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Another Page Howe special as gTLD convert snaps important single letter domain; Mark Hershiser does too!


We told you so: the time would come that doubting Thomases would accept the word of the Domain Lord – to paraphrase Father Domainicus. πŸ˜€

In all truth, the game hasn’t even started yet, but since we covered Page Howe and others yesterday, we took a better look at this gTLD convert’s recent acquisitions. Page owns more than 7,000 domain names in his “HQ” portfolio.

After selling 3dprinting.guru for an undisclosed sum, Page grabbed the even better 3dprinting.clothing domain. The era of 3d printing of clothes and accessories started already, with shoes and even entire dresses being churned out, not by some funky French designer, but by 3d printers.

Howe Page landed a single letter gTLD as well, after investing a bit more money during tiered landrush for i.directory; not to be outdone, Mark Hershiser of DomainPicks.com took home x.directory as well.

It will be another busy day in the domain investors’ HQ today!

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10 Responses to “Another Page Howe special as gTLD convert snaps important single letter domain; Mark Hershiser does too!”
  1. Tom says:

    3dPrint.Clothing would be the correct term, no? I almost feel with the new GTLD’s you need to dead on point with your names. Almost is not good enough, .ing .ing, I feel only a domainer would take a gamble on repurchasing this.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Tom – “3D print” : 758k results in Google. “3D printing”: 4.47 million results. You do the math.

    A “3D print” is the output product, but “3D printing” is the process, hence a bigger market. There is no foolery in Page’s research.

  3. Ms Domainer says:


    I have j.estate and z.estate.

    Not quite as fine as the above, but I’m happy.


  4. DomainGang says:

    Ms Domainer – That’s impressive, as “J” is your first name initial πŸ˜€ Good luck with your investments!

  5. Jonathan says:

    In regards to 3d print/printing. People buy the product, not the process. And the phrase only gets 90 searches a month.

  6. DomainGang says:

    Jonathan – People buy the printers and utilize the process. I think you need to get on with the times, and get some updated valuation tools.

  7. Jonathan says:

    Mine are fine, demonstrated by my previous post. What valuation tools are you using to tell you getahead.guru is a stellar name?

  8. DomainGang says:

    Jonathan – Nobody mentioned “geatahead.guru” either as premium or at all. Maybe you’re confused by some other blog?

    And to settle this once and for all – since you’re not convinced by the absolute number of Google results for the terms, here are the metrics straight from Google Keyword Planner (formerly Keyword Tool)

    “3d printing” has 74,000 monthly searches, while “3d print” has 2,400 monthly searches.

  9. Jonathan says:

    You mentioned that on DNForum as a stellar domain.

    And you forgot the word clothing from your search.

    3d printing clothing – 140 when there are actually better 3d printing clothing keywords like 3d printed clothing at 390

  10. DomainGang says:

    Jonathan – My reference to stellar domains was for the following: “planning.guru, personal.guru and lifecoach.guru”.

    Read, don’t just skim πŸ˜‰

    Regarding the gTLD, it’s irrelevant: you target the market (clothing, technology, manufacturing etc.) with the best keyword for the particular business.

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