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Old 29th July 2006, 05:10 AM
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Re: Are you registering typos?

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Originally Posted by DomenForum.net
There are more people out there who will give you $ for high traffic domain than end users.

If such name generates steady dayly traffic that increases day by day, than NameDrive will pay you for whatever domain generates in up to 96 months, isn't that better than generic "dot com" with zero traffic, and hold on to it for few years until someone offers you few thousand dollars for it?

Isn't it better to have money today and invest them, so you can get high profits tomorrow, than have money tomorrow?
Of course you can make money. But you can't advertise a typo domain on TV. The domain cars.com can be advertised on TV in any language. That is what I mean by commercial value to end users.

Everyone has a different strategy. I'd rather have a million in 5 years, rather than $10,000 today.
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