I recently found this post posted by WhoAPI in 2013 and as you scroll down, at the bottom you'll find a section talking a part about letters in the domain:
It goes so far that there is a general consensus among domainers, and letter frequency statistics also indicate, that there are premium letters, average letters, and bad letters.
Premium letters: a b c d e f g h i l m n o p r s t
Average letters: j k u v w
Bad letters: q x y z
With this paragraph above in mind, does it still work for a 5 letter .com domain?
Someone has told me that if the
z is in a dictionary word (e.g.
zero(.)com) it'll still be valuable, but how about it's in a abbreviation (e.g.
John and David's Technology discussing zone ->
So will a 5 letter domain which is a abbreviation of a long word worth it to register and use as your own domain?
P.S. I'm not buying to sell, I'm buying for own use.