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Got a quick question: How do I sell a website that I bought from 123 reg.com? Thanks in advance for any comment. My other question... According to the.

Domainnamewire.

, the /img/avatar8.jpg let this name expire and it sold at snapnames for $72,250 on 9-12-06.

When I seen the news of the sale of this HostGator I myself was like huh? CityCenter.com? Thats totally backwards, who would want that?.

Www.CityCenter.com.

Just goes to show ya once again, you just never know what kind of value you may really have in your portfolio. Dont ever underestimate the value of your domains and by all means, think twice before you let something "catchy" expire...

Comments (10)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably could answer your 123 reg question..

Comment #1

I don't think CityCenter.com is backwards at all. And I would not have let it drop, unless of course I was really poor at the time.. But I would at least try to sell it myself..

Man that is a nice sale, too bad for the previous owner..

Comment #2

Many convention centers are referred to as "City Center", making this HostGator anything but backwards. It's actually dead on correct! I'm not surprised that the HostGator generated 72k+, i'm definitely surprised that the previous owner did let it drop. I'd have to be dead to let this one go......

Comment #3

Not backwards? Around my parts we say "Center City" Maybe I just never heard the term "City Center"..

Comment #4

I've lived in California, Boston MA and Missouri and a few other US states..

I've never reffered to a "City Center" as "Center City".. Unless the city name is Center...

However I do say "The Center of the City".. on occasion!.

LOL.

Different dialects / environments .. I gues....

Comment #5

...oh yes, I remember that one bought by MGM !.

What a bummer for the people that drop them.

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Comment #6

Results 1 - 10 of about 2,530,000 for "city center".

Results 1 - 10 of about 1,970,000 for "center city".

Wow, I thought I would win that one.

Living in the burbs of philadelphia, if I go "down town" for something, I say I'm going to center city. City center.

Implies a specific buiding or smaller area of a city. Oh $#@^, now I'm all confused..

Comment #7

I've been to practically every large city in America and have never heard of anyone referring to downtown as center city...

Comment #8

I remember a similar discussion about my old HostGator TapMac.com.

A North Eastern U.S "slang" term for withdrawing money from an ATM machine because they were in fact "Mac Machines" MAC - Money Access Center, and I think one person here heard it before and I felt like some kind of.

LMAO..

Comment #9

Correction.... The HostGator sold on September 1 2006 and the high bidder was darn..

Comment #10

It is, and alot better than the one that MGN were using at the time -.

Www.projectcitycenter.com.

I bet they had tried to get that one before but could'nt.

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Comment #11


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.