How Much Should I Spend On A Domain?

Michael Gargiulo - CEO, VPN.com

By: Michael Gargiulo, CEO at VPN.com

Updated: 4:59 PM ET Tue, October 5th 2021

Laptop on a home office desk with the word 'BUDGET' on the screen. Concept for a domain name budget

When asking yourself, “how much should I spend on a domain?” it might seem easy to assume that you can pick up a cheap domain and go from there. However, your domain name isn’t just a way for customers to get to your website — it’s one of your first chances to make a great first impression. A clunky domain name could drive away customers, defeating the purpose of buying a domain altogether. In other words, be prepared to spend a little money when you purchase your domain.

What Makes The Right Domain Name So Important?

Some domain names cost hundreds or thousands of dollars to own each year. Even a domain name that costs $50 a year might be too expensive when you factor in the rest of your business costs. For this reason, many people assume that they can settle for a cheap domain name like “cool-candles-in-ohio.net.” If you’re giving customers a business card with your URL on it, they’ll remember your domain name anyway. Why spend extra money when you can own a URL for two dollars or less per month?

Well, there’s a reason why domains like “cats.com” are practically impossible to buy and others like “cats.online” cost thousands of dollars. The shortest and most memorable domains get the most traffic. Many people stumble upon these websites just by aimlessly typing URLs in the search box. Longer domain names might be more affordable, but they’re also less memorable, which can turn off customers right away. How can someone visit your website if they don’t remember the domain name?

You probably won’t be able to score a domain like “candles.com,” but you can purchase a simple yet memorable domain that customers remember offhand. This increases your traffic and makes it easier for people around the web to find your website. As a result, you’ll enjoy increased sales and conversions that give you a return on your investment.

Here’s a few other reasons why you should go with a premium domain:

  • Clear URLs look much more professional and show visitors that you take your business seriously. While a domain like “cathysgifts566.websitebuilder.com” suggests that you only launched a website to get it over with, a crisp domain like “cathysgifts.com” makes a stellar first impression.
  • If you don’t buy the domain that you want now, someone else could snatch it up later. You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a domain that you might not use, but you don’t want to start with “ohiocandles456.com” and not be able to buy “ohiocandles.com” when you’re ready for a clearer domain name.
  • Short URLs are easier to promote than long, clunky ones. You can easily print the domain on business cards, letters, envelopes, stationery, and other promotional items without worrying that it won’t fit on the page.
  • Visitors are more likely to share your website with others if they can send their friends and family members a clean, memorable domain. A clunky domain is easier to forget or misspell.
  • To an extent, your domain name could help you rank higher in the search engine results. Including a popular keyword in the domain — as well as other parts of the website — might boost your website’s relevancy.
  • A clean URL boosts your business’s credibility. People might be reluctant to buy a product or service from your website if the URL looks shady. Illegitimate businesses often have strange URLs with misspellings, hyphens or numbers attached to the end.
  • An increasing number of people browse the web through their smartphones or tablets instead of desktop computers. You might be able to type a complicated URL with a physical keyboard, but it’s much harder to type with a touchscreen keyboard, especially if the URL has special characters or symbols. This turns off visitors who prefer mobile shopping.

Overall, the right domain name can drive a large percentage of traffic to your website. Many people click on websites just because the domain looks credible.

How Do I Choose A Domain?

When you select your domain, try to make it as simple as possible. If possible, use your business name as the URL. You could also try a basic word or phrase, but these domains are usually off the market or sell for thousands of dollars per year. You might not be able to buy “flowers.com,” but you could secure a similar URL like “cathysflowers.com.”

Even if it reduces the price of your URL, never add special characters like hyphens. The majority of websites don’t include them. If your domain has strange characters in the URL, your website will stand out–and not in a good way. People might question whether your business is legitimate because you didn’t buy a “regular” URL. These domains are also harder to type, especially on smartphone keyboards. Stick with letters, and include numbers only if absolutely necessary.

