Labeled as showcase in General Domain Discussion, started by Crypto King, Oct 17, 2018
Wolfwhistle . com I think is my favorite name I have owned it for 21 years. I would have more valuable but perhaps my favorite.
For me, I will say Zeit/org.
Zeit means Time in German
I think this is a nice name
Thanks. Now I'd probably have to go with either Sign dot com or Impress dot com.
another site i found is called MissGrass dot com so my fav now is:
I have a dozen great .coms but right now my fav is "USA.Estate"
For personal reasons my favorite domain is my first + last name as a .COM which my father actually registered for me shortly after I was born to ensure I would have my name.
I also own my first name as a .xyz
well i now have the top fav domain i have in hand bar none after 10 years of domaining, it wont get better any than this 1 for me i'm sure. btw 4 all you 5G contrarians, dig this!
I own my first name which is common as a .me
So like john.me
Not much commercial value, but I like.
I own my first name which is common as a .co
It's one of my favourite domain names
It's funny, I'd really struggle to sell my first name domain even if someone offered a large sum of money for it. I've had it for so long and it's just great having your first name in a common extension. I don't own any other .me domains, but it's just perfect for a name.
I did try and get my initials in a .co years ago, but the owner wanted silly money.
I know what you mean my friend. I also would want some serious cash to part with it now, especially as I use it for email etc.
I can only imagine that .CO first name domains and those in other half decent extensions are valued highly by their owners, especially .me because it reads so nicely. Firstname.me..... beautiful!
The .COMs for first names are ridiculously expensive, so making do with a mediocre extension is good enough for me cause it's my first name.
I posted it because it's true, but also for a laugh cause that's 3 posts about first name domains in this thread in the same format without revealing the name. I thought I'd continue the trend. Haha
Separate names with a comma.