Avoid the scams, find out which Business Opportunities actually work
19th August 2007
Filed under: Domain Names — Ben @ 12:24 pm

After attending a seminar in April I decided to look into the domain name market as a source of profit.

One of the little “niches” in domaining is the LLLL.com market – where you trade in short dot com domain names containing only 4 letters.

An example of an LLLL.com is bebo.com, another is zxyq.com.

Within the LLLL.com niche are several different sub-niches such as the CVCV, VCVC etc

V meaning “vowel” and C meaning “consonent”.

bebo.com would be classed as a CVCV domain whilst avuv.com is a VCVC.

I mention the LLLL.com market today because if registrations of this type of domain continue at the same rate, we will soon see a complete “buyout” of every possible LLLL.com.

At present there are just 17,000 or so still available out of 456,976 – under 4%.

All of the best combinations of letters have been registered and we are now left with many domains that contain lots of “non-premium” letters such as z, y, q, x and so on.

So, why am I telling you all this?

Well, a lot of people believe that when all of the LLLL.coms are registered, the value of them will increase steadily simply because you will have to buy them in the open market rather from a registrar such as GoDaddy.

I’m not too sure that this will happen but I have built up quite a collection of them myself “just in case”.

If you fancy trying some domain investing and have a limited budget then it may be worth checking out the LLLL.com market.

You can grab your first for $8 and then hold, probably for at least a year, to see if there is any profit in it.

What I would suggest is that you have a good read on a forum such as:


And then, check out http://www.DomainProfitGuide.com for a step-by-step guide on making profit from domain names.

Let me know how you get on!

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