I was browsing various geo-domains, in particular Kennebunk in Maine. There seems to be a tremendous interest in the area, due to the recently exposed “Zumba sex” scandal, involving a local fitness instructor.
Obviously, the .com, .net and .org are all taken.
Due to the shorthand for Maine being “ME”, I decided to look up Kennebunk.me and sure enough, it is taken and available for sale at Sedo.
What stood out, however, was the extended message that the seller provides through his listing, under “Seller’s description.”
I found it to be very comprehensive and educating towards anyone who would inquire about his domain portfolio; definitely indicative of a flexible, yet experienced domain seller. Despite a couple of typos, it’s a move in the right direction, that anyone listing domains on Sedo should consider adopting.
ALL offers are considered – let’s talk.
Domain name is sold without content.
-To see ALL of my domain names you must be logged in. Then click on ‘View more Domains from this seller’ below (under ‘Meet the Seller’)!
-Click on “View Full Description” to see a sampling of some of my premium listed here on Sedo.
A printed ad or even an online add promotes your business, organization, hobby or pursuit only for the lifetime of the ad. A good domain name promotes for as long as you own the domain. Consider this when you are considering buying a domain name – get the best name that you can afford.
The value of a name is determined by many things – here are a few:
- the extension (.com, net, etc.),
- the length (shorter the better),
- the recall value (how easy it is to remember),
- brand recognition (does it describe the business)
- search engine friendliness.
If you have no idea of the value of domain names or wonder what names actually sell for you may want to check out the weekly sales at DNJournal.