Terminlogy

LEGACY GTLDs,NEW GTLDs and CCTLDs

Legacy GTLDs: Generic Top Level Domain (GTLD) is a three character or more Top-Level Domain. Extensions are .com,.net,.org etc….   New GTLDs: In 2011,ICANN’s Board allowed the creation of new GTLDs.New GTLDs are nothing but Top-Level Domains. Extensions are .link,.site,.web,.world etc…   CCTLDs: Country Code Top-Level domains(CCTLD) is an internet Top-Level domain used and reserved for a company.We can identify …

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.IN Domain Names Hacks

Domain Name hack: A domain hack is a domain name that suggests a word, phrase, or name when concatenating two or more adjacent levels of that domain.For example “Berl.in”. Please share the list of popular .IN domain name hacks in use. I will start with few names I am aware and in use , feel free to add additional names …

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Premium IndianDomain Names – PINS

Its interesting to learn which alphabets are considered as Premium in India? Is western premium names are considered as Indian premiums or Chinese Premium names (CHIPS) are considered as Indian premium names? The answer is Indian premium names are slightly different from both western and Chinese premium categories. “Premium Indian Domain Names” are the premium names most sought after by …

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What is meant by Western premium domain names?

Below alphabets are considered as premium letters in English language, specially by domain name investment community. A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,L,M,N,O,P,R,S and T (17 of the 26 Alphabets) Per example name like ABD.in is considered as a western premium domain name , also DPR.in also considered as a western premium domain name. Non premium Letters: J,K,Q,U,V,W,X,Y,Z (9 Letters) It is the belief of domain …

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About CHIPS

“Chips” is an acronym of “Chinese Premium domain names.” It defines a domain name that can be measured superior to a Chinese company or investor. Chips characteristically describe treasured domain names that are short and contain only quality letters (Chinese context), known as initials, which exclude the letters a, e, i, o, u or v. Although the term was initially …

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