LLL.in 100% Buyout..

Daver

Member
Just scanned all 17576 domains from aaa-zzz.
Not a single LLL.in is available.
All are taken. Its a 100% buyout.. :)
 

ryanmlanane

New Member
I don't understand why even resellers aren't taking any lll.in they can get their hands on for $25

Only way you get them now is drop catching or being very lucky.

The double & triple premiums are increasingly value. Any lll.in should never change hands for less than $25 IMHO
 

ryanmlanane

New Member
^^^+1.. Totally Agree

And as we continue to renew hundreds of them per year our request for ROI will be greater than the ROI we seek now, at least for me.

In other words if I have $12 (reg + one year renewal) which is bare min in every lll.in I own - The least I would want to sell any of them for now is $60

Next year when I pay another year reg fees - demand will be increasing, and even if it stayed neutral I would still be asking for bare minimum of $100 per lll.in

The following year, it will be $150 - $200 depending on market conditions.

Those of us who held in and RENEWED our lll.in names will reap the rewards in due time.

Biggest prohibitive thing about .in domains is the lack of affiliate programs. I am very interested in working with others who feel the same and putting some effort into offering ways for .in domain owners to monetize them better than the cheap pay Google pays per click.

This will lead to developmet of keyword domains - which will lead to an Indian internet economy. That will increase demands by companies for their lll.in names, which to be honest I am considering only selling for a percentage of revenues / lease situation. A partnership basically. Passive income.

Either way it will be interesting but giving ways for people in India to make money is the primary thing that needs to be accomplished IMMEDIATELY.
 

LLL.in King

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Thanks for your correct, comprehensive input Ryan.

Plus, we should all remember that Google and Hostgator are trying to get 500,000 smbs in india online in the next 3 years. There are probably no more than 5000-7000 lll.ins available for them to buy(via hand regs and aftermarket purchases). There are not enough good .in domains for indian businesses, so the numbers are STAGGERING,but it wil take some time.I hope the next 2 years or so allows us .in investors to start recooping our tallying cost of holding and managing these numerous underrated gems.
 

Daver

Member
Now available only 8 domains... 2 hours ago it was 12... :)

kqc.in
kqi.in
kqp.in
kqv.in
kqx.in
kqy.in
kzq.in
qgu.in

I have not reg any..
 

domainpundit

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all are over.. not taken by me.. LLL.in investment is looking very promising in near term... many new investors are joining the game...
 

a2zofb2b

Member
Premium LLL.in has promising potential.

However, most of non premium gets registered at promotional pricing only to be dropped and re-registered again at promotional pricing ($1.89).
I have seen people having little success in selling their non premium lll.in for even $7
 

domainpundit

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for end users there is no difference between premium and non premium letters, at the same time premium letters had a better chance to sell as these are letters which are high in usage in terms of probability...

Having said that, many names which are not sold on forums for XX $ , sold outside for low xxxx $ , if some one investing assuming they can sell in next 1to 2 years or so.. then they are wrong... LLL.ins are surely long term investment.. it may take 5 years or some times 10 years too.. if some one is not patient enough then better to stay away from LLL.ins...

LLL.in buyout has occurred few times earlier... but the consistency of the buyout is not maintained for long term earlier, but this time its happening since June 2010... even if a name is dropping with in 3 days the same is getting registered... so I am seeing it as break-even for lll.in buyout... Also many lll.ins are put into use , which was not the case during earlier buy outs..... many lll.in s kept out of parking which itself is clearly telling the value of lll.in has increased and now the owners are started protecting their names at the risk of loosing parking revenue which was not the case earlier...
 

a2zofb2b

Member
for end users there is no difference between premium and non premium letters, at the same time premium letters had a better chance to sell as these are letters which are high in usage in terms of probability...

Having said that, many names which are not sold on forums for XX $ , sold outside for low xxxx $ , if some one investing assuming they can sell in next 1to 2 years or so.. then they are wrong... LLL.ins are surely long term investment.. it may take 5 years or some times 10 years too.. if some one is not patient enough then better to stay away from LLL.ins...

LLL.in buyout has occurred few times earlier... but the consistency of the buyout is not maintained for long term earlier, but this time its happening since June 2010... even if a name is dropping with in 3 days the same is getting registered... so I am seeing it as break-even for lll.in buyout... Also many lll.ins are put into use , which was not the case during earlier buy outs..... many lll.in s kept out of parking which itself is clearly telling the value of lll.in has increased and now the owners are started protecting their names at the risk of loosing parking revenue which was not the case earlier...

