Labeled as question in "Short" Domain Discussion, started by DOMAIN ILLUMINATI, Jul 6, 2016
Virgin Cruises? Virgin Group Revenue: £19.5 billion (2016)
Viking River Cruises? Company worth $3.4 billion
U.cruises is taken by Uniworld
V.com status is RESERVED-Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
a bit of a shocker?
Brings a whole new spin to the 1-character domain world.
dn (•) gd
Haha, it would be if it was in the official DNS 😉
Where are we going to in future if anybody will invent his own DNS. I wuold offer a .c as shorter alternative for .com 😁
XR.net.co (XR = Extended Reality)
Currently listed for $5k, but I'm giving namePro members a discount if they contact me 😉
A handful of 3 character .nets such as 89q.net
The rest are 4 letter/character or longer.
4C Consumer Experience - The 4C's of Marketing
The 4Cs marketing model was developed by Robert F. Lauterborn in 1990. It is a modification of the 4Ps model.
Through its focus on the customer, the 4C’s marketing mix is a step away from the traditional mass marketing concept of the 4P's. In mass marketing, the company selling a product has a tendency to view the audience as just that – a large featureless mass – with no in-depth understanding of what the customer truly wants from a product. The 4C’s divert action towards niche marketing instead, where the conversation is often closer to one-to-one and there is more of an effort to understand who the customer is and what their actual needs are.
For a small business owner, the 4C’s can provide a much-needed edge over the customers if understood and used in the best possible way. This model can also help a small business take on bigger and more established competitors. The key point, repeated often, is to remember to identify and understand target consumers as well as their needs and wants. The next step is to offer tailored products and services that are meaningful to the customer and can lead to increased sales.
my short domain is : holo.ag
Finally I got a 3-char domain for my collection.
Both are dictionary name
Separate names with a comma.