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Showcase your Russian domains. No IDN.

Labeled as showcase in Niche Domain Discussion, started by Maximinus, Nov 17, 2020

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How big is the Russian part of your portfolio?

  1. Under 5%

    3 votes
    100.0%
  2. 5-15%

    0 votes
    0.0%
  3. 15-50%

    0 votes
    0.0%
  4. More than 50%

    0 votes
    0.0%
Total: 3 vote(s)
  1. Maximinus

    Maximinus Established Member

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    Hello fellow domainers,

    As long I speak seven languages and Russian is one of them, I am curious about your Russian Gems!
    Let's highlight them all here in order to share and inspire!
    Feel free to share experiance, hand registrations and sales in this very specific niche!
    All extensions are welcome, but remember - No IDN!

    I'll begin with a star: 3 b e 3 g a /./ c o m 3be3ga.com.jpg
     
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  2. KTC

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    b/l/y/a/d/i(.com)

    I'm not gonna say what it means, but I believe it'll be a good purchase for someone someday. 😅
     
  3. comRaid

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    meb-el.com. Means furniture in Polish. Actually I am trying to figure out whether this name also means the same in Russian. Because I saw a few Russian companies using the same or similar names. If anybody recognize this word , please tell whether this word is usually used with the hyphen?
     
    Last edited: May 12, 2021
  4. comRaid

    comRaid Established Member

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    Numeric 3 is used an alphabet here? How it is pronounced in Russian?
     
  5. Maximinus

    Maximinus Established Member

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    Hello @comRaid ,
    "Mebel" means furniture in both Polish and Russian, unfortunately with the hyphen it means nothing!
     
  6. Maximinus

    Maximinus Established Member

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    The number "3" and the letter "З" look alike.
    The letter "З" is pronounced like "Z".
    Here is another example:
    O3EPO.com.jpg .com
     
  7. Andrrey

    Andrrey Established Member

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    Russian is my language and here's my advice: do not ever use the figure of 3 instead of "z", "b" instead of "v" etc, etc... It's a waste of money and time since it's totally incorrect.
    E.g "a star" is "звезда" in Russian which is equal to "zvezda" in transliteration.
    Also, in most cases, Russians prefer .ru to .com.
     
  8. NewDayBrand

    NewDayBrand Established Member

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    Hey folks
    I have a question
    Are .io domains in russian worthy?
    Are they used by russians?
    Best regards
     
  9. Josytal

    Josytal Top Contributor VIP

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    narod.co
    nadom.net
    sstroi.com
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2021
  10. Andrrey

    Andrrey Established Member

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    In Russia .ru is a king.
    All I see and hear is .ru, so I personally wouldn't register anything other than .ru and maybe .com in order to protect brands.
     

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