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I own Findmymac.com and viewmymac.com does anyone think that hese have any value?
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I'm pretty sure you could get something for findmymac.com
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You can use a site called estibot.com to get a general domain valuation, not entirely accurate, but it gives you a general idea.
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You can use a site called estibot.com to get a general domain valuation, not entirely accurate, but it gives you a general idea.
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findmymac.com definetly has potential - you might want to contact the people at www.undercover.com - as they offer a service to find your mac. Just my $0.02
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