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SideBusiness (,)com acquired

Discussion in 'Announce Recent Domain Acquisitions' started by james2002, Jun 15, 2011.

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  1. james2002

    james2002 Buying Hosting Domains DNFcollege.com Exclusive Member

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    I recently got

    SideBusiness .com


    Thinking of Micro Job site similar to Fiverr.com.


    Do you think this name fit into "micro job site"?


    I appreciate suggestions.
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  2. James Jean

    James Jean DNFcollege.com Exclusive Member

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    That's a solid name.
  3. Gerry

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    MicroJobSite.com fits Micro Job Site.

    SideBusiness.com fits Side Business.
  4. nicedomains

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    Nice pick up. More and more people will look to some sort of side business to produce revenue streams as unemployment rates continue to rise and first world countries continue to send their jobs to third world countries.
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    to me a "side business" is ANY part-time business. Most side businesses like babysitting have nothing or little to do with the Internet.

    Fiverr was unique to me. Fiverr got quite a bit of publicity because of its $5 angle. I tried it out 3 or 4 times for very small things. Then I lost interest since I requested a job that was not worth $5 to some of the people and things just did not work out. Of course not worth complaing about $5. I was more how much can you lose on a $5 deal.

    Fiver was obviously first with the $5 angle.

    ---------- Post added at 10:26 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:25 PM ----------

    SideBusiness is definitiley a nice name, just not sure if it meshes with Fiverr or Microsite.
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