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Silentptnr

Domains88.com
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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.
 
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Some names do look better if used with correct accents (and ñ /not n/ where required). This is not to say that Spanish-speaking endusers and/or their website visitors do always use or expect to see accents when they type a web address, but, when I personally assisted some Spanish-speaking endusers with handregging domains, they found it better to either select something that does not require anything specific such as accents, or to register both versions. As a side note, it is also good idea to check the result with somebody who speaks Spanish natively. For example, even though "año nuevo" means "New Year", it would not be a good idea to replace ñ with n in newyear-related domains, as "ano nuevo" would mean something very, very different in Spanish.
 
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creataweb

Some Guy with Awesome Senior High School Photo
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7,675
Some names do look better if used with correct accents (and ñ /not n/ where required). This is not to say that Spanish-speaking endusers and/or their website visitors do always use or expect to see accents when they type a web address, but, when I personally assisted some Spanish-speaking endusers with handregging domains, they found it better to either select something that does not require anything specific such as accents, or to register both versions. As a side note, it is also good idea to check the result with somebody who speaks Spanish natively. For example, even though "año nuevo" means "New Year", it would not be a good idea to replace ñ with n in newyear-related domains, as "ano nuevo" would mean something very, very different in Spanish.

This is true and remember they have access to native keyboards for these special letters.
 

BrandPlease

BrandPlease.com
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3,170
I dont disagree with you at all @tonyk2000 and proper "should" be the best - especially for a native speaker.

BUT... at this moment I have no idea how to type those symbols, like most single-lingual Americans HAHAHAHA.

I'm too old, language classes were optional when I was in school and I was a lazy kid.
 
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I have no idea how to type those symbols
Just activate extra languages support in your OS. No need to physically replace keyboard. I for example have japanese(!) keyboard and can type in Spanish if I want, and typing English symbols now. The only issue would be to remember what keys are _really_ where after the layout change.
 
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