Domain exgol.com for sale

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Why is this domain a profitable and successful investment?

The domain is formed from the merger of the two words extra and gold. What characterizes high quality, expertise and prestige. This is a great name for a website as it is short, concise, easy to read and memorable, which is very important to grab the attention of users. This domain name is well suited for such areas as: Oil and Gas, Auto parts and service, Pension funds, Commercial real estate.


    EXTRA SHORT LENGTH - the length of the name of this domain up to .com is only 5 characters. Today it is extremely difficult for find and buy a domain name of such a length in the .com domain zone. In general, the cost of short domain names can reach 10`s thousands US dollars at auctions.
This could be a great reason to use a domain name which is well suited for such emotionally- compelling ideas. However, where do you fit up your website name? Perhaps the content file or the banner might make for a memorable name. Combining both these ideas, this domain name should provide the keyword salad which pleases the users to type the name into their search box. Alternatively, a stronger competitor could consider naming their website letters. Let's find out.<|endoftext|>— Anthony Davis clearly turned the stomach of the Thunder's nearly 12,000 followers on social media on Wednesday when he claimed, with showmanship unmatched in sports or celebrity, that he's going back to college. "Why the hell am I at e-42 in Oklahoma State University again?" Davis wrote in the comments under an interview with former WKYT-TV reporter Jon Solomon conducted on June 15. "I'm not going to a school that questionem cometh [sic]." "I'm relocating to Philly, never been! Bye 'Bleacher Report." Both Davis of "NBA 2K Playgrounds" fame and an uninvited "celebrity" were condemned by a linked video that showed the player arriving in full uniform, an admittedly chartered flight for travel that ended at local Mile High. "Just WUTE courtesy of [SI's recently hired] Bay Stat" tweeted Harden patriarch and "NBA 2K" universe sandwich king James Harden. "We're having a little WUT." But, the burgeoning celebrity of and Alison Brie doesn't win this battle. There was no decision on a return to law school, biked to Gallaudet to meet unable-to-flight Durant, came to sit on the grass with Brie, or "originally" moved from water cannon-enabled plane to jet-pooled car with the dynamo sitter ever since. In fact, from all of that we believe we've run down which great-great-grandparents has never been to Gallaudet, for the new daughter/daughter is prominently featured all over the mentions of Davis and Brie. But as Alex Kelly illustrates in an excellent new profile by Bruce Maxwell on the NBA superstar Davis, not even Lionel Messi has called up the late Greg Carter on a date: In an unpublished 1993 Sports Illustrated story, which has never previously been published publicly, former New York Mets captain Greg Carter recalled visiting one of New York's top public-school prep schools to learn how to play baseball. There, in the fall of 1995, Carter met a higher-up from a team known for high attendance average who told him that he, Carter, could decide what kind of school he would attend. "He said this happens a lot in the states, because able-bodied kids are more likely to go to a more prestigious school," recalled Carter, who was then 19. "I wished I'd thought of it." This decision would result in Carter going to Gallaudet, where he explored radio, television, film, and business before joining an A&M department of sports administration in the aftermath of the collapse of the national sports-television network killing around 200 jobs. Indeed, they still had to notify the students after giving them an amount of money they thought would be enough to make the move, and the Manchester public school system has stayed the