You should also consider the top-level domain (TLD) that you want for your website. The TLD is the tag that appears at the end of the URL, like .com or .org. Since .com is the most popular and recognizable URL in the world, you might want to search for affordable .com URLs. Regardless of your actual TLD, many people will type in “cathysflowers.com” anyway because that’s what they’re familiar with.

However, using a different TLD won’t necessarily drive people away from your website. If the .com domain is too expensive, you could buy the same domain with a different TLD for a fraction of the cost. Many modern TLDs like .tech and .services actually tell the visitor a little about the business before they visit the website. While .com domain names might be ideal, other TLDs are usually a single word or acronym that doesn’t make the domain too hard to remember.

Essentially, remember these tips before you start searching for a domain name:

  • Keep it simple.
  • Use your name or business name.
  • Look for .com domain names, but don’t assume that they’re your only option.
  • Stick to letters only.

Finally, don’t assume that your journey is over if you can’t find the domain that you’re looking for. Try different words and phrases that still convey the same meaning. Many people have to try a few different domain names before they find a simple name that they can afford.

Additional Tips For Buying The Right Domain

As well as the basic guidelines, keep these tips in mind when you choose a domain:

  • Make sure that you don’t buy a domain with a name that’s already legally trademarked. Otherwise, the owner could sue you for copyright infringement.
  • Don’t include slang in your domain. Slang that might be popular today could be irrelevant in a few months, making your business look dated and out-of-touch.
  • Check out competitors’ websites, and see what makes their domain names effective. You might also get ideas for keywords or terms that you could include in your domain.
  • Use free online tools to view the history of your domain. While the domain might be for sale now, that doesn’t mean that someone else didn’t own it at some point. Check out the history to make sure that you’re not buying a domain with a bad reputation.
  • Don’t be afraid to check out different sellers. You might find the same URLs on multiple websites, but that doesn’t mean that they have the same price or offer the same features. Some sellers even offer website builders along with their domains.
  • Make sure your domain is also available on social media websites like Twitter and Instagram. If you can afford it, your domain and social media handles should be the same for customer convenience. Having different handles makes your social media harder to find.

So, How Much Should I Pay For A Domain Name?

At the end of the day, your budget determines how much to pay for a domain name. If you can spare a few hundred dollars, a high-end domain name could give your business an extra boost of professionalism. This increases your traffic, encourages positive word-of-mouth and gives you an edge over the competition. You could easily recoup your investment and make more profits that take your business even higher.

However, if you’re working on a budget, an affordable domain name allows you to launch your business as soon as possible and start gaining a customer base. You can upgrade to a better domain name later if someone else doesn’t claim it. You don’t want to settle for a cheap, clunky URL, but you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars just to say that you own a popular domain. Focus on more practical business expenses, like hiring a web designer and getting your products ready.

Overall, be prepared to spend a little more than you bargained for. When you settle for the cheapest domain on the market, you’re also settling for a domain that’s challenging to find and remember. You don’t need to blow your entire budget on the domain, but don’t underestimate how much the URL alone drives business.

What About Multiple Domains?

It might seem hard to believe after you’ve just bought your first domain, but you might want to invest in multiple domain names. In fact, you might want to buy misspellings of your domain name. Some people could mistype your URL and end up on a different site altogether. They might also see an error page, leading them to assume that your website isn’t active.

You can’t account for every possible misspelling, but you could buy some of the most common domains and redirect them to your website. For example, if a customer accidentally types “cathiesgifts.com,” the domain will redirect them to “cathysgifts.com”–your original website. You could also buy different TLDs like “cathysgifts.net” and “cathysgifts.biz.”

You might also want to buy multiple domains just to protect your branding. If someone else buys the domain “cathysgifts.biz” and opens a completely new business, people might get the two businesses confused. This could affect your reputation if the other business has a history of disappointing its customers. Buying multiple domains could protect your company and prevent any future conflicts.

