You ever worked with a company that your truly enjoyed working with because of the people but then the people go out and form their own company? I always find it tough because I wish the new company well but don’t want to upset the original company that I’ve been working with for years. It’s like when your best friend breaks up with a girl your really thought was great. You want to continue to be her friend but it’s your best friend so it’s a conflict of interest. I had that recently happen with the employees of a jewelry store. I’m friends with the owner and then his employees went and formed their own company. I like both but I’d hate to cheat on my friend because he’s been so good to me. I always resolve it by making sure I dance with the one that brought me. That is as long as they want to dance with me. Here are today’s names.
JointVenture.net Ends today. Because sometimes it’s better to join with someone that an add value to what you are trying to attempt.
XEC.com Even with an X at the front will still probably hit 4K
YourHoroscope.com Been up for auction a million times. A decent name but let’s hope the owner dropped the reserve to a reasonable number this time
Musiq.com A PR4. A huge brand and wouldn’t be surprised to see this hit 5 figures.
YRV.com Remember, most of the world doesn’t speak English so letters you think are bad may not be bad to others
CarCalculator.com 16 years old. Sold for $3500 plus in 2008. A very high CPC to boot
WantedGear.com I’m sure there are other people like me that when they get their Outside magazine the first thing they turn to is the gear section. No bidders
TheKeywords.com What many people are still searching for
InstantWill.com No bidders. Plenty of search results for people looking for online willmakers
Licence.org Wait…that’s not how you spell license. Says the American. All other English countries spell it with a C. Australian Drivers Licence, English Hunting Licence. We Americans just changed things to make it match how we pronounce it.
TheOctagon.com As good of a MMA name as you can have
TrainingExpert.com Not sure what they are going to train them in but evidently they are the expert in it
YouDontKnowShit.com What a great email. Worth $69 just to fire off a few fun emails
WhoIsName.com Solid Whois site name No bidders
FruitBeers.com Seems like everyone has a fruit beer now
HuNing.com Just buy it. Chinese names have to pay off. They’re making 100 million customers a year
CAX Domain Deal of the Day
Requested.info No reserve auction. Name fits the dot info well. Buy it and Flippa it
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