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Chinese domain market report : World Domain Conference in China

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China‘s best and brightest domain investors gathered to discuss the Chinese domain market; the event, World Domain Conference, took place in Wuzhen, China between 6-9 July.

It’s interesting to note, that the domain name used for the event is TRAFFIC.CN, a clear reminder of Rick Schwartz’s Targeted TRAFFIC outfit, which has now been discontinued as an event.

Regardless, the World Domain Conference event in China was an apparent success.

Not only did it attract throngs of Chinese domain investors, such as George Hong of GUTA.com, other countries from Europe, Asia and the US participated as well.

Frank Schilling did not miss a single opportunity for selfies or group photos, as one can see below. Photos courtesy of George Hong, of GUTA.com.

World Domain Conference - Photo courtesy of George Hong / GUTA.com

World Domain Conference – Photo courtesy of George Hong / GUTA.com. Frank Schilling, George Hong, Vern Jurovich.

Meanwhile, Chinese domain sales are displaying an uptick from their previous plateau, and we’re confident that the rest of this year would be rewarding.

World Domain Conference - Photo courtesy of George Hong / GUTA.com

World Domain Conference – Photo courtesy of George Hong / GUTA.com

We keep track of short domains between 2 to 4 characters in length, that change hands in China; our daily research covers the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Here is today’s list of domain names:

mch.cn
mzr.cn
qgc.cn
dcsw.com
ddgz.com
gdkc.com
gkpw.com
hbfk.com
jhnl.com
kdss.com
khkf.com
ksjr.com
lmgf.com
mmdr.com
nxpw.com
pjmb.com
pxlt.com
rkjm.com
rkkf.com
sgzw.com
wfnd.com
wzkb.com
xfhw.com

Not bad at all for a weekend list! 😀


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2 Responses to “Chinese domain market report : World Domain Conference in China”
  1. Steve says:

    Maybe the sky is not falling after all? Just ebbs and flow like every market. Imagine the size of the Chinese domain market in 10 years if this is what is happening now Baby steps. 🙂

  2. DomainGang says:

    Steve – You’ve missed a few episodes. But the Chips market has lost its might, now $1600 max for a “Chinese premium” LLLL.com

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