Showing posts with label $10000. Show all posts
Showing posts with label $10000. Show all posts

Thursday, July 10, 2014 -- Xeart -- Xeart

Where there is love, there is life.
– Mahatma Gandhi

Ghandhi’s quote says it all: the world revolves around love.
Without love, the world would be a dim place, indeed.
So much has been written about love, both positive and negative.
Certainly, the road to love is often fraught with obstacles and opposing forces, creating a need for intermediaries and gathering places for lonely people in search of romance. could be developed into a dating site, a physical place for singles to meet, or a lovelorn column for an expert in all things love.
Pronounced “zart,” this is purely a visual term, so this name would be best used in visual media. To that end, we have created a logo that emphasizes the “X.”
Quick searches on and do not return any official trademarks on this term.

Price: Negotiation (opening offer = $10,000)
Negotiated price includes domain and logo. is for sale through Go Daddy.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 and – Xlert and Exlert -- Xlert
___________ -- Exlert

Distrust and caution are the parents of security.
– Benjamin Franklin

This Xlert/Exlert twofer offers your business the opportunity of having and eating your brand cake.
The sweet, short, and cool brandable “Xlert” (5 letters) can represent your primary company while (6 letters) can be redirected to, your main portal.
You might ask, “Why would I need Why not just”
Here’s why: When you advertize your business on the radio or speak your company name over the telephone to potential clients, they will likely hear and visualize “Exlert,” not “Xlert.”
But when you own and use both terms, how customers hear and visualize Xlert won’t matter a whit. You will not need to waste time spelling out your company name –
 And the old cliché goes, “Time is Money.”
“Xlert” could be developed into a business that specializes in security products and/or services, either as an online store selling security gadgets, a bricks-and-mortar detective agency, or a security software company specializing in anti-virus and other internet services. Indeed, the logos we have created suggest these types of usage.  
From a branding standpoint, we feel that of the Xlert and Exlert terms, Xlert is the strongest, but, of course, usage will be up to the buyer. Therefore, we have included logos for both domains.
Business names beginning with the letter “X” seems to be the new “i” or “e”; for example, well-known companies, such as Xfinity, Xcel, and Xerox, have enthusiastically embraced “X” to lead their brand names.
As of May 16, 2014, neither XLert or Exlert appears on the (U.S. trademarks) and (global trademarks).


Price: Negotiation (opening offer = $10,000)

Negotiated price includes domains and logos. is for sale through Go Daddy.
Once funds and transfer have cleared for Xlert, will be transferred to the buyer. 

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 – Fold Me Up -- Fold Me Up

Fold me up / Take me out / I’m portable / Fold me up / Take me out / I’m portable
– John Mayer, Go Anywhere

spreading joy one fold at a time.
– Slogan for website

If you have a product that can be folded up and stowed away into a small space, then, a strong call-to-action term, could be your million-dollar brand name.
This compelling term could also be your startup company identity/name, for example, Fold Me Up, Inc or FoldMeUp, Inc.
In our mobile culture, there is a growing appetite for creative and clever products that will fold neatly into smaller portable items, such as tents, camping gear, beds, tables, backpacks and other cases, personal items (umbrellas, airline pillows and blankets, even toothbrushes), chairs, food trucks (mobile kitchens), RVs, rooms, and even mobile homes.
“Fold Me Up” would also be appropriate for an origami or paper cootie catcher site.
A three-word/three-syllable/eight-letter term, “Fold Me Up” is short, memorable, radio-friendly, and jingly – an earworm kind of term, resulting an easy-to-brand product name that can be confidently broadcast over the radio airwaves or spoken to a customer over the telephone.
No official trademarks for “Fold Me Up” or “FoldMeUp” were found on (U.S. trademarks) or (global trademarks).

Price: Negotiation (opening offer = $10,000)
(Negotiated price includes domain and logo.)

Read how Lyni,” a fictional character,
might use this domain name.

Monday, March 10, 2014 – FatG or Fat G -- FatG or Fat G

If you have to ask what jazz is, youll never know.
– Louis Armstrong
________________________ – FatG or Fat G is a kicky 4-letter domain: short, brandable, pronounceable, and aged (registered in 1999), offering many potential uses as a short brandable name.

“Fat G” could be a diet industry or foodie site, a product line of hip-hop clothing or shoes, software company name or products, restaurant name, a rapper stage name, among other branding purposes.

Another really cool use: a band name for a jazz group, perhaps New Orleans style.

The potential buyer is limited only by his/her imagination.

As of March 10, 2014, no trademarks for FatG or Fat G were found on or, the main “go-to” websites for conducting trademark searches. However, it is always prudent to conduct your own extensive search before committing to any product or company name.

Starting offer: $10,000 (Go Daddy auctions)
Price includes logo

Saturday, September 14, 2013 -- Heow
When humor goes, there goes civilization.
-- Erma Bombeck

"Heow" would make a great humor website, filled with jokes and funny stories. "Heow" is also a last name, therefore a possible company name. 

Radio test: "Heow" passes the radio test.

In short, "Heow" is both an aural and a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name. If you aren't sure, though, "Heow" is short enough so that your announcer can always spell out the name:


"Heow" and its variations -- "H eow," "He ow," "Heo W," and " "H E O W" -- do not appear in the data bases.

Price: Make an Offer (Minimum: $10,000.00)
(Includes domain and logo.)

Thursday, September 12, 2013 -- Gholo or G Holo
...Time and the world do not stand still. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future.
--John F. Kennedy

"Gholo" is just a great word for a hologram program or game, but the buyer is not limited to this use; we can see Gholo as a tech site, hosting company (the cloud, so to speak), or a gaming site.

