Showing posts with label $5000. Show all posts
Showing posts with label $5000. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 12, 2014 -- Vicycle -- ViCycle or Vicycle

Life is like a 10-speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.
— Charles Schultz, creator of the Peanuts cartoon strip.
_________________________ – Vicycle, a 7-letter term, is short, brandable, and pronounceable, offering many potential uses as a brandable name. Company names beginning with “Vi” are popular because of its colorful and vibrant connotations, such as Vivatar, Vizio, and Visa.

“Vicycle” would be perfect for a bicycle or fitness equipment manufacturer or shop; in short, this term could represent a large manufacturing company, national or regional chain, or a mom and pop shop.

Vicycle could also extend beyond its obvious uses; this would be a fine name for a software company or gaming startup.

Vicycle is also a common typo for “bicycle,” the “V” being directly left to the “B” on the qwerty keyboard. Indeed, Google has indexed “Vicycle” pages, where users have obviously used the term to mean “bicycle.”

As of March 10, 2014, no trademarks for ViCycle were found on or, the main “go-to” websites for conducting trademark searches. However, a Google search reveals some common law usage for this term (blankets manufactured from recycled material) and a government-sponsored bicycle recycling program (“Vi-Cycle”) for Visalia, California

At least one site has coined “Vicycle”as a generic term, merged from “Vehicle” + “Bicycle,” a shorthand for both vehicles and bicycles. 

In short, is always prudent to conduct your own extensive search before committing to any product or company name.

Starting offer: $5,000 (Go Daddy auctions)
Price includes logo

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 – Narran (No Longer for Sale!) -- Narran

What makes a river so restful to people is that it doesn’t have any doubt - it is sure to get where it is going, and it doesn’t want to go anywhere else.
– Hal Boyle

We are currently holding onto this domain for a project; therefore, it is off the market. – Narran, a 6-letter domain, is short, brandable, pronounceable, and established (registered in 2006), offering many potential uses as a brandable name.

“Narran” is a calm name, perfect for a business dealing with money and financial matters. Such a company would embrace traditional values and offer an impression of being well-established.

“Narran” is also a geographic term: The Narran River in Australia, and the accompanying Narran Wetlands. In the logo, we incorporated a swoosh-esque symbol, which “flows” in and out of “Narran” like a waterway.

“Narran” is a palindrome, a word that reads the same both forward and backward; short palindromes are highly desirable for new companies because they are easy to remember.

As of March 10, 2014, no trademarks for Narran 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.

Thursday, October 24, 2013 and -- We Raze It and I Raze It
Does your company specialize in demolition?

If so, is the domain name for you. As a bonus, the buyer will also acquire! is an especially fine action/complete sentence domain, perfectly descriptive for what service your company offers: the demolition of unwanted structures. Your company may prefer, but that is up to you. Most importantly, the lucky company to acquire these two domains will have in reserve a nice additional keyword domain directing to the main company website., a 7-letter name, and, as an 8-letter name, are not only clever and descriptive, but also fairly short, a very rare commodity in the dotcom sphere.

Imagine or gracing your company equipment, billboards, TV, internet, and trade magazines and delivered over the radio airwaves  -- once your customers know what service you offer, these terms will easily pass the radio test.

No question: whether your company is local or national, these domains could elevate your business to the next level.

These call-to-action domains are memorable, smooth, sweet.

Neither term has been found as a trademark at is offered through Go Daddy Auctions, with a starting offer price of $5,000.

After the successful payment and transfer of, will be transferred to the buyer's account.

For more information about these domain assets, please fill out the contact box that follows this message.

Related domains for sale: and

Sunday, September 15, 2013 -- I Find Info
The most interesting information comes from children, for they tell all they know and then stop.
-- Mark Twain

"I Find Info" would be perfect for a private detective agency, a data company, or a new search engine.

This full sentence term, easily pronounceable, is catchy and memorable and would pass the radio test with flying colors:


In short, "I Find Info" is both an aural and a visual term: radio, internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name. 

"I Find Info" does not appear in the data bases. However, this may be one of those generic terms that may not be trademarkable for its descriptive use; please consult with a trademark attorney. 

Price: Make an Offer ($5,000.00 minimum)
(Includes domain and logo.)

Monday, September 9, 2013 -- DIQR
The propensity to truck, barter, and exchange one thing for another is common to all men, and to be found in no other race of animals.
-- Adam Smith

"DIQR" is a very brandable LLLL name -- short, catchy, and pronounceable.

"DIQR," pronounced like "dicker" (v. to bargain or barter), could be developed into an auction or bartering site for just about any product or service.

Radio test: "DIQR" does not pass the radio test, but does it really matter? This is the type of term that would not play well on the radio anyway -- when was the last time you heard a radio spot for eBay?

While DIQR is pronounceable, it is a visual term, best for internet, TV, and print advertising.

No trademarks were found on "DIQR" or its variations ("D IQR," "DI QR," or "DIQ R").

This domain is offered for sale through, a well-respected auction site.

Price: Offer at least $5,000.00, and we will send this domain to a 7-day auction. If you are the only bidder of the 7-day auction, you will acquire this domain for your opening bid.

Thursday, September 5, 2013 -- Bozzz or Bo ZZZ
Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.
--Anthony Burgess

"Bozzz," a short, catchy, and memorable term, could represent a sleep product or service: beds, mattresses, sleep labs, medicine, pajamas, stuffed animals, snoring and sleep aids. In modern life, sleep is often elusive, and there is a huge market for companies that can help solve the national (international?) sleep debt.

This term also presents opportunities to develop a humorous website -- its quirky tone and elongated "zzz's" bring a smile to one's face. Indeed, "Bozzz" could really catch on as a new popular culture term.

Radio test: For radio spots, the announcer should carefully pronounce the name and then slowly spell out the entire domain:


In short, Bozzz is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, we recommend that you find another name. 

"Bozzz" and its variations (Bo ZZZ) do not appear in the data bases.

Price: $5,000.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Wednesday, September 4, 2013 -- MuyCo or Muy Co
I once had a rose named after me and I was very flattered. But I was not pleased to read the description in the catalogue: no good in a bed, but fine up against a wall.
--Eleanor Roosevelt
When you're speaking Spanish, you're thinking in a different way.
--Giancarlo Esposito


Ole! In Spanish, "muy" means "very," so naming your company "MuyCo," or "Muy Co," could be the start of developing a strong, well-regarded company.

Short crisp names like "MuyCo," especially with "Co" at the end, are not easy to find, even on the aftermarket.

"MuyCo" and its variations (Muy co), do not appear in the data bases.

Price: $5,000.00
(Includes domain and logo.) -- OMGah or OMG ah
Humor is reason gone mad.
--Groucho Marx

"OMGAH," which contains the ever-popular OMG acronym, is a kicky, catchy, and memorable term for a fun website featuring humor, popular culture, fashion, books, movies -- unlimited possibilities for your company.

This could also be a product/service brand or even a company name.  

"OMGah" and its variations ("OMG ah" and "OM Gah"), do not appear in the data bases. There are several trademarks on "OMG," probably having very little bearing on OMGah, but if you are not certain, please consult with a TM attorney.

Price: $5,000.00
(Includes domain and logo.)