Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at Godaddy as they probably know..
Can't you see it's value?.
This HostGator is one of those superb type in' ones.
Btw, congratulations for the nice sale...
Forget how shocking the sale is. What is even more shocking is the fact that you registered it!..
Wow and I don't even quite get what the.
Part of the HostGator is saying.
This must be why I can never be as successful in this..
Well If I type this HostGator in address bar I would make a typo 99 times out of 100..
But then also nice sale. Great...
[EDIT]btw..,via your singature, I found you really like long name.....
And thanks Andrew, your thread has been the most encouraging one..
I will work hard(er)...
Wow that's a lot for 30 letters but it was worth it to someone..
Come on... Some DNs have to be long because the topic is a long word in itself. ie: Hydrocodone 11 letters.
How else could you say Hydrocodone without prescription. Maybe norxhydro.com.... That's shorter but not clear and hard to understand. Or how about hydrocodoneworx.com.... Hmm.. again kinda confusing..
At least when people read or type hydrocodonewithoutprescription.com they know what they are going to look at..
I think that if a DN is direct, to the point and there are not shorter versions then the length doesn't much matter..
Yeah like Mesothelioma domains for example, that's 12 letters by itself, although people arguably get those particular domains for advertising reasons.....
Actually I've seen alot of businesses with LONG domains.. most are complete phrases of one sort or another. I think the new trend is to say what you need to say. A long HostGator may be hard to type in but may help with brandability...
IMHO, the buyer got jipped, but good job on getting such a high price!..
There is definetly one out on a keyword HostGator spree.
I know that maybe keywords will be the "key" for future PPC conversions, but .... this one is a raw diamond found in the backyard.
Only one question:.
Did buyer stepped in with a high offer, or did you polish the diamond ?
Congrats Andrew! That is so cool a long name sold for so much..
Do think this gives my shmuck HostGator hope? I own 0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9.com and it's funny but it's had over 80 views this month. People are probably visiting and laughing their buts off wondering who the shmuck is..
Psst - thanks to Maximum for that name donation...
What is shocking is someone paying $15,100 for 123casino.us, especially when I would have sold them 247casino.us for 10% of that..
I almost fell out of my chair when I saw your post..
Congrats on this 1 in a million anomaly sale.
Fifteen letters/characters is considdered a long domain, but thirty? That's huge!..
I would say you are the only one to sell such a monster !.
How did you registered? I never buy or register any HostGator over 15 letters...( shame on me.
Nice sale. Would have appraised this one 0$ - regfee...
Congraulations, I would have valued it at about the same value as FanCube. Very nice sale indeed for such a name..