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I own coronavirusinfo.com, and coronavirushelp.com, etc... but I'm not convinced this pandemic will have those names in the as it's from Wuhan, of which I own those too.

Any worth to those?

Also - obviously global pandemics are my gig lol, and you can visit my FB pandemic page

Or my discussion forum

Anyway, are those names worth anything now or should I sit and wait?

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Albert
 
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Well, it's been a couple weeks since I posted this. What are they worth now? o_0

I also own coronaviruspandemic.com coronavirusforum.com, 2019ncov.net & 2019ncov.org.
 

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I listed the two on the 7-day GoDaddy auction. 4 days left on the auction and each have a bid for 5k. Not bad for $9 investment on each of them 60 days ago.

Hi

a lot has changed since then and now
as the shit has hit the fan in the USA, which has most valued traffic.

so now, those names, have relevance to different sector....
you know what I mean?

I regged a typo > coronavuris.com and got offer via bodis yesterday
don't know if it was serious bid, but I accepted it.
we'll see


Good Luck with your auction!

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Hey my friends, thanks for the kind support. I agree with Biggie that a lot has changed since this original post lol. I too had no clue as well back them to be honest. I have other ones listed too.

Without posting a link to my pandemic forum, it can be found at pandemictalk. com, and I used the domain name of coronavirushelp. com to forward to my FB group, but sadly that name is about to sell soon.

Mixed emotions on selling them. I'm a domain'er, and pandemics and new emerging diseases that pose a global threat have been my hobby for nearly two decades. Although I need the money, parting with the names I have is a challenge. Perhaps I am too emotionally tied to them, who knows. I'm selling COVID19.us, and although .us should be worthless, I'm not sure in this case. Also listed COVID19info.com. COVID19news.com, etc.... but the emotions run high in parting with names that are close to your heart. Anyway, that's my experience lol. What can I say, I have full emotional attachment with my domain names I'm selling, and this is a first for me.
 

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Sell them now and profit. Keep them for a while and lose out.

I remember swineflu.com selling for 10k and being all but worthless a few weeks later.
 
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Sell them now and profit. Keep them for a while and lose out.

I remember swineflu.com selling for 10k and being all but worthless a few weeks later.
Very true. Although this one is far different. The swineflu was mild, and this one is not, and as COVID-19 becomes endemic it is going to be a new way of life - forever.

When the swine flu emerged in 2009- 2010, I was fast and bought all the domains, other than swineflu.com. I sold swineflu.net, and I still own swineflu.org to this day, which isn't worth anything lol. I had also sold swineflunews.com back then, etc.... I think I only got around 2k each for them.

But- I agree to just sell them. I only paid the reg fees so nothing to lose. In mid January I bought coronaviruspandemic.com, so going to sell it. In mid January, who would have even known it would be a pandemic lol, but glad I got that one. For some reason in January I bought coronavirus2020.com, and just got a $500 bid in the auction. Again, no complaints with any offers since my cost was reg fees.

Thank you Biggie my friend for the kind reply and input.

Albert