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Silentptnr

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I recently registered a Spanish domain name and I'm pretty happy with it. I actually registered it a couple of months ago. I speak very little spanish, but I recognized the words on this one.

I had forgotten about it, then this morning I was reading up on some Sedo sales and came across a similar domain that sold.

Thought I would start a thread for Spanish Domains.

The domain I registered is:
BienGracias.com.

I noticed a sale this morning that caught my eye...
estoybien.com $10,000

Anyone else that has Spanish domain names, feel free to post them here.
 

DNWon

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So how many of you are actually Spanish speaking? =)
As an English speaker it is easy to see the bad names registered by obviously non English speakers, so wondering on the reverse... English speakers registering non-english names... and if we screw it up too. =P

That is why I figured Mapas... tough to screw it up.
 

Domaniak

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So how many of you are actually Spanish speaking? =)
As an English speaker it is easy to see the bad names registered by obviously non English speakers, so wondering on the reverse... English speakers registering non-english names... and if we screw it up too. =P

That is why I figured Mapas... tough to screw it up.
Well, that's what Spanish (and Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, German, etc.) native speaker friends are for, when you come across something that piques your interest :xf.grin:
 
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Cool thread.

Minutes ago, I registered TeExtrano.com.

It means "I miss you"

p.s. My fiancé is Mexican :xf.grin: I could go down an absolute rabbit hole with these.

But I won't.


P.s.s. The thing about about Spanish domains is that many words contain 'tildes' and to be properly written, they would end up being IDNs.. which nobody really wants.

So, you will see during searching that a lot of really good Spanish words that are already registered have disregarded the tilde rule, for the sake of being a domain.
 
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skfenson

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Spanish speaking countries just don't value domains as much.

Totally agree.

Spanish is my native lenguage but i dont have many domains registered because I think doesnt have so
possibilities as the english references.
Anyway I have:

españaVR (.) com
resolucion8k (.) com
 

skfenson

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Cool thread.

Minutes ago, I registered TeExtrano.com.

It means "I miss you"

p.s. My fiancé is Mexican :xf.grin: I could go down an absolute rabbit hole with these.

But I won't.


P.s.s. The thing about about Spanish domains is that many words contain 'tildes' and to be properly written, they would end up being IDNs.. which nobody really wants.

So, you will see during searching that a lot of really good Spanish words that are already registered have disregarded the tilde rule, for the sake of being a domain.

Yep, that's a problem. "Extrano" is not a word in spanish. The correct form is extraÑo. But if you register "TeExtraño.com" many people without the ñ letter on their keyboards can't acces to the site.

The technical adress to access on every keyboard would be:
"xn--teextrao-j3a.com" = "teextraño.com"
 
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