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Old 18th July 2009, 01:32 AM
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Thumbs up Hello. маил.com (Mail.com) Russian Generic/Traffic/Stats

Hey, this is your old buddy Sarcle. Today, I'm going to list a traffic Russian generic term. I do believe that Russian domains will be quickest to obtain "Idn Xanadu" in the near future. Of course that's just my belief but really, they will. :p

I'm listing Russian IDN

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The domain has it all Yandex, Google Trends, Serps, and Traffic.

160-200 daily direct traffic. 193 unique visitors daily. Traffic Stats. Over 5k uniques monthly. How many people wouldn't tell their friends?

These are "DIRECT" type-ins.

Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo make millions with their "free-mail" services.

This is the domain for a Russian email service. Who speaks Russian wouldn't want a native e-mail address?

The possibilities are endless and they are coming soon.

This domian already gets the traffic. Now it just needs a home.

Please pm me an offer in the XX.XXX USD range.
Or email me @ support @ sarcle.com
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Re: Hello. маил.com (Mail.com) Russian Generic/Traffic/Stats

mail in russian is 'почта'
'маил' is transliterated version of 'mail'
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mail in russian is 'почта'
'маил' is transliterated version of 'mail'
Really? I thought the transliteration was майл...
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Really? I thought the transliteration was майл...
the correct transliteration is мейл.com - which I happen to have
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BTW, idn.bz shows transliterations on Russian language:

http://idn.bz/rate.php?keyword=%D0%BC%D0%B0%D0%B8%D0%BB

EXACT English transliteration= mail
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the correct transliteration is мейл.com - which I happen to have
meil?!

Here it is: http://www.google.com/trends?q=%D0%B...ate=ytd&sort=1
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Re: Hello. маил.com (Mail.com) Russian Generic/Traffic/Stats

I don't want to argue, but I can say that: as Russians learn English they tend to transliterate in the way it sounds in English, not in the way it is written.

Example: When I registered "sounds-right" реслинг.com (wrestling) the other version of it - the "written-right" one - рестлинг.com (wrestling with "t" heard in it) had 3 times more searches on Yandex. Today, 1.5 year later, as younger Russians come online with better knowledge of English (of how English words are correctly pronounced) and tend to spell English words in the "sounds-right" way - the "written-right" version of wrestling lags behind in number of searches and it looks - goes down as a trend.

I think in many cases this will happen to other similar cases - one of which is with mail.com.

If you say English word mail to a Russian person - there is only one way how he hears and spells it in Cyrillic - not майл, маил, or even мэйл - it's just мейл - and that's seems to be a trend so far - that's my personal impression, of course.

According to this view and terminology - маил.com and майл.com would be "written-right" versions, while мейл.com and меил.com (as well as мэйл.com & мэил.com) would be "sounds-right" versions of English word mail

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I don't want to argue, but I can say that: as Russians learn English they tend to transliterate in the way it sounds in English, not in the way it is written.

Example: When I registered "sounds-right" реслинг.com (wrestling) the other version of it - the "written-right" one - рестлинг.com (wrestling with "t" heard in it) had 3 time more searches on Yandex. Today, 1.5 year later, as younger Russians come online with better knowledge of English (of how English words are correctly pronounced) and tend to spell English words in the "sounds-right" way - the "written-right" version of wrestling lags behind in number of searches and it looks - goes down as a trend.

I think in many cases this will happen to other similar cases - one of which is with mail.com.

If you say English word mail to a Russian person - there is only one way how he hears and spells it in Cyrillic - not майл, маил, or even мэйл - it's just мейл - and that's seems to be a trend so far - that's my personal impression, of course.

According to this view and terminology - маил.com and майл.com would be "written-right" versions, while мейл.com and меил.com (as well as мэйл.com & мэил.com) would be "sounds-right" versions of English word mail
I trust your judgment. In the end, your the native speaker.
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Hey Drew, I think we've had a few discussions. I believe. :D

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Thanks all for the information. Obviously, Russians are typing this domain in looking for email services, this will only increase as knowledge expands on IDN. Especially if the site actually hosts an email service.

I'll share more stats and information to interested parties only.

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I don't want to argue, but I can say that: as Russians learn English they tend to transliterate in the way it sounds in English, not in the way it is written.

Example: When I registered "sounds-right" реслинг.com (wrestling) the other version of it - the "written-right" one - рестлинг.com (wrestling with "t" heard in it) had 3 times more searches on Yandex. Today, 1.5 year later, as younger Russians come online with better knowledge of English (of how English words are correctly pronounced) and tend to spell English words in the "sounds-right" way - the "written-right" version of wrestling lags behind in number of searches and it looks - goes down as a trend.

I think in many cases this will happen to other similar cases - one of which is with mail.com.

If you say English word mail to a Russian person - there is only one way how he hears and spells it in Cyrillic - not майл, маил, or even мэйл - it's just мейл - and that's seems to be a trend so far - that's my personal impression, of course.

According to this view and terminology - маил.com and майл.com would be "written-right" versions, while мейл.com and меил.com (as well as мэйл.com & мэил.com) would be "sounds-right" versions of English word mail
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