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Triple Pinyin domains become the new favorite in Chinese market

Labeled as information in Chinese Domain Discussion, started by DN.com, Jan 22, 2016

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  1. DN.com

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    China has its unique native culture, thus, Pinyin domains are popular with Chinese. At the beginning they are not accepted by people. However once people begin to become familiar with them, they will make you fondle admiringly. Now double Pinyin and short domains are kind of scarce resources. In order to meet the market needs, triple Pinyin domains become the new favorite in Chinese Internet industry.


    Value Reversion of Triple Pinyin domains

    The triple Pinyin domains are unnoticeable at first but now they are becoming popular gradually. 百度 acquires baiduting.com; 爆米花网 gets baomihua.com at a high price;nongchanpin.com was transferred to 传农产品;金山prefers shoujikong.cn; 乐蜂网take a fancy on fengxiangbiao.com; 奇虎360 is fond of woxihuan.com.


    Triple Pinyin Domains Achieve Benefit Maximization

    Domains’ collection value mainly depends on whether they could be established into websites to maximize interests. The following triple Pinyin domains have all been built into websites: 心情图xinqingtu.com, 美乐拍meilepai.com, 游戏多youxiduo.com,订订房dingdingfang.com, 车速递租车网chesudi.com, 创新工场安全宝anquanbao.com, 偶的团oudetuan.com, 租了啦zulela.com, 搜狗我问问wowenwen.com, 聚淘美jutaomei.com .


    A Heated Debate: Is 3-Pin Domain Good?

    "It is very important for an e-commerce company to choose a good domain. yihaodian.com is too long and why not replace it by yihao.com?" Mike Cai, CEO of Meitu, backed up the double Pinyin domain yihao.com. “Aren’t Triple Pinyin domains useful?” Yang Bo, co-founder of木蚂蚁, thinks triple Pinyin domains are more special than double domains. Though double Pinyin domains are widely used, triple Pinyin domains can be recognized easily and they give people room of imagination. 木蚂蚁now holds mumayi.com/.com.cn/.cn/.net/.net.cn/.tv/.la.


    Triple Pinyin Domains of Stars’ Names Keep Hot Continuously

    Triple Pinyin domains of stars’ names have the bigger potential to be raised in price, i.e. 林书豪linshuhao.com, 刘德华liudehua.com, 吴奇隆wuqilong.com, 林志炫linzhixuan.com, 李宇春liyuchun.com, 蔡依林caiyilin.com and 林妙可linmiaoke.com. Besides, the triple Pinyin domains of media celebrities could also become popular easily, for instance, 犀利哥xilige.com、罗玉凤luoyufeng.com、小月月xiaoyueyue.com.
     
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  2. Lionel Cohen

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    Great piece of information.
    Are simplified triple pinyin a 4 or 5 letter domain usual?
     
  3. DN.com

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    Simplified triple pinyin domain will be LLL domain usually, each pinyin gets one acronym.
     
  4. satyadeep singh

    satyadeep singh Established Member

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    i could't what kind of domain i bought or hand reg....
     
  5. Kassey Lee

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    Good post. I think 3-pin is probably the longest pin to go for most Chinese companies. For 4-pin or beyond, it's probably much easier to go for 4L etc. For example, would ZYJU.com (available for purchase) be easier to remember than ZhiYouJiaoYu.com (致优教育)?
     
  6. London555

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    Hi Cynthia-we own what we think is a great name but its in the .org extension Duzhu.org we also own iDuzhu.com Will the .org sell in China ans which of these two is a better name in your opinion ? Thank you!
     
  7. DonDraper

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    How does the lenght matter?
    For what I understood the lenght can vary from 6 to 12 digits max....more of course starts to lose appeal
     
  8. London555

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    Cynthia-another we own for a future dating site perhaps is eXinggan.com Your thoughts? Thank you!
     
  9. London555

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    Cynthia one last one to bother you with lol We own Seqingde.com ( I know lol - we only own "adult" names in Chinese the English ones are in the multi millions $) Thank you!
     
  10. DN.com

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    yes, that's a great point, 3 pinyin and below, companies can still use the pinyins, and for 4 pinyin beyond, companies prefer to use 4L
     
  11. DN.com

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    Hi, as far as I'm concerned Duzhu is great for establishing gambling website. And iDuzhu can mean 爱赌注> I love gambling in China, so I think iDuzhu.com may be the better one.
     
  12. DN.com

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    It is true that "more of course starts to lose appeal", there are some exceptions both in China and other countries, long length domain may get a high price for its special meanings loved by end-users.
     
  13. DN.com

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    In my opinion, this one may not be preferred to make a dating website.
     
  14. DN.com

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    this one is complete in Chinese meaning, though the "adult" websites are illegal in China, there are considerate end-users for this one I think.
     
  15. London555

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    That's very encouraging - thank you for all your responses.
     
  16. London555

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    Cynthia-when you say this one,Seqingde.com, is "Complete in Chinese meaning" you mean it actually has an exact meaning in Chinese? ( i know what the meaning is I believe) Thank you!
     
  17. DN.com

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    Seqingde (色情的)> sexy, erotic. I mean it is complete in pinyin, not in the same type as eXinggan or iDuzhu.
     
  18. London555

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    Got it thank you-I think it's a great name to own but we'll see. lol
     
  19. redesignunit

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    Great information thanks for share.
     
  20. London555

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    Cynthia-a name we own for the future (re: driverless cars in China) is RoboQiche.com May I have your opinion please? We think this might be a great future name for a major company to use if these cars become mainstream in China. Thank you!
     
  21. Templr

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    Hi @Cynthia so would the name you mention xinqingtu.com translate to New Pure Earth? or am I way off? Thanks.
     
  22. London555

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    Cynthia-your thoughts on Baoxiande.com please? We own it-is it close enough for people to see it as "Insurance" Thank you once again!
     
  23. DN.com

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    Hi, I think you have the foresight for future trends. Is it RobotQiche? It is a interesting combination, but maybe many Chinese do not know the word Robot. In Chinese we describe this driverless cars by using WuRenJiaShi> No one is driving:Wu(无)> No, Ren(人)>People, JiaShi(驾驶)>Drive.
     
  24. DN.com

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    Hi, Xinqingtu is not what you translated,LOL. Xinqing(心情)>Mood, Tu(图)>pictures. It is a website with resources of photos, pictures and images, similar to Pinterest.com I think.
     
  25. DN.com

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    Yes! It is a adjective and it means insurance, insured.
     

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