Triads, Triplets, Trios, Terns and Hat-Tricks

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 There is a lot of hype out there about how all 3 character domain names have since been registered and that 3 character domains are worth a lot of money. This statement is only partly true as not all 3-character domains are valuable, or even that rare. With the amount of 3-character domains for sale on ebay and other various auction sites today, we decided to go over a few things to consider when purchasing a 3-character domain.

A 3-character could consist of any combination of letters (L) and numbers (N) and/or contain a hyphen (-). The most valuable of 3-character domain name is a 3 letter domain (LLL) or a 3 number (NNN) domain with a .com extension. These domains are very rare and fetch anywhere between $5,000 and several hundred thousand. The 3 letter domain (LLL) and 3 number (NNN) domain with a .net extension are also rare and will usually sell for $1,000 or more. In fact a a 3 letter domain (LLL) or a 3 number (NNN) domain with any TLD extension (.org, .info, .biz, .us, or .mobi) is worth at least a couple hundred dollars and considered a good find.

But what about all those 3 character domains for sale on ebay with no reserve and a current bid of only $10 – 20, such as,  X14.net, 8MP.biz or JM9.org? They must be rare also, right? Chances are it’s only worth the registration fee unless it has a .com extension. Here is a handy little 3-character valuation resource that could will come in handy if you are just unsure about whether or not to fire up the paypal and snatch up what you think is a 3-character gold mine.

Enjoy,
Pound

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