Chinese domain market report : Grandma sells 2 million duck eggs on the Internet!

Domain sales Made in China.

Domain sales Made in China.

The Chinese farmers are ingenious; after many decades of government controls, they’re reaping the many benefits of “Communist Capitalism.

An 86 year old grandmother in China, is transforming her village by selling duck eggs on the Internet.

Liao Xiuying had never thought selling eggs could turn into a big business; in the early days, she struggled to sell a dozen eggs a day.

Today, via the founding of a local cooperative, more than 2 million salted duck eggs have been sold, raising the average income of 23 villagers in poverty by more than 20,000 yuan ($3,000 dollars).

Wow. And you thought domain names is the best way to make money in China! 😀

Unless you are looking into starting an e-commerce business in China, domain names are still selling.

We keep track of the Chinese domain market’s performance for more than a year now, reporting on short domains, between 2 to 4 characters in length, that changed hands in China; .CN, .COM and .NET are the three TLDs that we’re focusing on.

Here is today’s list of domain names:

7p.cn
rkl.com
rwtm.cn
dxmt.com
pfby.com
xbxq.com
ydnb.com
yggk.com
yllx.com
zpxh.com
zzyb.com


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2 Responses to “Chinese domain market report : Grandma sells 2 million duck eggs on the Internet!”
  1. Rob says:

    DuckEggs.cn is currently available for Hand Registration! … Lets see who is the first one to register it!

  2. DomainGang says:

    Rob – Apparently, salted duck eggs is “xian ya dan” in Chinese, and guess what: xianyadan.com is taken.

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