As you know most the single charter .com are reserved by the registry and do not or have ever resolved.
However that doesn’t stop a lot of people from typing in those address into their broswer every month.
Take for example e.com.
According to Compete.com 55K people a month visit the non-existant domain. Alexa ranks the site as 111,000 on the net.
F.com is not far behind with 33,000 visitors a month estimated by Compete and an Alexa ranking of 175,000.
12,000 people visit 1.com a month and 18,000 check out 5.com.
If you take into account all of the reserved single character .com’s hundreds of thousands of people type these into their browser a month, although no site has ever existed under them.
How do we know all of the traffic is type in?
They are not ranked by the search engines and have never been in use and have no links of any kind.
If you want to prove there is a huge amount of natural type in traffic coming in on great domains look no further than to check out the traffic on the domains that don’t exist.