auctions $1 Start Bid ... Spanish For "computer": Ordenador.net

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You're looking at one now.

And you're on the interNET.

Ordenador.net
Spanish for "computer".

$1 starting bid

https://flippa.com/3189594-computer-in-spanish-you-re-on-the-net-staring-at-one-right-now

Most domainers assume only English domains have value. But maybe you understand that the world is bigger than the USA. And maybe you're aware that some Americans speak Spanish primarily, either by necessity or by choice. I was watching Spanish TV this morning during breakfast.

Maybe you assume that .NET domains aren't worth much. In that case, you won't need to look at the $175,000 sale of Yes.net or the $150,000 sale of 99.net or the many other 5-figure .NET sales in last week's DNJournal report:

https://www.dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm


Think about it:

$$$ #1: Computers are more expensive than most products people buy.
$$$ #2: Practically everybody owns a computer.
$$$ #3: In fact, many people own several -- desktops, laptops, tablets, smart phones, etc.
$$$ #4: Not only do people buy computers ... They buy lots of them over the years due to upgrades.
$$$ #5: The Spanish-speaking world is as big or bigger than the English-speaking world.

All sorts of other web-based services rely on the NET or computers. So they could brand themselves as Ordenador.net.

All sorts of compnanies manufacture or sell computers.

Plus, there's drop-shipping. Just create an e-commerce website, process the money, and let other people warehouse and ship the computers.
 
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