Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Valefor, Jun 27, 2013.
well I got mine for those who doest know that there are pre orders you should take action now
friendfinder.app is a great one. congrats!
thanks guys lets wait for them to aged
There's no such thing as a domain name pre-order, regardless of what some registrar says (there's a reason the big and respectable registrars don't offer them). You may want to learn a little more about the process of new TLDs- you're hardly guaranteed the domain names above. The registrar may simply attempt to buy them when they become publicly available, which is much too late to register most valuable domains.
It's just a marketing gimmick by less than respectable registrars. If you posted this on one of the big two domaining forums you'd get laughed at.
well let see , its not a bad decision because it doesnt cost anything for pre order or registration or what so ever
wheretoinvest.money is awesome domain name and friendfinder.app too
That's true, it is free and it's not going to cost you anything (except your time). It just doesn't do anything either.
If I get that friendfinder.app I will make authority site and flip em wish me luck , hope this will go good
Goodluck buddy, but I highly doubt if you will get it. Bots you know, fast as shit.
Anway, I hope you get it
Where did you preorder those domains?! What registrar?
He most likely "pre-ordered" them at United Domains.
Not a bad business model, to tell you the truth. Get people to psychologically commit to a domain name and if the domain is available they'll most likely purchase the domain at this second-tier registrar. Of course, if the domain is any good, it probably won't be.
I'm wondering how transparent this landrush will be.
I predict that lots of these "reserved" domains are in fact the registrars mining for good ideas, they'll register the best ones and resell them as premium domains ....
Where do you pre-ordering these domain names, which registrar ?
please tell how the pre-order works, if more than 1 person ordered it.
Separate names with a comma.