28 Jan '16, 5pm

@MehmetAliATLI bu ikisi var:

Yeah. Google is great, but even with my few years of learning Mandarin I noticed translations can come out funny. So i wouldn't suggest anyone to market the domain (as a certain meaning) unless you know for sure it is translated correctly... as it could have a great meaning (there is so many chinese characters that can be combined into great words, phrases or sentences), but if your marketing a poor translation it will make you look uneducated. Another tip though is to just turn on the pinyin keyboard (I'm on a mac, not sure on a pc but i know there is free software). When I'm inputing pinyin it just pops up with the available characters for me to use. Almost like a "predictive text". If you don't know Chinese (which honestly one of the hardest languages i have ever attempted to learn) then adding that keyboard, along with using google could increase your chances of a bett...

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