FQR.org

$2,288.00

FQR.org is for sale

What We Offer :

Full ownership of the Domain Name
High Quality Logo Design
24 hours Domain Push

Details :

  • Registrar : GoDaddy
  • Expires : 02-Jun-19
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Description

This is a web domain name in 2H.net 2 letters domains NOT a physical product, which is registered at GoDaddy. Upon purchase, we will push this domain to your GoDaddy account within 24 hours of payment. See Domain Transfer for more details.

FQR.org Domains name exclusively listed for sale

Domain Transfer

The domain will be pushed within 24 Hours of payment. To push the domain please enclose or send your Following details.

  • GoDaddy username or customer ID
  • The email address that is associated with your GoDaddy account.

Feedback

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Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction and five-star feedback. If for any reason you don’t feel you can give us positive feedback or a 5-star DSR score (Detailed Seller Rating), let us know. We will do whatever we can to right the situation.

FAQ

How do you register a 2 letter domain?

People try to buy a domain which represents the country. It is also small and easy to remember domain extensions. After all these years from creation the Internet idea and the domain name system, you still have a chance to register 2 letter domain name to start your new idea or project.
I know why some people try seeking to register 2 letter domain name and for different reasons and I think have a little bit of it, the short name means with 1 or 2 letter users didn’t forget it easily. Such example like 2H.net
A good to give a high impression and you can be a domain service provider for your users and I still remember about the first developer from Vietnam give users free subdomains under his short domain name with the first level.

2 letter domain registration is easy:

Country Code Top Level Domains such as .us, .ca, .uk, .in, .ir .nz, and .de will significantly affect the ranking of a site among the national search results unless the user searches internationally. Of much greater significance is however the detected language and character set of the site’s content, to which the domain points to.

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After all these years from creation the Internet idea and the domain name system you still have a chance to register 2 letter domain name to start your new idea or project and I know why some people try seeking to register 2 letter domain name and for different reasons and I think have a little bit of it, the short name means with 1 or 2 letter users didn’t forget it easily, good to give a high impression and you can be a domain service provider for your users and I still remember about the first developer from Vietnam give users free subdomains under his short domain name with the first level .CC anyway I will share some of the short two-character domain names and still available:

See more at 2 letter domain names to register it still available

you can search on google about all top-level domain than getting the website of the registrar to search about your 2 letters but before you search on the registrar website read terms to know you can register a domain or not.

I hope this will helps to find the cheapest and best domain registrars and you will get the domain name which you required from them.

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