Want to See My 5 Letter Dot Coms?

Jul 26 2010

If you’re looking to make money in domaining then I would agree, 5 letter dot coms are not the way to go.  That being said, the world is an ever growing place and there are plenty of companies and organizations looking for names.  I’ve always felt that the shorter the domain, the easier it is to remember.  Unfortunately, you can’t make very many words with 3 or 4 letters so it led me to 5.  I have made money in 5 letter domains but I’ve collected some pretty good ones in the last 10 years.  A few sales at a couple thousand each has more than paid for my names.  Now that a strong 5 letter dot com has climbed over $1000 I am pretty confident I am in a positive situation.  I was combing through my Godaddy account yesterday and decided to jot down some of the names I have.  Some are good, some aren’t, you be the judge.  (The generic only guys will say they’re all bad but I understand)

Beako.com

Bleeb.com

Blogl.com

Dumpo.com

Ehort.com

Fazzy.com

Fiddl.com

Flose.com

Flowo.com

Happa.com

HateU.com

HookU.com

Jazzm.com

Jeefa.com

Jeejo.com

Joope.com

Koggy.com

Koosy.com

LootU.com

Meely.com

Mungy.com

Nazty.com

Nurde.com

Noobr.com

Ohack.com

Pakku.com

Pikku.com

Ploob.com

RaidU.com

Soosy.com

Swapn.com

Swapm.com

Tapsy.com

Teasy.com

Thumd.com

UnLOL.com

uSwam.com

Weeba.com

Wuddo.com

Higgy.com

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3 comments

  1. Andrew

    I prefer the ones that are pronounceable (flose.com, higgy.com, weeba.com, happa.com, etc). I own clend.com and ruken.com but haven’t gotten any offers yet

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