Moovees.com???

Jay,

what happened to moovees.com?

Forbidden

You don’t have permission to access / on this server.

-Mike K.

Re: Moovees.com???

I’m switching servers… should be fixed by later tonight or tomorrow.

Mike King wrote:
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> Jay,
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> what happened to moovees.com?
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> Forbidden
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> You don’t have permission to access / on this server.
>
> -Mike K.


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

http://www.bannerbum.com - Banner Ad Design http://www.moovees.com - Movies meet
Cows http://www.jaytierney.com - shameless self promoting web site yet to be
developed…

Re: Moovees.com???

i didnt know www.moovees.com was owned by someone in here :slight_smile:

?? if i remember correctly from when i was there… it was a nicee site :slight_smile:

“Mike King” <mike@webcodefocus.com> wrote in message
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> Jay,
>
> what happened to moovees.com?
>
>
> Forbidden
>
> You don’t have permission to access / on this server.
>
>
> -Mike K.

Re: Moovees.com???

Actually,

While were on the subject, I was thinking of selling moovees.com. Any
suggestions on how much I should ask for it? Also, where are the best
places to sell?

Mike King wrote:
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> Jay,
>
> what happened to moovees.com?
>
> Forbidden
>
> You don’t have permission to access / on this server.
>
> -Mike K.


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

http://www.bannerbum.com - Banner Ad Design http://www.moovees.com - Movies meet
Cows http://www.jaytierney.com - shameless self promoting web site yet to be
developed…

Re: Moovees.com???

Yep… I’ve been here for quite some time.

Btw – how long has this group been going? I think I came across it in late 96
or early 97… (man, that’s a long time). :slight_smile:

Term wrote:
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> i didnt know www.moovees.com was owned by someone in here
>
> ?? if i remember correctly from when i was there… it was a nicee site
>
> “Mike King” <mike@webcodefocus.com> wrote in message
> news:3AC1134E.B2A82A39@webcodefocus.com
> >
> > Jay,
> >
> > what happened to moovees.com?
> >
> >
> > Forbidden
> >
> > You don’t have permission to access / on this server.
> >
> >
> > -Mike K.


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

http://www.bannerbum.com - Banner Ad Design http://www.moovees.com - Movies meet
Cows http://www.jaytierney.com - shameless self promoting web site yet to be
developed…

Re: Moovees.com???

Jay Tierney wrote:
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> Actually,
>
> While were on the subject, I was thinking of selling moovees.com. Any
> suggestions on how much I should ask for it? Also, where are the best places
> to sell?

I wouldn’t try selling it right now. It’s a bad time for dot-coms, and your site
is simply a dot-com. hold on to it for a while, until the market rebounds a bit.

-Mike K.

Re: Moovees.com???

Jay Tierney wrote:
>
> Yep… I’ve been here for quite some time.
>
> Btw – how long has this group been going? I think I came across it in late 96
> or early 97… (man, that’s a long time).

I think in 1996. I’ve been here since late 97/early 98.

-Mike K.

Re: Moovees.com???

OK – but when the time comes, what do you think is a reasonable asking price?

Mike King wrote:
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> Jay Tierney wrote:
> >
> > Actually,
> >
> > While were on the subject, I was thinking of selling moovees.com. Any
> > suggestions on how much I should ask for it? Also, where are the best places
> > to sell?
>
> I wouldn’t try selling it right now. It’s a bad time for dot-coms, and your
> site is simply a dot-com. hold on to it for a while, until the market
> rebounds a bit.
>
> -Mike K.


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

http://www.bannerbum.com - Banner Ad Design http://www.moovees.com - Movies meet
Cows http://www.jaytierney.com - shameless self promoting web site yet to be
developed…

Re: Moovees.com???

Jay Tierney wrote:
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> OK – but when the time comes, what do you think is a reasonable asking price?

I’ll give you $5 :wink:

I’d say you should get a few grand for it. You put a lot of man hours in (any
custom programming?), there is a good deal of content there, I assume you have a
good visitor base, and the site CAN be expanded.

-Mike K.

Re: Moovees.com???

A lot depends on who is the buyer. Your price (based on past labour & your
potential revenue), is a reply-or-ignore filter. Then it’s the
value/revenue/benefit for that buyer (and competing bidders) that gets you the
best price. If their benefit is unsure but possibly great, maybe a revenue-based
residual is part of the deal?