single word dot coms
#1
Just out of interest, does anyone on here own any single-word dot com or dot net domains, and how much do you want for them?

I have two myself:

http://groupuscules.com
and
http://paulianna.com (yes, it is a proper name, albeit rare)

Not sure how to value them though...
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#2
I have many single words:

Calamary.net

Ectozoon.com

eTornadoes.com

Howadji.com (means traveler)

and many more. Go to www.domainhub.info
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#3
I have a few I plan to sell soon. Haven't priced t them.
If you're interested, pm me:

Real Dictionary Words:
SANCTUMS.NET
REPUGNANCE.NET
SALACIOUSNESS.NET
SENSATIONALISM.NET -SOLD elsewhere

PRESERVATIONISTS.NET
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Others(short non-dictionary):
CURVV.COM
CETTS.COM
XISLY.COM -SOLD elsewhere
MAXXOO.COM -SOLD elsewhere
SQRID.COM
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#4
eTornadoes is 2 words

so are nonperceivable and atravelers, I think
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#5
I do not believe that a prefix (eg. "e" or "non") in a word makes it two words.
For example, email (or e-mail) is not two words, is it?
Sure, some words with a prefix or a suffix might not technically qualify as official words
per se...but are still recognized unofficially, as colloquialisms.


On the other hand, "nonperceivable" the one that I listed is not an actual dictionary word at all (as far as I can tell), even though it may be perceived Wink as such...that is why I separated it from the first bunch.

As for atravelers, well....:whistle:
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#6
ok, well, the first bunch weren't dot coms, which was what the thread was about...
as far as e-words are concerned... I just go by domain's fortune evaluation tool ( http://domainfortune.com/DNevaluation.html ), were eGolf, for instance is considered as two words...
email is quite different though, as it is now an accepted dictionary word...
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#7
samnoyoun Wrote:Just out of interest, does anyone on here own any single-word dot com or dot net domains, and how much do you want for them?

I have two myself:

http://groupuscules.com
and
http://paulianna.com (yes, it is a proper name, albeit rare)

Not sure how to value them though...


Well I do not want to perpetuate what seems to be a growing argument.
Therefore, I won't comment further on your most recent post Samnoyoun...other than to point out (which I have done by highlighting in red) that it was YOU who asked about "dot net domains".
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#8
sell

http://www.marke-think.com

and

http://www.mark-e-think.com


visit, and write me
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#9
Point taken mozzeratti!
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#10
I have one but its german extension

aunty.de
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