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espresso for sale

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by findtim, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. findtim

    findtim Membership: VIP

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    does this fit with the rules?
    http://espresso.com.au/
    purchased on drop then immediately has a price on it, no advertising, no monetrisation ?
    i know its generic but i thought it applied to all.
    tim
     
  2. snoopy

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    Good example of why the red tape needs to be removed in my view. I don't think there is any strong reason why a PPC page should be allowed but a simple for sale page not allowed.
     
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  3. neddy

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    If you're referring to the drops today, the domain purchased was expresso.com.au (with an "x").
     
  4. Scott7

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    $555 is not bad for a typo au domain.
     
  5. snoopy

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    Somewhat common brand name, I don't think bidders would have viewed this as a typo.
     
  6. Scott7

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    True.