“8“ is lucky number in many cultures, including Chinese.Thanks
Thanks, so 88 endings and especially 1488 are so popular because they just work. I guess I shouldn't worry about the hate symbol connotations. I'll avoid them in my euro prices, though.
“8“ is lucky number in many cultures, including Chinese.
It’s the little tips & tricks. I’d price $1888 (Not in poll!)
Pointless comment. Of course, the main sales driver is domain quality.
I understand that guys obsessed with this silly strategies have poor quality names.Pointless comment. Of course, the main sales driver is domain quality.
But pricing plays a decisive role in marketing and sales.
If you don't understand this concept, you should study the topic, my friend.
I am not sure it makes much difference, and over years keep changing my preference, but voted 1995.
As @Samer and @abcuser123 pointed out, the Asian interpretation of 8 as lucky probably has much to do with the 88 popularity, and several highly successful big sellers use it, I presume based on evidence within their own portfolio. I do use 88 for some of my pricing.
A Turkish marketing study, not based on sales of domain names in any way, found that triply repeating digits were effective, i.e. consumers might prefer $2222 to $1988. I tried it for a little while, but have switched most back.
Thanks for the interesting points made by all commenters, and to @TopBrandsForSale for starting the discussion.