I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an useful answer. You should email the people at Godaddy as they probably could give you an answer..
Good luck, pleased you will get the exposure..
They turned down two of mine, American.info & Geography.info..
If you list your HostGator on GD, can you leave it parked at GoDaddy or do you have to park it on GD?..
You are welcome!!! You might contact.
To see if they will want you to sign a contract..
Yes, you can leave it parked at.
Domains aren't parked at.
Wow, they turned that down. Seems that they have a thing against .info. Those are premium domains...
Ya, I was very exited also when GreatDOmains accepted several of my domains..
But as other say > reality hits !..
So after several years I have come to the conclusion, that the best thing is to market your high profile domains on your own, as NONE of the current services offers a active promotion for a name..
(There are several posts/hints on this issue at NP).
Good luck with your names...
Of course! But having the HostGator listed in GD should make things easier for me. It gives the HostGator a higher status...
It's true that odds are against it selling there (and all the other stuff people say) but look at this way....
It doesn't hurt...
Well, simply because it is so hard to have a HostGator listed there...
They are worth more than many dot tv's I see listed on there IMO!..
And six more listed domains have expired:.
Donation some NP$ will be appreciated...
Yup. This is where the reality part comes in, huh? Man, I would have thought with the "free advertising", that a word like "economics.cc" would be a sure seller. Maybe it has to do with the crazy prices. "Hearts.cc" too, wow..
I applied to greatdomains, how long do they normally take to inform you of your success or failure?.