Can I Invest In Domain Names?

Some people take a completely different approach when they buy domains. Instead of launching a business, they buy domains that might be popular in the future, then plan to sell them for a profit. Domain names like lasvegas.com and carinsurance.com have sold for millions of dollars, making people wonder if they should invest in a domain that might be popular later.

Unfortunately, most of the obvious domain names are taken. Some lead to an actual website, while others are simply a placeholder that someone snatched in the early days of the Internet. You could try to make an offer if you have a million dollars sitting around, but if you have that much money in the bank, you’re probably not buying domain names.

However, you could invest in a cheaper domain name that might be popular later. Some modern TLDs like .service and .app come with single-word domains that you could buy and potentially sell for a profit. There’s no guarantee that you’ll make money on your investment, but if the domain name costs less than $50 a year, you might decide to buy the domain just to see what happens.

The Final Verdict

Be prepared to spend a little more for your domain name — but don’t force yourself to go overboard. The cheapest domain names are often so hard to remember that they’re barely worth registering. Make some room in your budget for a memorable domain name, but don’t blow your entire budget. We recommend 50% of your annual marketing budget as a good starting point for a one-time domain purchase.

The domain name might not seem important, but it’s the first thing that customers see when they type it into the URL box. Your business needs a crisp, professional domain that lets them know that they’re in for a great user experience. You might not be able to snag your first choice, but experiment with words, names and TLDs until you find a domain that works for your business.

Ultimately, a good domain name is worth the investment. Customers will take your website more seriously, which leads to more sales in return.

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North America Domains

Country

Bermuda

Canada
Greenland
Mexico
Saint Pierre
United States

Domain
.bm
.ca
.gl
.com.mx, .mx
.pm
.us, .com
Language
English
French, English
Greenlandic
Spanish
French
English
Capital
Hamilton
Ottawa
Nuuk
Mexico City
Saint-Pierre
Washington D.C.
Pop.
62,278
37,742,154
56,770
128,932,753
5,794
331,002,651

Africa Domains

Country

Algeria

Angola
Antarctica
Benin
Botswana
Burkina
Burundi
Cameroon
Cape Verde
Central African Republic
Chad
Cote D'Ivoire
Dem. Congo
Djibouti
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Gabon
Ghana
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Kenya
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mali
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mayotte
Morocco
Mozambique
Namibia
Niger
Nigeria
Congo
Reunion Island
Rwanda
Sao Tome
Senegal
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Africa
St. Helena
Sudan
Tanzania
The Gambia
Togo
Tunisia
Uganda
Zambia
Zimbabwe
South Sudan
Domain Extension
.dz
.co.ao
.aq
.bj
.bw
.bf
.bi
.cm
.cv
.cf
.td
.ci
.cd
.dj
.com.eg, .eg
.gq
.ga
.com.gh
.com.gn
.gw
.ke
.co.ls, .ls
.com.lr
.ly
.mg
.mw
.ml
.mr
.mu
.yt
.co.ma, .ma
.co.mz
.na
.ne
.ng
.cg
.re
.rw
.st
.sn
.sc
.sl
.so
.co.za
.sh
.sd
.co.tz
.gm
.tg
.com.tn, .tn
.com.ug, .ug
.com.zm
.co.zw
.com.ss
Language
Arabic
Portuguese
Russian, English
French
English
French
French, English, Kirundi
French, English
Portuguese, Creole
Sango, French
French, Arabic
French
French
Arabic, French
Arabic
Spanish, French, Portuguese
French
English
French
Portuguese
Swahili, English
Southern Sotho, English
English
Arabic
Malagasy, French
English
French
Arabic
Mauritian Creole
French
Arabic
Portuguese
English
French
English
French
Reunion French Creole
Kinyarwanda, English, French
Portuguese
French
English, Seselwa, French
English
Somali
Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English
English
Arabic, English
Swahili, English
English
French
Arabic
Swahili, English
English
Shona, Ndebele, English
English
Capital
Algiers
Luanda
N/A
Porto-Novo
Gaborone
Ouagadougou
Gitega
Yaoundé
Praia
Bangui
N'Djamena
Yamoussoukro
Kinshasa
Djibouti
Cairo
Malabo
Libreville
Accra
Conakry
Bissau
Nairobi
Maseru
Monrovia
Tripoli
Antananarivo
Lilongwe
Bamako
Nouakchott
Port Louis
Mamoudzou
Rabat
Maputo
Windhoek
Niamey
Abuja
Brazzaville
Saint-Denis
Kigali
São Tomé
Dakar
Victoria
Freetown
Mogadishu
Cape Town
Jamestown
Khartoum
Dodoma
Banjul
Lomé
Tunis
Kampala
Lusaka
Harare
Juba
Pop.
43,851,044
32,866,272
4,490
12,123,200
2,351,627
20,903,273
11,890,784
26,545,863
561,198
4,829,767
16,425,864
26,378,274
89,561,403
988,000
102,334,404
1,402,985
2,225,734
31,072,940
13,132,795
1,968,001
53,771,296
2,142,249
5,057,681
6,871,292
27,691,018
19,129,952
20,250,833
4,649,658
1,271,768
272,815
36,910,560
31,255,435
2,540,905
24,206,644
206,139,589
5,518,087
895,312
12,952,218
219,159
16,743,927
98,347
7,976,983
15,893,222
59,308,690
6,077
43,849,260
59,734,218
2,416,668
8,278,724
11,818,619
45,741,007
18,383,955
14,862,924
11,193,725

