"This is a courtesy republishing of an original article we posted on our sister site's blog at ChineseLandRush.com."
Recently those who follow the domaining space are well aware of the Chinese domain registration and aftermarket “boom” right now, particularly as it relates to numeric domains. Randomized strings of numerics from two numbers up to ten and more are being registered and purchased in droves from Chinese domainers and consumers alike. But what do these numeric strings mean? Which numeric strings are the most valuable? How many numbers are too many to have in a numeric domain string? These are important questions that western domainers are asking themselves every day, and answers can be difficult to find as the Chinese domain investing space can be a somewhat difficult and confusing market to navigate.
If you’ve asked yourself those questions and don’t know what to do next, don’t worry! We’re here to help.
With our Chinese Domaining Masterclass presented by ChineseLandrush.com, we strive to provide the best tips, tricks, and advice on each individual number and how it relates to the Chinese context of domain investing. In the past several months we’ve covered numbers 9, 8, 7, 5, 4, and 3, and today we’ll be going over another number to continue our coverage of numerics in Chinese domaining. Without further adieu, we present today’s number:
6: 六; Pinyin: Liù