I’m filling in for Shane today as he is dealing with some personal issues. I’m sure he will update everyone as soon as he is back writing the list. For now, please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers (if praying is something you do).
Shane and I were discussing alright.com which was in the NamesCon Europe auction Thursday morning. We both loved the name, but decided not to bid on it, because the correct way to type the phrase is all right. I consider myself to be an excellent speller and a stickler for proper spelling, but I don’t think I’ve ever typed the word alright as all right, and I don’t remember ever seeing it that way. To me, “all right” is saying “all of this is correct”, and “alright” is saying “ok”. I don’t know… I still love the name. Do any of you spell it “all right”?
Other Names at Auction
TrickPoker.com sounds like one of those HD slot games
jamville.com I immediately think of a music festival. It has the added benefit of there being a hip hop artist of the same name.
jreit.com Japanese real estate investing
decapitate.com a one-worder with 40 bidders. I have no clue who the end user of this name would be.
RecruitingHQ.com head hunting is big business
Microbrewery.com what a great name. of course, no one is going to name their business microbrewery, but it sure would be epic to be the only one to own the domain. reserve is also low.
Replicate.com lots of uses for this name in tech and science
Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids
AquaFood.com huge business in seafood farming
NameZilla.com fits nicely with this industry
CityRetreat.com a nice place to relax in the city
hopsters.com there is a brewery with this name
EZGoal.com sounds like an app for goal setting / tracking
Crypto4.com crypto making a recent comeback
Fullman.com a last name or a freezer aisle microwave food platter
iSkins.com design / sell skins for things
UnitedMediaGroup.com three strong words jammed together coherently
FileProtector.com protects files – security software, backup software, cloud app
SecurityEurope.com that is a large customer base
BeautynHealth.com two big categories, but I don’t really like the n for and thing
BakerShop.com smells delicious
KayakAngler.com 164 million results when you search Google for kayak fishing
PartyPhone.com I don’t know what you do with this one, but it seems like it should be worth something
RiskClub.com investment club
AmericanTeacher.com teach English online (yes, I know you don’t have to be American to teach English)
BestAvailable.com nice review site name
ReplicaFurniture.com seemed like fraud until I read this on Wikipedia (The replica furniture industry developed in the mid-2000s as a means to legally reproduce furniture designs which no longer held valid copyright protection.)
WineMood.com nice wine bar name
oaoh.com a few 4L’s
Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids
AdShift.com ad serving technology
CoxPhotography.com someone will definitely want this – the question is how much they will pay
LegendaryTravel.com make your own legends
EarthZoo.com hmm, maybe the Earth is one large zoo
PMPConsultant.com there are several of these, and they are paid very well
Chauffeuse.com a real word that means female chauffeur – I had no idea
DisciplineFitness.com fitness does take discipline
FireFTP.com if you know what this is and ever used it and are angry at Firefox for killing your ability to use it, here is a tip: you can still use it if you install Waterfox.
TinyHouseRealty.com I wonder how tiny the commissions are
ShipLounge.com a bar with a boat theme
IranSafari.com I have no plans to go to Iran anytime soon, but they do have safaris
PulsePLC.com PLC in UK is similar to LLC in USA
TodaysMedicine.com sounds like a medical journal to me
InsideCommerce.com nice brand for a financial company
SouthernStudios.com a studio in the southern part of somewhere
TheHolePackage.com would be a great name for golf vacations
ComicDr.com I was thinking comedy school of some sort, but there is already a comic doctor that repairs damaged comic books
WestCoastSigns.com any sign company on the west coast – there are a lot of them
RoundEarther.com thought this one was pretty funny
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