how long we must hold .co.ins to get good price

Discussion in 'General Indian Domain Name Discussion' started by .co.in, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. .co.in

    .co.in New Member

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    i have some .co.in getting 50$ to 150$ offers how long should i hold o get good price are these domain really worth

    latest.co.in
    branded.co.in
    pagerank.co.in
    massive.co.in
    tweak.co.in
    seotools.co.in
    livescores.co.in
    bush.co.in
    berlin.co.in
    brad.co.in .com sold for 200k$
    argentina.co.in
    VCC.co.in:virtual credit card
    FIFA.co.in
    important.co.in
    delete.co.in
    ASH.co.in
    article.co.in

    thanks
     
  2. ekaln

    ekaln New Member

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    Hi .co.in - Welcome to INForum :)

    I think we're in a similar situation to IDNs and also similar to where the .us extension was around a year ago.

    The potential is there. Its mainly a question of waiting for the market to heat up.

    Personally, I have a 3-year reg. on my best domains as thats when I believe the real value will start to show.
     
  3. Abstracts.tv

    Abstracts.tv Guest

    I agree with Steve 100%. Sure, you can sell them now for $50-$150, but in a couple of years you will wish you would have waited. I think it's all a matter of being patient, and just waiting a couple of years.

    Frank
     
  4. maverick123

    maverick123 New Member

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    As suggested by steve, have patience, fruits will follow soon. :)
    I too have got U.S.750 offer for my domain YouBid.in , but i refused it.
    Indian centric domains will command high prices once the market of these localosed domains get its long over-due attnetion.

    all the best to all of us. :)
     
  5. Tipsfromthetop

    Tipsfromthetop New Member

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    My advice is get them fully reg'd for 5 years and forget them, if you look at them every day you will get inpatient hehe. Do not sell now unless you get an offer you can not refuse, just try and promote them with out breaking any parking rules.. also Exposure is a good thing..

    so simply.

    Buy Them... Park Them... Sit on them... forget them... ( years gone by ) sell them... Retire haha