China Most Visited Websites Using The Alexa Tool

China Most Visited Websites

Chinese Domain Market

An Occasional View into the World of Chinese Domaining – China Most Visited Websites.

China Most Visited Websites using the Alexa tool.

Coreile Newsletter by Kassey Lee

China Most Visited Websites

China Most Visited Websites

Alexa and the Chinese domain market

I like to study trends in domain names. A while ago I researched the top 300 Chinese internet startups and the result shows that the next generation of entrepreneurs in China still prefer .com.

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Short Meaningful Domain Names

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Chinese Domain Market

An Occasional View into the World of Chinese Domaining – Short Meaningful Domain Names.

Short Meaningful Domain Names save 90% of ad expenses and add 15% to business success.

Coreile Newsletter by Kassey Lee

Short Meaningful Domain Names

Short Meaningful Domain Names

At the Global Mobile Internet Conference in 2013, Tencent CEO Hua Teng MA famously said, “We even think that the internet may not need domain names in the future.”

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Effective Domain Name Selection

Effective Domain Name Selection

How To Make An Effective Domain Name Selection

Effective Domain Name Selection For Your Online Business.

The Domain you choose will become the Internet address of your website; that is why it needs to be simple to recall and to type, it needs to be representative and have the desired focus of your website.

To puts it simply: it needs to work.

I’ve prepared a few pointers to help you when selecting an efficient domain.

Effective Domain Name Selection

Effective Domain Name Selection

In general a domain can be of any length – approximately 67 characters.

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Domain Names China Versus USA

Domain Names China Versus USA

Chinese Domain Market

An Occasional View into the World of Chinese Domaining – Domain Names China Versus USA.

Domain Names China Versus USA: How do they compare?

Coreile Newsletter by Kassey Lee 

Domain Names China Versus USA

Domain Names China Versus USA

Differences between China and the west in domain names

Recently an executive in the domain industry asked me to comment on the main differences between China and the west in domain names. First of all, when people say ‘the west,’ I think they are mostly referring to the US. So the question now becomes:

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Domain Name Appraisal Valuation 2016

Domain Name Appraisal

Domain Name Appraisal

If only doing a domain name appraisal was an exact science!

Remember, we are talking about domain name valuations: NOT website valuations (websites are valued on the revenue they produce).

Domain Name Appraisal

Domain Name Appraisal

The price of hand registering a domain name is fairly low, there are some exceptions, but with the recognised top level extensions (.com, .net .org etc.) the prices are generally under $15.00. So, why should you pay a premium price for a domain name?

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Understanding Chinese Domain Names

Understanding chinese domain names

Chinese Domain Market

An Occasional View into the World of Chinese Domaining – Understanding Chinese Domain Names

Understanding chinese domain names – the letter U.

Coreile Newsletter by Kassey Lee

Understanding Chinese Domain Names

Understanding Chinese Domain Names

Understanding U in Chinese domain names

Did you know that the letter U is quite useful in Chinese domain names? This is particularly true in short domain names where U is the first letter of a domain name. In many cases, a Chinese domain name starting with the letter U can be turned into a great brand.

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Chinese Domain Names and LinkedIn

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Chinese Domain Market

An Occasional View into the World of Chinese Domaining – Chinese Domain Names and LinkedIn

Chinese Domain Names and LinkedIn

Coreile Letter by Kassey Lee

Chinese Domain Names and LinkedIn

Chinese Domain Names and LinkedIn

From LinkedIn to Chinese domain names

I use LinkedIn almost everyday. It is the only foreign social network that I know has entered China successfully. Its growth has been explosive — being propelled by Chinese executives eager to connect with the outside world. I like this trend so much that I have started writing about domain names in Chinese to cater to my large number of Chinese connections.

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Choosing A Domain Name In 2016

Choosing a domain name

Choosing A Domain Name is not as simple as just pulling a name out of a hat!

Choosing A Domain Name

Choosing a Domain Name

Setting up an internet business is not as simple as lots of online marketers make it appear.

Before you even begin with website design, there is hosting, autoresponders, legal considerations, trademark issues to consider; the list goes on, but I’m sure you get my drift.

So, what am I getting at?

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Domain Name Challenge New Online Businesses

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Domain Name Challenge

Before you start your new business here is a Domain Name Challenge.

Domain Name Challenge

When you set out to start a new enterprise, give yourself plenty of time for quiet consideration. You want to get it right from the very start, as near as possible anyway.

What do I mean by that?

If you choose the right Domain Name it will become your best asset; it will also be your brand, so the domain name challenge is supremely important to the future success of your company.

When you sit down with your business colleagues to brainstorm a domain name, consider how you want your brand to be perceived by the customers you are hoping to attract.

First consideration: what domain extension do I need for my business?

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Short Domain Names Market Report

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Chinese Domain Market

An Occasional View into the World of Chinese Domaining – Short Domain Names

Short Domain Names Market Report

Coreile Letter by Kassey Lee

china-insights-Short Domain Names Market Report

October 26, 2016 (Wed)

An interesting market report on short domain names

I often say that “short” is the key to Chinese domain investment. So, when I received the Liquid Domains Market Overview report published by Giuseppe Graziano of GGRG.com a few days ago, I was eager to find out how it relates to China.

The report used Estibot to estimate the total value (size) of .com domain names in each category, and gives us a breakdown by country. Because I’m particularly interested in the performance of these domain names in China, I rearranged the data into the following table.

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