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Is it just me or have some of the other board member's noticed a drop in end user sales over the past few months? Personally, not only have a noticed a drop in sales but an overall drop in bites and counter offers. In the past it wouldn't take me very long to flip some of my better aged names with good search engine results. I could usually get some interest from about 1 out of ever 10 emails I sent. Nowadays it seams like I'm lucky if I get that out of 20 emails. Even though the economy is doing
4 letter .com's are showing a very bright future. Some CVCV (character-vowel-character-vowel) .com's are already selling for well over $1,000-$2,000. If you haven't started building up your 4 letter DOT com collection now is the time to start. They're getting taken fast and dropping less and less. If you can get your hands on just about any LLLL.com with no j,q,x,z, or v for reg. fee or slightly over I would suggest snatching it and holding onto it for a year or two. You would be shocked with what