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I don't mind the "e" & "i" prefix, but I don't like the "u" prefix..
I like U if the keyword "makes sense" after it... Like a couple of mine, uReload.com (prepaid credit cards, cell phone minutes) or uResell.com or uStories.com..
And some other 'pre' letters to consider too -.
'B' - bHappy.com, bReady.com, bOnTime.com, .....
'C' - cYouSoon.com, cNewShows.com, cMovies.com,....
'G' - gThatsNice.com.
'J' - jWalking.com, jBird.com.
I mean, being creative, the possibilities could be endless for 'pre' letter brandable domains!! Better get your favorite ones while you can!!! (...and then hold and wait till that '1 in a mil' buyer comes along!)..
There have been some you sales from what I can see on namebio- I tend to like names like this as an alternative in a brandable sense- uSlide.com sold for 241.00, uActive.com sold for 488.00- not huge sales, but some movies and dinner money. or one tank of gas..
There were a few others. I think like yofie said, if you hit on one that made sense you would garner more interest and dollars- fox news uses it- uReport and uAsk, but within the site. I dont know if they own the .coms or not...
From NameBio Database:.
UHop.com - $830.
UMenu.com - $164.
UTask.com - $239.
UNet.com - $100,000.
UOur.com - $99.
UTaxi.com - $370.
UStir.com - $110.
UGun.com - $700.
UHair.com - $295.
UCode.com - $3,488.
USurvey.com - $1,000.
ULoop.com - $100.
So - clearly their are quite a few sales with "u" as a prefix to a dictionary word. However as pointed out by Jamie - it really needs to make sense to be valuable...
[QUOTE=Yofie]I like U if the keyword "makes sense" after it/QUOTE].
I agree. It has to be relevant as a sortened version of the word "You"..
Utube.com would be nice...
I've got a couple of "U"s from a bulk buy.
Not sure about 'em though, you know?.
It seems like "e" is sort of "yesterday"..
"i" seems kind of "now"..
"m" is for mobi or mobile..
And "g" means "global" not google.
Google can't have everything. hehe...
I got URemortgage .com.
What do you think of such domains?..
One of the well known company I know of is.
I really think "Ur"(your) makes sense as a prefix and "U"(you) as a suffix.
Ex: UrVideos, UrBooks.
As suffix, U works well, Like (MortgageU, LoveU, seeU, propertyU)..
The name grows on me more and more and I think I might even develop it into a college/university networking site.
I had been shopping it around...
If I had a Uname.com, I'd want to have the Youname.com to go along with it. Youtube has branded the writing out of the you. Unless you went full fledged into the University side of it, you'll lose a ton of traffic to the Youname.
I've been through this question a few times when registering and I prefer the you written out, but will grab the you if I feel the name is valuable enough. For example, I registered both udownload (dot) tv and youdownload. However, other names I didn't.
Everybody has their own take on it. I searched uacquire and the .com, .net, .info, and .biz were taken. Then I searched youacquire and it was available. However, the name could have been dropped so that may be why the .com didn't reg it...