Radio test: Gholo passes the radio test, with one caveat; the "h" is silent -- the listener will hear "Golo" -- so a radio announcer would need to present the name as follows:

 "Gholo-dot-com, that's "G-holo-dot-com."

In short, Gholo is somewhat an aural term, but primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name, but if your product is related to hologram technology, why would you? 

"Gholo" and its variations ("G holo," "Gho lo," and "Ghol o"), do not appear in the data bases. In 2005, there was a proposal to develop Gholo (Grid-Holo, a multiparadigm model oriented to development of grid systems), but a quick Google search found nothing else about this platform, and no trademarks for "Grid-Holo" were found on

There is one live trademark on "Holo," owned by a guitar manufacturer, which should be no problem for the buyer, unless the buyer plans to get into the guitar business.

If you have questions regarding use, consult with a trademark attorney.

Price: (Make an offer, minimum $10,000.00)
(Includes domain and logo.)

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 -- Forwx or For WX
The currency of universal values make brands innately shareable.
-- Simon Mainwaring

"Forwx" is a common typo of the generic Forex (Foreign Exchange Market), simply because "W" is next to "E" on the qwerty keyboard.

More than that, this term can represent your company and/or brand, whether you deal in foreign currency or banking in general. Forwx can be branded in most other areas as well, but foreign exchange and banking seem the most logical.

Radio test: Oddly enough, Forwx can pass the radio test, if your radio announcer pronounces like this:


Still, Forwx is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you might consider selecting another name.

"Forwx" and its variations ("For WX," "F orwx," "Fo rwx," and "Forw x") do not appear in the data bases.

Forex does have a few marks, mostly unrelated to money exchange (fruity alcoholic drinks and postal services). We point this out because of the typo possibilities.

One foreign exchange corporation has incorporated the .com in its Forex mark, and another corporation converts and transfers American currency to the Philippines. To avoid brand confusion, just avoid incorporating the .com as part of your company name or brand, engaging in Philippines money transfers, manufacturing fruity alcoholic drinks, and offering postal services. If you use the name for an actual company or brand name and develop it to its full potential, this name should do well for you, especially if you emphasize that "W" (as we did in the logo). For more information on trademarks, please consult with a trademark attorney. 

Price: Make an Offer ($10,000 Minimum)

(Includes domain and logo.)

Thursday, September 5, 2013 -- CubeA or Cube A
From Wikipedia
(by Jason Hise and released to the Public Domain)
We turn the Cube and it twists us.
-- Erno Rubik

"Cube A" is just one of those terms that screams "TECH!!!" Tech companies seem to love "cube" names for their company names -- indeed, was one of the first domain names registered (1987), and short cube names are especially coveted. A 5-letter domain beginning with "cube" is a rare property; the last time we checked, all were taken in dotcom -- only 26 total -- and we didn't acquire this one for cheap.

This shortie is catchy and memorable and sure to launch your company in a major way.

Radio test: "Cube A" passes with flying colors.

In short, "Cube A" is both an aural and a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name -- that is, if your ad announcer pronounces as follows:


"Cube A" and its variations (CubeA and Cubea), do not appear in the data bases as a live trademark, although "Cube A" appears as a dead trademark for educational services. We believe that this name is trademark clean, but if you're not certain, please consult with a trademark attorney before buying this name.

Price: Make an offer (Minimum Bid $10,000.00)
(Includes domain and CubeA logo. The twisting cube is a public domain graphic.)

Wednesday, September 4, 2013 and -- TuyCo or Tuy Co and
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
--Thomas A. Edison

This is a rare opportunity to own both, a three-letter .co (not easy to acquire in this ccTLD), and -- for one price.

Normally, we recommend that start-ups don't build their companies on anything but dotcoms, but already owning the dotcom changes the paradigm significantly. If you wish to build on Tuy.Co, simply redirect to your site (to avoid .com bleed). is registered at DomainMonster and will be transferred to the buyer once the transfer of has been completed.

"TuyCo" and its variations ("Tuy Co" and "Tuy"), do not appear in the data bases. ("Tuy" -- with a diacritical mark -- appears as part of a company trademark for a Vietnamese company, but this should not pose a problem for this name. However, feel free to consult with a trademark attorney.)

Price: Make an Offer (minimum $10,000.00)
(Includes domains and logo.)

Tuesday, September 3, 2013 -- Adaam
And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
–Genesis 1:26

Adam is a common masculine given name. The personal name Adam derives from the Hebrew noun ha adamah, meaning "the ground" or "earth." It is still a Hebrew given name, and its Quranic and Biblical usage has ensured that it is also a common name in all countries which draw on these traditions. It is particularly common in Scotland.
-- Wikipedia 

If you plan to name your expected baby boy "Adam," you might want to consider a variant spelling, unless you are fabulously wealthy and the owner of is willing to sell (not likely).

We rather like "Adaam," a variant spelling for this popular boy's first name. Also, if you Google "Adaam," you will clearly see that this spelling is already in use as a first name. So you have the opportunity to gift your off spring with a one-of-a-kind dotcom first name, a name that seems to be gaining some momentum on its own terms.

"Adaam" would also make a fine company or brand name for a product or service; it's short, catchy, and striking. In addition, "A" names are popular simply because they are the first letter category in directories (behind numbers, of course, which tend to be problematic for company names).

If you plan to air radio spots, this name would pass the the radio pronunciation test if your announcer spells out the name ("A-d-a-a-m-dot-com"), which should not be that much of a problem, given its short length. However, "Adaam" is primarily a visual name, perfect for internet, TV, and print media.

"Adaam" and its variations (Ad aam, Ada am, and A daam), do not appear in the data bases.

Price: Negotiation (opening offer = $10,000)
(Negotiated price includes domain and logo.)