BrandBucket released their latest email of newly added domains this week. This batch was a lot bigger than the previous email which contained 182 domains. This time around there were 582 domains.
So let’s take a look at trends and patterns to see what’s getting approved.
One trend that has picked up over the last few months has been the intentional misspelling, either adding the same letter at the end such as Fiverr or Humann.com which was sold by Frank Schilling’s company for $39,600.
The other popular trend is repeating a vowel, like Smiile.com which sold on Sedo for $18,000.
I get the extra same letter at the end, I am not sold on the repeating vowel in the middle.
BrandBucket has been adding a lot of these names lately, I years ago registered Gopherr.com for a project, I have since found a better domain for the project and have gotten Gopherr.com approved at BrandBucket. I have not published it yet. I own one other name Resett.com.
Over the last two emails BrandBucket has sent out for newly added domains, here are some of the misspelled names. A lot of names were registered over the last couple months with $1.99 specials from Domain.com or NetFirms.com.
Fuull.com (Full) An intelligent name based on the word “full”. $3,300. Regged since 2012, 5 drops previously.
Stafferr.com (Staffer) A direct name that plays off the word “staffer”. $2,850.
Deposiit.com (Deposit) A bankable name that plays off the word “deposit”. $1,995.
Projectorr.com (Projector) An imaginative name based on the word “projector”. $2,295.
Beaat.com (Beat) A rhythmic name that’s a play on the word “beat”. $1,895.
Gllobe.com (Globe) A worldly take on the word ‘globe’. $2,395. Registered October 4, dropped 8 times previously.
Spectatorr.com (Spectator) An eventful name that plays off the word “spectator”. $1,995.
Cuurvy.com (Curvy) An attractive name crafted from the word ‘curvy’. $2,275.
Earlyy.com (Early) A brilliant name based on the word ‘early’. $2,295.
Performm.com (Perform) A forthright, impactful name that says perform with a double ‘m’. $2,975.
Quallify.com (Qualify) A memorable take on the word ‘qualify’. $1,995.
Eraserr.com (Eraser) A contemporary twist on the word ‘eraser’. $2,125.
Orderingg.com (Ordering) A contemporary twist on the word ‘ordering’. $2,155.
Draftingg.com (Drafting) A cool twist on the word ‘drafting’. $2,275.
- vo 21
- zo 15
- ro 12
- go 11
It seems like lab and labs were popular in the latest batch of names approved.
OctagonLabs.com, Labsy.com and Advertlabs.com were some of the 7 lab related names this time around.
Vue was represented by names such as secretvue.com and startupvue.com.
Tech was represented by TechJar.com and TechBark.com.
124 names were 5 letters out of 582.
In the previous week’s group of 182 names, the standout to me was Chivalry.com, registered back in 1996, it was a music publishing site that the owner let expire. The domain was caught at Pheenix so the registered date shows 2015. Listed at over $70,000 I would never give BrandBucket 30% on a name like this. I would be sending it to someone like Andrew Rosener at Media Options if I did not think I could sell it myself.
I thought there were some good two word .coms this week. SparkScope.com, ProfitCatch.com and TheDiscount.com.
You can view the full list from the last email on the web here.