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Discussion in 'Appraisals' started by tbtb, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. #1
    g--o--o--g--l--e.com

    its very interest me how much you think it worth .

    thanks,
    Tom
    tbtb, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  2. ajsa52

    ajsa52 Well-Known Member

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    IMO more than $1 is expensive
    ajsa52, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  3. wisdomtool

    wisdomtool Moderator Staff

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    negative infinity to zero. This will be a potential trademark infringement. I won't go through the hassles of even registering it.
    wisdomtool, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  4. pubsit1000

    pubsit1000 Peon

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    That's my opinion too :) Drop it if you can.
    pubsit1000, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  5. Soccerplayur012

    Soccerplayur012 Peon

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    Surrender it to Google ASAP.
    Soccerplayur012, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  6. wisdomtool

    wisdomtool Moderator Staff

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    Don't have to surrender it I guess, just email them saying that you have this domain and would like to give it to Google. Sometimes they may even pay a token sum and buy it from you. These are huge companies, they won't take anything for free, they need to do their accounting and auditing. So chances are at least you may get something out of it. They can't sue you when you already offered them for free right?

    wisdomtool, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  7. Soccerplayur012

    Soccerplayur012 Peon

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    By surrender I meant in any way possible -- free or paid.
    Soccerplayur012, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  8. gpearce

    gpearce Active Member

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    Try and sell it to Google, else just surrender it to them. Bring it online and use it, and they will file an anti-trust or trademark infringement lawsuit against you ;)
    gpearce, Jan 8, 2008 IP
  9. bhushna22

    bhushna22 Banned

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    Just keep it till You get a good offer,
    I mean you have already paid some sum so i think u should not do any loss,
    Google offer is gr8.
    bhushna22, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  10. atoztoa

    atoztoa Active Member

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    Well, yes you can offer to google

    Only they can give you a price for it
    atoztoa, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  11. tanujdude91

    tanujdude91 Well-Known Member

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    Google won't give anything for this :)
    Its Reg fee.....
    tanujdude91, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  12. technolarity

    technolarity Well-Known Member

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    I dont think domains are important . What is important is whats inside it and this domain is just not worth .
    technolarity, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  13. chandan123

    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    i have seen so many sites like googlecashcow.com booblegoogle.com etc

    i dont think they will file case
    chandan123, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  14. HaRRo

    HaRRo Active Member

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    I had g00gIe.com and g00glebot.com and they are not even worth having, brings nothing but troubles.
    My advice is dont get it, what are you gonna do with it anyway, i mean your not gonna rank for google, your not gonna fool anyone to thinking its google.

    Dont know, you could use it to spam with :) would be ironic to see it rank high ;)
    HaRRo, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  15. chandan123

    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    what if i have google-bot.com ? r they going to sue me ? are simply ignore me
    chandan123, Jan 9, 2008 IP
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    danger9918 Well-Known Member

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    its worth nothing.. not even reg fee,, very high trademark issues
    danger9918, Jan 9, 2008 IP
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    Derrida Peon

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    you are kidding! tell me why you registered that?!?!?! I am sure others are interested too!

    less than reg fee! IMHO
    Derrida, Jan 9, 2008 IP
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    htmlindex Notable Member

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    Dumb advice IMO.

    This domain is worth between $0 & negative value.
    htmlindex, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  19. Fka200

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    Lol some people are ridiculous. Do you guys even know the meaning of trademark infringement?

    Let me try to explain it a little:


    1) You buy a domain because you think you can make money. This domain is infringing on a current trademark.

    2) You offer it to a company who owns the trademark. They have money, they can take it away from you with a WIPO. Read about what a WIPO is before you comment please. You are only giving OP bad advice.

    3) Instead of offering it to a company, you wait and hope they make YOU an offer. Nothing is on the site, since, if you put anything, they can prove something called BAD FAITH in registering the domain. People keep talking about other sites with "Google" in it... it depends how you push their buttons. If you're site becomes "huge" you think Google isn't going to snatch it away? HA! If you register a TM domain and it's worthless.. you think Google gives a sh!t? NO. It's F$%#IN WORTHLESS! You're just WASTING money reg'in it.

    4) You PARK the website. Company wants their name, they see you parked the trademarked domain, they get it away EASILY. No freakin' hassle.

    5) You put nothing on the site, yet you come to forums and post that you own googlesuckz.com and want to sell it to Google. They prove BAD FAITH by using this thread. YES. They can.



    If after reading that you still don't care, enjoy. Instead of reg'in a domain you actually have a future with, you're going to waste time, effort, and money with crappy names that have no value to you. Now if you reg a domain and it's TM'd AFTER you have purchased the domain, it's a whole different scenario.
    Fka200, Jan 9, 2008 IP
  20. Remotay

    Remotay Active Member

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    worthless domain. You wasted money with the reg. I don't see why anyone with half a brain would register that crappy domain name.
    Remotay, Jan 10, 2008 IP