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Corporate China loves .com

I enjoy studying domains used by Chinese companies. The reason is very simple. As China grows to become the largest economy in the world, corporate demand for domains will increase. Knowing what domains are sought after will be very useful when selling domains to China. Baidu is a valuable tool. It helps me understand domains […]

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Recipe4Living.com after having bids removed earlier, still closes at $40,500

So after all that bid removing and rolling back to $7,200 that I mentioned earlier today, Recipe4Living.com still ends up closing at $40,500. If this name does not get paid for at $40,500 then GoDaddy really needs to start looking at how they handle their auctions, especially for auctions that cross the $5,000 threshold. You […]

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Recipe4Living.com at $40,500 on GoDaddy auctions

Looks like another domain with a solid link profile is getting a lot of action at GoDaddy. Recipe4Living.com has been online since 2002. recipe4living.com is currently at $40,500 with a couple days left. A look at Majestic.com Registrar: NAME.COM Creation Date: September 19, 2002 Expires: September 19, 2020 The website has an alexa rank of […]

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How many characters are too many for a domain name’s length?

Most companies looking to create and launch their digital presence use their company’s name as their domain name. Although I know there are nearly 350 million domain names currently registered and counting, I wish I had specific numbers on how many businesses currently operate a domain name that is an exact match of their business […]

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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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