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CNC.com - Worth $50?

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by Wesf90, Apr 27, 2008.

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    I found a CNC.com (consonant number consonant as im sure you know). Is it worth $50 to buy from a guy?

    The only thing I don't like about it is the number in it (its a 0).
    SEMrush
    Just need some investment advice :)

    Wes
     
    Wesf90, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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  2. fireboat

    fireboat Active Member

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    #2
    The zero isa huge negative because, as you know, people will type the letter o... especially since it has a letter on either side of it.

    Personally, I don't think it has a real value.
     
    fireboat, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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  3. Wesf90

    Wesf90 Active Member

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    Great advice. thanks fb
     
    Wesf90, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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    sikhrule Peon

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    buy it! if u getting for 50,
     
    sikhrule, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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    Wesf90 Active Member

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    Thanks for the reply... but any reason for your opinion?
     
    Wesf90, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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    MOG Well-Known Member

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    Its only worth something really if you have something you can do with it... by itself its a non entity as a commodity even though it is a really short name.. I recently had 50 or so 3 char LNL NLN and LLN domains, and really they arent worth a huge amount unless they are developed...
     
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    Wesf90 Active Member

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    How much more is a CNC.com worth than a NCC.org (N = 3)?

    Just curious
     
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    MOG Well-Known Member

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    totally subjective mate... depends on the application and the client so wouldnt like to comment without studying both, and anyone that does comment is blowing smoke Im afraid.
     
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  9. Wesf90

    Wesf90 Active Member

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    I like straight up answers.. thanks ;)
     
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    Tetradomain Peon

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    And I was thinking why people keep on saying that LLLL.com and NNNN.com were so valuable....

    Personally, I would go for a sensible worded domain anytime.
     
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    hillord Well-Known Member

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    well, mine is gjmc.com

    so i abb it to Gossip JOKES MODELS COMMUNITY
     
    hillord, Apr 28, 2008 IP
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    IProx Well-Known Member

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    I don't get it. I see the domain but where is the '0'?
     
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    Any CNC for $50 = yes. Buy it and move on.
     
    Fka200, Apr 28, 2008 IP
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    IProx Well-Known Member

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    Oh, I see...CNC = Character, Number, Character. I feel like a nub.
     
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  15. Wesf90

    Wesf90 Active Member

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    Consonant, Number, Consonant ;)

    V = Vowel
    C = Consonant
    N = Number
    L = Letter
    P = Premium Letter

    I'm sure there are more
     
    Wesf90, Apr 28, 2008 IP
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    t2000q Prominent Member Premium Member

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    personaly I find that the zero will be often be mistaken for the letter O
    it will still work but you will certainly need to work on the promoting and branding of it

    lol
     
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  17. amitpatel_3001

    amitpatel_3001 Results Follow Patience

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    If you are referring to CNC [dot] COM then its worth 50$, iam going to pay 100$ for the name :)
     
    amitpatel_3001, Apr 28, 2008 IP
  18. BitReview

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    i think it's wothed 50 bucks
     
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  19. Fka200

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    If you end up buying it for $50, I'll buy it off of you for $70. Zero or not... I don't care. ;) Goodluck!
     
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    just to clear it up whatever the the letters or number a CCC.com is worth more then $50 if you buy it you shouldn't have a problem selling it for at least $150+
     
    hecto, Apr 28, 2008 IP