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House.com: Owner shows off where #domain traffic comes from

The domain House.com has been in the possession of Chinese entrepreneur and investor, Yue Dai (Dai Yue.)

The Yuming founder operates an impressive domain portfolio that includes numerous LL .com domains and promotes House.com as “an international real estate website” seeking partners worldwide.

It’s exactly that worldwide reference that has the House.com registrant all excited; it appears that traffic arrives from all over the world, as seen in this image below:

The US traffic tops the list along with China at spot #3 (Yue Dai’s home country) and it’s quite safe to say that it’s pure type-ins, but what’s going on with Poland, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Ukraine, and Slovakia that appear on this top 15 list of countries?

Apparently, House Brand is a major clothing outlet popular in Poland and the Baltic countries; it’s quite likely that Polish visitors go to House.com instead of House.pl.

The House Brand company operates from HouseBrand.com as the collective portal and it’s possible that they are losing quite a bit of traffic due to not owning the domain House.com.

In our opinion, House Brand would be a great candidate for the domain House.com, as long as they have the funds to acquire this premium domain name from its Chinese registrant.

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4 Responses to “House.com: Owner shows off where #domain traffic comes from”
  1. amplify says:

    I wonder if my favorite TV shows that I’ve watched all 8 seasons of at least 3-4 times, House (M.D.), played any role for type-in traffic during the show’s air time (2004-2012) to even now.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Amplify – How could I forget that? 🙂

  3. BullS says:

    Actually, house.com and all his domains, properties and money do not belong to him- all belongs to the Communist Party of China(CPC)
    The CPC owns every soul in China ……ask Jack Ma about that for his ANT project.
    Where is Jack Ma? He can be a nobody in a second!!–all taken away..

    When you are in China using their network, all your data are being siphoned to CPC.

    How do I know? I have friends that work in the CPC’s bureau of the secret Police.

  4. Drew Platt says:

    I doubt they have the money that House.com owner is asking.

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