Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by Fortnite, Nov 5, 2019.
I bought a Domain back in the early twenties but when I sold it in 2003 by heart it was not a good deal it was a loss for me but after that I had learned how to buy domains and how to sell them, Everybody learns by their mistake
...you're STILL spelling it wrong
I know, see my later post. 🤣
na-na-na-na-na-na.com, that irritating kids' saying. It was voted the worst name on Rick Schwartz's forum many years ago.
its UrDu Language word..
this domain belongs to PAKISTAN....
Regged for the keywords but a flop.
@cooljub A week i guess...
Whoa. Did anyone count? I did not, though i did copy/paste whois check - it’s a genuine registration!
While it may sound funny, it could be read as "Central district business" Oil Shop/Store
I see some use for it for Narcissistic person or you can sell it to one of the many dictators we have in the world today
I once thought the Chinese domaining craze will last forever and but so many chips in 6L and weird long a$$ numbers
I have a bit of rubbish the only thing that annoys me when I forget to delete them and I auto renew them. I am always culling as I strive towards names I am happy to live with. Have had different strategies either saturating markets or buying expired so reasons to buy and reasons to cull.
I regret registering BitcoinQuad dot com, many people told me that it's waste of that $5.99 but it got sold for $585 on Sedo
I had a misspelled name: LasVegasCancerTREAMENT.com. And what's worse, I've won spelling contests in the past...woe is me.
KnowRegerts dot com
I Really Have Know Regerts
My mind played a trick on me. I wanted to create a cool domain hack with a the domain ending -> .io
Sh*t happens -> nudestudio
I don't know if it's the worst but it certainly is the funniest, thanks for making me laugh!
Note to self: Check through autorenewals this Christmas break.
I have domains that I go to cull and see so many thousands of backlinks and think not again and renew it as when I don't renew them I see them at huge. Names with blogs mainly. I can say stick to domains as everything else requires too much thought.
Doesn't make it a terrible name if you wrote a blog on how to retain margins in business.
I had few names like insuranceadvertise because they were 2 popular words but it didn't mean 2 words together were popular just random. I tried all sorts of silly things with domains before I learned the secret.
Separate names with a comma.