Short Domain Names For Sale


2016 - If you want to buy a valuable short domain name, so a 4-letter domain name or a 3-letter domain name, that can be used as a brand name, for your business or as an investment, then ShortDomainNamesForSale.com is the right marketplace. We specialize in short and unique 4-letter .com domains, although there are also some 3-letter domains for sale. (Some people refer to these short names as 3-character or 4-character domain names.) This site is not a domain name auction, but a domain market, where sellers and buyers of short domain names can meet. This means the buyer communicates directly with the seller of the domain. Short domain names for sale is proud to present the best available 4-letter domain names for sale.

Available 4-Letter Domain Names

A 4-letter domain name has a higher value than a longer name for several reasons. The short domain name will be easier to remember, which is of course very important. The more memorable, the better it is. Shorter domain names are also less prone to typing errors. And a very complicated or long domain makes it harder for people to have it shared on social media, or through word of mouth. And then there is the prestige thing that comes with 3-letter or 4-letter domain names. A web address that is short shows that the site has importance, or that it already exists for quite some time. A short domain name definitely makes a site look more credible.

The short 4-character or 3-character domain name is much more than just your address on the internet. The domain is your brand. It is how people refer to your product or service. The name appears in your ads, on your business cards, on your invoices, and your promotional material. And no business can do without brand building, which is probably the most important element of your online (and offline) marketing. Short domains are super powerful tools. And with the latest technologies, it is even possible to dial a domain name with a smartphone.

If a four character domain name can be pronounced, the value of it increases a lot. Four letter domains with interesting consonant/vowel combinations are even more valuable than a name that is a more difficult acronym. The number of pronounceable combinations of four or three letters is limited, which makes that the value of such a domain name is much higher, as you can see in the high record sales. If people can pronounce the name as a word, the price goes up.

Buy A Short Domain Name

In determining the value of a domain, the age of a domain is also a big factor. For obvious reasons older domains tend to rank much better in Google and other search engines. This means that older domains are worth much more than domains at a later date. With a three-letter of the four-letter domain, you are always sure that it was first registered long ago, so there you can't go wrong.

For Domainers, so people who treat domains as an investment, short domain names have a very high value. The online economy will only grow in years to come, but the number of short .com names will, of course, remain the same. The need for four or three character domain names will only increase. (That explains why in 2011 Facebook paid $ 8,500,000 for FB.com.) For every business, a short domain name is a sound investment. A 3 or 4-letter domain name is an asset.

It is all about: brand building possibilities, easy to remember, less prone to typos, much easier to share on social media, better for word of mouth, it sounds better in ads, easier to be dialed on smartphones, and of course, more prestige. Therefore, the shorter and less complicated the domain name is, the better.

When making an offer on a domain, please be serious. If you insult the seller, you may not even receive a reply or the seller of the domain may ban you from sending him new bids.


