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Are .net CHIP domains really all the rage?

Labeled as question in Chinese Domain Discussion started by bloggydreams, May 29, 2018.

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  1. bloggydreams

    bloggydreams Established Member

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    So last year I got (duped) into the "Chinese Premium" LLNN and NNLL.
    reference: https://www.namepros.com/threads/al...nnll-com-are-gone.889252/page-46#post-6310594

    At first I thought, maybe I'm not yet mature enough for the international market, but I am still determined to figure this out. I'm seeing all these $XXX and $XXXX sales in the thread, however I did not experience. I was reduced to begging (reference for that too: https://www.namepros.com/threads/40-each-rd16-and-fl87-com.1066173/) and I couldn't sell them for $40 each. My question Are .net CHIPS really selling, or is this just hype?
     
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  2. forge

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    Just because a few higher $ sales are reported means close to nothing afa market floor prices. Right now you'd be lucky to sell your garden variety LLLL Chip .net for $25. Not sure if it's hype, but it's not reality. Those are winning lotto tickets for a handful of sellers.

    Even still, I would hold on to these type names. The Chip 4L .com market has been pretty steady for close to 3 years now.
     
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    By the way, what do those links have to do with 4L .net sales? I see nothing related whatsoever to .net
     
  4. bloggydreams

    bloggydreams Established Member

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    I am showing a history of dubious chip crazes
     
  5. Kassey Lee

    Kassey Lee 域名世界 VIP

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    I once studied the 2016 Top 300 New Internet Companies in China. Only four out of the 300 companies (or 1%) used .net for their corporate domains.
     
    Last edited: May 31, 2018
  6. bloggydreams

    bloggydreams Established Member

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    I really appreciate your candid response, thank you!
     

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