A very good week for drops. Ranging from the tasty to the errr.. not so tasty. If you’re a flame proofing musician with a love of Vietnamese sandwiches you’re in for a treat!
Bahnh Mi are Vietnamese sandwiches and are very popular at the moment at local food markets and street food events. This will be a highly prized domain for anyone that operates in that industry and I expect it to get snapped-up pretty quick for £700 or more.
Flame proofing is big business and this is the perfect domain for a company in the industry. A quick google search shows a lot of flame proofing companies in The UK are using domains like “essexflameproofing.co.uk” or “fabricflameproofing.co.uk”, which is not exactly ideal. To the right buyer this domain could potentially fetch around £2000.
This is one of my favorite drops of the week and is absolutely perfect for a music shop or music tutor. It’s a single word domain that’s memorable and relevant to the industry. No surplice then that the domain was bagged quickly. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this in-use or back on the market for £500 or more.
A plethora of domains starting with “un” dropped this week. It looks like a large domain holding company decided to offload some of their portfolio. There were some good domains and bad among them. My pick would be uncomfortable.co.uk and unpopular.co.uk.
It’s rare to see a large group of dictionary terms like this hit the market all at once.
This is an interesting example that I thought I would highlight. I’ll leave the moral and legal issues aside and just concentrate on the domain itself. If this was any other industry this domain could potentially be a market leader and worth over £10,000. However, due to the explicit nature of the domain, it’s absolutely worthless. Nobody could legally run a site featuring that type of content. For this reason I expect the domain to stay unregistered, unless someone is daft enough to buy it.