Buy Acatry.com – $7,125

The domain Acatry.com is for sale! Acatry is a great domain for hospitality, food and beverage, storage solutions, eCommerce and more. Acatry is also a dictionary word which means A room or place used to store provisions purchased for the king.

More specifically the Oxford English Dictionary defines acatry as the following: (a) Provisions bought in rather than made in the house, esp. meat and fish.  (b) A place of storage of, or staff responsible for, such provisions in a large household, spec. the English royal household.

Here is an example from the book The household below stairs: Acatry 1660-1761:

The acatry was responsible for the reception and storage of meat for the royal tables. In 1660 the establishment of the acatry consisted of a clerk and a sergeant, appointed by royal warrant, and a yeoman of the salt stores, yeomen and grooms, appointed by lord steward’s warrant.

It is believed that acatry and the word catering both derive from the French acheter, which means to buy.

Why buy Acatry.com?

  • It is a short 6 letter domain
  • It is a dictionary word with relevant meaning to several industries
  • It is a dotcom domain, the most desired of all domain extensions.
  • It has no history in archive.org, which also is a strong indicator that it has not been used for spam.
  • Domaintools.com shows that Acatry.com has 7 years of whois records and 13 years of nameserver, ip, and registrar changes.  Some SEO experts speculate that older domains have better SEO value than domains that have been registered for the first time.
  • Namebio.com shows that domain sells with ‘catering’ in the name have sold as much as $15,000 in recent times.
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How can you use Acatry.com?

Acatry is a great brandable domain, that also can be used across many industries. Here are a few ideas for this domain:

  1. Use Acatry as a name for a restaurant, cafe, or pub.
  2. Use Acatry as a name for a butcher shop.
  3. Use Acatry as a name for a boutique grocery store.
  4. Use Acatry as a name for a grocery supplier for large chains.
  5. Rebrand your local food store as Acatry.
  6. Create an eCommerce website for specialised foods and beverages.
  7. Use Acatry.com as a social network for chefs and others in the food and beverage industry.
  8. Use Acatry.com as a dining club or network.
  9. Create a catering service on Acatry.com.
  10. Use Acatry.com as food or restaurant critic.
  11. Use Acatry.com for a cooking channel on youtube or other social networks.
  12. Use Acatry.com as a name for a food science brand.
  13. Use Acatry.com as a specialised food storage device.
  14. Use Acatry.com as a food storage centre.
  15. Use Acatry as a name for a boutique accommodation, such as a hotel with a fine dining service.
  16. Use Acatry as a highly secured storage facility.
  17. Use Acatry as a cloud service, securing highly sensitive documents online.
  18. Use Acatry as a premium security guard service

Buy Acatry.com for $7,125.00 USD

How did we come up with this price? We carefully evaluated Acatry.com based on several factors, some of which include:

  • Domain name extension
  • Length of domain and characters used
  • Similar domain sales.
  • Domain age and history
  • Keywords in the domain: this may include the following: search volume, cost per click, dictionary coverage, and/or multi-lingual coverage.

Tools used for this evaluation may include Majestic SEO, DomCop, Google Ads Keyplanner, SpyFu, Keyword Keg, DomainTools, Archive.org, NameBio.com for sold domains, Sedo for domains currently on the market.

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References and credits

  • Photo by unsplash.com/@viniciusamano
  • https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/acatry
  • “acatry, n.”. OED Online. September 2020. Oxford University Press. https://www.oed.com/view/Entry/953?redirectedFrom=acatry
  • “The household below stairs: Acatry 1660-1761,” in Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837, ed. R O Bucholz (London: University of London, 2006), 415-418. British History Online, accessed October 14, 2020, http://www.british-history.ac.uk/office-holders/vol11/pp415-418.