.Shop and .Site get Chinese approval – NiceNIC.NET

GMO and Radix get good news from China.

 

Just a few weeks after approving .club, .VIP and .XYZ, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has approved two more domain names for sale and hosting within China.

 

GMO Registry’s .Shop and Radix’s .Site were both approved today.

 

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.Shop and .Site get Chinese approval - www.nicenic.net

 

The domain names that were approved earlier this month saw a nice uptick in demand from China in the week following the approval, so this news could spark demand for .shop and .site.

 

The latest approvals are also good news for domain name registries still waiting for MIIT approval. If MIIT approves a handful of domain names every few weeks, or even once a month, we could see dozens of new TLDs available for hosting in China by the end of next year.

 

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Chinese TLDs get Chinese approval

Finally! Two Chinese IDNs get welcome news from China’s regulators.

 

After a long wait, two Chinese internationalized domain names have been accredited by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).

 

TLD Registry’s .在线 (Dot Chinese Online) and .中文网 (Dot Chinese Website) received the accreditation on February 10.

 

Chinese TLDs get Chinese approval - NiceNIC.NET

Chinese TLDs get Chinese approval - NiceNIC.NET

 

The accreditation means that Chinese residents can register the domain names and host them in mainland China. Previously, the domains could not be hosted in China. Chinese citizens must obtain an Internet Content Provider (ICP) license from MIIT in order to host the domains in China.

 

These two domain names jumped out to a quick start with the announcement in 2014 that the Chinese government purchased 20,000 of the domain names. Yet the domains have been somewhat idle for the past couple of years as TLD Registry waited for MIIT approval. This must have been particularly frustrating given the Chinese government’s initial registrations and the fact that the domain names are Chinese IDNs.

 

It appears that Top Level Design’s .Ink domain name has also received MIIT approval.

 

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Chinese buy another 200,000 .VIP domain names – NiceNIC.NET

Bulk orders boost .VIP top level domain name.

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MMX (Minds + Machines) reported today that it has received orders for 200,000 additional .VIP domain name registrations.

 

The sales will generate $1.3 million in income over the life of the contracts, and this dollar figure includes 61 names sold in eName’s recent auction.

 

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The deals seem to be structured for multiple years, as the company says the contracts “ensure high renewal rates for the new registrations.”

 

.VIP will have over 800,000 registrations once the domains are registered in the next week or so. This comes ahead of the first year anniversary of .VIP, when domains will be up for renewal.

 

MMX said it’s confident it will hit its goal of one million .VIP registrations by the end of 2017.

 

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Notification of NiceNIC.NET Revamp

Dear Valued Customer and Partner,
Thank you for your continuous support and encouragement to NiceNIC.NET in the past years!
Thank you for choosing NiceNIC.NET as your domain Registrar, hosting/server Provider and friend!
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To further improve user experience
To show our attitude in always putting the customer first
Also to stay competitive in the market
We decide to revamp the whole website of http://NiceNIC.NET again
And invest more efforts in enhancing customer’s sense of participation.
Some preparation work is right in the process
Our technical support team and our website design team are both working hard for all the goals!
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How A Chinese Website Helps You With Chinese Social Media Marketing – NiceNIC.NET

Sometimes marketing in China is no different to marketing anywhere else. Many of the same basic principles still apply. For instance, you want to be sure you’re covering all the bases, and giving your potential target market multiple ways to engage with you. You want to be undertaking a broad spectrum of marketing activities, and be visible on multiple platforms to maximise your exposure. A website may not count as social media, but when combined with it, it becomes a powerful marketing tool you cannot afford to be without.

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Here’s how a Chinese website is an essential part of your social media marketing in China:

 

Your Chinese social media marketing hub

 

Your social media profiles may have a lot of followers but you need the opportunity to convert them into paying customers and clients. To do that you need a chance to explain to them what you do and why they need it. Networks like Sina Weibo and Tencent Weibo aren’t the right places to do this. People don’t like being sold to on social media, but your website is the place that they would expect your sales messages and offers to be. Without a website, you could find it hard to convert your followers into customers.

