CarsWe.com, ComputingEdu.com, Fourwordly.com

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Hi,

Please appraise the following for end-user and/or reseller sales. I would appreciate a rough dollar range such as low $xxx, high $xxx, reg fee, etc. if possible.

CarsWe.com - A brandable; "we" seems to be a popular suffix (of sorts) for brandables (e.g., stylewe.com)
ComputingEdu.com
Fourwordly.com - Another brandable; I had in mind a social media domain in which posts are limited to four words each (as opposed to a character limit a la Twitter)

Thank you for looking.
 

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Hi

looks like reg fee names to me
though the computing name, may get you a couple of bucks

but you can't just stick any suffix to a word and it automatically becomes valuable or brandable

also, for radio, is it, forewordly or forwordly

imo...