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As you know that "i" and "e" prefixes are very popular BUT which one is better?.

For example:.

How much do you think and could value for?.

As I know that sold for $750K..


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I personally like the I better, just sold for $75,000..

Comment #1

It shows BuyDomains in the whois, is it still in escrow ?

Comment #2

To me it depends on the name, as in what fits the name best, 'i' or 'e'.

Like ebooks obviously fits the letter 'e' like a glove, and ifly obviously suits the letter 'i'.

To me it depends on the name, as in what fits the name best, 'i' or 'e'.

Like ebooks obviously fits the letter 'e' like a glove, and ifly obviously suits the letter 'i'.

That said, the majority of the time 'i' plus keyword suits the best..

Comment #3

'e' has been around longer, and is kinda seen as out of style now. Of course, like mentioned before, words like eBooks will never go away.

With the iPod, 'i' is the new kid on the block and will be more popular for some time to come.

In short: 'i' is fresher than 'e'..

Comment #4

Personally, I like both. Some people like the "e" prefix better as it's more established while some like "i" better thinking it's more modern. If you can get both of them, I'd get them both...

Comment #5

I think "e" is generally better than "i".

High priced "e" domains are sold for x,xxx,xxx and sold for xxx,xxx...

Comment #6

I like e better than i. I don't really have a whole bunch of reasons and values, etc. I just think e sounds better than i.

I does not come before e, especially after c...

Comment #7

Exactly the point I was going to make.

Things that were formed long ago like e-mail or e-books will not go away, but the newer trend certainly seems to be the "i" prefix...

Comment #8

"i" is the modern way, "e" sounds old fashioned now IMO..

Comment #9

I think the "i" is better for interactive, mobile or international words.





The "e" goes better with "electronic" words.




Efax namenut..

Comment #10

I see it like yilduz, like e better..

But seeing "e sounds..." mentioned 2 times, what do you say to

Comment #11

It depends on the context ( iads or iadvt ( internet advertising) sounds better) but on the other hand estore is better than istore...

Comment #12

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