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How much do you think my star wars related domain is worth

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by advancedfuture, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. advancedfuture

    advancedfuture Junior Member

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    I have owned www.anakin-skywalker.com for about 5 years. Lucas arts already snatched up all the luke-skywalker, han-solo, etc etc... but they left this one alone, I managed to get it before the release of episode 3.

    I was thinkin about selling it, what do you think it would fetch?
     
  2. stunna

    stunna Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Not much, I doubt there would be a large demand for it.

    The amount it would fetch would obviously be dictated by the demand.
     
  3. shafty

    shafty Junior Member

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    To be honest isnt Star Wars a bit naff now??

    You need to advertise it on Star Wars forums and get the members drooling...
     
  4. SleepieGirl

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    do something there
    to get attention
    make a star wars autoblog but keep a this domain may be for sale link in the header.
     
  5. Poison

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    Keep an eye out for anything star wars that is "big" and then try and sell it. But I do agree with everyone else build some traffic on there, autoblog sounds the best.
     
  6. Diegan

    Diegan Registered Member

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    I agree that content is king. If you make a SW site with a forum, a few unique articles, a store that sells SW stuff from ebay... then you could start a little community, and THEN you could fake traffic and revenue info and sell it for more :p

    I don't 's worth much 'as is'.i