If you truly believed in the potential of non premium LLL.in, you would not be trying to sell it for $5 within few days of registration.
http://www.inforum.in/sale/10117-lll-names.html

Yes, there may be 150% profit in your sale. But, in terms of $ value and time spent is it worth the effort.
 

domainpundit

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Thats correct....I have so many lll.ins and cant afford to renew all as I don't have too much capital to njoy the same ... even though I believe in lll.in.. I need money renew... raising some money with quick profits ... It doesn't meant they worth nothing..
 

domainpundit

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If you truly believed in the potential of non premium LLL.in, you would not be trying to sell it for $5 within few days of registration.
http://www.inforum.in/sale/10117-lll-names.html

Yes, there may be 150% profit in your sale. But, in terms of $ value and time spent is it worth the effort.

---.in was on sale few mins before, but a forum member has bought it now... I dont know the reason, but its a good name as its the airport code of a city name Vladikavkaz , who realises the opportunity and able to afford they will be winners.. Hope my dear friend you understand my point..

Vladikavkaz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
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a2zofb2b

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ogz.in was on sale few mins before, but a forum member has bought it now... I dont know the reason, but its a good name as its the airport code of a city name Vladikavkaz , who realises the opportunity and able to afford they will be winners.. Hope my dear friend you understand my point..

Vladikavkaz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Probably the forum member saw the LLL.in 100% buyout thread.
Yes, there may may be few hidden gem in non premium LLL once in a while.
But, I would expect those to have been sold by now.

I am speaking from experience and it relates to non premium LLL .
As part of a consortium, we had bought out non premium LLL of a leading country code. We spend low $xxx,xxx in registrations and renewals for 5 years only to drop it in the 6th year.
 
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domainpundit

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Probably the forum member saw the LLL.in 100% buyout thread.
Yes, there may may be few hidden gems in non premium LLL once in a while.
But, I would expect those to have been sold by now.

I am speaking from experience and it relates to non premium LLL .
As part of a consortium, we had bought out non premium LLL of a leading country code. We spend low $xxx,xxx in registrations and renewals for 5 years only to drop it in the 6th year.


May I know the leading country code you are talking about , that can help me out to understand the hidden reasons of your consortium failure approach... It depends on the timing ... if you have bought the non premium lll.in names 5 years before certainly its a wrong time...

here is my 2 cents....

1. how many total .in registrations were there earlier in 2006 , how many now?
2. How many developed websites were there 5 years before using .in and how many now?
3. What is the internet penetration % in India 5 years before , what is the number of users now..?
4. What were the internet infrastructure conditions of internet in 2006 in India and what it is now?

5. Do mobile internet usage exists in India in 2006? LLL.ins are most easy names for mobile internet users

and so on....

If you can answer the above questions with your experience , you will certainly find the answer for you... timing is quite important for any task , I believe the same here too.. many things are helping .in extension to explode out of that the available lll.ins are just 17000+ , many of the same names are getting used across the globe by end users... My honest belief is its the right time to buy lll.ins

cheers
 

a2zofb2b

Member
DP,
I can't reveal about the country code or anything else about the consortium due to NDA .
For the premium LLL.in, I agree with your points.

IMO, non premium lll.in is waste of time and money.
Only time will tell. But, unfortunately the time frame gets reset and suffers the n+5 syndrome.

I have been proven wrong many times in my domain investment strategy.

I wish you the best with your non premium lll.in investment
 

LLL.in King

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Underestimating double premium lll.ins is naive to me.

On the ther hand, how can you say non premium lll.in is waste of time and money when some of mine already pay for their renewal fees and have even gotten email inquiries?
 

domainpundit

Active Member
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DP,
I can't reveal about the country code or anything else about the consortium due to NDA .
For the premium LLL.in, I agree with your points.

IMO, non premium lll.in is waste of time and money.
Only time will tell. But, unfortunately the time frame gets reset and suffers the n+5 syndrome.

I have been proven wrong many times in my domain investment strategy.

I wish you the best with your non premium lll.in investment


I just say we are two good domainers with different opinions /different beliefs... I have my own stats to believe I am right.. may be you have your own experiences from other country extensions.. I am 200 % confident lll.in wont let me down , as I feel its the right timing to own double premium lll.ins.. Lets see in next 3 years we should know who is right


cheers
 

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