NEWS #Domainer surnames : Slabaugh.com sold for four figures, so what about Schwartz.com?

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Congratz Joe. Always nice to have ones own name.

I think Scwartz.com would be more of a 5-6 figure name. It has meaning in German and around 118 million google results compared to 700K for Slabaugh.
 
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Congratz Joe. Always nice to have ones own name.

I think Scwartz.com would be more of a 5-6 figure name. It has meaning in German and around 118 million google results compared to 700K for Slabaugh.
Being that German is a language I heard in church every 2 weeks on church Sunday all my years growing up Amish, and having a "schwartz" buggy, that would also be an interesting name to own, but I think its a little high for me at the moment, but I may still be able to at some point.
 

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Got it this morning. I was searching my email from namesilo to see when it would come in, and nothing this morning, but when I checked the whois it said namesilo instead of online nic so I was about to go and have a chat with them but now I see the name in my account.
 

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Walker ended up going to a lawnmowing company for $90,000. It was out of my budget at the time ($10,000), but, I would've loved to own my surname.

Banking on a bankruptcy (well, I don't wish that upon anyone) to liquidate the asset and get it cheaper. ;)

I own several variations of my domains in com and net with initials + full surname and use them for personal purposes.
 
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