Today: Looking for 5-Letter .com’s “Pronounceables” / FantasyIsland.com sold for $3,251 / Buying “Jewelry” or “Jewellery” Domain Names / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
D-ay.com – Are letter, hyphen, letter, letter word domains worth anything? I know hyphens hurt value but what about a short word with a hyphen in between two letters?
PayNXT.com – What do you think about word + abbreviation domain names like PayNxt.com? I assume it means “Pay Next”. How much do you think it’s worth in today’s market?
His.mobi – Creative, but does it have what it takes to have any value in today’s competitive niche markets? What would you appraise His.mobi for?
Buying “Jewelry” or “Jewellery” Domain Names – Do you have a jewelry or jewellery domain in your portfolio you want to sell fast? This buyer has a budget of up to $500.00 if your domain meets their specific criteria.
Looking for 5-Letter .com’s “Pronounceables” – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of the five letter pronounceable domain names. This buyer has a budget of up to $100.00 for the right one. Quick sale if you want to liquidate.
FantasyIsland.com sold for $3,251 – I loved that old tv show! Would you have guessed that FantasyIsland.com would have sold for $3,251.00? What do you think it should have sold for?
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