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A 5 Letter, Generic Top Level Domain - gTLD - mjurl.com - is original, short, brandable, pronounceable and exceptionally memorable. Because of the finite mathematical shortage of 5 letter domains, so many of which are NOT brandable or pronounceable and certainly not memorable, the domain represents an ideal investment opportunity. Admirably suited for both international & localized branding of services and products and perfect for Start ups and Logo Design.
Domain Name For Sale / At Auction: Mjurl .com: 10% of the sale value of the brandable & original domain name Mjurl will be donated to Rainforest Saver, if the brand name is purchased via ebay.
I am sure we are all aware about the link between the destruction of the rainforests, global warming and climate change, even Mr Trump is not blinkered to that fact. Although greedy logging companies and consumers demands for tropical hardwood's, are to blame for a vast amount of destruction; a great deal is due to what is knows as Slash and Burn Farming. Slash and Burn Farming which is practised by 200 to 300 million farmers, involves local farmers cutting down vegetation and burning it to make way for cultivation. Farmers can only grow crops for 2 years, then they have to clear another area of rainforest; as the soil becomes infertile, or move from the area. Therefore Slash and Burn farming is unsustainable "Rainforest Saver" is a charity which promotes a viable alternative utilizing a technique known as Inga Alley Cropping; involves growing crops between rows of Inga trees, knows as the alleys. It also uses pruned leaves from the Inga trees, placed in the alleys to act as a mulch, (preventing weeds) and a fertilizer for the crops, the branches are also used as firewood. The method is exceptionally sustainable, avoids cutting down rainforests and has increased crop yields by as much as 4 times compared to Slash and Burn farming methods. They currently have projects in Cameroon, Honduras and Ecuador.
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Please Note: The domain names listed on Names Url are not generated by a computer algorithm or bought at domain auctions, they are my own original creations. Please feel free to contact me; concerning brokerage enquiries or, if you would like to employ me on a consultancy basis to create, original and unique brand domain names for domain auctions, for yourself or a client.
Be wary of Domain ValuationsHow much is a Domain Name Worth:
When I first started creating domain names for sale, I was always surprised at the discrepancy's in valuations from domain valuation websites. One would put a value of $15, another $22,000 for the same domain. One particular domain I had which was valued at $22,000, had an offer of $100,000; 15 minutes after I listed it on Flippa. It was then I turned my back on domain valuations, and concluded, that within reason a domain, especially a Brandable Generic Top Level Domain Name, is worth what someone is willing to pay. Internet domain name valuations also use a computer algorithm, which bases its valuation on the amount of letters within the domain, and if the domain contains a name or combinations of names that is / are in a dictionary. It bases no value on the most important aspect of a domain name; especially with brand domains, how memorable, pronounceable and brandable the domain name is. A fascinating example of how incorrect their valuations are is the domain name poker.com, one valuer puts a $22,000 price tag on it, when it is actually up for sale for $20,000,000 I rest my case. A domain name, especially a brand domain is worth what someone is willing to pay for it, for what someone is willing to pay for it, is what it sells for, and that is what it is worth.