Labeled as guide in Domain Beginners, started by johnn, Sep 11, 2020
I have found using "-" is really bad and have found that puting 2 words together is better
I only ever see good information from @johnn
sincere thanks from a newbie here
Right on the money there! Thanks for the guide....
Thanks all..............new here, and learning
I was looking for this thread, thank you.
Thank You for Guidance
Hey I like PaperCoin lol
Thanks a lot. The tips are really good and informative.
"-" also reduces the value of the domain name
Thanks a lot.
That's a great advice and a healthy discussion. Overall a great learning for me.
I am new here
Is it okay to buy fresh domains ?
2 word domains, why is it not good ?
All domains are good if :-
They have meaning.
They have Commercial Use.
As a new guy, I suggest you to read for the next 2 months about the good and bad domains and buy your first domain.
Thank you for sharing.
I come from Italy and I can tell you that, in my country, .it domains are the most common ones, but also I understand that this is a local rule and, for worldwide sells, .com are definitely better.
I am from India and local extension here is .in
I find extreme catchy and meaningful short expired names for .in which are left unclaimed for several days and weeks. Had the same names been available for .com, it would have been auctioned at SnapNames for over $1000 to be added to someone's portfolio, leave along the retail cost.
That helps me feel the power of .com.
For now as a newbie, I remain away from .in regardless the fact its my local.
May bad, I should have been more clear: here in Italy, if two domains are composed by the same italian word(s), the .it one will have a greater market because we prefer .it ext above .com
I understand it may be weird, but it's how it works here. If someone is selling:
Italian people would definitely buy the first.
Ooo. That's interesting.
I did read about .de and it seems like the same like .it
Thanks for this really appreciate it.
Separate names with a comma.