Showing posts with label CVCC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CVCC. Show all posts

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

Monday, September 16, 2013 -- Jorv
I call everyone “Darling” because I can't remember their names.
-- Zsa Zsa Gabor

"Jorv" is a boy's first name or even a surname that could also be developed as a company name.

Radio test: "Jorv" passes the radio test.

In short, Jorv is both an aural and a visual term: internet, TV, print. This name can be pronounced as a name or spelled out:





"Jorv-dot-com; that's J-O-R-V-dot-com"

If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name. 

"Jorv" and its variations ("j orv" and "j or v" ) do not appear in the data bases.

Price: $7,500.00
(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.

Friday, September 6, 2013 -- Quhr or QUHR
Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering.
-- Theodore Roosevelt

"Quhr" would be a fine name for a company or brand; it's short, strong, and pronounceable -- rare for affordable LLLL domains.

Radio test: The "Q" could be mistaken for "C" or "K," so, generally, this would not be a radio term. However, because of its short length, radio advertising might be doable if the announcer carefully pronounces the name and then slowly spells out the entire domain:


In short, Quhr 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. 

"Quhr" and its variations ("Q Urh," Qu Hr," and "Quh r"), do not appear in the data bases.

Price: $7500.00
(Includes domain and logo.)