jmccormac - 3:16 am on Aug 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
Was looking at the domains for the Dublin TRAFFIC show next week. The price guidelines should win an Oscar for the best comedy yet. There are supposedly Irish targeted domains that are so completely screwed up in terms of pricing that they are beyond a joke. (The main TLDs in Ireland are .IE/.COM). There are a few .eu domains but they are a joke in terms of value compared to the main ccTLDs in Europe. The .co.uk domains look interesting but seem to be priced for the gullible rather than operators. For all the waffle that some domainers come out with about ccTLDs, I think that they haven't a clue about ccTLD markets and how they differ from the gTLD markets. There are some interesting ones but finding good domains these days is like panning for gold in a sewage farm.