4-Character Domain Names

123A.com Premium Domain Bid Now
123D.com Premium Domain Bid Now
123N.com $ 700,000 Sold: 2015
123P.com Premium Domain Bid Now
123S.com Premium Domain Bid Now
123X.com Premium Domain Bid Now
ADIB.com $ 117,000 Sold: 2013
ADSS.com $ 61,600 Sold: 2011
AHHA.com $ 112,000 Sold: 2012
AILI.com $ 90,000 Sold: 2012
AMRA.com $ 127,500 Sold: 2015
ARAB.com $ 225,000 Sold: 2004
AURA.com $ 175,000 Sold: 2014
BAJA.com $ 95,500 Sold: 2007
BALD.com $ 400,000 Sold: 2007
BASE.com $ 110,012 Sold: 2006
BAUW.com Bid Now
BDSM.com $ 295,000 Sold: 2007
BEEF.com $ 150,000 Sold: 2004
BEEM.com $ 136,000 Sold: 2010
BEER.com $ 7,000,000 Sold: 2004
BIBA.com $ 70,602 Sold: 2012
BIKE.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2006
BIRD.com $ 200,000 Sold: 2005
BLOW.com $ 80,000 Sold: 2014
BLUE.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2006
BODY.com $ 400,000 Sold: 2009
BOHE.com $ 85,000 Sold: 2012
BOLT.com $ 125,581 Sold: 2012
BOOB.com $ 80,000 Sold: 2007
BRAX.com $ 80,000 Sold: 2009
BTCC.com $ 58,000 Sold: 2015
BULK.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2007
CAFE.com $ 300,000 Sold: 2006
CALL.com $ 1,100,000 Sold: 2009
CAMP.com $ 150,000 Sold: 2006
CARS.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2003
CHOP.com $ 60,000 Sold: 2011
COPY.com $ 101,300 Sold: 2011
CRAB.com $ 92,000 Sold: 2008
CROW.com $ 48,300 Sold: 2007
CUTE.com $ 230,000 Sold: 2014
CUTY.com Bid Now
DAUM.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2014
DDOS.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2014
DECO.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2013
DENG.com $ 65,000 Sold: 2012
DIJT.com Bid Now
DIRT.com $ 100,010 Sold: 2010
DOCK.com $ 70,000 Sold: 2007
DOOR.com $ 65,000 Sold: 2007
DORA.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2006
DOTS.com $ 325,000 Sold: 2014
DSAA.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2011
DUBT.com Bid Now
DUDU.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2012
DULD.com Bid Now
DUWT.com Bid Now
DVDS.com $ 300,000 Sold: 2008
EBET.com $ 1,350,000 Sold: 2013
EGGS.com $ 112,500 Sold: 2008
EGJE.com Bid Now
ETFS.com $ 95,000 Sold: 2010
EX22.com Bid Now
EXAM.com $ 75,000 Sold: 2008
EXJE.com Bid Now
FACT.com $ 67,000 Sold: 2007
FARM.com $ 200,000 Sold: 2006
FBET.com $ 54,500 Sold: 2015
FENG.com $ 250,000 Sold: 2012
FERN.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2008
FIJK.com Bid Now
FIJL.com Bid Now
FIKT.com Bid Now
FIND.com $ 1,200,000 Sold: 2004
FISH.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2005
FOBO.com $ 57,500 Sold: 2012
FOKT.com Bid Now
FORK.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2013
FUIM.com Bid Now
FUND.com $ 9,999,950 Sold: 2008
FUTR.com $ 58,000 Sold: 2014
GANG.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2015
GAYS.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2006
GEKT.com Bid Now
GIJL.com Bid Now
GIJN.com Bid Now
GIJP.com Bid Now
GIVE.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2015
GNOK.com Bid Now
GRID.com $ 275,000 Sold: 2011
GUMT.com Bid Now
GUSP.com Bid Now
HEKT.com Bid Now
HEUE.com Bid Now
HIJG.com Bid Now
HIQL.com Bid Now
HOAX.com $ 70,000 Sold: 2008
HOOK.com $ 67,000 Sold: 2006
HOOQ.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2015
HUGE.com $ 106,050 Sold: 2006
HUIF.com Bid Now
HUKT.com Bid Now
HUWT.com Bid Now
IDOL.com $ 154,800 Sold: 2010
IGEN.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2008
IJKE.com Bid Now
IJKT.com Bid Now
IJLE.com Bid Now
IJLT.com $ 115,000 Bid Now
IJZE.com Bid Now
INDI.com $ 115,000 Sold: 2012
INFI.com $ 57,500 Sold: 2006
IPAL.com $ 59,000 Sold: 2009
ISDB.com $ 53,500 Sold: 2010
JAIL.com $ 111,100 Sold: 2006
JAKE.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2008
JANE.com $ 60,000 Sold: 2012
JEAN.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2014
JETS.com $ 375,000 Sold: 2009
JIJN.com Bid Now
JIJT.com Bid Now
JOBS.com $ 800,000 Sold: 2003
JOSB.com $ 400,000 [Developed]
JUFS.com Bid Now
KARI.com $ 63,000 Sold: 2011
KEFT.com Bid Now
KEGT.com Bid Now
KIEV.com $ 88,000 Sold: 2010
KIJF.com Bid Now
KIJL.com Bid Now
KIJT.com Bid Now
KING.com $ 155,000 Sold: 2005
KIUR.com Bid Now
KLIJ.com Bid Now
KLUW.com Bid Now
KOKO.com $ 100,440 Sold: 2014
