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是的.net - (Yes. Net)

I just registerd this domain. its chinese
Has google thrend results
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It would seem to have potential, and is probably pretty good in terms of what is left for a fresh registration. However, if it wasn't of interest enough for somebody else to register it yesterday, its market value today is likely to be pretty limited. But sometimes you can get lucky and flip them straight out the box.
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It would seem to have potential, and is probably pretty good in terms of what is left for a fresh registration. However, if it wasn't of interest enough for somebody else to register it yesterday, its market value today is likely to be pretty limited. But sometimes you can get lucky and flip them straight out the box.
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xn--0ivn77a.net - 是的.net - (Yes. Net)
是的 can be better translated as "Yes, it is". So what would you do with YesItIs.net? Your guess is as good as mine.

Baidu Index has no value for '是的' as no one would search for that. Do not trust Google Trends/Adwords data for Chinese keywords.

Spend time finding domain names that are nouns. There are plenty out there.

I handregged this today: 小说网.net. 小说网 has a BI of 24K! BI of anything above 100 is decent.
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Re: 是的.net - (Yes. Net)

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是的 can be better translated as "Yes, it is". So what would you do with YesItIs.net? Your guess is as good as mine.

Baidu Index has no value for '是的' as no one would search for that. Do not trust Google Trends/Adwords data for Chinese keywords.

Spend time finding domain names that are nouns. There are plenty out there.

I handregged this today: 小说网.net. 小说网 has a BI of 24K! BI of anything above 100 is decent.
I tryed several translators and all shows me Yes.net
Not Yes It Is . net
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Re: 是的.net - (Yes. Net)

zaclondon is correct.

I'm not tell you don't trust Google language tool, but, sometimes the translation was not correct.
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Just give up........ Nobody is going to buy any of these names and you are wasting your money. You'll do a better job finding the next big hit. zhu zhu etc... See ya next Christmas. Until then keep the money in the bank.

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Re: 是的.net - (Yes. Net)

Hi Pandarian,

Zaclondon is correct...

The online translators however, are wrong and right at the same time
i.e. "是" can mean yes, but this is not the "ONLY WORD" used to answer YES in Chinese.. - read on...
Note: In your example... most people by the way would just use "是" (is) to answer yes - and in a sense the "的" is more for emphasis!!!

Note: With Chinese, as I said above - there is no one word for "Yes"...
Basically to say "yes", you repeat the "main verb" in a sentance....
e.g. For the "yes" answer to "Is it this one?", for "yes" you would say "is" (i.e. "is" [是] or "is!" [是的] = yes)... and to negate the verb you would say "no is" (i.e. [不是] or [不是的] "no is" or "no is!" = "no")
Also note: there is also more than one "no", depending on the verb it goes with (so likewise there is no single word for "no").

For another example... "Have you seen your friend?" - the "Yes" answer is the verb "seen" [看到] and to say no - you would say "not seen" [没看到]
Note: in this 2nd example the "的" should not be added / used and another character could be added to the end of the phrase for emphasis / correctness (i.e. "了"... "没看到了").

Therefore, while "是的" can mean "Yes" - it is not the global only way of saying "yes", as it is in English.
Also when used as a domain name - this phrase takes on more of a slightly command, dictorial type feel... and "是的" is best translated as "Yes - it is!"

Hope this helps - cheers, Asiaplay

PS: Chinese online dictionaries and translation software is best at translating nouns.
This is probably as Chinese has two possible basic grammer structures for "question" type sentances - which are both acceptable in use.
e.g. Using the examples above, one sentance structure could use "is, not is" OR "see, not see" ("verb, negated verb"... with no question mark being used at end of sentance) or alternatively you could use "Is it?" or "Seen?" (where a question mark is added at the end of the sentance)
<--- I think you might have just got a lesson on the most commlicated part of Chinese grammer, by asking this question (as the rest of Chinese grammer, is pretty easy compared to other languages)

TIP OF THE DAY: for Chinese, buy NOUNS and check the Baidu and Google "search volume" for words, to make sure they have a high search volume - that is the safest and easiest approach to find a good Chinese IDN (or a good IDN in any other language)...

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I tryed several translators and all shows me Yes.net
Not Yes It Is . net
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Get a grip you guys. Clearly this is not the most common form of Yes, it does not have enough search results, but it is a Word rather than a Phrase, even if the English have no real one word equivalent. The French term Si might be a better parallel. Yes, it does say "Yes", but it clearly also says so much more. Can you get it in to your heads that translation is not about one on one mapping. It just doesn't work like that.
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The term is worthless. What could you possibly sell on Yes.net
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The online translators however, ...

Hope this helps - cheers, Asiaplay
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Re: 是的.net - (Yes. Net)

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... Clearly this is not the most common form of Yes...
I think you missed the point of my post, my friend... it really is arguable what is the most common form of Yes in Chinese - there are as many options for the spot, as there are verbs - so it doesn't make too much sense by itself, as any direct translation of the word "Yes" in English (but perhaps "是" is the most common - if I was taking a guess at it, I would choose "is" "是" or "have" "有" - lol)...

