pmkpmk - 1:06 pm on Aug 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
The .com of my .de went into reemption a while ago, and I subscribed with a backorder service to try to grab it once it got dropped. Unfortunately the backorder service did not succeed, and now "my" doman belongs to a South Korean grabber and is parked with a popular parking/domaintrader service.
What is the best practice to get the domain as cheap as possible? I assume showing the least interest will switfly increase the price.
Do I sign up to the dman trading platform with my company name (equalling the domain name), or do I create a dummy-account?
Do I have any legal means - at least for threatening - because the domain name is equal to my (worldwide unique) company name?
What is a rather long domain name whose only match is our worldwide unique company name worth at all?
Any advice would be appreciated!