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Sincerely offended by prices for one-word domains, and understanding that .com's are fairly well all-taken, we acquired thousands of one-word domains to put them into the hands of real people. That's why we limit transactions to TWO per buyer. W/ 5 billion online, who DOESN'T need a cool domain name? So, Advertibles are Affordables :)).
 

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N.aturally.com

Visited your site and found this sub domain / domain interesting.

I sold a number of similar domains in my day

Sell with the power of a subdomain
Greetings. Was planning to ask what "Sell w/ the power of a subdomain" means, precisely. Instead, had the oh-so-brilliant idea to click on the link, ;):D. Brilliant to present a radio station that way. Being a pi reciter (hundreds pr minute into the thousands), did the same with strings of pi. IF not mistaken, longest licit urls in the world are 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592.work, which Hostinger recently bounced as "too long" (???), then www.3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582097494459.com, now in process of rebuilding. Have to say I greatly admire your having the brains AND wit to do that with radio station call sign. Brilliant, really.

Was a bit "burnt" by AOL hugely outbidding me on shortcuts.com many years ago, My high bid was US $1,200, their high bid was something like 1.7 million, lololol. So, it was natural to create S.hortcuts.com. The late, super-great Dr. David Cohen ('greatest doctor on earth") was the one who suggested N.aturally. Haven't a clue what to ask for it, so, will likely reduce best fair offer received by 15% which we do whenever someone "sounds" like an end-user. Above all is the wish to get more REAL PEOPLE to own great domains, end-users, rather than merely seeing them shuffled from one investor to another. One question: Do you remember any other examples you used back in the day? I find them a bit fascinating. Thnx for comment. Still cackling at the 96.7kiss, which is even smarter than my own "cracked" domains, also known as "pre-TLD's." Cheers.