Your question was: I got a domain in godaddy.now I have configured my mx record in godaddy.my mx recordsare mail1,mail2?.
They are premiums but not nice ones. Especially J, not many people like it but is still classed as premium for some unknown reason...
Shouldn't have edited your post.
It showed that you STILL have "your own guide" which means you are STILL thinking for yourself......
I guess It is NOT "thinking for myself"..
Given a pool of similar names to register with limited choices, I am sure the ones that you chose will be different from mine. 'Cos we all have one own guide within ourselves. How the guide is based only you yourself know.
Peace. forgot to add..
I also believe that all letters are "premium".including q and z , etc..
All letters are NOT premium.
Why do I think so?.
A letter's quality depends on it's usage, and how many end users are available who might be interested in the name. Look up a list of Fortune 500 companies. A very large proportion of them (I think 70-80 odd) have names beginning with A - which makes A a very desirable letter because it increases the probability that some large company might buy the name off you for a large amount.
Not many companies have names beginning with Z or Y. This reduces your probability of selling to an end user. Hence these aren't premium letters...
Most people here in NP say "J" isnt premium..
Different people have different opinions of what is premium. And no need to force your opinion on others.
For me, what can sell is premium. Period.
Sell means selling to end users, not trading between domainers...
If "J" is premium, it is one of the least premium of the bunch...
Premium is whatever the markets demand the most of for a particular context (usually acronyms or "initialisms" for LLL & LLLL though "premium" would likely be different for LLLL.de or LLLL.cn etc).
From the 1990 us census -> http://www.census.gov/genealogy/names/names_files.html.
About 3% of (USA) last names begin with J (think "Jones", "Johnson", etc) ... Also close to 3% begin with F, but less than begin with J - for whatever that's worth ... both a bit less than "average" but respectable in that dimension. (J ranks 12th, F ranks 14th).
Compare with 'H' (ranks 5th) well over 6% of US last names begin with H (at least the ones that were recorded in the 1990 census data, some likely sample bias there but could be that a similar bias is also reflected in people likely to form corporations / buy HostGator names based on their own initials).
But remember this is just one dimension for estimating "pool of potential buyers" - if looking at acronyms rather than "initialisms" then need to tally dictionary words ... This needs some more careful analysis as well - for instance, there are a lot of "words" apparently beginning with 'u' by virtue of the prefix "un" ... (though 'u' is not considered a premium letter in most contexts anyway, just an example of why one should take a closer look at what is actually behind the numbers).
Many more useful points of view discussed in this earlier thread -> http://www.namepros.com/domain-name-...rs-please.html..
Premium Letters - ABCDEFGHILMNOPRST.
Bad Letters - JKUVW.
Very Bad Letters - QXYZ..