Goes on Sale

A couple of weeks ago, I hosted a contest on my blog, with the winner being the best domain name at the best price. The winning domain name by quite a large margin was

Shortly after the winner was announced, a buyer agreed to acquire the domain name but didn’t send payment. Today, the domain name has been listed for sale in a thread on DNForum. The price is $5,900, and I think the price is very fair.

If you want to purchase this domain name, please visit the DNForum thread ASAP and post “sold” to start the sales process. shows around 250 potential leads, and I think that number is on the low side.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. I think that is a very good name.
    Our system is targeting what our algorithm determines as the best leads currently.
    In our next update there will be even more relevant and targeted leads as we have advanced our lead generation system.
    Very exciting stuff.

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