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All Chinse Premium LLNN and NNLL.com are Gone!

Labeled as discuss in "Short" Domain Discussion started by J9, Oct 30, 2015.

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  1. rockrock

    rockrock Established Member

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    The domain is mf20.com and not mc20.com.
    I am sorry for the typo mistake
     
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  2. rockrock

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    Yes, I have used Namesilo buy now template
     
  3. saucey

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    Thank you for taking the time to respond!

    Cheers!
     
  4. rockrock

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  5. HereDomainthere

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    18mm.net is with me that gets lot of traffic... 15+ extensions were registered...
     
  6. urlurl

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    makes sense, PG18 stands for parental guidance 18
     
  7. DomainVP

    DomainVP Domain Expert VIP

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    Will be interesting to see who the end user is, thanks for sharing.
     
  8. nicedomains

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    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 :)
     
  9. DomainVP

    DomainVP Domain Expert VIP

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    On the same page. I have **88 & **99 that I will keep till I die (or sell bigly :giggle:), 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.
     
  10. London555

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    GQ80.com not sure if it's great for China or not?
     
  11. DnEbook

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    That was my first thought as well
     
  12. DnEbook

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    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
     
  13. DomainVP

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    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!
     
  14. Haris

    Haris Best Domainer Of The End-Times VIP

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    I would say "good luck" instead of congrats ;)
     
  15. main

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    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.
     
  16. DnDigger

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    Where do you list/sell them? Do you use BIN pricing?
     
  17. main

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    Two were sold at Uniregistry and one at Afternic. One sold at BIN and two were from offers.
     
  18. DnEbook

    DnEbook DataGlasses.Com ★★★★★★★★★★

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    xx44 gets a few inquiries
     
  19. DnEbook

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    It does seem to be a "raffle"
     
  20. Haris

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    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.
     
  21. Haris

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    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.
     
  22. usernamex

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    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)

    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Dec 25, 2017
  23. Mr. Deleted

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    46zj.com 2013
    69fr.com 2013
    94jo.com 2014
    95ta.com 2014
    fz13.com 2015
    gu95.com 2015
    ki48.com 2012
    kt08.com 2015
    pb58.com 2014
    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.
     
  24. DnEbook

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    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
     
  25. Mr. Deleted

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    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.
     

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