Located in "Short" Domain Discussion started by skylineleong, Dec 19, 2007.
Anybody got any opinions on the CVCV.net pattern?
from what i see, it's hard to get 100$ if it's a normal CVCV that is only a CVCV.
It's easier for nice CVCV with Western premium letters or if it mean something in any languages like Reno, Dono, Mano..
Reno? Uh, reno.net is worth a large sum of money.
I also noticed some interesting activity on the China market.
Current min price for chips is $50
Yes, indeed 4-letter .net domains still exist.
I haven't sold one in quite literally almost forever, yet for some reason I still buy them. That would not seem to be a winning strategy.
I sold a vcvc .net for $500 a couple months ago but otherwise very little action. I've let most of mine expire.
No interest among end users and resellers.
Talking about stats, there were 14163 (3.09%) LLLL.net for handreg on 2017-12-02.
same here.. still holding a CVCV.net with WE premium letters and few LLLL.net with triple repeaters (not chips)
I've got KYVL.net if anyone is interested shoot me an offer
cc // mm in net sold for $300
can this be interesting?
it's a while i don't see a portfolio of LLLL.net for sale, or am I wrong?
uoha.net is for sale ... cheaper than many I've seen talked about. At least it's pronounceable.
i think it's not worth investing into these kind of names
It is still not showing much improvement .
Still wonder despite having global appearance, .net and .org they failed to compete even with cctld's.
I own B / B / V / B .net and few others with similar patterns of repeaters but no CHIP nor 100% Western premiums.
Worth to renew them?
I appreciate to hear few opinions
If not chip or WeChip, I would recommend dropping in most cases.
Even Western "premium" if not fully pronounceable are a dime a dozen.
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