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  1. TimRogers

    TimRogers Active Member

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    Is any 3 character .com wort something, or does it have to make sense?
     
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    depends on the domain - 3 letters will be worth a small fortune - if it contains numbers maybe not as much.
     
  4. TimRogers

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    What about something like 3nd.com? (not actual domain)
     
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    Not a great deal no, NNN (3 numbers) or LLL (3 Letters) are worth a fair amount.

    Mixture of both aren't worth that much.
     
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    I've seen short urls like that used by e.g. shorturl.com who give you an extension like yourname.3nd.com in which case if it sounds/looks reasonably professional then you could use it or market it in that way.

    Similarly if it looks like it stands for something then its usually a good bet.

    Or if it has a l or i or p at the end it can sometimes relate to a limited, inc, or plc etc company eg o2p might mean 02 plc

    If it's a memorable set of 3 that sticks in the mind then someone might buy it for their email address to say to people when they're out and about - easier to remember than long stuff, easier to txt to people, easier to write on back of hand etc etc

    But as has been mentioned it depends greatly on the actual domain.

    Don't pay too much!

    (my eternal problem!)

    -aqls-
     
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