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Is the shorter domain always better?

Today: 9650.com sold for $19,028 / Why the U.S.A. never adopted the .US ccTLD and Only .COM / Domain Opportunities Created by Covid19 / and more…

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Looking for Pure Geo, Popular Destinations & Hotels related .com domains – Budget: Up to $10,000.00 ea. – Are you holding any of these popular destinations or hotel related domain names in your portfolio? If so, this could be an opportunity to liquidate.

Looking for << Cheap >> LLL.com – Budget: Up to $8,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these three-letter .com domains this buyer is looking for if you need some fast cash in your pocket this weekend.

Sold a .com that I acquired about 10 months ago for $11,500 – Have you ever flipped an $80.00 domain for five-figures in ten-months before? Take a look at this domain investors story for some motivation today.

9650.com sold for $19,028 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-number .com for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Why the U.S.A. never adopted the .US ccTLD and Only .COM – Have you ever noticed that the .us ccTLD is not as popular as .com in the U.S.A.? Why do you think that is? Jump into the discussion about it and share your thoughts.

Domain Opportunities Created by Covid19 – Have you identified any opportunities that opened up due to the pandemic? Is business doing better or worse for you since it hit? Check out what some domain investors have been experiencing.

Is the shorter domain always better? – It’s common for many domain investors to focus on the shorter domain names for their liquid value, however, is shorter always the better investment or are there some longer domains worth more? Take a look at what’s being said.

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