Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by wwwdomain.name, Feb 1, 2006.
e**** or i**** prefixes or is it a level playing field?
I always thought it was
i before e except after c
number of pages in google search for
iloans is 9,900
eloans is 255,000
searches in overture
I think therefore it varies considerably according to the term to which you apply the prefix.
If it in anyway makes sense (i chat for instance) then someone will have probably registered a brand with it some time ago and that may now have value.
even if it doesn't make sense, I think the development of previous brands is what is driving the traffic e.g. eloans (I don't think it means "he loans"!)
but edoes! (edoes.net avail)
Also in internet terms, e can mean email and i can mean internet, so that might twist it a bit.
m can mean mobile
imemo = 35,900 ememo = 21,800
Another great reply by -aqls- Where does he get the time
Catch me when I've got work to do and I'll do just about anything to avoid doing it!
ibrew.co.uk google uk = 31 results
ebrew.co.uk google uk = 165 results
[ Edit: ibrew gets 31 without the .co.uk ... ditto ebrew with 165 ...
My mistake... well spotted chaps ]
I don't get anything for ebrew.co.uk on google or overture.
ebrew - probably missed the H.
ok, I'm bored
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