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As the dispute over the rights to the domain name southafrica.com rages on, the government is now looking at buying the internet address as a matter of principle, even if it costs millions of rands.
Business Day reports the communications department has started negotiating with US company Virtual Countries, which owns the name.
All interesting stuff, 1st NewZealand.com , now this, combined with a number of 5 and 6 figure domain name sales in 2003.
Interesting times ahead methinks
joined:June 24, 2002
as for the $7,5 Million for Business.com , well for once I will keep my thoughts to myself.
Without a doubt though 2003 has seen a number of 5 and 6 figure domain sales.
I am personally involved in three 5 figure domains, and one 6 figure domain.
You said you were involved in some 5 and 6 figure domains.
How do you get them that high? If someone makes an offer don't they start out real low. How high is too high? If you gave a high dollar amount they would just be scared away.
I am interested to see how this works? Your comments?
my company name is abc so abc would have a quite high value.
if abc sold widgets and widgets was massive industry then widgets.co.uk would be much better for me to own.