Located in General Domain Discussion, started by RogueWriter, Sep 22, 2020
Cultural / Resource / Management (com) - 26 characters
A few years ago one of my longest domains actually sold, and believe it or not it was a .net lol:
CaliforniaLowCostAutoInsurance.net (5 words / 30 char)
commercial computing .com
19 Character long
Regged on a whim, but I plan to drop it!
accelerating automation . com
Great names guys, pretty impressive what can be done with the right combination of a multitude of characters/words. I like the rolling thunder effect with the alliterative and rhymers especially, they take some of the lengthy stress off the name.
X Artificial Intelligence .com (23 characters)
It depends if you count the TLD characters or not. For total length ....
nanotechnology.solutions (14+9=23 for total length)
If only counting left of dot, I think my longest is
Thanks for thread.
one / source / property / services / .com
12 characters maximum in my personal situation
Does size matters ...
Is buying long domains worth it? It seems from the Namebio list posted earlier, most of the sales aren't for high amounts, and those are the ones that sold! I have been filtering names when buying or bidding at either 15 or 20 characters since it didn't see worth holding onto long names, but should I be expanding my horizons?
Just have domains shorter and shorter
Buy for 10 and waiting for 5 digit offers may not work out every time.
Buy for 10 and sell for 3 digits has higher probability. Depends on name of course.
It really depends on the domain asset. None are created equal and each niche dictates which Longtails will potentially have liquidity in the present or future (long hold).
Most Longtails have an incubation period of at least a decade (10 yrs), just like many shorter two-word assets do, as well. And even then, its hit or miss.
A lot of times, longtails are simply novelty investments with a hope of liquidity in the long run game. Others, are lead generators playing on seo/sem strategies to get a product or service to page 1 of the search index for the purpose of capturing leads.
The higher valued Longtail sales reports are generally developed assets with history, backlinks, traffic. Da, pa. Etc..to justify the investment for an end user looking to add a portal to their network for more leads.
But again, there are a lot of different variables at play and each investor does things differently.
What works for one may not work for another.
In my opinion, anyways.
It is subjective, in a nutshell.
this from the list made me chuckle:
thelongestlistofthelongeststuffatthelongestdomainnameatlonglast.com 1,025 USD
can't believe someone paid $1k for it )) backlinks, probably? )
More than likely.
That one has:
2,678 referring domains
And a 46 DR
According to ahrefs: https://ahrefs.com/backlink-checker
Well worth it then )
longest.domains + longestdomains.com - a little "hall of fame" of sorts of some of the worlds first longest domain names ever created. Should update it more often but you know how it goes..
I find long domain names tickles peoples fancy every couple years or so.. a cyclic thing like the 80's. For further chuckles, registered this one which set me back a whole 77 characters (including TLD):
Wonder shall never end at domaining World
Interestingly I have NorthRimGrandCanyonRentals.com
Your thread inspired me to check some valuations of names posted:
SearchEngineOptimization . com gives over 17k at GD
Talking about seo strategies ... but this one is probably a rare exception ....
Separate names with a comma.