Asia Domains

Country

Afghanistan

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Bhutan
British Indian Ocean Territory
Brunei
Cambodia
China
Christmas Island
Georgia
Guam
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Japan
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Macao
Malaysia
Maldives
Mongolia
Myanmar
Nepal
Niue
Pakistan
Palestine
Philippines
Singapore
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Thailand
Timor Leste
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
Vietnam
Domain
.af
.am
.az
.com.bd
.bt
.io
.com.bn
.com.kh
.cn, .com.cn
.cx
.com.ge, .ge
.com.gu
.com.hk, .hk
.co.in, .in
.co.id, .id
.jp
.kz
.kg
.la
.mo
.com.my, .my
.mv
.mn
.com.mm
.com.np
.nu
.pk
.com.ps, .ps
.ph
.com.sg, .sg
.com.kr, .kr
.lk
.com.tw, .tw
.com.tj, .tj
.co.th
.tl
.tm
.uz
.com.vn
Language
Pashto, Dari
Armenian
Azerbaijani
Bengali
Dzongkha
English
Malay
Khmer
Mandarin
English
Georgian
Chamorro, English
Cantonese, Mandarin, English
Hindi, English
Indonesian
Japanese
Kazakh, Russian
Kyrgyz, Russian
Lao
Cantonese, Portuguese
Malay
Dhivehi
Mongolian
Burmese
Nepali
Niue, English
Urdu, English
Arabic
Filipino, English
Malay, Tamil, English, Mandarin
Korean
Sinhala, Tamil
Mandarin
Tajiki
Thai
Portuguese, Tetun
Turkmen
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Capital
Kabul
Yerevan
Baku
Dhaka
Thimphu
Camp Justice
Bandar Seri Begawan
Phnom Penh
Beijing
Flying Fish Cove
Tbilisi
Hagåtña
City of Victoria
New Delhi
Jakarta
Tokyo
Nur-Sultan
Bishkek
Vientiane
Macao
Kuala Lumpur
Malé
Ulaanbaatar
Naypyitaw
Kathmandu
Alofi
Islamabad
Ramallah, East Jerusalem
Manila
Pulau Ujong
Seoul
Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
Taipei
Dushanbe
Bangkok
Dili
Ashgabat
Tashkent
Hanoi
Pop.
38,928,346
2,963,243
10,139,177
164,689,383
771,608
3,000
437,479
16,718,965
1,439,323,776
1,843
3,989,167
168,775
7,496,981
1,380,004,385
273,523,615
126,476,461
18,776,707
6,524,195
7,275,560
649,335
32,365,999
540,544
3,278,290
54,409,800
29,136,808
1,626
220,892,340
5,101,414
109,581,078
5,850,342
51,269,185
21,413,249
23,816,775
9,537,645
69,799,978
1,318,445
6,031,200
33,469,203
97,338,579

