I have generated a computerized algorithm to shoot out the best auctions and drops for today. It’s a mathematical formula that I first wrote in Cobalt and then moved to Fortran and now tweaked it to run on the cloud. And I am lying. I look the damn list manually and pick out the names that I like. No computer is going to do that. All I need is a system like dropday to put in all the data and I can do the rest. It takes a while but I get better every year picking names that sell. Then I leave you the rest. Seriously, I leave out 1 maybe 2 a day at most. But you wouldn’t be interested anyway because most are plant names. You’ve already found my 5L names so now I even list those. Here are today’s names
FadedGlory.com 1996 Birthday. The name of the Jeans at Wal-Mart. I believe they come in only two sizes 28″ X 34″ and 52″ X 28″ Plenty of other uses though
AdvancedAir.com 1996 Birthday. I’ve seen two or three companies named Advanced Heating and Air
Klec.com Short and easy to misspell but still a decent name
BronxProperty.com The Bronx is now a hip place to live
LostKitten.com Sounds like a new Japanese clothing line No Bidders. At least there were no bidders
Sandusky.co This is too easy. I’ll just leave this here
SecondMortgage.me Super high paying keyword and dot me isn’t too bad of a fit here
TheWeave.com Hairshop, basket making, or basketball training site
PumpsForPools.com This has the keywords and your customers would remember it. Yours for $20
MassTransport.com Great name and I really don’t see a lot of action here. The first name of the Ford Fiesta due to the amazing amount of large people that drive it. It looks like they’re wearing their car.
Risr.com Some people think these kind of names are cool
PopSwap.com Not worth much but great sounding.
SearchAirlines.com Another cheap name but one that people would remember