09 May '11, 4pm

An Introduction To Investing In .co.uk Domains

An Introduction To Investing In .co.uk Domains

This is a guest post by longtime domain investor Gary Taylor . The .co.uk domain name aftermarket is extremely active. In Q4 2010 , .co.uk had a higher average sales price than both the .net and .org extensions, quadrupling in value from just $523 in Q1 of 2010 to $2,030 by the end of the year. The extension is maintaining strength in 2011, currently holding three of the top ten ccTLD positions on the year to date domain sales charts on DNJournal. If you are new to the UK domain name market here’s a little bit of background about the .co.uk extension and how you can get in on the action. Nominet UK is the .uk domain name registry in the United Kingdom. It was founded by Dr Willie Black and five others in 1996. There are around 9 million registered .co.uk domain names to date. Nominet publishes a comprehensive annual domain industry report which was featured on DotSauce las...

Full article: http://www.dotsauce.com/2011/05/09/introduction-investing...

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