Located in Frequently Asked Questions, started by Gautam Dhunna, Sep 6, 2017
Iso Malto Oligosaccharide, a mixture of short-chain carbohydrates which has a digestion-resistant property.
It means, "in my opinion"
Sometimes, you'll see "imho" which means "in my humble opinion"
Hope that helps,
In My Opinion imo has no relevance in domaining, it's the opinion of the buyer which matters at the beginning of night.
Imo is a common shortcut not only in domaintalk with the meaning "in my opinion"
how many imo's, are really the imo's of the person who's posting?
as their imo, may be the imo of others and not really their true imo
or their imo may just be the consensus of other imo's, in an attempt to fit in
then again, some imo's don't have enough x, to express an imo about the subject, but still they give it
some imo's are rarely expressed -
but when given, can carry more weight than some others who's imo's are posted more frequently.
The one who use imo more often, he is no one. So don't care about that imo.
and would that be your imo?
an imo which possibly was derived from unfavorable appraisals on your domain names from that persons imo, that were taken personally by your imo, rather than being seen from a business perspective?
I have not taken anything personally, I am human being not a robot or machine, I knew most of time I am worst domainer and little bit of time I am good domainer imo.
I wish, I could take someone imo, personally. That is imo.
IMO means: I'm Moving On
They ain't loyal
Reg Fee IMHO , is a classic here @ NamePros IMO
Since you've moved on, I'm quoting your post In Memory Of it..
In terms of using the "In My Opinion" acronym when posting, I've always considered it rather redundant, as really, who's opinion would one be posting other than their own? IMO @biggie is the exception to the rule as his IMO has been intricately embedded within his posts for time immemorial.
Separate names with a comma.