The bizarre things people search for! 4 Letter Domain Price Guide!
Jan 24

This is the sale many LLLL.com investors have been waiting for! The domain sold at Sedo auction today and is a domain that can headline four letter domain sales and prove their real worth. Having checked the Oxford dictionary, ’Tees’ isn’t actually a word but simply the name of a river in England.

“A river, about 113 km (70 mi) long, of northeast England flowing generally east to the North Sea.”

However, ‘Tee’ is a dictionary word and this domain represents the plural of any of the following:

  • The letter ‘T’
  • Something shaped like a ‘T’
  • Sports & Games: A mark aimed at in certain games, such as curling or quoits.
  • A small peg with a concave top for holding a golf ball for an initial drive.
  • A device used to stand a football on end for a kickoff.

The list goes on, and of course the term ‘Tees’ also refers to T-Shirts for which this domain no doubt will be used for as its archive history shows us that since 1999 the name has been used for websites related to T-Shirts. It also has an Alexa rank of 951,626, is a PR4 and has plenty of backlinks.

An excellent sale for the four letter domain market I’m sure you’ll agree!

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3 Responses to “TEES.com sells for $252,500!”

  1. Nicholas Says:

    Dictionary or not, people recognize what it is and though it’s informal and a slang it’s a good one for typing. Typing in the extra dash in T-shirts is a chore for most people. Even for touch typists… I for one can type very fast but hate the way my pinky finger has to extend all the way to get the dash, and can cause errors. Talking of which, all letters are strategically located so they can be typed from one hand.

    But regardless, it’s a great 4-letter domain, and more than being short and its many intrinsic domaining qualities (CVVC! Repeating vowels! all premium! etc. etc.), it’s totally brandable, based on a slang for something everyone loves.

    A domainer’s wet dream, next only in beauty to the likes of AZ.com, and well worth the price. ;-)

  2. Richard Says:

    All very good points Nicolas… have to say though i’d take ‘x.com’ over anything!

    Rich :)

  3. Nicholas Says:

    Absolutely.. by then the entire environment would have totally changed and with it the metrics used to valuate them.

    It may be a hard argument though if you were to choose between x.com and the liquidity of a business.com or sex.com, the latter two of which have real proven value while the likes of x.com still dormant.. although it would stand to argue that that may also mean they might sell for even more one day.

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