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ZB.com and its domain implication in corporate China

LL (letter-letter) .com domains are made for China. They are prestigious, short, and easy to remember. Most importantly, they “speak” both Chinese and English. In 2017, serial entrepreneur Will Hua (花松秀) launched Zhong Bi (中币=China Currency) as a cryptocurrency exchange now based in Hong Kong. Zhong Bi rose within a very short time to be […]

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Bill Hartzer and Rob Monster’s domain protection product to be called DNProtect.com

Bill Hartzer and Rob Monster are working on a rather ambitious project  to provide a name protection/insurance type product. It started with a post on Namepros and then Rob posted a domains wanted thread to come up with the name, I submitted DNProtect.com and I can confirm my name was chosen and sold it to […]

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Should religious and charitable organizations invest in domain names?

It’s no secret that companies of all sizes have been known to invest in domain names in addition to their core business. Some of these companies started because of a domain upgrade for their brand and digital presence. Others invested in domains for brand protection and to stave off the competition from owning prime digital […]

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The best Pinyin domains

What is the Chinese name of the USA? What is common between Beijing and Shenzhen? What does Peking University and Tsinghua University share? Why is Alibaba also called Ali? Answers to these questions will reveal a secret about Chinese preference for domains. The USA is called Mei Guo (美国) in Chinese. Similarly, UK is Ying […]

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Domains based on simple English words have potential in China

The unexpected can happen in China When you enter the China market, you need to translate your brand into Chinese and hopefully acquire its matching domain. Right? This is common knowledge after all, and the local should know better. However, just like many things in life, there are exceptions. Look at the global brands in […]

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