Premium Domain Name

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If a domain names sells for greater than the registration cost, it is – by definition – premium.

If people attempt to sell it for greater than the registration cost then they are saying its premium but it isn’t if it doesn’t sell.

Mike Mann coined the phrase “premium domain,” as stated in his interview on

Also related: super premium domain name.

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