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888???888.com (the next trending 9N )

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Wittybliss.com

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I am still amazed at what is happening concerning numeric's domains.
Considering that 888828888.com sold for not less than 700$, I made some research and found out that most of them are gone already!
Domains like 555999666.com without 444 are all gone too.
But this pattern of 888???888.com still have some (148 names) available for reg fee
Its better to look in while it is still there.
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888132888.com
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GravityEleven

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it's not just these.. generally all 6N/7N/8N with triple 8s are disappearing lightning fast.. i still secured about 20 triple 8 domains in the 7-8N range in the past 7 days, looking towards a nice return in 3-5y time from now

ps: personally 9N are still too long for me, might take a while before you can cash in with these..
 
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Wittybliss.com

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maybe long, but they look interesting anyway. Never have I thought that 7N would just rise the way it did, but who knows, it is always a speculation.
 

DnEbook

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just noticed that 12348888/com sold for a $1,000
 

21x20

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21x20

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Trully, this is a beginning of a greater level in the domaining realm.

You should go back and read the beginning of some of the 6N threads before summer started. ;)

Meanwhile, the "domaining realm" is very much about identitifying desirable patterns and trends, particularly things in limited quantity.

888xxx888 takes advantage of the huge interest in 888's and as well is in limited quantity. Only 10 7N exist, 100 8N and 1000 9N. These are the first and most desirable names in any of the numeric categories. While few if any will suggest that all 9N would desirable, IMHO, it's foolish to see no underlying value in the double trip 8's at least through 9N, if not 10N.
 

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Wow, nice to see numeric domains are on rise.

Question: I'm not in Chinese numerics that much, can someone mention patterns that are considered good in Chinese? Like 23, 85, 95 or what exactly.

Thanks,
 

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21x20

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Yeah, that didn't take long. The only ones left have 0's.
 
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Stay away from the #4. 4 is bad luck to the Chinese. 8 is good luck.
8 is by far their luckiest number. I believe their lucky numbers are 0, 6, 8, 9 - but especially the 8 of course. The Chinese won't go near the #4.
 

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Well, the 4 is well known to be bad luck in China. It's similar to saying 666 is good luck in the U.S., which it is to Satanists probably, but a very very small group. Only a very small group in China will go near the #4, and they're probably nutjobs, lol. The Chinese have now taken all the nnnn.biz, and of course I got virtually the only one left, which was 1411.biz. The only ones left have a 4 in them. Coincidence?

Hell, I picked out the only nnnn.biz that's a reg fee with no future. I seem to be good at that. :-/
 

DnEbook

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earlier today i posted 18 00 84 / com was up for grabs
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The link i earlier provided shows that combination 84 is considered to be a good thing
 
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Its a good one, but don't hate me for saying this, I'm guessing it's still available because of the 4 in it.

I'm a little new to the nnnnnn. If there are nnnnnn's that start with "00", am I right in thinking they're not as valuable or sought after?
 

DnEbook

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Do some more reading in the threads, yes it has a 4 in it, now go to namebio.com and check to see how domain sales have occurred with the number 4, then look at some of the prices the domains achieved. Consider tomorrow, not today
 

21x20

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I'm a little new to the nnnnnn. If there are nnnnnn's that start with "00", am I right in thinking they're not as valuable or sought after?

Starting with one or more 0's is a bad thing. Killer on the value with any numerics.

As for the 4's ... Yes, there are some good combinations with 4's... But they're tough. In most all the numeric threads, we suggest staying away from them. I've done pretty well with my 4N's that have/had 4's in them... but they definitely sell to a big discount to those without 4's. And once you get out to 6N, there's a lot of us who expect people will start with premium 7N - 9N before they touch anything with 4's.
 
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Great info dictionary, much appreciated. I have some good 7N's on deck. What about 5N's on .biz? Do people get the .biz extension or just stick with the .com on those?
 
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What about having 0's in the middle of 7N's? I know it's bad in the beginning, but is it ok to have a couplein the middle?
 
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And what about 6n .net? Should we only stick with the .com? Or are the .nets anything?
 
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Stay away from the #4. 4 is bad luck to the Chinese. 8 is good luck.
8 is by far their luckiest number. I believe their lucky numbers are 0, 6, 8, 9 - but especially the 8 of course. The Chinese won't go near the #4.

Not necessarily true. In some numerical combinations, "4" is actually very lucky, for example, 5211314 = "I love you forever."


And that pesky 4 is not stopping Chinese buyers from snapping up 888 with 4's, for example, 888444888 [dot] com and even 8884444888 [dot] com. (Just check Domaintools).

I took a chance and regged a few (a few with 4), such as 888484888 [dot] com -- just because of the pattern (also a palindrome -- don't know if this important or not to Chinese culture, but Westerners like them), which seems to be popular among Chinese registrants.

I'm not afraid to to take a chance on 9, 10, even 11 numbers (I have one 11 N), just as long as those beautiful 8's are present (88888488888).

The 9N's (with the 888) are pretty much tapped out.

A benefit to 10N's: they resemble 888 U.S. telephone numbers -- there may be a few left -- but I have some of the palindromes with the 888x88x888 pattern in the 10N's (for example, 8883883888 [dot] com).

As I see it: there is very little harm in hand regging a few of these and holding them to see how the market shakes out (though I'd avoid long nonsense strings of numbers).

It's a fairly small risk.