Domain Buying and Selling in the Chinese Domain Market with Kassey Lee

The Chinese Domain Market is likely to be daunting or mysterious to understand, to say the least, especially if the only information consumed is Western-based domain investing.

Since entering into domain investing in late 2012, I’ve stumbled upon sites — 4.cn and ename.com — dedicated to domain buying and selling in China.

Personally, I’ve never quite understood the ins and outs of domain buying and selling in the Chinese Domain Market in great clarity, if any at all, even after making 2 4-figure sales during the 4L .com craze, as known as the Chinese domain bubble.

No need to fear though if you too are in the dark about understanding the Chinese domain market.

Today’s podcast guest removes all mystery pertaining to domain buying and selling in the Chinese Domain Market.

Domain Buying and Selling in the Chinese Domain Market with Kassey LeeMost of his domain commentary can be read via LinkedIn, DomainNameWire.com, and TLDInvestors.com.

Born in Hong Kong, China and having worked in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and now living in New Zealand, Kassey Lee — Domain Writer, Domain Investor, and Founder of GrandSeeds.com — is uniquely positioned discuss the inner workings of the Chinese Domain Market.

Even more impressive is that Kassey is quite fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, and English.

During this episode, Kassey and I discuss many topics (see list below) throughout our deep dive into the Chinese Domain Market:

  • Present and future domain trends in China
  • Popular extensions in Chinese domain market
  • Explaining pinyin and numeric domains
  • Best tools and resources to discover Chinese domain buyers and sellers
  • How to best translate and negotiate domain agreement
  • and much more…

Kassey has opened my eyes and mind with sound, insightful advice should we ever find ourselves in the midst of buying and selling domains to China-based domain investors.

Simply press play and allow your education in the buying and selling of domains in the Chinese domain market begin. Enjoy!

 

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Written by Alvin Brown
He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable digital strategies for greater commerce.