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ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) Price 1300 USD only – Brandroot Exposed

ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) Price 1300 USD only – Brandroot Exposed
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ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) Price 1300 USD only – Brandroot Exposed By Global Press

ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) – Real Market VALUE is $1300 US Dollars only – Brandroot asking Thousands of USD for it – Don’t buy before you read this Premium Domain and Website Appraisal Free

ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) Real Market Price is  $1300 only As per  Premium Domain and Website  Valuation and Appraisal of Global Press. Brandroot Exposed for Over Pricing.

Domain Name Markets selling stones and rocks on the price of Diamonds

Premium Domain Names are Like Diamonds – Don’t Buy A Rock In Price of Diamonds On Brandroot – One of the Latest Bad Example is ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com)

ETHERUP.com

ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) is Meaningless and non-sense domain name. Brandroot is trying to sell it with A Fancy LOGO for Thousands of US DOLLARS! Real Price of ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) is not more than 1300 USD. Don’t Buy it and save yourself from being robbed.

Don’t be victim of marketing robbery.

ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) – Real Market Valuation is $1300 USD only – Brandroot is trying to sell for Thousands of USD – Don’t buy & Save your hard earned money for your loved ones!

Premium Domain and Website Appraisal

The professional domain appraisal of Global Press valuates your domain name based on multiple factors and provides a complete overview of your domain’s worth.

The domain and website appraisal of Global Press provides a good estimate of your website’s worth. The website appraisal includes the following:

  • Complete evaluation of the domain.
  • Analysis of website visitors, page views and revenue.
  • Technical analysis of website and back links.
  • Review and analysis of website design and SEO.
  • Analysis of Alexa rank and other website ranks.
  • Appraisal certificate with the value of the website.

 

Brandroot.com is selling stones and rocks on the price of Diamonds

Premium Domain Names are Like Diamonds – Don’t Buy A Rock In Price of Diamonds On Brandroot – One of the Latest Bad Example is ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com).

ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) is Meaningless and non-sense domain name. Brandroot is trying to sell it with A Fancy LOGO for Thousands of US DOLLARS! Real Price of ETHERUP (ETHERUP.com) is not more than 1300 – 2300 USD. Don’t Buy it and save you from being robbed. Don’t be victim of marketing robbery.

Robbery – legal definition of robbery

Robbery: The taking of money or goods in the possession of another, from his or her person or immediate presence, by force or intimidation.

Robbery is a crime of theft and can be classified as Larceny by force or by threat of force. …

The penalty for robbery is always more severe than for larceny but Penalty for Domain Robbery is not paid by Brandroot or other Domain markets who are selling over-priced domain names and business names, Infect they  Earn Hot Dollars for it, The penalty is paid by their buyer! Who may be you or your loved once.  Education is must for business and to live in this world full of scams and frauds.

Global Press Club is exposing scams and frauds

Global Press will be exposing frauds and scams and white collar crimes in our Business Section, Educate yourself and follow us closely – Stay tuned.

Brandroot Domain Market or The Great Robbers With Art Of Business Name Marketing

The Great DOMAINS Robbery & Fraud: How to Stop the Thievery in Business name market

It’s Time to Stop Over-Priced Fake Domain Diamonds Fraud!

If you’re an average car dealer or a startup or a small or medium size Business – and I do mean just average – you’re likely wasting over $10,000 – 50,000  on basically worthless fake domain diamond  or Fake premium domain when you are buying through Brandroot or any other Domain market place.

For some of you, you’re actually the victims of outright fraud; though for most of you, you are likely experiencing some form of theft (intentional or otherwise).

Learn how to easily spot where your Domain name or Business name vendors are taking advantage of you and, more importantly, how to stop it now and forever.

Read and educate yourself on Global Press Club as we are exposing white-collar frauds, scams in Business Section! 

Read the Post on Global Press:  “Stop-Press! Premium Domains and Domain Name Markets Exposed”  In which we have explained that Premium Domain Names are Like Diamonds in Business Section to learn about Domain Names.

 

A Meaningless .com Domain Name vs. Meaningful

A meaningless .com has no value. None. I would rather have a one word .whatever. Worthless is worthless and a risk beats worthless. Did I just change my view? Hell no! Just gave a starting point comparison. I will go into it much deeper as you read on.

I just described the POINT where .whatever comes into play for ME and maybe for YOU too.

When I buy a domain for $15 I don’t count it as a $15purchase. I count it as a $150 purchase because I am buying and looking at it as a 10 year purchase. So when I see a domineer with 1000 worthless domains and he is broke and does not know what to do I just wonder why he does not dump every one of them? Keep your best 10 IF you really even have a best 10. But a portfolio with 1000 domains to me is a guy with a $100,000 worth of spending power and he does not know how to use that power.

domineer is one who engages in domineering which is the web-based marketing business of acquiring generic Internet domain names for the purpose of monetizing them through their use primarily as an advertising medium.

How to make a 10 year deal with that $100k. Consolidate to 1 domain or a handful of them. Pay them off over time.

When I ask somebody to tell me their 2 or 3 best domains and they can’t, guess what? They can’t for a reason. That’s sad.

A $100,000 domain can be bought TODAY and with the same $$$ you would pay on registration fees for pigeon shit, one can actually buy something life changing. So many ways to climb this mountain and find gold but folks have weighed themselves down with aluminum foil and dirt.

And for folks that go after .whatever. you better be focused on 1 word domains that actually mean something. If you play it the way you are today with 3 and 4 unrelated words…..not going to happen in 1000 years! If the left of the dot has no relation to the right of the dot, then what do you have? A recurring bill is what you have.

What happened to all those guys with a million domains in their portfolios? They are gone! That game is over. Few survived. That’s about to happen to those with crappy domains. Even with a .com. Today I gave an example of a crappy domain. Something I seldom do but on this web, that is the job description. This dot .com was the one I picked to talk about. What do you want me to say? It’s worthless from where I sit. And it is worthless for a number of reasons. If you want to debate the point, don’t. Just go buy it from him instead. But I give solid reasons why it has no value.

Folks are wasting tens of thousands of dollars by not taking the time to do it right. I keep saying how sad it is. Especially when the market is filled with bargains. Great domains at bargain basement prices all over the place and probably for the very last time. By this time next year, THAT game will be over as well and there will be plenty of .coms dying on the vine.

Worthless was worthless from the get go. But events move even worthless right off the table to oblivion.

However it is still a false choice whether anyone is really forced to use a non .com.