Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by xoxxx, Jul 21, 2010.
What .co domain did you guys get?
I got a couple premium ones.
only sharing if you guys do
Well, I still need to wait for final verification on everything, but I should be securing the following domains out of 150 that I pre-ordered/reserved:
I had a lot of domains that were 1st class, but, they were either taken during the LandRush phase and/or during the uploading phase of the general registration. So, I am happy to ascertain the abovementioned since they are in different niches and are more common words. Hopefully I can make something happen with them...only time will tell I guess.
I see some major money makes in there!
I haven't bothered with this ccTLD. Not saying it isn't a money maker, but I've only ever lost money while trying to fetch domains.
Good luck though, hopefull better than mine! haha.
It's spelled Orgasm lol
I know how its spelled, but the correct way wasn't available. I usually don't choose misspelled domains when relying on the user to "typo" the extension as well, but I thought "orgasim" would be thought by many to be the correct way to spell it, thus, it would still yield traffic.
I haven't grabbed any yet but I'm planning to get some. but I don't think it ll make a revolutionary effect on the current market as .com will be forever elite domains. I guess it is just a hype to generate millions of $$ for these names registrar companies.
I guess even if we buy premium .co domain names which are already poplar for .com's we ll eventually loose our 50-60% traffic to them and they ll take advantage of our promotions.
I'm wondering if there's any money in .co domains being used as a misspelling.
How many people on any given day, for any given site, put .co instead of .com?
LOTS and LOTS of people forget the m on .com
go to alexa
find list of most visited websites in the world
go to page like 40
and start searching to see wich domains are avalible in .co
If you dont get any traffic, make some artificial traffic and call up the company that owns the .com domain and sell them the .co domain
Separate names with a comma.