Discussion in 'Available / Expiring Indian Domain Names' started by Ace, Jun 8, 2009.
n o these r not available
no more lll.in domains
i got hold of 50 so far
We hit the wall - let's see if it stands. So far, it seems it will ...
I think nnn.in will grow in value before lll.in
It will still be YEARS before full potential is reached but hopefully you don't have problems selling any lll.in for $100 in a year ... now selling for $15 was a pain, even some premiums time to pay some renewal fees though lol !
Unlike last buyout, let's consider .IN renewals are much lower now (at Mitsu they're less than $9), so no excuse for not renewing your LLLs.
someone started selling lll.in for $10 each already
recieved pm on other forum
Let me guess, NP ?
its a business.... people are registering for 75 Rs and when they sell for 10 $ , still the seller can make a profit of 400 % , so obviously some one who wants to book profits they will sell to get the advantage of the situation.... But I can confidently tell LLL.ins will be the hot cakes of the future , one who sells for 10 $ now regrets in future.... in 2 Years surely they prices will multi fold.....I see lot of upsurge in traffic in LLL.ins especially perhaps this may link to the increased 3g usage..
lets see i will keep what i already got
building a script to keep me informed regarding expiring domains
Dude, all the best, feel free to share your script for testing the same...
That comment makes you my hero!!!!!!
When i look at the numbers, there is almost no realistic way lll.ins will not keep doing well. Yes it might seem like a slow market,but look at the time span it took for the buyout(well a bunch of years),but it happened! finally too, so time really goes by quickly and before you know it, you're sitting on luxurious Indian e-real estate. Triple premiums are no-brain investments for the mid-long term. if you have the money buy them up asap.Finders are smart raiders and stallers are losers.
Kussy, you mentioned lll.in's reseller market staying weak for some time now(selling triple premiums between $50-$60 u said right?). YOu're definitely correct that lll.ins on the reseller market are often lukewarm(but not always),but the fact is that end user sales keep happening occasionally, and this takes names out of the pool, therefore raising the prices. You reported sale of tas.co.in's here, but isn't that yet ANOTHER lll.co.in taken out of circulation on the aftermarket?Its small progress, but i believe we will all get our share of at least some "dynamite" action if we hold the right names. Its only a mattter of when. But you want to own the gems when the when moment arrives. Please dont completely give up on them
After going through the this thread, I have constructed a graph for the different counts of available LLL.INs over the months leading upto the buyout.
where can i we finding dropping .in domains ?
Same question, where to find the drops
Great graph, Ace.
Only 11 left now
none left out.... all are registered..... I tried but i got only few of them...
U got something I didn't get anything.
I am dropping the following.
Will transfer for 10$ each.
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