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Chinese domain market report : Stability or plateau?

The Chinese domain market witnessed a rebound from last year’s doldrums, during the first quarter of 2017. Ending 2016 on a whimper, instead of a bang as it did in 2015, the falling prices of Chinese “premium letters” of the “Chip” variety raised fears of a crashing market. Chinese domain investors playing the dangerous flipping […]

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Chinese domain market report : China is silencing the Internet media

China‘s current conflicting image to the world, is the byproduct of more than a decade of “Communist Capitalism.” The world’s 2nd largest economy embraces innovation, investment and technology, all while it often stifles free speech and individualism. It comes as no surprise that by an “executive decision,” the China’s top internet regulator ordered major online […]

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Chinese domain market report : Massive LLLL list sold

Welcome to the late Sunday edition of the Chinese domain market report. Better late, than never, as they say. Today, we uncover a massive portfolio sale of domain “Chips” and numeric domains, as the Chinese domain dragon awakens. Being used to sales of 10-20 LLLL .com domains recently, this is definitely a humongous list, consisting […]

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Chinese domain market : Marry a Chinese girl to get sales going!

China’s large economy and sheer population size are fascinating. The 2nd largest economy in the world combines today’s modern, technology-driven world, with several millennia of history and culture. Starting a business in China as a foreigner, is far from easy. There are lots of provisions in place to make your path very difficult. We are […]

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Chinese domain market sales : Don’t be a desperate man!

The Chinese market is driven by China’s unique society, which is different than 30 years ago. Yesterday, we shared how unmarried Chinese women over the age of 27 are considered “left overs.” It seems that there is a good reason behind that. 😉 A Chinese man in despair over his girlfriend’s decision to break up, […]

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