 

Retain your followers

 

Your website completes your social media circle, ensuring you hold the interests of potential followers and customers for as long as possible. You don’t have space within each social media profile to link to all the other profiles that you have. By having all your social media accounts link to your website, and your website linked to all your social media accounts, you give potential users of huge number of options when it comes to finding out more about, and engaging with, your company. You can greatly increase the amount of time a visitor or follower spends learning about your company by giving them new avenues to explore.

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Demonstrate your brand presence

 

While it is true social media accounts can drive traffic back to your website, it is also true that the same happens in reverse. People may find you through search engines, if your Chinese SEO is good enough, and be interested by your website. You can then link people to your social media accounts, so they have a number of places to go if they want to get more information about you. Having a website with strong SEO gains you more exposure which can in turn lead to greater popularity for your social media accounts. Once someone has begun to follow or engage with you on social media, you have a greater chance of being able to convert them into a customer.

 

Social media marketing in China

 

NiceNIC.NET know how to find your target market. We can find out what platforms they are on, what they like to talk about, and how to engage them. Talk to us today about your Chinese social media marketing plans.

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Big Movement in China Upto 62% rise in domain market – NiceNIC.NET

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“Just got some positive news from China. All Chips from 6N.com to 4L.org are up considerably.
6n.com are 42% up in value
LLLL.org about 63% UP
LLLL.biz 25% UP
LLLL.net 19% UP

Finally, signs of Good Revival.

Let’s hope it continues for the next few days to get the investor confidence back and the momentum going.

… …

LLLL.com about 7% UP- 600 RMB UP today.
Current MRP: 9400 RMP

Time to Start Buying the chips. I think the market has bottomed out and we will see some good rally. Let’s hope for the best.

Cheers!

… …”

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Chinese Domain Market: Prices of domains with good meanings will not be affected – NiceNIC.NET

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“The domainer who has just sold the domain name DFP.com (East Wind Brand) for big six-digit price in CNY said that premium domains prices will not be affected by the market. Let’s look at some newly sold domain names below.
Father.com was sold for more than one million in CNY.

LMD.com (Folk Benefit Loan) was sold for 680k in CNY.

Nong.cc (Agriculture) was sold for a small six-digit price in CNY.

Youjidui.com (Guerrillas) was sold for a six-digit price in CNY.

Good meanings would add great value to the domain name. The domain names related to game, car, education and real estate will be more valuable. Here we have some veteran investors to share their opinions.

Zhenxuan Huang: I have been domaining for more than 10 years. The domain names with good meanings are never unsalable, and the ROI is stable. The key point is always about the quality. Not long ago I bought Daigou.com (procurement), QQB.com (QQ Coin), Digua.com (Sweet Potato), Huasheng.com (Peanut), Jiyou.com (Intimate) all receive good offers, but I am still waiting for better prices. 28.cn was bought in 2014, and the reward is good. The prices of premium domain names are expensive, but you will find the value later. I am confident about double pinyin related to industries and 3-letter chips .com domain names.

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Shenzhen Micro Angel Investor Xiang Gao: Premium domain names will shine like gold anyway. The end users will focus on the meaning while the speculators emphases on the looking.

Da Fei: I stand for this point. I am end-user oriented, and prefer value investment. The capital from the end users will only flow in for the valuable domain names, which pump money into the market for benign substantial circulation.

Xiangyong Chen: I was in for this statement, but viewing from the market performance now, I start to doubt it. Recently, even the transactions of the premium domain names are rare. So some premium domain name also will be affected by the market trend, only with better resistance. Actually all the domain names will be affected by the market, but whatever the market is, the premium ones are more advisable choices.

Xi Chen: The support of the domain names are from the meanings and the end users. Thus the investment shall focus on the premium ones. Only the premium could lead the trend. Off course the looking of the domain name is also important. A good looking domain name could attract you at the first glance.

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In a nutshell, most domainers agree that the premium domains are less affected by the market. Some people say that no matter what kind of domain name, they all will affected by the environment, but the premium ones will be more resistible than the average ones. The looking of the domain name will also be a factor that affects the price of the domain name.

The market is changeable and confusing. Everyone would have his own stand point and opinion towards the market. Everyone like domain names with good meanings and good looking. Will the prices of domains with good meaning be affected by the market trend? The answers vary from person to person.”

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