- State: California
- Country: United States
- Listed: March 16, 2015 9:33 am
- Expires: This ad has expired
- Views: 798
Domainname : www.booklimit.com
Price : $220
Email : email@example.com
Register : GODADDY
A killer opportunity, take off your glasses and see how clear this investment is as an opportunity, I think we can all agree this eventually will go for mid-six to seven figures to a good Silicon Valley based company!
Booklimit.com could very well become the next big name and I have had multiple investors and companies in the industry compliment the domain claiming this name is a no brainer. Despite their cash offers I am placing Booklimit.com for sale on Flippa.com exclusively, you will find the domain name itself forwarding to this listing so everyone knows about it.
We all know this is a great domain but what are the numbers like, anyone investing in a premium name like this knows they need to see hard facts. Let’s take a look.
“Booklimit” is searched 5,400 times and “Book” is searched 12,000 times and each have clicks in the $5 range.
Why would clicks for these terms be worth more than average? Because a majority of services from BumpUp to Followup.cc, from reminders to Google calendar and thousands of other services online cater to tasks that you and I have to do.
Investors understand that power of this domain as a viable asset for any domain owner, you can see first hand multiple companies that already use this keyword in their domain:
It’s a generic term with a solid return! Inventors, advertisers, marketers they all understand the value of this keyword as having powerful online context
There is a new rage as well, crowd sourcing has been backing serious companies and startups booking product concepts. Anything from turning your persona vehicle into a cab service for extra money, picking up dry cleaning, shopping for someone in town to writing someone’s business proposal for them, these booking services are booming and this is the perfect category killer name!
Related keywords like Calendar, Manager, Chore, Duty, they all collectively receive millions of searches online but are not nearly as brandable or contextually in synch with the web!