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What is a LLLL domain?

Located in Domain Beginners started by VS, Mar 20, 2007.

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  1. VS

    VS Established Member

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    Apologies for being so naive, but I often see LLLL domains discussed and I have no idea what this means. I'm assuming it means a 4 letter domain name? Send help! :laugh:
     
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  2. xman

    xman New Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    You are correct!
     
  3. Skinny

    Skinny Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    You got it.

    NNLL.com would be a number number letter letter.com

    CCCC = 4 character (number or letter)

    CVCV.com = consonant vowel consonant vowel .com

    Skinny
     
  4. rome2ng

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    i used to ponder about this too...

    but as you get use to it, reading other pple post, you will realise and see the lights.

    and it's abit awkward to say ... i register a xxx.com yesterday.

    Namepros is decent dealing forum... ha
     
  5. VS

    VS Established Member

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    Welllll Doggie! I own a LLNN domain and didn't even know it!

    Does this mean I'm rich?

    I originally created an Online Ventures, 21st century type of website, as in OV21.com, but time and other things intervened. I then parked it on Sedo and got lots of hits. I now have it pointing to a nice eBay script and it's doing great. So I guess I'm in the process of getting rich after all is said and done. B-)

    (I was nervous to read the reply to this question. I was sure someone was going to say: We'd love to help you out. How did you get in? )

    Thanks everyone, for taking the time to reply. I really appreciate it.
     
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2007
  6. Moved to "Newbies" -
    -Allan :gl:
     

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