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Need a quick lesson in Pinyin

Labeled as advice in Chinese Domain Discussion, started by Ollie3000, Jul 20, 2017

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  1. Ollie3000

    Ollie3000 Top Contributor VIP

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    Looking into purchasing a few domains in Pinyin. I need to know something though....

    Can you just randomly place two words together, in the same way that you would in English?

    For example car sales would be qiche xiaoshou? or is there a simplified way in the common tongue?

    Thanks
     
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  2. kesen

    kesen Established Member

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    Hi,Ollie.
    Thanks for your interesting in Chinese double words domain name,just you say PinYin names.
    And you must need to learn Chinese language,ai,an,and,and so on.
    And these words can produce 160K double word name.
    There are good or bad name in the 160k names.
    I'll give you the words when I go home in three days later.
    Cheeses.
     
  3. Ollie3000

    Ollie3000 Top Contributor VIP

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    Thanks @kesen I look forward to it
     
  4. kesen

    kesen Established Member

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    Ur welcome.
    It's my pleasure.
     
  5. WhoaDomain.com

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    Another person to ask on here would be @Kassey Lee . Good luck!
     
  6. London555

    London555 Top Contributor VIP

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    Ollie, as mentioned above the very best to ask here is @Kassey Lee he's exceptionally helpful. We have a bunch of names like you're talking about such as gutijin.com "guti" solid "jin" gold thus "solidgold" but it doesn't mean that's its good or commonly used but that said in our quest to get these words we fell over the exact word for " birthday card" in chinese pinyin which we now own so it makes everything else worth while. Good luck.
     
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  7. Ollie3000

    Ollie3000 Top Contributor VIP

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    Thanks very much for the info @Avtar629 @London555 I will send @Kassey Lee a DM

    I've found a few but nothing like birthdaycard, that's an awesome one!
     
  8. London555

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    Keep looking you will. I'll just add that the "car" related names seem to bring the most money. re mingche.com "luxury car" sold for over $2.5 million @Kassey Lee will probably want the questions asked here rather than DM so everyone can learn from them but he's been very gracious with me on more than one occasion. Good luck.
     
  9. Kassey Lee

    Kassey Lee China Domains VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thank you @Avtar629 and @London555 for the kind words. On the contrary, I own 0 Pinyin domain names. The reason is that the internet is global and I want to invest for the global audience.

    On LinkedIn, I publish in Chinese a daily case study of domain names used by Chinese companies. I have seen many Pinyin domain names and many of them are difficult to pronounce in English. Most good Pinyin names are long gone. Anyway, here are two old posts that you may want to read.

    Domain names preferred by the next generation of Chinese entrepreneurs (2) http://coreile.com/p160716.html

    Chinese domain market: the next 30 years
    http://coreile.com/p170118.html

     
  10. Ollie3000

    Ollie3000 Top Contributor VIP

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    I'll have a read of those, thank you :)
     
  11. kesen

    kesen Established Member

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  12. kesen

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    Hi,ol
    I'm meeting these days outside and quickly reply you at home.
    The above single-words are similar numeral,it can form 160K Pinyin domain name,such as Aai.com,
    Aan.com,Aang.com...
    But some combination is bad word,such as azhuai.com,azhuan.com.
    Valuable domain has been registered ten years ago.
    Good luck.
     
  13. Ollie3000

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  14. decades80

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    So Baiscally, I have a Pinyin [email protected] Didnt know about that....

    LU-QI-O.COM?
     
  15. tonyk2000

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    I've seen a survey/stats somewhere which showed that too many Chinese internet surfers, younger generations most notably, are currently using smartphones exclusively or almost exclusively for their online needs. Some do not bother to own a desktop or laptop, as they see no need to. Is it true? If so, doesn't it make the domain name itself less relevant (if relevant at all) for them. I mean what if all they need is to download or activate an app for example, which app in some cases may not even have a website at all...
     
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  16. kesen

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    But most important web is really caring the domain name.
     
  17. Mark White

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    pinyin.ws
     
  18. aheiven

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    This survey is more objective and true. More than 99% of Chinese people can't remember the domain name, and they basically don't enter the domain name directly at the website. With desktop phones, laptops rarely enter domain names directly. They are all baidu.com search. Chinese characters, click on the link.
     
  19. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes Top Member NameTalent VIP Gold Account Trusted Blogger

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    In browsing older content I came across this @Kassey Lee that looks really valuable. When I try the links though both give me a 404 now. Are there updated links for the two articles possibly? Thanks so much and thank you for the great insights you give us in the Chinese domain market!
     
  20. Kassey Lee

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    These articles have been removed from my site because I'm now mostly writing for corporate users instead of domain investors .

    For information on the Chinese domain market, you can check my LinkedIn posts. I also write on Domain Name Wire. For example, the latest one is "Domains used by China's Top 100 internet companies" (https://domainnamewire.com/2018/09/06/china-internet-domains/) I'm also working on an update on the next generation of Chinese entrepreneurs.
     

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