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Discussion in 'Appraisals' started by ivnj, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. AlienGG

    AlienGG Banned

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    #21
    $50K? that's dirty cheap!
    SEMrush
     
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    fsmedia Prominent Member

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    #22
    it's P R (ZERO).com, not PR(OH).com, so it's not worth anything imo....they're lieing in that ebay listing.
     
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    #23
    No, its not pr0.com. Its a IDN name. This is the name he is selling - xn--pr-kbc.com. Look up what IDN names are.

    Not worth anything IHO.
     
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    #24
    Anybody wanna buy searchnoob.com? ;)
     
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    #25
    I dont think random IDNs should be worth anything unless they actualy mean osmething in the language they are in.
     
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    AlienGG Banned

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    #26
    i just started h8ing n00bz :D
    it IS pr(oh).com, but it's an IDN in Cyrillic which looks exactly same as English, but it actually is not.
     
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    #27
    but they do sell! LoL!
    I think top.com idn went for $500
     
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    #28
    I dont understand why though.

    The IDN domains are not even veiwable for a lot of people. Why would they be worth money now. Is it the same amount of letters in a different language. Someone mentioned software to mask the domain this is whats ocnfusin me.
     
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    #29
    read my posts.
     
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    ivnj Banned

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    #30
    BTW, What is LLL and LLN.

    Thanks,
    ivnj
     
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    #31
    letter-letter-letter. letter-letter-number.

    And yes, the auction is for "Pro.com (or xn--pr-kbc.com)".

    Also, Pro.com is worth MUCH more than $50,000.
     
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    #32
    Wow... Shame it's an IDN... if it was the real pro.com, I wouldn't even sell it for even a six figure.
     
    Static, Jan 5, 2007 IP
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    #33
    Hmm, dont think this domain has very much value. Whats the chance that someone will type in a IDN?
     
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    #34
    russians who forget to switch IME :D
     
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    #35
    And whats Russian traffic worth? :p
     
    Sam Granger, Jan 6, 2007 IP
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    #36
    I wonder if the bidders actually know it is a IDN or not. Even though it is clearly stated in the auction that it is an IDN. I almost accidentally bid on it till I realized it is a IDN.
     
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    #37
    A cryllic IDN like this - Mixed with LATIN characters is very unlikely to be typed in.


    Now if your talking about words in different languages as they are intended to be [Like Russian, Spanish, etc], I'm already getting (on top IDN words of course) 1000-5000 unique visitors/month on some domains, one has already got 12,000 uniques and I think i bought it in October ??


    But crap like this is worthless. Stick to real words.

    Look at the Punycode: xn--pr-kbc.com

    The PR is the PR on the English Keyboard, and "O" is the fake O. To make sure your IDN isn't mixed with latin characters, convert the punycode [the xn--] then search google or something. Words in different languages have OVT also.
     
    Fka200, Jan 23, 2007 IP