Another so so day of names but getting a little better. Namejet is holding the list back with its weaker than normal choices. They traditionally have the strongest group but like everything good, has to take a breather every once in a while. In the “obvious” category, yesterday Apple brought out yet another amazing piece of electronics with the iPad4G. It’s just enough to make you want it. They even moved the high end price to $899 and people don’t care. Printing money. Now on to today’s names.
MWFA.com Great letters and the old “A” ending that I love
Calculation.org Mortgage and loan calculators are big origination sources. Could do the same with this.
RakeItIn.com A term for bringing in the cash. The kind of name that sells for a lot of money and you don’t know why but then you look and Paramount has some new movie coming out and they wanted the name. Then again, maybe I daydream too much
LaFin.com I think it means “Fighting Chicken” in French. The End. 12 years old
SpringBreakPackages.com Great travel name. The problem with Spring Break for me was when I was in college I didn’t have the money and now that I have the money I look like a creepo on Spring Break. Last year was VERY awkward. Valuate.com has this at $3600
ProBackup.com Backup in this case stands for the backing up the Brinks truck to pay for this domain.
Appartment.net I don’t normally do typos but this word seems to get more than most.
ZenBox.com For a mere $1300 this box is all yours.
Themeswarehouse.com Decent name for a wordpress theme sales site.
Regularity.com Valuated at $11K, the $1000 starting bid seems pretty good to me. And we all know the importance of regularity. So do few big pharm companies.