Caribbean Domains

Country

Anguilla

Antigua
Aruba
Bahamas
Barbados
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Curacao
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Haiti
Jamaica
Martinique
Montserrat
Puerto Rico
Saint Lucia
Sint Maarten
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos
U.S. Virgin Islands
Domain Extension
.ai
.ag
.aw
.bs
.bb
.vg
.com.ky, .ky
.com.cw, .cw
.dm
.do
.gd
.gp
.ht
.com.jm
.mq
.ms
.com.pr, .pr
.lc
.sx
.kn
.com.vc, .vc
.tt
.tc
.com.vi, .vi
Language
English
English
Dutch, Papiamento
English
English
English
English
Dutch, English, Papiamento
English
Spanish
English
French
Haitian Creole, French
English
French
English
Spanish, English
English
Dutch, English
English
English
English
English
English
Capital
The Valley
Saint John's
Oranjestad
Nassau
Bridgetown
Road Town
George Town
Willemstad
Roseau
Santo Domingo
Saint George's
Basse-Terre
Port-au-Prince
Kingston
Fort-de-France
Plymouth, Brades
San Juan
Castries
Philipsburg
Basseterre, Charlestown
Kingstown
Port of Spain
Cockburn Town
Charlotte Amalie
Pop.
15,003
97,929
106,766
393,244
287,375
30,231
65,722
164,093
71,986
10,847,910
112,523
400,124
11,402,528
2,961,167
375,265
4,992
2,860,853
183,627
42,876
53,199
110,940
1,399,488
38,717
104,425

Central America Domains

Country

Belize

Costa Rica
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama
Domain
.bz
.cr
.com.sv, .sv
.com.gt, .gt
.hn
.com.ni, .ni
.pa
Language
English
Spanish
Spanish
Spanish
Spanish
Spanish
Spanish
Capital
Belmopan
San José
San Salvador
Guatemala City
Tegucigalpa
Managua
Panama City
Pop.
397,628
5,094,118
6,486,205
17,915,568
9,904,607
6,624,554
4,314,767

