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Domain Name:  ZGM.COM (view lowercase
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Here's a pure thee letter domain with the letters z, g, and m. Among many other uses, ZG is an acronym for Zero Gravity, a lucrative industry catering to those who wish to travel to the edge of space. The domain has an initial registration date in the year 2000.

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Here's a pure thee letter domain with the letters z, g, and m. Among many other uses, ZG is an acronym for Zero Gravity, a lucrative industry catering to those who wish to travel to the edge of space. The domain has an initial registration date in the year 2000.

This is a no reserve auction and bidding starts at $1.

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JackNames of JackNames

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I think three-letter domains are the nuts. Anybody who says that "scarcity does not necessarily equal value" doesn't understand the concept of supply and demand. And the idea that the best way to see value out of a three letter domain is to wait until somebody invents an acronym and sends the inquiry letter is missing the boat. With reverse domain hijacking on the rise, that's a very dangerous approach.

As far as scarcity, while over 17,000 three letter domain names might seem like a lot, it translates roughly into 1 out of every 10,000 domains...
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A savvy business doesn't particularly need a three-letter name. Any great brand name will do. Would ZGM have been a better business name than Exxon, Google, or Amica?

Anybody who imagines that three letter names are any scarcer than four letter names beginning with N, doesn't understand mathematics. And anyone who says that "scarcity equals value" understands only half the concept of supply and demand.

So what is the end-user market for ZGM.com? What...
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Gary Taylor of 3ac Domains

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ZGM.com not the most attractive of combinations but amazing if you are a certain Zimmermann-Graeff & Müller. Oh yes it is possible to have a company acronym containing the letters Z, G and M.

The beauty of 3 letter.coms is that they are scarce. Fact. Only 17576 combinations. Another nice fact is that the minimum observed wholesale price for an LLL.com is $3,900, correct as of 3rd March...
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Acroplex of Acroplex LLC

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It's currently the *wrong* time to offer LLL .com domains for sale. I repeat: it's currently the *wrong* time for sellers...and the *right* time for buyers to step in and pick up the good deals.

This domain would sell in the $7k to $8k range last year; currently, the reseller's market "dictates" half as much. The secret is to find end users that would pay a premium price no matter what the resellers value domains at.
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Bgum of DomainShane

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Say what you want about three letter dot coms but bad letters or not, they are easy to remember. I hate when people make up those far fetched names that the letters could stand for knowing full well that nobody will ever start a domain in that area. I highly doubt this will ever be a domain called Zebra Breeders Guide but it sure would be perfect for it. I like the Z being at the beginning and say this one will break 4K and not because a zebra breeder will buck up but because of the flow of the letters.

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