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For a camera (cam corder , DVD etc) business they worth $500 - $1000.
 
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or maybe for a media-advertising company.

Probably like $100, maybe acouple more.


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media-advertising company
Unlikely. As "flash" banners that a person would "click" are referred to as Rich-Media. So Flash Clicks does not make much sense, at least not to me.

So I would value this domain at $15
 

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MC, it's a creative name, not a real item. Does "Verizon" tell something to you? But such names can easily become familiar.

Potential value: $300
 

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My post was in response to Jim's, who said it could be an Advertising network. I guess with your theory timechange; Banner-Banana.com could be a nice domain to suit my network. Since "I made up the combo. And it will easily become familiar, even though it doesn't make sense."

As for the comparison between Verizon and FlashClicks. Hmmm.
'Flash' & 'click' are both words conjoined. Hardly any substance nor creativity. While Verizon projects a professional, corporate image. That is very much suitable for there company. And even though the word is a figment of some Suit's imagination. It is still substantially better then forcing two unrelated words together.
 

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BananaBanners would be a nice name for an advertising agency :D

Wait, it's taken!
 

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It is too similar to fastclick.com, so I doubt an ad agency would use it.
 
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