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Chinese domain market : Have China’s PPC practices gone too far?

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Domain sales Made in China.

Domain sales Made in China.

The Chinese domain market has exploded in recent months, and attendance at the World Domain Conference is expected to triple next year.

One company, that will remain anonymous for the time being, has crossed the line with regards to how it recruits domainers for its domain parking (PPC) program.

An email is making the rounds, containing several insinuating and borderline threatening references to trademark violations, UDRP processes and ICANN regulations, with links – that will someone “disappear” if the recipient moves their domains with their PPC program.

What the fucking fuck?!

The email is in Chinese, and it appears to target Chinese domain investors; however, its recipients are Westerners as well.

We will update this post once we receive clarifications from the company that appears to be involved in this scheme.

Yesterday, we didn’t share a Chinese domain market report as volume has fallen dramatically.

We share transactions of domains between 2 to 4 characters in length, for the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Here’s two days’ worth of domain transactions:

mbq.cn
nlj.cn
qkx.cn
bhnz.cn
czrh.cn
lkgl.cn
phts.cn
pxs.com
qsbw.cn
rqsz.cn
sfnz.cn
sjrt.cn
csjn.com
jckk.com
jhll.com
jltf.com
nlxy.com
rgqn.com
sqdd.com
symj.com
ydps.com
yygx.com
zmsm.com
zzqn.com
xishi.com

That’s right, this average size list is for 48 hours of transactions. The “Chips” sales volume has dropped, along with average prices for LLLL .com domains.


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One Response to “Chinese domain market : Have China’s PPC practices gone too far?”
  1. MrVg says:

    Even my butler can afford a Chip now

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