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    May I have your appraisals on "RTSEC.com" ?

    Hi,

    I would like to hear EP's appraisals and comments on RTSEC.com which is the combination of RT and SEC ("Real Time" and "Security"). Also, it can be used for any purposes which can be suitable for that name.

    Could you share your opinions on it, please?

    Thank you in advance.

    Cheers!

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    What is it? Just a domain parked at Sedo?

    You're more likely to get more helpful replies if you give us some info about it. Is it something you own or want to buy? If it's yours, then was it owned by someone else before and what did they use it for? How old is the domain, does it have any IBLs? Have you done any market research to see what end-users there might be?

    Have you done any legwork yourself to try to figure out where there might be any value in this domain, or were you just hoping that we'd do the work for you? Sure, there are some very experienced domainers on here, but you need to give them some info to work with if you want them to help you. You can't expect them to do all the research or work for you.
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    When I was a lad RT stood for radio telephony. The domain might have some uses for selling those satellite mobile telephones. I think they've improved on security since the CIA tracked Osama Bin Liner calling his mother every day ...

    It might have some appeal as a personal domain - I know a couple of Chinese blokes called Sec . And a few wines.

    Doesn't trip off the tongue, does it? Radio test - was that R T Sec, Sek or Seck?

    It has a couple of back links. Since Alexa doesn't tell you about them, they might be a bit nasty.

    I might buy it if I was rolling drunk and somebody bet me a large sum of money that I couldn't do anything with it.
    Otherwise, it is like finding a piece of cat $hit on the pathway. You look at it carefully, so you can adequately avoid it, and use a coal shovel to remove it at a later date.

    You might think I don't have a good word for it. I do have a good word for it, but I'll get a message from the mods if I use it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay View Post
    What is it? Just a domain parked at Sedo?

    You're more likely to get more helpful replies if you give us some info about it...
    You can't expect them to do all the research or work for you.
    Of course, I can not expect you to do any research for me and I wasn't expecting, too.

    Yes, it's mine. There was also another guy who had that name and built some websites on it. But, nothing related to use of it that I mentioned, "RT" and "SEC". There is no need to do a deep research for that to talk about it. It's not in another language and you're spent quite a long time on the internet business, anyway.


    Quote Originally Posted by crabfoot View Post
    When I was a lad RT stood for radio telephony.

    - It might have some appeal as a personal domain - I know a couple of Chinese blokes called Sec . And a few wines.

    - Doesn't trip off the tongue, does it? Radio test - was that R T Sec, Sek or Seck?

    - It has a couple of back links. Since Alexa doesn't tell you about them, they might be a bit nasty.

    - You might think I don't have a good word for it. I do have a good word for it, but I'll get a message from the mods if I use it ...
    What you've just talked about, is another use of it and there are a lot of alternatives (click on the links to see, RT & SEC)

    Obviously, it's not like what you've commented on. I registered that name to use it in security industry, I said that before.

    I just wanted to get some constructive thoughts in polite ways, also. But yours, especially the last words, wasn't what I was looking for. Also, there is no need to waste "the good word", you can keep it yours. (Please, tell me what would you see if you put yourself in my shoes and looked at that words?)

    Thanks!
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    No one intends to be impolite towards you, but you asked what we thought of the domain and gave us very little information to work with. Now we know that it's yours, and that it was pre-owned by someone who used it for "some websites". It's still not a lot to go on.

    Are you just asking what we think of the name itself? In which case, it's a five letter .com - good. But it doesn't pass the 'radio test' - not so good. Maybe an end user would like it and have some use for it, if you can find the right person or company to sell to. In a reseller market, unless there's some hidden value you've not told us about, then you might be lucky to get the reg fee for it. Just my opinion.

    Did you try asking for a free valuation on NamePros? They're domain specialists, and you can gauge the likely value of any domain by the interest they show in it.

    Edit: you edited yours while I was replying to you. RTSEC doesn't really mean anything to me, but someone might like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay View Post
    No one intends to be impolite towards you, but you asked what we thought of the domain and gave us very little information to work with.
    Kay, you're right there is not much info about that domain name and right, I just wanted to hear what your thoughts on that domain name. That would be nice to see your comments on it by discussing how it sounds, it's use, and estimated value of it and so. Honestly, I greatly appreciated your reply, it's helpful. Besides, I didn't wanted anyone to serve me research and consultancy

    Well, I want to underline that it's good to be on this forum and I appreciate your shares here, so thank you again.

    On the other hand, It seems that I need to make that clear the words which I told that they are impolite, were not yours. I was talking about crabfoot's, "You might think I don't have a good word for it. I do have a good word for it, but I'll get a message from the mods if I use it." It doesn't require us to microscopy that words, right? I'm sure I haven't misunderstood it. Anyway,..

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    I just wanted to get some constructive thoughts in polite ways
    You got three potential suggested uses for it. That's constructive. If there's one thing I'm noted for in these parts, it is suggesting uses for domains that people can't think of a use for. Kay will tell you that my suggestions can be useful.

    The fact that Alexa doesn't tell you about the backlinks into it is very significant. See my blog on the subject. Perhaps you should look into disavowing them.

    Looky, I'm just being candid. Not insulting.

    Unless you can find a Real Time Systems company in London EC (and there's another potential use) you have as much chance of selling that domain for profit as you have of shoving butter up a hedgehog's backside with a needle.

    That's the truth, as I see it. If there was any other viewpoint, I'm pretty sure someone would have mentioned it by now. Don't get upset. If you can get an acronym out of it AND PUT THE DOMAIN TO USE, you've got a wall of other RTS references to climb.

    Constructive? If at first you don't succeed, pack it in and don't be a Charlie.

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    A quick keyword research reveals that RTS is much more commonly used to refer to "real-time strategy" than real-time security and the term EC is not much searched at all, with the acronym predominantly pointing to "European Commission"

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