NamePros Daily: 888???888.com (the next trending 9N )

Fed up paying ridiculous renewal prices for your domains? Register & Transfer your domains and pay the same cost at Renewal Guaranteed! - Visit RegisterADot.com, $8.99* Dot Com Domain Registration & Transfers - Renew for same price!

Are you still hand registering domain names? I know I am, I registered another two dot com domain names today for part of a bigger project, one was KeywordReviews.com & second was KeywordUSA.com – I wouldn’t normally put USA at the end of this keyword domain name but I want to try something new in regards to SEO on this site and target a niche market in the USA – It’s a trial and I will let you know how I get on with it over the next few months. I registered the domain names via UniRegistry.com – There $8.88 Domain Deal for Dot Com is still running and I see the UniRegistry.com Team are promoting it in Domaining.com Sponsored Threads.

So here are todays NamePros.com Thread.

Excel Tips for Domainers – Any investors looking to Excel? This might be an interesting topic.
My appraisal list: 1. MeParent.com – What are your thoughts on this one?
LLLL.coms – Got any 4 Letter .com’s in your portfolio for this investor?
PCCI.com Sold for $3,550; SkillDown.com for $2,552… – Here’s some recent sales reports to get you motivated.
Where to handreg with no waiting period to flip? – Anyone have a list of registrars that allow a domain transfer immediately after registration?
2-factor authentication ? – Anyone have some input on this security topic?
888???888.com (the next trending 9N ) – A 9 number .com trend? Really? What are your thoughts?

About the Author

Robbie
Robbie Ferguson is an Internet Entrepreneur, Domain Investor, Domain Broker, Blogger and founder of various websites and eCommerce businesses such as ScreenProtectors.co.uk

1 Comment on "NamePros Daily: 888???888.com (the next trending 9N )"

  1. Why stop there? At 63 letters/digits per domain, go all out. 😀

    But seriously, the token game and the alleged Chinese investing is getting beyond ridiculous. Sure, short numbers/letters fetch big bucks. The rest is playing Domainopoly.

Leave a Reply

Read previous post:
6 SEO Myths any Domain Developer should know.

Search engine optimization (SEO) is an ever-changing process. It now involves building an honest website with well-written descriptions of your...

Close