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Domain name BookkeepingAgency.com is FOR SALE.


Hello Everyone,

I would like to let you know that domain name BookkeepingAgency.com is now available to buy.

If you are interested and have any question please contact me.

Thanks,

Mike Brol



-- Edited by Mike Brol on Friday 19th of May 2017 12:22:11 PM

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Why was the domain so successful that you're selling? Although a domain is a licence of sorts, correct - so you can't really buy? Nor sell, but transfer.

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Good luck with getting $12.5k for it, I can't really anyone paying even a tenth of that

Here's a link to what the page looked like in 2015, and there has been no further development since then https://web.archive.org/web/20111121140549/http://www.bookkeepingagency.com:80/

So sorry Michael, I'm out.



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Wow! Seriously? I doubt I'd pay 12.5k for KPMG - especially if they were selling. Surely using the domain of another is about as risky as taking over a VAT number. Reputation is everything.

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abacus12345 wrote:

Wow! Seriously? I doubt I'd pay 12.5k for KPMG - especially if they were selling. Surely using the domain of another is about as risky as taking over a VAT number. Reputation is everything.


It depends on the popularity of the site in question. eg I was a big fan of Firefox, and would install it on any computer I was cleaning up or re-installing. However the firefox . com domain didn't belong to them, as it was used by a different company in America. It would appear that at some point Firefox have bought the domain, and probably cost them a considerable amount of money.



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