the TM holder so you cant tell these days.
Some people like me have never been on forums, never used the search tab before. Every question that comes to a newbie makes him think that it is a very unique question. Newbies generally like to be addressed in person. It gives them confidence.
I am also a newbie, and people have been helpful here and told me "read, read, read", "learn to fish, don't ask for fish". People like Bob also post useful links in reply. And then I started searching and reading here. I made 2 successful sales last month. I am thankful to those who asked me to read.
Asking someone to read more or do more research on the subject is more helpful than pointing things out sarcastically. It also saves a lot of energy! But, it clearly does not massage the ego of some people.
Remember, what is a joke for you can be bread and butter for others.
Just another newbie's perspective
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