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Hi all,

A newbie here and a newbie to domaining. I apologize for the length of this list. I have read that multiple domains for appraisal should be listed in one thread. It's unclear whether this list is "too long" or not.

Each of these were hand-registered. I realize that for maximum earnings potential, I will need to reach out to prospective end-users (and will need some luck as well).

Your candid opinions are appreciated.

auralclarity.com
carsport.org
carvideo.org
ductjob.com
hidescar.com
homeshamptons.com
hose.run - For this one, I had in mind a site that sells pantyhose and legwear; it could also give tips on quick fixes for a run in one's hosiery
huntcabin.com
income.land - I had real estate investing in mind
injurytorts.com
javafirm.com - Could be coffee manufacturer, company that delivers coffee and supplies to businesses, a café, or a software development firm
linkladies.com
manhattan.world
massivegate.com
nycapartments.co
optics.systems
pep.dog - I envision a pet food company using this as a product name
pizzeria.pub
salescontracts.org
Shreveport.co - The .com is developed; the .org and .net are owned but undeveloped
studyabroad.reviews
stylehomes.org
sue.world
textcow.com
yes1.net
zitrid.com - Potentially a site for an acne medication

Thank you for looking.

aaldsoft
 

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Hi
from my perspective, 'zitrid com' is best of lot

Good Luck!


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Hi Biggie,

With all due respect, the mathematical inequality a > b doesn't indicate the values of a and b, except in this context, it would be understood that a must be greater than zero.

I'm hoping for some general $USD appraisals more along the line of high $xxx, low $xxx, reg fee, etc. I'm looking more at trying the end user market but would appreciate ideas as to value to a reseller.

Thank you.
 

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Hi Biggie,

With all due respect, the mathematical inequality a > b doesn't indicate the values of a and b, except in this context, it would be understood that a must be greater than zero.

I'm hoping for some general $USD appraisals more along the line of high $xxx, low $xxx, reg fee, etc. I'm looking more at trying the end user market but would appreciate ideas as to value to a reseller.

Thank you.
Hi

don't see any real $ value for the rest of them

a buyer has to see the appeal in using one of those names, versus the one they have or hand-registering a longer .com

Good Luck!

imo...
 
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