KOKT.com Bid Now
KRUL.com Bid Now
KUUT.com Bid Now
LAND.com $ 850,000 Sold: 2015
LAON.com $ 500,249 Sold: 2007
LAZY.com $ 152,501 Sold: 2007
LEAN.com $ 52,500 Sold: 2011
LEKT.com Bid Now
LELA.com $ 100,463 Sold: 2011
LIAN.com $ 220,950 Sold: 2016
LIAO.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2014
LIJD.com Bid Now
LINE.com $ 118,000 Sold: 2012
LIPS.com $ 135,000 Sold: 2007
LOCO.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2006
LOGO.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2010
LOOK.com $ 400,000 Sold: 2011
LOTO.com $ 91,331 Sold: 2008
LTTP.com Bid Now
LUBT.com Bid Now
LUCK.com $ 675,000 Sold: 2009
LUIM.com Bid Now
LUIP.com Bid Now
LUUR.com Bid Now
LUWT.com Bid Now
LUXE.com $ 172,000 Sold: 2015
MAAC.com $ 63,000 Sold: 2011
MACA.com $ 150,000 Sold: 2014
MACY.com $ 75,000 Sold: 2015
MADE.com $ 130,000 Sold: 2009
MEKT.com Bid Now
MERA.com $ 132,500 Sold: 2015
MGTV.com $ 130,000 Sold: 2015
MIJG.com Bid Now
MIJT.com Bid Now
MIND.com $ 172,000 Sold: 2011
MITV.com $ 75,000 Sold: 2015
MITV.com $ 75,000 Sold: 2014
MIZU.com $ 90,000 Sold: 2012
MOJO.com $ 300,000 Sold: 2013
MOKA.com $ 72,223 Sold: 2007
MOKI.com $ 66,100 Sold: 2014
MOMS.com $ 252,000 Sold: 2013
MSIG.com $ 55,000 Sold: 2011
MUIK.com Bid Now
MUIM.com Bid Now
NEWY.com $ 66,000 Sold: 2015
NEWY.com $ 66,000 Sold: 2015
NIJF.com Bid Now
NIJP.com Bid Now
NOTE.com $ 115,000 Sold: 2007
NOVA.com $ 105,000 Sold: 2014
NUMI.com $ 75,000 Sold: 2013
NVGR.com Bid Now
OEFE.com Bid Now
OLED.com $ 56,100 Sold: 2015
OOFT.com Bid Now
OOGT.com Bid Now
OOMI.com $ 130,650 Sold: 2015
ORFT.com Bid Now
OSJE.com Bid Now
PART.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2007
PEKT.com Bid Now
PENG.com $ 80,000 Sold: 2014
PEPE.com $ 61,200 Sold: 2010
PIJK.com Bid Now
PIPI.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2009
PORN.com $ 9,500,000 Sold: 2007
PUIM.com Bid Now
PUSH.com $ 125,000 Sold: 2003
PUSS.com $ 71,458 Sold: 2007
QIKU.com $ 80,000 Sold: 2013
QTTP.com Bid Now
RIBT.com Bid Now
RIDE.com $ 325,000 Sold: 2013
RIJG.com Bid Now
RIVA.com $ 200,000 Sold: 2008
ROCK.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2000
RUGT.com Bid Now
RUIE.com Bid Now
RUKT.com Bid Now
RUWT.com Bid Now
S69X.com Bid Now
SAME.com $ 233,333 Sold: 2015
SAWS.com $ 52,000 Sold: 2009
SHEN.com $ 125,000 Sold: 2013
SHOP.com $ 3,500,000 Sold: 2003
SJEK.com Bid Now
SJEU.com Bid Now
SLIJ.com Bid Now
SLUW.com Bid Now
SOFA.com $ 200,000 Sold: 2005
SOFT.com $ 364,000 Sold: 2015
SOLO.com $ 133,000 Sold: 2011
SPUW.com Bid Now
SUDI.com $ 52,000 Sold: 2012
SUMO.com $ 150,000 Sold: 2008
SWAG.com $ 120,000 Sold: 2011
SYLT.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2011
TALK.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2007
TEAM.com $ 300,000 Sold: 2007
TEES.com $ 252,500 Sold: 2008
TELL.com $ 400,000 Sold: 2008
TEXT.com $ 300,000 Sold: 2007
THIN.com $ 200,000 Sold: 2008
TIJG.com Bid Now
TIJK.com Bid Now
TIJT.com Bid Now
TJAP.com Bid Now
TJIK.com Bid Now
TJIR.com Bid Now
TORC.com $ 68,000 Sold: 2012
TOYS.com $ 5,100,000 Sold: 2009
TREK.com $ 245,000 Sold: 2013
TRUE.com $ 350,000 Sold: 2014
TUKT.com Bid Now
TULP.com Bid Now
TUUB.com Bid Now
TVUS.com Bid Now
UILT.com Bid Now
UNET.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2008
UNIT.com $ 115,000 Sold: 2013
UTJE.com Bid Now
UURT.com Bid Now
UWER.com Bid Now
VEIE.com Bid Now
VIDA.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2008
VIDA.com $ 70,000 Sold: 2008
VIIA.com $ 58,000 Sold: 2011
VIJL.com Bid Now
VLET.com Bid Now
VLIJ.com Bid Now
VOOI.com Bid Now
VOTE.com $ 250,000 Sold: 2003
VSAT.com $ 61,600 Sold: 2010
VUIG.com Bid Now
VUIL.com Bid Now
WEHR.com $ 73,700 Sold: 2010
WERK.com $ 250,000 Sold: 2015
WHIB.com $ 48,600 Sold: 2010
WIFE.com $ 100,000 Sold: 2009
WIFI.com $ 225,000 Sold: 2006
WIND.com $ 80,000 Sold: 2007
WINE.com $ 3,300,000 Sold: 2003
XIAN.com $ 83,500 Sold: 2008
XIAO.com $ 97,857 Sold: 2014
XMAS.com $ 294,200 Sold: 2007
XOUT.com $ 55,000 Sold: 2011
ZAKT.com Bid Now
ZEAL.com $ 50,000 Sold: 2009
ZEGT.com Bid Now
ZERO.com $ 330,000 Sold: 2010
ZHOU.com $ 113,530 Sold: 2015
ZIJD.com Bid Now
ZIJE.com Bid Now
ZIJG.com Bid Now
ZIJT.com Bid Now
ZOOX.com
$ 70,000 Sold: 2015
ZUWE.com Bid Now
ZWIL.com Bid Now


