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Generic Top Level Domain - Auctions Url.com -A fantastic Generic Top Level - Brand Specific Domain Name, for the Auctions Industry. The amount of businesses that can utilize and benefit from such a domain are incredible. Can be used for any start up or established business that sells its products via auctions, whether online or in a store, as well as online Domain Auctions and established Auction Houses. If you sell products or business services by Auction, this domain will put you head and shoulders above the competition. An ideal Liquid Investment Opportunity.
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Domain Name For Sale / At Auction: Auctions Url .com: 10% of the sale value of the domain name Auctions Url will be donated to Prostate Cancer UK, if the domain name is purchased via ebay.
The prostate gland; found only in men, is a small satsuma size gland in the pelvis, between the penis and the bladder surrounding the urethra, although women do have a series of small glands called the Skene glands. The cause of prostate cancer is unknown; although recent research suggests obesity increases the risk, and generally effects men over 50. Because we are living longer prostate cancer is on the increase. More men are now dying from prostate cancer than women from breast cancer, making it the 3rd biggest cancer killer. One man an hour is dying from prostate cancer. The problem with prostate cancer is you can have it for many years without knowing, and the symptoms of do not usually appear until the prostate is large when it effects the urethra; causing an increased need to pee, strain while peeing and having a feeling that your bladder has not fully emptied. Prostate Cancer UK has a simple ambition to stop men dying from prostate cancer by finding better tests, better treatments, better prevention and better support they aim to dramatically reduce the number of men dying from prostate cancer.
Be wary of Domain ValuationsHow much is a Domain Name Worth:
When I first started creating domain names for sale, I was always surprised at the discrepancy's in valuations from domain valuation websites. One would put a domain value of $15, another $22,000 for the same domain. One particular domain valued at $22,000 had an offer of $100,000 15 minutes after I listed it on flippa. It was then I turned my back on internet valuations of domain names, and concluded, that within reason a domain, especially a Generic Top Level Domain, is worth what someone is willing to pay. Internet domain name valuations also use a computer algorithm, which bases its valuation on the amount of letters within the domain, and if the domain contains a name or combinations of names that is/are in a dictionary. It bases no value on the most important aspect of a domain name; especially with brand domains, how memorable and pronounceable a domain name is. A fascinating example of how incorrect their valuations are is the domain name poker.com, one valuer puts a $22,000 price tag on it, when it is actually up for sale for $20,000,000. I rest my case. A domain is worth what someone is willing to pay for it, for what someone is willing to pay for it, is what it sells for, and that is what it is worth.
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