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10 year old one word dot net

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by darkhorses, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. darkhorses

    darkhorses Newbie

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    I found a domain name vamoose in dot net extension. I thought its one genuine dictionary word, which are so hard to found these days, I better just take it. I did without any research etc. Only recently I found out it was first registered in 2003 somewhere may be even before. I checked on wayback machine it has snap shots with somebody having just one page vamoose new media something. I would like to sell it and need your suggestions. How much can I sell it for and where?
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  2. HelloInsomnia

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    It may be a dictionary word but there are (at least) hundreds of thousands of words in the English language and they're not all worth something. In this case it's an odd word and I highly doubt it's desirable.

    If you're looking for dictionary words it's not that hard to find them anyways. That's not what makes them worth something. For example, here is a dictionary word that I found in about 30 seconds, the .net is available to hand register:

    Stodge.net

    Not that you would want it though..
     
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    It's dropped, so there's no age benefit of that - it's not 10 year old domain. Not that it would really matter that much even if it was...
     
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    I forgot to mention, if it's registered at Godaddy list it in their marketplace for free it can't hurt. I've sold some domains there at surprising prices that I thought I would never get. It's a long shot but you never know what people are looking for. With that being said I wouldn't invest any money into selling it (like paying to list it on Flippa).
     
  5. darkhorses

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    thanks for the info, what ever you said make sense, but still i think it can be developed into vamoose networks or something like that. Actually I don't have the expertise to do that thats why I would like it to be sold.
     
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    try your luck on flippa. :)