Are generic 4 character .com domains with numbers more valuable then $10?

Discussion in '"Short" Domain Discussion' started by Jason Stanley, Jan 7, 2017.

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  1. Jason Stanley

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    Obviously shorter domains are more valuable then longer domains. However I have been researching general 4 character .coms with 2 numbers and 2 letters and I was curious if in general they were overall worth more then the $10 purchasing price.

    I understand that there are of course certain domains that fit this description that will be worth a lot more but I am referring to the general domains overall.

    Below are a list of domains I do not own and do not know who own but I thought they qualified as good examples for the general 4 character generic .com I am referring too. Are these $10 generic domains or could there be a demand for them?

    sh08.com ho23.com
    id96.com 13he.com
    52so.com 60ye.com
    26ad.com 86em.com
    38ti.com aw12.com
    um47.com 93ah.com
    55mu.com um87.com
    he46.com me87.com
    id05.com fa00.com
    36as.com we53.com
    of44.com 39ha.com
    64xi.com yo10.com
    uh33.com 07ow.com
    06um.com fa42.com
     
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    Avtar629 MarketDN.com Business Account VIP

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    I have only one thing to say. I wonder the same thing. since the sale over 66C.com for some ridiculous $xx,xxx amount.

    of course repeating double digits especially Chinese lucky numbers. like 8,9,6, even 5.

    All good things come in pairs.
    avoid all 4's and 0's

    C as a letter seems to have "Power" in domains. at least to the Chinese. plus also PJ. I think it stands for PaiJiu? very popular ancient Chinese Domino game which has a western Card version called Pai Gow. probably heard of it. very popular at the casinos with the Chinese.
     
  3. Jason Stanley

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    Thanks the the feedback!
     
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    Totally sums up the answer. Numbers=China. No other way around it.
     
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