Morgan’s Flippa Five: Brandable domains for startups

brandable-domains – it’s no secret that .IO has become a major force in the startup world, especially for companies that make things for developers. I could see this being one badass name for a startup in the payment processing space or any API that has something to do with payments, hard to find a better one (except for in the .IO space. – easy to remember, easy to spell, a solid four letter .COM. I think I’ve said it a million times but I’ll say it again, one-word .COMs are my absolute favorites, especially short ones! – 18-year old one word .COM, everyone can remember and spell this one and it could be used in a variety of different niches. – okay, call me crazy on this one…but hear me out. If you’re looking for a house or an apartment, you’d probably search for something like homes for sale or apartments for sale. If you’re looking for a farm, I think you’d do the same thing and farms often sell for a lot more than a single home or apartment. That being said – this is a very niche specific domain so if you’re not in the business in selling farms it might not be for you…if you are, this is the name you’ve been dreaming of. – three letter .COM, these are valuable no matter how you slice it. I don’t love the V in the middle but I still like it and that “V” probably means it will sell for a lot less than you’re typical three word .COM that is all consonants.

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  • Eugene Fraxby October 31, 2016, 8:54 pm

    Famous British sports car mark TVR The natural buyer for surely?

    But for any other buyer does that also mean too much of a domain squatting risk?

    One drawback for TVR as the buyer is they’ve had a history of financial meltdown and resurrection of the mark, could they even afford it?

  • Albert October 31, 2016, 8:57 pm

    Morgan, what’s your honest opinion for

    Coming up on in less then 2 week.



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