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Over the last month or so, I’ve sold two Hong Kong geographic domain names, WanChai.com and KwunTong.com, and I still have a few other domain names remaining. Instead of creating individual posts for each, I am going to save time by listing them for sale here.

Judging by the 2 emails and DNForum private message I received in the week after selling WanChai.com in which the writers told me they wish they bought it first, you should probably be quick if you would like to purchase one or more of the names below. If all three are of interest, I would consider an offer for the three domain names. Post “sold” in the comment section of the blog if you’re interested.

HK

YuenLong.com – Price: $6,500 US Dollars

References:

  • Go2YL.com – “Yuen Long has quite a lot to offer.” “The district is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and abundance of antiquities and monuments. Many traditional ceremonies and rituals are still observed by the people in Yuen Long, in spite of the coming of modernity of Yuen Long. Examples are Tin Hau Festival, Tai P’ing Ch’ing Ch’iao and basin meal.”
  • CNNgo.com – Why We Love Yuen LongDirt biking, strawberry picking and traditional basin meals are just some of the reasons why the rest of Hong Kong loses to Yuen Long
  • Wikipedia – “It had a population of 449,070 in 2001

Hong Kong

TaiPo.com – Price: $5,500 US Dollars

References:

  • Sam’s Exotic Photos of Tai Po – “Tai Po used to be a modest village town with historical relics and charming scenery. Now, it has been transformed into a thriving and prosperous new town. It is a marvel that the tranquility of its traditional villages have been preserved and coexist in harmony with the high-rise buildings of the bustling new town.
  • Tai Po Football Club (Wikipedia) – “On 6 June 2009, Tai Po won 4:2 against TSW Pegasus, in front of 4,042 fans at the Hong Kong Stadium, to lift the Hong Kong FA Cup, marking the first time a district team has won the trophy.”
  • Wikipedia – “It had a population of 310,879 in 2001.

Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

TsuenWan.com – Price: $7,000 US Dollars

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Comments (13)

    Adi

    Elliot,

    Am I correct to assume that any City (no matter where the city is located…Asia, Europe etc) registered as a .com is a good move?

    May 18th, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    hongkong

    excellent names :)

    May 19th, 2010 at 6:48 am

    Andrew Rosener

    Obviously, these are great GEO names. And judging solely on the populations of these cities (since I have no other knowledge of these areas), the prices are CHEAP.

    However, my trouble, and the only reason I won’t buy them, is that I am not sure how you go about developing and/or monetizing these names unless you have intimate knowledge of the area, speak Mandarin, and have a sense for what the people of those cities want from your website.

    My guess, is that what they want is much different that what the people of Chicago for instance, want from Chicago.com.

    Thoughts?

    May 19th, 2010 at 9:13 am

      Elliot

      @ Andrew

      IMO, the development could be geared towards Americans or other English-speakers who are planning a visit to Hong Kong and don’t know where to stay or visit – or to an English speaker who might be looking to move to Hong Kong.

      May 19th, 2010 at 9:50 am

    Andrew Rosener

    Elliot, I agree with you. Targeting the site to expats and foreigners probably is your best bet.

    I live in Panama and own a lot of cityname.com’s for this country and I run into the same problems. Targeting the local population is useless and worthless (in terms of profit). But targeting Expats and visitors is lucrative.

    Relocation services is the most profitable way to monetize these types of sites. Those leads pay out big time!

    May 19th, 2010 at 10:05 am

    Elliot

    @ Andrew

    That’s pretty much what I am thinking, but I don’t have enough time to build these myself.

    May 19th, 2010 at 10:08 am

    ron

    Elliot, just out of curiosity, what is a typical day for you?

    May 19th, 2010 at 10:22 am

    Elliot

    @ Ron

    May be an interesting blog post to write.

    May 19th, 2010 at 10:24 am

    Jason

    @Elliotou

    You should offer a membershil to domain investors to learn how to sell like you do – similar to your dogwalker.com membership. I would be interested on learning more. I’m sure it is fun to make a sale. What you think?

    May 19th, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    Elliot

    @ Jason

    I’d rather do it free here… I try to give as much information as possible… I’ve written about some end user sales here.

    Most of my bigger sales are to other domain investors, and I believe the key is buying strongly searched domain names at great prices and selling them for fair prices.

    May 19th, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    Phio

    Have to agree great names for targeting those who are travelling. Fantastic possibilities.

    Also interesting to note that 灣仔.com was registered 3 years before WanChai.com.

    May 19th, 2010 at 3:54 pm

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