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Let's all have our say about the future of .Me domains. One time = 1X only.
Is Borrow.me worth $400.
No. End of "gut check call" analysis.
Anyone else want to talk about .Me domains? Fire away. This thread will live only so long as Buckworks and I agree that it's something more than a spamfest, so mind your manners, please. :P
OTOH, there's some evidence that Google may have recently "whacked" .Info domains . . just because . . of the years of spamming via .Info domains . . etc.
So, what's the chance that .Me domains may be subject to a bit of creative search engine anti-gravity deweighting? Anyone want to take a side bet on that?
AFAIK, this type of domaining, which I'll call "new gTLD/ccTLD" domaining, is the most highly speculative. People who play this game should only play it with "casino money", which is money you are prepared to spend/lose for entertainment purposes only. IF you get a payoff for your bet consider yourself lucky. Beyond that, it's anyone's guess how a new gTLD or ccTLD - or repurposed ccTLD - will work out as an investment.
I have yet to buy my first .Mobi domain. I own a handful of .Info domains and .Biz domains. I don't own them for their speculative value.
joined:June 3, 2007
Sure IF someone has the HUGE amount of money to promote it via traditional methods similar to "a well-known UK insurance advertiser", however for me the interesing thing is, check "borrow" in Google.
Wow...but how may people type borrow v lend/loan?
The reality that com/net/org/biz/info ALL have parked ad pages my tell you something.