Labeled as available in Available Domain Names, started by postscripter, Feb 3, 2020
L A J I J . C O M
works best for a lipstick brand, or maybe it is just the color I am using
l e n u z . c o m
waiting for the next
you've just saved this thread from closing.
I was testing if there were enough interest, like if anyone would notice if I stop.
Will keep posting every Tuesday, stay tuned. and please check my domain portfolio if interested in any please let me know.
Where're you ?
b o w i j . c o m
n i b a f . c o m
Kudos to you
I'll follow this
another Tuesday another domain name for grab
the domain is hidden in this message. find it.
d u l u f . c o m
Do you want me to reveal it?
I've spent 30 minutes and still counting, yet I have not seen it.
Let me still try
Good job, it's up to you.
I shall leave it for now and build the suspense.
I'm a newbie and I have spent so much time to look for it and it seems like a no go area for me.
Who can give me the link to read about how to come up with five letters word? I will be grateful. And if their is any link you think will be good for me, you can share.
revealing the hidden domain name in my weekly post:
d u l u f . c o m
Still available for handreg
I found Rabth.com
How is that possible...there's only one U and no L in your cryptic message...oh I see...you used the magic invisible letters...now it makes sense...I need to lie down now
no hidden messages today will make it easy and simple, copy, paste, reg:
another one exceptionally this week, but please please check my auction for timin.gs
v u n u k.com
I'm sorry to ask. How can I learn how to find good five letters word like yours. Do I need to know something? Or what do I need to read? Or I should just follow my gut?
Check out www.expireddomains.net. Search for deleted .com names and play with the filters.
The most useful one for this would be the "Domain Name Pattern" filter. Next to "Whitelist" enter one or both of the following:
Where "C" is consonant and "V" is vowel.
Play with the patterns to get different results, since lots of them could be "pronounceable" like CVVCV, CVCVV, CCVCV, etc.
Edit: Just be cautious in which names you buy. There's a reason why these names are still available to register.
5L names aren't good or likely to sell just because you can pronounce them. There are a lot of factors that can go into making a 5L name a good investment, and even then it's like owning a lottery ticket.
Thank you for sharing this tip. Used it and acquired Qabab dot com (Which is the right spelling used for Kebab in Asian countries such as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh)
Separate names with a comma.