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Why I’ve spent $250,000+ on domain names

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by Scott7, Sep 10, 2017.

  1. Scott7

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    Not me personally. It's the title of this article that I found to be a good read.
     
  2. DnEbook

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    I read the first section, pet.org is a ripper domain
     
  3. snoopy

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    Yeah, it sounded on the cheaper side, then again I think the .net & .org market are down very heavily in recent years with the over supply of alternative extensions.
     
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  4. eBranding.com.au

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    Both have taken a hammering that's for sure, particularly .net.
     
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  5. DnEbook

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    You still hear .org mentioned in branding and advertising, same cannot be said for the .net
     
  6. snoopy

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    True, mainly non commercial stuff though for .org. Probably the exact match changes have effected them a lot as well.