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Domain Name:  DRESSORGANIC.COM (view lowercase
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This would make a great name for a marketing campaign for the manufacturers of organic clothing and other clothing industry voices to get the word out and encourage people to dress organic. There's no better name for an informational website geared towards consumers to learn more about wearing organic clothing.

DressOrganic.com would make a great domain for people to buy organic clothing from the plethora of organic clothing outlets online, and also would be a good site to locate organic clothing manufacturers, factories, wholesalers etc.

The site could also be built into a niche social network for people and businesses interested in the topic. The domain would make a great forum for like minded people to discuss their decision to dress organic and share ideas and interact with each other. Going Green is a very hot topic nowadays and the DressOrganic.com domain would make a bold statement for a marketing campaign, similar to how the "Got Milk" campaign to brought awareness to that industry.

A search on Google brings a very large number of advertisers bidding for the term.

Google's keyword tool reports 3,600 searches per month for the phrase, and the expanded results bring a huge number of searches and people interested in the overall topic.

Here are a couple of comparable sales:
OrganicTextiles.com sold for $1,100 in April, 2007
OrganicResources.com sold for $2,088 in April, 2008
This would make a great name for a marketing campaign for the manufacturers of organic clothing and other clothing industry voices to get the word out and encourage people to dress organic. There's no better name for an informational website geared towards consumers to learn more about wearing organic clothing.

DressOrganic.com would make a great domain for people to buy organic clothing from the plethora of organic clothing outlets online, and also would be a good site to locate organic clothing manufacturers, factories, wholesalers etc.

The site could also be built into a niche social network for people and businesses interested in the topic. The domain would make a great forum for like minded people to discuss their decision to dress organic and share ideas and interact with each other. Going Green is a very hot topic nowadays and the DressOrganic.com domain would make a bold statement for a marketing campaign, similar to how the "Got Milk" campaign to brought awareness to that industry.

A search on Google brings a very large number of advertisers bidding for the term.

Google's keyword tool reports 3,600 searches per month for the phrase, and the expanded results bring a huge number of searches and people interested in the overall topic.

Here are a couple of comparable sales:
OrganicTextiles.com sold for $1,100 in April, 2007
OrganicResources.com sold for $2,088 in April, 2008
 
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While I would obviously much prefer organicdress.com, this one still has a potential - not so much for somebody parking it, but for an end-user involved in the sale or promotion of organic clothes. Within the context of a wider awareness of environmental issues and a taste for "natural" fabrics, there is a future for such names. If the buyer does not intend to develop it, I would suggest to the future owner to be ready to keep it until the right buyer comes - it might take a few years.
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DressOrganic.com really doesn't make sense to me and may make people that see it, scratch their head.

The domain "could" be used in marketing as Telling people to dress in organic clothes and the domain would make more sense, but it's a stretch.

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I understand "eat organic" as an understandable term. It implies the word "food" as in "eat organic food". The equivalent term here would be "wear organic", and not "dress organic".

Just as "eat organic" implies "food" ie "eat organic food", "wear organic" implies "clothes", ie "wear organic clothes".

"Dress organic" on the other hand, is...
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There are only three reasons for a domain investor to buy a name:
- park it for traffic
- develop it for ad revenue
- sell (or lease) it to an end-user
(or let inspire you to start a business:
install a drop-ship sales catalog,
a lead-generation directory site, etc.,
which isn't really domain investing...
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While this domain doesn't make sense to me, I believe it can be branded for the right product as described in the auction commentary. A search for "organic clothes" in Google bring up relative companies who may find this domain useful in a marketing campaign.

Many people are concerned about food and the chemicals used to grow and process them, therefore switching to organic. "Organic" is the current trend in food. It's only a matter of time before it makes its marketing appearance with clothes.
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I dabble in "organic" domains myself, but I am not a huge fan of this one. I believe organic domains are most valuable when used in conjunction with a specific product. For example; organic wool, organic shirts, organic underwear, etc. Also, food-related organics are simply worth a little more as well, because the industry is more developed than organic textiles.

Based upon my scale of worth, I believe this domain is worth between $500 and $2,500. I personally would not sniff unless it...
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Chef Patrick of ChefPatrick.com

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My mom taught me if I don't have anything nice to say then don't say it at all.

Basically that says it all.
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This domain's market does have a strong following, both "Dress" and "Organic" are in high demand as part of combination phrases. However, the phrase "Dress Organic" seems more targeted to promoting organic dresses rather than selling them.

Considering this was registered 2 years ago and no one was interested enough to buy a .net or hyphen, I would guess that if there was a market for this domain it is vanishing with the rest of the economy.
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This is one of the few domains in my career where I've been unable to find a single positive.

The phrase 'dress organic' is so wrong, in so many ways. If the order of the words were reversed, this would be an average domain. However as it stands I see no inherent value, a complete vacuum as it relates to development potential, and no apparent reason for the domain's...
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I don't see it.

One one hand it's a clear directive to do something. On the other hand, however, it's a directive to 'dress organic'. Where's the value in that?

I can see maybe it has a use as a earth minded public service campaign to get people to dress in bio-degradable clothing. But how would that be monetized and hence lend value to this name?

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