3-Character Domain Names

100.com $ 950,000 Sold: 2014
114.com $ 2,100,000 Sold: #2014
1TO.com Premium Domain Bid Now
345.com $ 800,000 Sold: 2015
358.com $ 480,000 Sold: 2015
360.com $ 17,000,000 Sold: 2015
588.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2015
688.com $ 1,500,000 Sold: 2015
899.com $ 801,000 Sold: 2015
ACT.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2003
BIZ.com $ 625,000 Sold: 2000
BOX.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2011
BTC.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2014
FIX.com $ 850,000 Sold: #2008
FLY.com $ 1,760,000 Sold: 2009
GUY.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: #2010
HOT.com $ 850,000 Sold: #2006
IPO.com $ 500,000 Sold: 2010
IRS.com $ 12,500,000 Sold: 2007
MEN.com $ 1,320,000 Sold: 2000
QNB.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2014
S-X.com Premium Domain Bid Now
SEO.com $ 5,000,000 Sold: 2007
SEX.com $ 13,000,000 Sold: 2010
SKY.com $ 1,000,000 Sold: 2003
TOM.com $ 2,500,000 Sold: 1999
UZE.com Premium Domain Bid Now
VIP.com $ 1,400,000 Sold: 2003
WAN.com
$ 800,000 Sold: 2014
ZAS.com Premium Domain Bid Now
ZIP.com $ 1,058,830 Sold: 2010


Buy A Short Domain Name

When you come to an agreement with the seller of a short domain name, the transfer of the name will be done through a safe and official escrow service. If you have questions about the sale of 4- or 3-characters domain names, please feel free to contact us.