Europe Domains

Country

Aland Islands

Albania
Ascension Island
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Faroe Island
Finland
France
Germany
Gibraltar
Greece
Guernsey
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Isle of Man
Italy
Jersey
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Malta
Moldova
Monaco
Montenegro
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
San Marino
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Domain Extension
.ax
.al
.ac
.at
.by
.be
.ba
.bg
.hr
.cy
.co.cz, .cz
.dk
.ee
.fo
.fi
.fr
.de
.gi
.com.gr, .gr
.gg
.hu
.is
.ie
.im
.it
.je
.lv
.li
.lt
.lu
.mk
.com.mt, .mt
.md
.mc
.me
.nl
.no
.com.pl, .pl
.pt
.ro
.com.ru, .ru
.sm
.co.rs, .rs
.sk
.si
.com.es, .es
.se
.ch
.com.ua, .ua
.co.uk, .uk
Language
Swedish
Albanian
English
German
Belarusian, Russian
Dutch, German, French
Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Bulgarian
Croatian
Greek, Turkish
Czech
Danish
Estonian
Faroese, Danish
Finnish, Swedish
French
German
English
Greek
English
Hungarian
Icelandic
Irish, English
Manx, English
Italian
French, English
Latvian
German
Lithuanian
Luxembourgish, German, French
Macedonian, Albanian
Maltese, English
Romanian
French
Montenegrin
Dutch
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
Russian
Italian
Serbian
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish
German, Romansh, French, Italian
Ukrainian
English
Capital
Mariehamn
Tirana
Georgetown
Vienna
Minsk
Brussels
Sarajevo
Sofia
Zagreb
Nicosia
Prague
Copenhagen
Tallinn
Tórshavn
Helsinki
Paris
Berlin
Gibraltar
Athens
Saint Peter Port
Budapest
Reykjavík
Dublin
Douglas
Rome
Saint Hellier
Riga
Vaduz
Vilnius
Luxembourg
Skopje
Valletta
Chișinău
Monaco
Podgorica
Amsterdam
Oslo
Warsaw
Lisbon
Bucharest
Moscow
San Marino
Belgrade
Bratislava
Ljubljana
Madrid
Stockholm
Bern
Kyiv
London
Pop.
29,900
2,877,797
7,915
9,006,398
9,449,323
11,589,623
3,280,819
6,948,445
4,105,267
1,207,359
10,708,981
5,792,202
1,326,535
52,934
5,540,720
65,273,511
83,783,942
33,691
10,423,054
63,000
9,660,351
341,243
4,937,786
85,033
60,461,826
173,863
1,886,198
38,128
2,722,289
625,978
2,083,374
441,543
4,033,963
39,242
628,066
17,134,872
5,421,241
37,846,611
10,196,709
19,237,691
145,934,462
33,931
8,737,371
5,459,642
2,078,938
46,754,778
10,099,265
8,654,622
43,733,762
67,886,011

Middle East Domains

Country

Arab Emirates

Bahrain
Iraq
Israel
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Yemen
Turkey
Domain
.ae
.bh
.iq
.co.il
.jo
.com.kw
.com.lb
.com.com, .om
.qa
.com.sa, .sa
.com.ye
.com.tr
Language
Arabic
Arabic
Kurdish, Arabic
Hebrew
Arabic
Arabic
Arabic
Arabic
Arabic
Arabic
Arabic
Turkish
Capital
Abu Dhabi
Manama
Baghdad
Jerusalem
Amman
Kuwait City
Beirut
Muscat
Doha
Riyadh
Sana'a
Ankara
Pop.
9,890,402
1,701,575
40,222,493
8,655,535
10,203,134
4,270,571
6,825,445
5,106,626
2,881,053
34,813,871
29,825,964
84,339,067

Oceania Domains

Country

American Samoa

Australia
Cocos Islands
Cook Islands
Fiji
French Polynesia
Heard and McDonald Islands
Kiribati
Mariana
Micronesia
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Language
Samoan, English
English
English
Rarotongan, English
Fijian, English, Fiji Hindi
French
English
Kiribati, English
Chamorro, Carolinian, English
English
Nauruan, English
French
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English, Norfuk
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English
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English
Tokelauan, English
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French, English, Bislama
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Pago Pago
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N/A
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544
17,564
896,445
280,908
0
119,449
57,559
548,914
10,824
285,498
4,822,233
1,748
18,094
50
198,414
686,884
1,357
105,695
11,792
307,145
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Spanish
Spanish
Spanish
English
French
English
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English
Dutch
Spanish
Spanish
Capital
Buenos Aires
La Paz, Sucre
Brasilia
Santiago
Bogotá
Quito
Stanley
Cayenne
Georgetown
Asunción
Lima
King Edward Point
Paramaribo
Montevideo
Caracas
Pop.
45,195,774
11,673,021
212,559,417
19,116,201
50,882,891
17,643,054
3,480
298,682
786,552
7,132,538
32,971,854
0
586,632
3,473,730
28,435,940
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