Subconscious thought came together for me registering 2fcr.com and 8fcr.com.
Constant reminders of value of short dot coms, with ever-rare four digit dot coms beginning to surge in aftermarket value, and the consideration of numerology for Chinese domain investors, lead me to these names.
I made a 2 year commitment to track analytics, and gauge first hand the impact of several trends I’ve read about; Are 4 character dot coms really that valuable? Will they be?
But what of Mother.Domains’ sentiments towards only reserving names that could serve a useful purpose online?
We’re not big fans of parking pages that don’t offer even a minimal resource related to the name, and believe a lot of brilliant domains are wasted accordingly.
2fcr.com is a derivative of “two factor authentication”.
Earlier this evening, I forecast how we could integrate our own two factor authentication into our logins processes and custom applications.
I was hoping to find an abbreviated versions of domains along the lines of “2factor.com”.
After I found five-digit dot coms such as 2fctr.com, I wanted to see if any four character dot coms – NLLL.com – could still be snapped up.
2fcr.com and 8fcr.com were two of a few four character combinations available, and I chose the 8 for reasons of Chinese numerology symbolising good luck.
Let’s see how it goes? In two years this could be a most interesting article and study. Stay tuned.