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What are your "catchiest" domains?

Labeled as discuss in Brandable Domain Discussion started by ThatNameGuy, Oct 2, 2019.

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  1. DANDANTHEDRIVINGMAN

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    GO2EV.COM
    1 Billion more evs= 100% ELECTRIC VEHICLES are now coming to planet 🌎 earth!
     
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  2. ThatNameGuy

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    I always liked "Lettuce" in place of "Letus" for a "catchy" domain, but Letus.Dance as a ngTLD is "catchy" as well:xf.smile:
     
  3. MA000

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    Letus.Dance is available for sale at sedo.com
    Send me some offers guys :D :D
     
  4. Joe Nichols

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    Rich, there are some free online logo-making tools that do a decent job. I've used logaster.com in the past, but there are others. Very little technical competence required! Some of them try to make you pay a fee before downloading the logos, but not all.
     
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    hack.codes
    psn.codes
    translate.tools
    gamer.bio
    movies.cheap
    buy.tours
    buy.codes
    sell.codes


    just a few of them.
     
  6. ThatNameGuy

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    Thanks...i'll check it out(y)
     
  7. Omer Doron

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    ToHost.com
    RGVA.com
    RGVT.com
     
  8. EssentialDomains.NET

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    betadummy.com
    impakteur.com
     
  9. Dooner888

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    Multiviz.com
    Alcoholofferz.com
    Danimix.com
    Pinnacleofdreams.com
    SextingX.com
    Sexbura.com
    FestiveLooks.com
    Scabon.com
     
  10. ThatNameGuy

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    Like your betadummy.com, sort of goes with my BeddingOdds.com. I just need Charlie Sheen of Two and a Half Men to star in a new show titled, "Bedding Odds":xf.wink:
     
  11. Elsupremo

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    If your hungry for catchy name's all plant based all .com name's:
    Plant based burritos
    Fast food
    Hamburgers
    Frozen foods
    Plants
    Chips
    Almond milk
    Biscuits
    Pancakes
    Poke
    Farms. And MORE
     
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  13. Tin Nguyen

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    Last edited: Oct 7, 2019
  14. Joe Nichols

    Joe Nichols Common sense consultant VIP

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    You own Plants.com, Chips.com, and Hamburgers.com?
     
  15. xr reality

    xr reality Top Member VIP

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    UnEasiest.com

    Snze.com

    Slze.com

    Frze.com

    Sqze.com
     
  16. ThatNameGuy

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    Now those are pretty cool "catchy". Snze for pharma/colds (i own Sneezeeze:xf.wink:) Slze (Sleeze?), Frze for frozen anything, Sqze for fresh squeezed lemons, oranges, or limes.

    Nice to meet you xr realty...i don't know why, but your Frze domain led to me registering GoGoGelato.com. It had been registered continually from 2004 to 2018, and I think it's pretty "catchy". Plus Gelato is finally catching on here in America. Every corner I rounded in Italy there was another Gelato stand/shop.

    I wonder if there are any culinary schools that specialize in Gelato?
     
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    AdminTuts.com
    GeekBurst.com
    TastyUX.com
     
  18. Plumey 27

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    Here's a few interesting ones - I don't know if they qualify as "catchy"?

    WaistOveralls.com - this is my favourite domain - Waist Overalls was the original name given to Levi Strauss Blue Jeans - it only changed to Jeans in the 1960's - I don't know why they never registered this domain?

    DoOz.com.au - a catchy name for travel site - Do Oz = slang for Do Australia.

    Ybinit.com - Why Bin It - catchy name for a recycle site.

    CUinNT - See You in NT - I live in the (NT) Northern Territory of Australia - this is a catchy and controversial name for a tourist site - there is already a similar and very successful business operating - CUintheNT
     
  19. ThatNameGuy

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    "Catchy" is in the eyes of the beholder....Ynot? I'm not so sure that at least 50% of all domains reg'd fall under the "catchy" category. Domains with double and triple entendre are "catchy" as are certain "innuendos". I just wish I had discovered this industry sooner:xf.frown:.
     
  20. bidigitals

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    Held WillYouAlwaysLove.me for a few years, just to be romantic.
    Other current faves picked up over the years:
    hookahs.work
    stoned.work
    wrecked.work (lolol)
    digestive.work
    breast.work
    oralgasms.com
    phuck.work
    phuxx.com
    womanly.work
    mommies.work

    partly because they're statements as well as domains, and designed to elicit smiles. Gobs of them.
    Good post, by the way. Thank you
     
  21. Zilla

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    if talking catchy name, how can miss cat?
     
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  22. ThatNameGuy

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    What's funny....your statement about domains making "statements" and "eliciting smiles" is a big reason why a lot of us are attracted to this industry. In that regard, domaining is just a hobby. I've named about 20 businesses in my lifetime, and a half dozen boats, and I can't tell you how much fun the "naming" part of all this really is. I live in Virginia where almost 20% of all cars have vanity license plates. What a blast it is to drive around our state, or just walk through a parking lot and see all the creativity.
     
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  25. Blitzpotz

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    Must catchy really be funny? I thought, amazing would be enough. I try:

    AugmentedHuman.de
    BavarianCostume.de
    BierToGo.de
    Blossom.me
    Catchista.com
    CatLeisure.com
    Chatathlon.com
    Dil*oGame.com (Sorry Ladies :shy: but I read that catchier people than me play this at custom parties)
    DogCurrency.com
    DumpWork.com
    FunnyHolo.com
    Gnome.club
    GuyJoe.com
    HellMe.com
    HowDance.com
    iHateSalad.com
    JoyDolls.com
    LOLgood.com
    Ship.Watch
    Silicon.si (Si is the symbol of the chemical element :ROFL:)
    SingNetworks.com
    Stress.rocks
    TrustYourJob.com
    vJoker.com
    and for a few fellow members with well educated horizon and fine humour
    Climatecalypse.com

    To post these names is real fun, cannot stop.
    If you like to dislike my sense of humour please click below.
     

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