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Travel King : Is Rick Schwartz getting ready to conquer China?

The Domain King®, Rick Schwartz, is far from retired. Domain investing is Rick’s passion, and tapping into both established and emerging markets is part of his daily research. While 2016 has been a good year for political domains, the long term focus is technology, media and the global economy. Two years ago, Rick Schwartz acquired […]

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Chinese domain market report : Chips back “en vogue” in China

Despite a drop in the sales volume, and a substantial loss in value since the end of 2015, Chinese domain investors maintain a strong interest in domain chips. Not just any domain “Chips” but .CN chips in particular. Chinese domain “chips” are four letter .CN domains, that contain the following letters: B,C,D,F,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,P,Q,R,S,T,W,X,Y,Z According to many […]

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Chinese domain market report : Would you buy aftermarket domains from China?

During the past 2 years, the Chinese domain market has exploded with activity. While self-sufficient, China’s domain investors more often buy domains from Westerners liquidating their domain portfolios. This is particularly common with short, “coinage” domains, particularly the “Chip” kind. Chinese domainers then trade these domains among themselves. It’s not uncommon for a domain to […]

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Chinese domain market report : China thrives on VPN use

If you live in China, many western destinations are blocked by the Great Firewall. Popular web sites such as Google and Facebook are not directly accessible by the average Chinese Internet user. According to Internet Live Stats, China has a staggering 721.4 million Internet users, with a population penetration of 52.2%. The obvious solution to […]

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Chinese domain market report : South China Sea web site propaganda

Chinese officials are upping the typical game of government propaganda, by rolling out a web site on the South China Sea crisis. Following an international tribunal’s decision that the South China Sea islands can’t solely be claimed by China, the world’s 2nd largest economy is upping the ante. Operating from TheSouthChinaSea.org along with other 5 […]

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