Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion started by Avabelle, Aug 17, 2013.
Drones.eu.com Done a few outbounds nothing yet
I believe that once drone delivery properly takes off and becomes popular, demand for suitable drone domain names will increase dramatically.
Amazon and other companies will do whatever it takes to make it work due to the savings they will make on delivery costs and the increased convenience to its customers. It's just a matter of time.
Truth. Already getting inquiries for some drone future tech names from 'end users'.
After years of collecting, I'm taking offers for these & many others here.
One of the top drone domain portfolios around, in my biased opinion.
not my sale
It's for sale. Please PM me to inquire or send appropriate offers. Thanks!
Did not see this drone application coming... but Japanese overtime workers will hear it load and clear.
Japan’s government has been trying to change a culture in which working long hours is perceived as proof of loyalty and dedication. Well... there's a drone for that.
A company will soon charge employers $4,500 month for a drone service that forces workers to go home by hovering a drone over their heads and blasting the song ‘Auld Lang Syne’. Over and over.
(Can you hear worker's comp claims coming?... or is it just me?)
It's on a sedo with make offer (still trying to figure out what a realistic price is) for about a month, received some offerviews. I'm in such an early stage of my domaincarreer that offerviews alone give me reason to smile; at least someone noticing my stash (
for sale if anyone is interested
Not mine, saw it on DNJ
In the .UK variety (without spaces):
In the .com variety (without spaces)
(also Drone Insurance .shop & .store)
The way I see it...........it makes no sense at all to travel to a pharmacy to buy medication, when the medication can fly to your front doorstep in a few minutes.
Entertainment Drone(s) .com
I have skysquire.com which is suggestive of parcel delivery B2C Drone is not a keyword in this one. But it hints.
Separate names with a comma.