Labeled as showcase in Niche Domain Discussion, started by bobbarato, Feb 2, 2018
financé.com not really a French word but if you take put the first n you'll understand. )
It is a real French word, it simply means financed. But does not render as good as in English.
The problem is that there is no market for IDNs.
Wow that's good to know! I guess idns aren't the thing as of now but how else are you going to get ömg.com if it wasn't an idn, omg just doesen't look as good as ömg eyes and mouth wide open. There are billions of cats in this world and only one cat.com that's not even used to monetize cats. The only real rival would be cät.com with the image of a cat in the word which I believe would be so easy to brand monetize.
I just did a google translate and apparently it means funded . .
In US English OMG also stands for "Oh My God!" Which is more of a pop culture phrase rather than a religious one and would be a higher priced LLL.com.
"OMG! You own omg.com?!"
Yes I have ömg.com but not omg.com which is owned by yahoo.
Conciergerie.fr sold for $9,274 on sedo
Noms.net (means "Names")
Just scooped some great ones (IMO), cashing in on the huge increase in organic living in France (I visit frequently):
"bébébiologique.com" - English equivallent, 'organicbaby.com', sold for $168,000 in 2016, (I also own 'bebebiologique.com', bit easier type in but not 'gramtically' correct).
Let me know what you think!
monsieur //.// info
câble.com + câbles.com
chaîne.com + chaînes.com
câble.com = previously sold for 3k$+ at sedo.com
développementdurable.com = previously sold for 7k$+ at sedo.com
chaîne.com = we recieved and declined many 500$+ offers at dan.com LanderPage
Separate names with a comma.