Short .com Domain Names

Picking the right domain name is an important step in developing a new business. Choose the right one and you could end up with a household name. Choose the wrong name and your business could end up fizzling fast. Domain Name valuation has always been a tricky task, and it's amazing to see the vast differences in valuations suggested from one source to another. Short, sweet, and catchy domain names are of course very often taken. If it makes sense to include a number somewhere in the name of the attention-grabbing website you're setting up, you can break into the four-letter walled garden. Or... you spend more on a short domain name that is still for sale.

This said, 4-5 character domains are unique in that they can be valued somewhat more accurately, due to three very important features, which include:

- their length
- their character composition
- their comparable recent sales information data

This website can help entrepreneurs to discover pronounceable, and available short .com domain names that they can brand mark for their business. For businesses organization of all sizes, picking the right domain name can feel as challenging. Coming up with a company name, that can also be a domain name, can be very difficult. Always remember that your domain name must be you. Make it recognizable, easy to remember and to pronounce, conspicuous, and of course a proud representation of you and your brand.

A domain name is the way how your website will be known online, no matter what sort of website you'll have. It is the exceptional address of your Website and it will be yours as long as you keep paying the low yearly charge ($10 - $15) for a short .com domain. It is all about: brand building, conceivable possibilities, being easy to remember, less prone to typos, less inclined to errors, much simpler to share on social media, better for verbal use, sounding better in ads, easier to be dialed on smartphones, and of course, telegraphing more prestige. Therefore, the shorter and less complicated the domain name is, the better. Users who know your domain, technically referred to as a URL (uniform resource locator) can simply type it in their browser's address bar, and be taken there. Others will be able to discover your blog through search engines such as Google and Bing.

Make it easy to type

If you have to spell out your domain name more than once before it is understood, then it probably won't work. Keep the name simple to remember and easy to enter in an address bar or search field. 
Why is simplicity important? Because you don't want your future visitors to incorrectly type in your domain name and be directed to a different website. A classic example is the popular social media website, Flickr.com. Four years after the start, the company had to acquire Flicker.com for a large sum of money, in order to grab and redirect the many visitors who misspelled their name. If you're really determined to have that oddly spelled name, make sure common misspellings are also available, so that you can register these variations and redirect visitors to the main domain.

Be memorable

There are many enrolled registered domain names, so having a domain that’s catchy and memorable is essential. Once you've thought of a name, check it with companions and with close friends to make sure that it sounds appealing and makes sense to others.

Shorter is always better

The shorter the better. If you can't get your domain name down to one memorable word (almost impossible to come by these days), then consider adding one or maximum two more words. Combinations of two words work great for the memorable names, but it is not as ideal as a 4-letter domain name.

If you can't afford a short name that makes sense, having relevant keywords in a domain name can be beneficial, because the domain name is the text that other Internet users will use as anchor text when linking. Since keywords in anchor text are an important ranking factor, having these keywords in a domain name may have a positive impact on ranking. In recent years Google has made several changes that have de-prioritized sites with keyword-rich domains, that aren't otherwise high-quality. Having a keyword in your domain name can still be beneficial, but it can also lead to a possible negative ranking effect from search engines, so tread it carefully.

It's not surprising that shorter domain names are easier to remember, easier to type and far less susceptible to mistakes. In determining the value of a domain, the age of a domain is also a big factor. For obvious reasons older domains tend to rank much better in Google and the other search engines. This means that older domains are worth much more than domain names that were registered at a later date. With a three-letter or a four-letter domain, you are always sure that it was first registered long ago, so there you can't go wrong. Others argue that a longer domain name is usually easier on the human memory. They claim that a sequence of unrelated letters is difficult to remember and type correctly, whereas if we expand it to its long form, we are more likely to remember the domain name. So if you go for a short name, make sure that it is not complicated.

Act fast

Domain names sell rapidly. Purchase your favorite domain names as soon as possible, because prices will only get higher. Remember that it is all about: brand building conceivable possibilities, easy to remember, being less prone to typos, less inclined to errors, much simpler to share on social media, being better for verbal, sounding better in commercials, easier to be dialed on smartphones, and of course, communicating more prestige.



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