Discussion in '"Short" Domain Discussion' started by J9, Oct 30, 2015.
The domain is mf20.com and not mc20.com.
I am sorry for the typo mistake
Yes, I have used Namesilo buy now template
Thank you for taking the time to respond!
Sold p/g18.com for $950
18mm.net is with me that gets lot of traffic... 15+ extensions were registered...
makes sense, PG18 stands for parental guidance 18
Will be interesting to see who the end user is, thanks for sharing.
I'm keeping a handful of mine like the ones that get the most traffic and that I think sound the best. The rest are being given away pretty much free in NP auction now (see sig) did sell a couple of these for low-mid $xxx but overall time and effort looking back I don't think they were worth it. That being said if a bunch of llnn drop and there is a super cheap .com reg promo, I might reg a bunch
On the same page. I have **88 & **99 that I will keep till I die (or sell bigly ), but I'm flexible with all others.
Got an afternic price request on a **21, other than that I've been selling in place of renewing keyword domains.
I still believe in LLNN, but right now keyword domains are more desirable for me.
GQ80.com not sure if it's great for China or not?
That was my first thought as well
I have let a few drop and dirt cheap auctions here but I am keeping anything with a double letter or number, quality over quantity
LLNN had a heck of a day
pk11.com 8,555 USD 2017-12-23 DropCatch
yh36.com 1,253 USD 2017-12-23 GoDaddy
hh62.com 1,050 USD 2017-12-23 DropCatch
congrats to all holding strong LLNNs!
I would say "good luck" instead of congrats
I was profitable with the NNLL / LLNN / NNNL / LNNN category in 2017. I priced them for endusers and had 3 end user sales out of ~300 domains. And renewed just 200 of my best ones to go into 2018.
Where do you list/sell them? Do you use BIN pricing?
Two were sold at Uniregistry and one at Afternic. One sold at BIN and two were from offers.
xx44 gets a few inquiries
It does seem to be a "raffle"
My LLNN's were mostly all expired auction purchases, cost me $15-20 each.. best one with double number for $45 before double number's price reached $xxx.. anyways, I sold almost all of them for a loss, no end-user ever contacted me, I think only the double number one sold for a profit, to a re-seller, which didn't cover the loss. I regret investing in these, it really is a raffle.
Similar to LLLL.org's.. some people sold for high $xxxx, while others for $2 each.. We don't know the hidden meaning behind the lottery ticket.
The repeat number are staying in my portfolio, even the ones that are 44, my collection is small. Agree it's really like a lottery, and speaking of lotteries . . .
p/g18 now goes to a Chinese Lottery Casino site (this ss shows translated site)
That's my list and no I did not try to sell any of them specifically, but I think they have an offer form on them.
Some will work, 24hr 50cc 18yr but it is a very small pool of recognised acronyms. Only double letters or numbers are worth keeping in my opinion an even then not much demand
You are referring to the western world. I have also witnessed some local 3 letter name companies add a 1 at the end to make a 4 character name. It works on a small scale but would not for a national advertising campaign.
My one bank has capitalbank-us.com, and I assumed at the time they would have capitalbank.com, but they didnt. Now they were bought out by First Horizon. There is one in Ohio, a bank that has something like WBC1.com. I know it started with a w but not sure on the 2 middle letters. The thing about LLNN/NNLL was mostly for Chinese market and the selling has been somewhat tough, but I sold a few. They had meaning in the US though as they had US(NN).com, so they could be used for a highway.
Separate names with a comma.