The most popular discussions this week include numerical dot com domains with 7, 8, and 9 digits; defining what a “premium” domain name consists of; an LLL buyout in various ccTLD’s and gTLD’s; the likelihood of breaking $100,000 a year through domain name speculation; and a recent buyout of all the Western premium LLLL.net domains. 8N Domains After seeing the buyout of premium 6N domains, do you believe that the trend will continue into 7, 8, or even 9 digits? Or are numerical domains after a certain length a stretch to invest in? Topic by @Salai Domains Defining “Premium” Many attributes make up a premium domain: from its extension to the makeup of the actual string. Here are ways to determine whether a domain name is actually a premium name and whether or not you should invest in it. Topic by @Mrs Domai LLL Buyout All LLL domains in .CO, .CC, .BIZ, and .INFO appear to be registered. Is the next logical jump purchasing LLL .MOBI domains? Or perhaps in an obscure ccTLD? Topic by @Jacks86 Making $100k a Year If you are new to domaining, you may want to know whether it can be profitable for you before jumping in. There are a lot of investors who are highlighted in the news with large sales; however, is it possible for just anyone to break $100,000 per year in sales? What would it take in order for one to do so? Topic by @Mikeross1 All English LLLL.net’s Registered On, or around October 21st, all LLLL.net’s that are considered Western premiums were registered. The investors likely to be behind this should have been from Western countries; though as it turns out, many were registered from within China. Topic by @djum Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending!