We have a new addition to the Category filter on the home page today: Dictionary. That’s right, you can now search NameBio for dictionary domain sales! We loaded up English and Spanish dictionaries so far and we’re planning to add more, if you have a specific request for a language please let us know in the comments below or contact us.
Now if you want to find a comparable sale in .com for an English word ending in “er” all you have to do is set the keyword to “er”, the placement to “At the End”, the extension to “.com”, the main category to “Dictionary” and the subcategory to “English” and you’re all set.
Here’s a quick link:
The possibilities are endless. You could look at a list of dictionary sales that happened at Uniregistry, you could see dictionary sales in another extension like .io, and whatever else you can come up with. Or you can simply browse the latest dictionary domain sales, see the biggest ones of all time, and much more.
In the future we’ll be looking to add more functionality like prefixes to dictionary words (think iReport.com) in addition to more languages. This will also hopefully be a precursor to other category searches like Geo, Geo+Keyword, etc.
I hope you like this new addition! Please let me know if you notice any problems.
Michael Sumner is the CEO of NameBio.com, and is the lead developer at State Ventures which owns and operates geo domains such as OceanCity.com and Maryland.com. Michael is also the co-founder of DN Media, a company that has been involved in seven figures worth of domain name transactions.