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(i) the domain is acceptable between the masses
(ii) the site design is upto the mark
(iii) you have marketed it well (seo and im)
if you are talking about only domain and not making a site out of it, even then it has value. i own many .CCs and .WSs.
blancbleu.info sedo $636
This is a new trend, the names commanding a premium previously have been single word generics and geographics like casino.info $35,127 and newyork.info at $46,392.
Once there are more big, popular .infos out there, and public awareness has been raised, the tld should really take off.
.de and .uk lead the way in reported sales.
I suspect .bz (Brazil), .es, .it and others with sizeable internet communities are also doing well but the sales may not be reported.
I'm not and never have been a big fan of the rationalization of the ccTLDS for "other purposes", except for .tv. Given that TV ain't going to be television for much longer I think the .tv will start to descend - just like the islands - with the rising tides.
In Germany the clear no. 1 is .de, then .com, then .info/.net and at the end .biz/.org. I really like .info when the SLD match the TLD: india.info, sports.info ....
[edited by: encyclo at 3:51 pm (utc) on Nov. 15, 2006]
[edit reason] no personal URLs please, see forum charter [/edit]
so concentrate on Brazil/Spain get spanish and portugese names in .es and .br
get .it and .cn too.
Norway/Sweden are not bad either.