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Old 11-16-2003, 10:55 AM   #16
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sorry, but you guys are trying to see the *** of angels here...
zmusic is a easy name to remember so it can worth much if someone want's to start a music online company, it can worth zero if no one wants it, as simple as that.

how much you would offer to yahoo.net ? it's a 5 letter domain and it worth more then much hehehhe
it all dependes about u want to do with the domain.
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Old 11-16-2003, 11:13 AM   #17
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another point that should be considered, some companies do not want to purchase an established property. By that I mean, content, content, content.

Page rank, alexa, etc. doesn't mean a thing to a company that purely wants a specific domain name to brand their own specific content.

In some cases, or for that matter, in most cases, anyone seeking to do their own branding will prefer to purchase a domain name without any pre-determined branding.

In the case of zmusic, I would say it has a better chance to catch they eye of a potential purchaser if it remains unbranded.

If for example, the domain was widely associated with country music, a potential buyer with a "Heavy Metal", genre in mind will probably just pass up the domain as a bad purchase.
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Old 11-16-2003, 12:10 PM   #18
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"Z" is the WORST single letter to have.
Or is it... the best? Actually,

Besides Zmusic, the only other letters brandable with a hip sound would probably be emusic, imusic or xmusic.
Exactly. And all of those are taken. Actually, all "one letter + music" names are registered.

Anyway... don't mean to get into a big debate about it. I have registered and posted over at DNForums, thanks for the suggestion Steve.

My offer still stands, though... if anyone wants to buy it or knows someone who does.

Take care, all.
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