Labeled as .uk in ccTLD Discussion started by namesquare, Jul 2, 2019.
Naturally they only have themselves to blame haha.
I have no doubt they're insured against the loss...
I want you guys opinion on this. I had an opportunity to get a 3 Letter .uk domain name last night through an auction. Once it reached $300 I stop bidding and the other person won the auction. Do you think I made the wrong move?
Yes you made wrong move easy sell a lll.uk for a few grand if you hold
i'm still new to the domain game. Where would i have resold it at for that amount.
Depends on which 3 letter. uk It was
A 3 letter. uk domain sold today at auction for over £20k
A nice 3 letter. uk sale on Domainlore today?
And a nice 3 letter added today which is your cup of tea lol
3 letter very popular 3 letter word in. Co.uk lol
Should do decent dough
Nice 2 letter up yu.uk
I like the way the page didn't reload at snap names in the crucial last 3 minutes of an auction. Round and round, stuck with a 'please wait' message on screen. Ironic as the name was treadmill. Congrats to whoever won it.
Is snap names a good site to sell domains?
I Got 14 Four Letter Uk Domains
Just got those
"Is snap names a good site to sell domains?"
I've only ever bought names there. Never sold
As for .UK, I picked up.....
Are they any good? ....and a couple of short dictionary words at auction
Agency driver. Co.uk
But not from the new issue tho
I've had it a while
Legal privacy. uk
I know this thread is
Solicitor is a uk word etc
So I have
Privacy solicitor. Com
Privacy solicitors. Com
What do you guys think of these?
I wouldn’t of registered any of these i can’t see any selling but best of luck
Me hoping that UK selfdriving industry will prosper (it is doing pretty good) and that co.uk will decrease and .UK will increase.
I will sit on those for a couple of years and see what happens.
Have you gotten any offer on a .uk yet?
I got selfdriven.uk not cause I really wanted it, but it remained on my list after I sifted out a lot of crap haha
Here's my list:
DigitalCandy (offer of £1,500)
Separate names with a comma.