joined:Aug 27, 2010
sorry Gentlemen that I excavate the thread about .pro Domains,
last message was on Feb. 7 2010.
Please excuse my English, it is very rusty. I am a 60 year old domainer for fun from Germany.
First a few words about .pro: Of course we can not compare it with a .com.
But we all know most really interesting generic key are registered at cno and ccTLD.
And at least in Germany .pro is not the worst compensation. In the thread I am referring to, was a great discussion about what .pro stands for.
Wiki says: [en.wikipedia.org
So like in the other countries .pro stands for professional. But like the .me (ccTLD) for Montenegro, where the most Domains are registrated because of the English
>> me << pro has another meaning.
In Germany ( German speaking countries) we say >> Pro und Contra << what means pros and cons or >> for and against <<
And now .pro makes sense. CleanEnergy.pro OldAgePension.pro Ecar.pro …
A few days ago I registrated a .pro domain with the German generic term for
German/German (exact) (for an English word with exact match> 40k and US $ 8,14 CPC! <The domain> sounds not bad.
Yesterday I offered the domain to one of the leading companies in this multi million business. They would pay me a really good price (the .com is available for 60k Euro or so) if …
Therefore I ask: Has someone experience with the ranking of .pro? Sure, it will be more expenditure than with a ccTLD or a .com, but …
@ user zuratv on Feb 7 2010
>> -.pro ranking =great, no problems!
- .pro SEO Super!
much better then, idiotic3-4word.com!))) <<
>> [edit reason] Per Domain Forum Charter we don't allow members to mention their domains [/edit] <<
thanks for reading
[edited by: Webwork at 2:07 pm (utc) on Aug 28, 2010]
[edit reason] Mostly we avoid mentioning specific domain names or their equivalent translations [/edit]