Also, I personally don't really think "是的" is a good IDN to brand on really - there are 1000s, if not more, better expressions in Chinese, if one is looking for just a fun memorable branding type word (just my opinion of course!!! ).

Cheers and all the best for 2010 RD (a kid this year isn't it ) - Asiaplay
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Re: 是的.net - (Yes. Net)

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Props. I learnt something there!
lol... :o

PS: I used the online translator for it all - I hope no one notices haha...
Pandarian - the comments made are not any criticism at all - I just posted a reply, so that you can hopefully understand more clearly on why 是的 is perhaps not the best IDN (and why was free still)... as discussed and suggested, do as I do and stick to Nouns (even without the grammer issues) - the money for IDNs, I feel is in nouns more than verbs.
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I think you missed the point of my post, my friend... it really is arguable what is the most common form of Yes in Chinese - there are as many options for the spot, as there are verbs - so it doesn't make too much sense by itself, as any direct translation of the word "Yes" in English (but perhaps "是" is the most common - if I was taking a guess at it, I would choose "is" "是" or "have" "有" - lol)...

Also, I personally don't really think "是的" is a good IDN to brand on really - there are 1000s, if not more, better expressions in Chinese, if one is looking for just a fun memorable branding type word (just my opinion of course!!! ).

Cheers and all the best for 2010 RD (a kid this year isn't it ) - Asiaplay
Thanks for the additional explanation, sorry I missed the first one as I was posting.

A kid would be nice, but 2010 is looking a long shot.
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Thanks for the additional explanation, sorry I missed the first one as I was posting.

A kid would be nice, but 2010 is looking a long shot.
Hope it goes as you want it too (practice makes perfect, as they say) - there is always 2011 !!!
(I dear say, is unlikely for me this year - apart from practise / touch wood... or in 2011)... cheers, Asiaplay
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Just give up........ Nobody is going to buy any of these names and you are wasting your money. You'll do a better job finding the next big hit. zhu zhu etc... See ya next Christmas. Until then keep the money in the bank.

Seriously what have you been doing since 2007? I regged many premium IDN names in 07. You must have been sleeping.
No, i sleep, but only 4 or 5 hoursper day.:p
I learned lot about keyword, short letter, genaric, quick flip domains & gained lots of $$$ from it. But not IDN, its too complicated to me. But now im doing it. Because eBay is a good place for even its a garbage.



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Hi Pandarian,

Zaclondon is correct...

The online translators however, are wrong and right at the same time
i.e. "是" can mean yes, but this is not the "ONLY WORD" used to answer YES in Chinese.. - read on...
Note: In your example... most people by the way would just use "是" (is) to answer yes - and in a sense the "的" is more for emphasis!!!

Note: With Chinese, as I said above - there is no one word for "Yes"...
Basically to say "yes", you repeat the "main verb" in a sentance....
e.g. For the "yes" answer to "Is it this one?", for "yes" you would say "is" (i.e. "is" [是] or "is!" [是的] = yes)... and to negate the verb you would say "no is" (i.e. [不是] or [不是的] "no is" or "no is!" = "no")
Also note: there is also more than one "no", depending on the verb it goes with (so likewise there is no single word for "no").

For another example... "Have you seen your friend?" - the "Yes" answer is the verb "seen" [看到] and to say no - you would say "not seen" [没看到]
Note: in this 2nd example the "的" should not be added / used and another character could be added to the end of the phrase for emphasis / correctness (i.e. "了"... "没看到了").

Therefore, while "是的" can mean "Yes" - it is not the global only way of saying "yes", as it is in English.
Also when used as a domain name - this phrase takes on more of a slightly command, dictorial type feel... and "是的" is best translated as "Yes - it is!"

Hope this helps - cheers, Asiaplay

PS: Chinese online dictionaries and translation software is best at translating nouns.
This is probably as Chinese has two possible basic grammer structures for "question" type sentances - which are both acceptable in use.
e.g. Using the examples above, one sentance structure could use "is, not is" OR "see, not see" ("verb, negated verb"... with no question mark being used at end of sentance) or alternatively you could use "Is it?" or "Seen?" (where a question mark is added at the end of the sentance)
<--- I think you might have just got a lesson on the most commlicated part of Chinese grammer, by asking this question (as the rest of Chinese grammer, is pretty easy compared to other languages)

TIP OF THE DAY: for Chinese, buy NOUNS and check the Baidu and Google "search volume" for words, to make sure they have a high search volume - that is the safest and easiest approach to find a good Chinese IDN (or a good IDN in any other language)...
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Thanx, I did this in regular domain industry and will do it here with IDN. BTW, Dynadot is a good place for registering domains with clue. Because you can drop it for $2 loss.


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You have an annoying habbit of not appreciating others' advice. Don't ever change! The less competent competition the better
No, I agree to them. Because they know lot about IDN's than me. I'm just trying to clear my doubts.


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He has been a member since 2007. He had so much time to learn from the professionals here.
Ya, but i didn't have the 24x7 time to spend here. I got my personal life, Profession, Education & Regular domain industry to spend my time. & Idid it very well.


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The term is worthless. What could you possibly sell on Yes.net
I'm trying to sell it for something more than reg fee. Because i allways learn something from it.
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