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Old 26th February 2006, 10:19 AM
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Re: German IDN domain, Holzhäuser.biz sold at €1,500 = $1,768

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Originally Posted by Lmg67
Hi I have a question for you. Are single-letter IDN domain names of interest to investors as they obviously would be in non-IDN names? or are there too many japanese/chinese/korean/etc. letters so that they are not valuable unless they have a specific meaning?

thanks.
Laurie

Oh, and where do you find all these investors??
Yes, they are of interest, but when it comes down to value it is all down to scarcity and usage.

I went through the Chinese Characters in the early days looking for ones with High Google. We own most of the Arabic, Davengari and Hindi, Alphabets and the first character in quite a few others. We also have the odd Russian Cyrillic. I would say that in order of value, you are talking Arabic, Cyrillics, Hirigana, Hangul and then in general Hanzi or Kanji. The later though can be words in their own right and some are extremely valuable in my opinion. Note though that with Kanji and Hanzi, single character does not forcibly imply single keystroke!
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