Discussion in 'Available Domain Names' started by NameClerk.com, Feb 7, 2006.
Grabbed valideals, thanks
@NameClerk.com - You still never cease to amaze me!
"I believe bacon crust is the probably the best invention in the world, next to the remote control"!
said the new owner of bacon crust/com
BagCritic.com - high-end handbag review site
CroakAtHome.com - maybe it's my twisted sense of humor but this one made me laugh!
PawnDefense.com - chess tip site or anti-pawn website
Amazing stuff.. Thanks so much @NameClerk.com
Your lists are really good
I registered the following names. All .com
BoxStitch - Solid brand name in arts/crafts genre
HowToCharm - instructional, digital goods, self-help
2/22/2017 All available for hand registration. Comments encouraged!
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* I post these lists for informational purposes and because I enjoy doing it. Domains make my list by simply catching my eye. Please don't interpret the lists as a recommendation to buy. Do your research, including trademark searches before spending your hard earned money. Feel free to comment on any of the domains included in the lists.
It's been a while since I last registered a name from your lists but you know I am an avid reader.
I just registered WornTech.com, sounds like a great name for wearable electronics
And wearabletech is taken in many extensions.
I also like FlameKey.com but I don't have any precise ideas in mind for this one.
VegasWars.com is good name deal to pick!
TollFly - money collection.
Thanks for the new list. I've never been much of a keyword domainer (am mostly a liquid guy) and have a lot to learn still. A few of my 'almost grabs' that i liked:
Mobilevity (bit of a portmanteau with mobile and levity. In the end I didnt feel levity fit the word 'mobile', though)
Mcmerchant (master card merchant. Also a last name)
Sterena (pretty first name. Also could be used for a sterile hospice product or service)
Whisperium (a defunct band)
Worntech (fav on list but talked myself out of it when i saw woretech.com also available)
Errandshop (errandstore could be potential buyer)
Thanks for the list Bill!
Didn't reg anything today but I noticed a lot of names with potential.
Sterena looks like a nice catch.
Picked up ThetaMax.com - to be honest, no idea why I like it so much. Just enjoyed the way it sounded. Turns out, "Theta" has relations to astronomy, chemistry, and computer science algorithms.
WartKiller would make a good site and name for a product to get ride of warts.
CashOutIra.com has some potential, although I didn't take it.
Lots of guys with self directed IRA's did "creative" deals that are now beginning to be a problem. The game goes like this. I use my self directed IRA to buy a lot you own in a resort area. I pay cash and we both know the price is wildly inflated. Sometime later your IRA buys a lot different lot from me. Also for cash and with an inflated price. In effect we have both borrowed a ton of cash from our IRAs.
Twenty or thirty years go by and we both hit the age where we have to start making withdrawals from our IRAs. Unfortunately, there is no cash in the IRA and the land still isn't worth anything and can't be sold.
That makes for an ugly situation since taxes on the withdrawals have to be paid in cash.
Lots of guys are getting desperate for creative solutions for Cashing Out Their IRAs
This one caught my eye too. Then I read your post. Not only is it a catchy brandable but also got an idea for a quick interactive site. So I reg'd it. Thanks @NameClerk.com
I did grab that one.
GripHoists.com + LinkSquared.com + StrapUps.com as well.
Sounded familiar to me and I'm realizing now that I might have been channeling BetaMax when it caught my eye. For you young people, Beta lost out to VHS and failed to become the standard in home video media around 35 years ago.
Which is exactly why I didnt want it ☺️
No wonder it sounded familiar! I like it even more now.
thetamax has potentials, the only thing is theta isn't a very popular (mainstream) word. But that may be an advantage instead of a disadvantage.
Agreed, and after buying it I did some research (totally backwards, but I went with my gut) - turns out "Theta" gets 110,000 searches a month at $0.58 CPC (KWFinder.com) and there are virtual reality products that use "Theta" in them. Could be something, likely just a small passive sale over time, but hey - why not.
Ricoh, a Japanese company, also use word "theta" as their 360camera product...
Hello Ali, had never used (KWFinder.com) looks great thanks for sharing
Yup, that's the one.
Just stumbled upon it the other day - much better than SEMRush & Google Keyword Planner (since they now show averages)
Looks really perfect with that column of averages. Definitely will work for me other than Google keyword planner
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