GoDaddy Expired Auction Picks Ending 2020-07-26

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A powerful, intriguing name for any magazine, journal or blog in any category. A luxury men’s magazine went by then name until 2019. Current bid price is $1,200.

One-word brandable name, currently bidding at $380.

An online information and resource library, an e-learning and teaching platform, basically anything that has to do with gaining and disseminating knowledge. Current bid price is $713.

A cryptocurrency exchange and trading platform, blog and news site. Current bid price is $104.

A place which only speaks the language of health, fitness and overall well-being. Can include supplements and health products too. Current bid price is $204.

Sounds pretty good for an IT and software company. Another alternative is a sleeping essentials brand (mattresses, pillows, blankets and more). The word is quite brandable as it is, can be used for other services too. Current bid price is $22.

A residential construction company, an interior design studio, a home searching and renting/selling site – just stuff that has got to do things with houses. Current bid price is $20.

Your partner in your quest for health and fitness – an app, supplements and food products site or a fitness wearables brand. Current bid price is $62.

A marketing, advertising and branding agency, current bid price is $12.

One-word brandable name. currently bidding at $10.

P.S. : The prices mentioned here are of the time I was writing this up. For real-time stats, kindly visit auctions.godaddy.com .

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