Godaddy 4 Letter Domain Names | LLLL.com

Godaddy 4 Letter Domain Names | LLLL.com

There has been an increase in interest for 4 Letter Domain Names and their price has continued to rise. Here we list hand selected 4 Letter Domain Names that are available in Godaddy Auctions that have the potential to be flipped quickly.

Domain Name Bids Current Price Auction End Time
igid.com 43 $787 01/10/2016 09:17
nhrb.com 31 $3044 01/10/2016 02:15
ntam.com 34 $565 01/11/2016 11:03
qxwf.com 20 $1691 01/11/2016 09:34
tqom.com 31 $311 01/10/2016 11:51
vont.com 44 $898 01/11/2016 10:51

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Godaddy 4 Letter Domain Names | LLLL.com

Godaddy 4 Letter Domain Names | LLLL.com

There has been an increase in interest for 4 Letter Domain Names and their price has continued to rise. Here we list hand selected 4 Letter Domain Names that are available in Godaddy Auctions that have the potential to be flipped quickly.

Domain Name Bids Current Price Auction End Time
ehpt.com 37 $405 01/09/2016 10:56
gbhe.com 37 $449 01/09/2016 02:10
hpvv.com 35 $305 01/09/2016 01:20
igid.com 35 $565 01/10/2016 09:17
mrkc.com 49 $1741 01/09/2016 01:39
nhrb.com 31 $3044 01/10/2016 02:15
nlea.com 26 $419 01/10/2016 10:14
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tqom.com 27 $281 01/10/2016 11:51

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The Difference between Brand Names and Domain Names

The Difference between Brand Names and Domain Names

There seems to be a lot of confusion online around the difference between a brand name and a domain name. Recently there has been many new marketplaces started offering brandable domain names, but we are doing it a little different. To be one of the first to submit names you can

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But what exactly is a brandable domain name and why is it not enough to create a brand?

What makes a Name into a Brand?

Basically a name is just that, a name. A name doesn’t become a brand until someone puts a voice behind it. That can be a company, an group of people, an individual, etc. When a name stands for something and develops values, characteristics, a purpose, and starts to behave and act in a certain way it becomes a brand. Can a generic domain become a brand? Yes. All names can become a brand. Take Apple.com for example. Generic domain and one of the largest brands on the planet. However it is far cheaper and cost effective if you are starting a small business to find a short unique name that is made up like zallie.com. That way if your entire business changes or your company moves into a different market, you add services, etc. you don’t have to change your name. Google.com is an example of a brandable domain name. So what makes a good brandable domain name?

Qualities of a Good Brandable Domain Name

1. It’s unique
2. It allows the company to expand
3. It’s easy to say, spell, and remember

Why a .com domain extension is the best for Brand Names

The .com extension is the default domain name extension for brand names and there is good reason why. The best way to explain it is that if your brand name was socially, your matching domain name in customers minds would automatically be socially.com and not social.ly. Yes, the customer is always right does apply in this case. So why isn’t social.ly a matching brand name and why wouldn’t customers think of it first?

.com domains have an advantage over .whatever names

1.Default for Word of Mouth Marketing 
2. Big Brands use .com
3. Reputation and Trust

Word of Mouth Marketing

Word of Mouth marketing is very important not only offline, but online as well. In the previous example of social.ly, internet users would end up going to socially.com because the period is removed from the extension when it’s entered into online editors and when there is no extension on a domain name customers assume it’s a .com. Most customers are not tech savvy and don’t care to be. They’ll simply copy and paste your name into Google and / or just add .com to the end. Now if you don’t own the .com and a competitor does, that’s just bad news for your business because you’ll be fighting for ranking forever. However, companies that have a unique .com domain will enjoy far less competition.

.com is the default for everything

Spellcheck programs built into operating systems and online web editors automatically remove the period in new TLD extensions like .ly so your brand name becomes swiftly instead of swift.ly. On the other hand these same spellcheck programs not only recognize .com but automatically create a link to the website.

The iphone and ipad have a .com button. If you click it you can choose from a dropdown list of other top level extension like .net and .org, but the fact that .com is the default and only takes one click says a lot about .coms value.

Big Brands use .com

Bitly
Bitly started out with their domain name as bit.ly, but soon changed it to bitly.com. Now the bit.ly version is redirected to the .com version.

Uber
Uber was very smart in their purchase and bought uber.com for 2% of the company and was valued at the time for $1 million dollars. Then they also bought uber.org for $36,000. They currently don’t own uber.net

Twitch
Twitch.tv is a large video gaming community and they actually own twitch.tv. It is very likely that they will by twitch.com from it’s current owner which is currently enjoying a big boost of traffic to his website from people looking for twitch.com

Buying a .com is about Reputation and Trust

That’s great and all, but I know what you’re thinking: “What about all the new tech startups that use other domain extensions?” Well, each extensions comes with a level of trust. The more an extension is used in a particular industry the more it is recognized to belong to that industry. Tech startups use a lot of .ly and .io extensions. Small businesses were supposed to use .biz but it never caught on. Why? Because those small businesses didn’t want to look small, they wanted to use .com because it’s already associated with big business, authority, trust, and instant recognition. The fact is that .com has more trust than a .whatever extension because it has been around longer and been used more. It’s the same reason that hyphen domains are less trustworthy no matter the extension because they have been heavily used by scammers and spammers.

It’s not all about the web traffic you will be loosing, it’s about brand reputation. Every large brand knows that in todays world it only takes 1 customer to have a bad experience to put a tarnish on your brand. If you don’t own the .com extension and a scammer / spammer does own it, they could ruin your brand in a matter of seconds. Then all it takes is that customer that got scammed to vent their story on social media. You didn’t create the scam, your company is not scamming people, but your brand is now ruined and you’ll have to start over and sometimes re-brand. Suing the scammer is not always enough to regain the trust of your customers. Look at all the security breaches with big brands like Target and spoof emails that try to pretend to be Facebook, PayPal, and more. These are real threats to not only the consumers but to the trust they put in the brands they are entrusting with their money, information, and sometimes entire online life.

Which is why a lot of new companies prefer to get a made up name like vizous.com in the .com extension over choosing a more recognizable name in a less recognized extension like videos.us.

If you want to dominate a market, you will eventually buy the .com version of your domain name. It shows that you have arrived, that your brand cares about it’s reputation, that you have enough resources to invest in a .com domain name and that you’re company is established, competitive, and is not going anywhere.

This article was written by Joshua Davis. As a Designer and Entrepreneur I’m always busying creating, sharing, and learning. Join my mailchimp email list where I share tips, tricks, and insider opportunities.

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