Good quality Pinyin domains drop every day.
I thought most meaningful Pinyin are already owned by Chinese investors because there are over 900 million internet citizens and a large pool of investors in China. These Chinese domain investors even triggered the global domain boom in 2015/2016.
Therefore, it amazes me to see Pinyin domains dropping regularly in the last few months. For example, the following 10 Pinyin domains are now available for registration as of this writing.
|Haidiou.com||Hai Di Ou||海地鸥||Gull of sea and land|
|Hongshuli.com||Hong Shu Li||红薯里||Sweet potato neighborhood|
|Longyishun.com||Long Yi Shun||龙一瞬||Dragon, in the twinkle of an eye|
|Jinxingchang.com||Jin Xing Chang||尽心尝||Try wholeheartedly|
|Wogeke.com||Wo Ge Ke||握个客||To grasp individual customer|
|Aidatan.com||Ai Da Tan||爱打探||Love to scout out|
|Fengmidi.com||Feng Mi Di||蜂蜜帝||Emperor of honey|
|Gushutang.com||Gu Shu Tang||古书堂||Hall of ancient books|
|Jingfuxin.com||Jing Fu Xin||静福心||A heart with tranquility and happiness|
|Kailanna.com||Kai Lan Na||凯蓝娜||Triumphant, blue, elegant|
As you can see, many of these Pinyin domains are quite short –- fewer than 10 characters. Imagine investing just $10 to acquire a domain such as Fengmidi.com to develop it into a business empire supplying honey to 1.4 billion consumers in China. The opportunity is unmeasurable!
The interesting thing is that I do not deliberately look for Pinyin domains. In fact, I mainly invest in English-based domains but somehow Pinyin names just come across my desk as I scan domains provided by ExpiredDomains.net every day.