Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by ppd47, Nov 4, 2015.
If they really want these domains I am sure they can do it the other way. What you are doing that's called type-squatting. Google it
You could also park the domain and make some money that way
Thanks - that is helpful!
park your domain and get the bids on domain.
I would say almost worth nothing. If they have the main domain anyway they will get their search traffic especially as something like a restaurant is local google searching. When people type in a misspelling of the domain then Google will show the real domain anyway and ask do you want to search for "misspelled domain" which people wont.
Has anyone had success selling typo domains to businesses?
I get what you are saying islandman, but if I had a company called scottandco.com I would want to register scotandco.com too to protect the brand.
Protect from what? You are talking about a local restaurant. Google will show the correct results to people who don't get the spelling right. The more people that don't spell it correctly but choose the real option google shows will give even less value to an incorrect spelling. So unless you are going to run something negative on it about the restaurant and hope to get them to buy it I don't see what you want to do. They might buy them for a redirect for a few dollars maybe but thats all.
Separate names with a comma.