Are premium .nom.co domains worth anything

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Are one word .nom.co domain names worth anything?
What are your opinions on them?
#domains #nomco #premium #worth
  • Profile picture of the author Tim3
    Big in Colombia I would imagine, I doubt they would have much value to anyone else.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marketing Fool
    Generally no...but it depends. Is the website built and does it have traffic or income? If so, the name is irrelevant.
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  • Profile picture of the author vedremo
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    Assuming it's a brand new domain, I would say not really much intrinsic value right now.

    But the same thing used to be said about .net & .org domains. Could be worth something in the future, so more a buy & hold than a flip.
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  • Profile picture of the author Meharis
    Originally Posted by wallstreeterwww View Post

    Are one word .nom.co domain names worth anything?
    What are your opinions on them?
    wallstreeterwww,

    If you can come up with a word ending in "co" like: Fantastic.co
    You may have something but, I doubt you find any. I personally ignore .co and .nom.
    Think out of the box and keep looking for .com. You can't go wrong.
    Dot com domains are "born" every minute.

    Meharis
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Trujillo
    I do not like them, they are unprofessional and look spammy and plain cheap. If you don't invest money in a ".com" or ".net" how is anybody going to take you serious ? People are more familiar with ".com" and ".net" , and it is more trusting IMO (but not always) .
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    • Profile picture of the author Seemore25101
      Originally Posted by maximumsuccess7 View Post

      I do not like them, they are unprofessional and look spammy and plain cheap. If you don't invest money in a ".com" or ".net" how is anybody going to take you serious ? People are more familiar with ".com" and ".net" , and it is more trusting IMO (but not always) .

      I find this to be true. When I come across something other than a .com, I don't know what it is... it just feels weird and I don't trust it as much.
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