Digioco.com is for sale on Flippa! | Digital Game Company | 2 days Left!

Discussion in 'Other Services' started by AndrewRice, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. AndrewRice

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    Name: Andrew Rice
    Qualifications/Skills: Branding, Domaining and Programming
    Domain Auction Link: https://flippa.com/5704152-9700-estibot-value-digital-game-company-1-reserve
    Contact Email: drew@brandiogo.com


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    THE NAME
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    Digioco.com is a smooth flowing and clean brand name that means Digital Game Company. This the perfect name for a game development studio.

    Dig is short for Digital.

    Gioco means Game in Italian.

    Co is short for Company, Coin or Commercial.


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    THE APPLICATIONS
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    A game development studio.

    A software program.

    A web developer.

    A magazine or publication.

    An app development agency.

    A blog.

    A game site.

    A digital consulting firm.

    A tech company.

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    THE STATS
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    $9700 Estibot valuation.

    Average Monthly Search Stats - Broad Match - di gioco

    Monthly Searches: 6,100,000
    Cost Per Click: $2.05 USD
    Ad Competition: low


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    WHAT'S INCLUDED
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    digeoco.com

    digeoko.com

    digioko.com

    digioco.net

    Only 2 days left!
     
    #1 AndrewRice, Nov 16, 2015
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  2. metateen

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    I don't think many of us can afford to pay for your company...
     
  3. AndrewRice

    AndrewRice New Member

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    I hear you, but as of right now, the domain name is only $105 dollars.
     

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