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$Million Dollars Domain Names That Are Undeveloped!

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by shellyboy911, Jan 28, 2014.

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    I was looking at some of the most expensive domains ever and decided to check out some of the sites and realize that many were undeveloped, parked, or doesn't resolve anywhere.

    What a waste!

    tech.com and technology.com – no sites.

    beer.com – If vodka sold for $3,000,000 . beer.com can be even bigger!

    green.com - WOW!

    Watches.com

    Network.com , Networks.com , Networking.com. Each can be worth at least a million bucks.

    Cameras.com – $1,500,000 sold in 2006 , Currently a parked domain.

    Ticket.com – $1,525,000 sold in 2009. Nothing here.

    Spain.com – $Priceless .

    Italy.com – $priceless.

    Have you seen any other super premiums domains collecting dust?

    Do you own a super premium and not doing anything with it?

    Which super domain would you take over and what would you do with it?


    shellyboy911, Jan 28, 2014 IP
  2. ryan_uk

    ryan_uk Prominent Member

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    It's a false economy to just leave domains collecting dust, especially when they are so-called premium. (Unless you are making a sh*t load from parking.) These days, people are often coming up with cool brands. I wouldn't bother paying mega amounts for a domain just because it's so-called premium. Look at Vine - they turned down vine.com due to the price tag of $500,000 and frankly it was a smart move. The money can be spent elsewhere, such as marketing, getting drunk and eating lots of good food.
    ryan_uk, Jan 28, 2014 IP
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    shellyboy911 Active Member

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    Good point. Vine is a cool name, definitely not worth $500k, well at least not before vine.co came out. Now vine.com is reaping a boat load of free traffic from people just typing in vine.com for fun thinking its related to the vine.co.
    shellyboy911, Jan 28, 2014 IP
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    dscurlock Well-Known Member

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    they probably did not even sweat it...
    They call that a write off or tax break....
    dscurlock, Jan 28, 2014 IP