Today’s list is kind of impressive. It is much better than I have seen in a while. I see some names in here which can easily be developed and turned into cash cows. Pick and choose wisely, but don’t spend more than you are willing to afford!
This morning I found myself not wanting to get up. I miss being able to sleep in when I was working my own hours. There’s something about being on a schedule that doesn’t necessarily work well with my circadian rhythm. It really is a small price to pay for the type of job I am working, but I can’t ignore the fact that I do have to work on the weekends. Then again I work 7 minutes away from my house, so I shouldn’t be complaining at all. I should be getting up even earlier!
Onto today’s list! Btw, there are plenty of more domains to add to the list. I didn’t want to delay getting it out since the auctions are about to start. Make sure to look through names I haven’t included as you just might find a winner.
celebpromoter.com - Everyone seems to have connections here in Los Angeles, but the ones who derive a business from it normally aren’t the ones who have the connections. Anyone can pay to have famous people in there circle, but true connections revolve around things that money can’t buy and normally that is friendship. Go figure!
cmpny.com - Seems like a great typo or abbreviation for company. It works in my opinion.
couponcodesdaily.net - Yah it is a .net, but the keywords are strong and worth it.
depositvoucher.com - Can’t go wrong with something that sounds important like this.
distancebetween.org - Great pair of words here, could be developed or flipped.
donationwall.com - This is one of my favorite names in the list today. There are a ton of donation walls out there, why not virtualize the entire process?
ebusinesscoaching.com - This domain is definitely a no brainer.
fitdad.com - There have been a great deal of dad themed domain names dropping lately. Here is another great one.
fitnessbeta.com - I sold a name this year to a company developing fitness software, maybe I should see if they want this one.
gamingdesks.org - Yes it is a .org, but when you realize how serious gamers take there setups then you realize there is big money in this type of stuff.
intellisingles.com - Short for intelligent singles?
invisionlegacy.com - Great phrase and I am pretty sure I have heard this before.
jobshift.com - I am on one of these right now!
keylogspy.com - We used to installing these programs on friend’s computers in college as a prank. Who would of known the NSA would be pranking us at the exact same time.
lasvegashometheater.com - People who live in Vegas don’t really go to the strip, so setups like this would make sense for them.
mailfaster.com - Email is probably the #1 one complaint when it comes to interoffice communication.
modernenergyplan.com - This has Elon Musk written all over it.
namemybusiness.com - Maybe BrandBucket has a need for a domain like this?
natureredesigned.com - Great name, maybe it could be used for a landscaping company.
ODXN.com - Just another 4 letter domain name which will be purchased by someone. Warning: There are a ton of these dropping today and they all look similar.
phoenixdirectresponse.com - Big business, regardless of the city that this name is targeting.
phpldarticle.com - Name of a popular article directory script. Be careful when bidding on this one.
preserveinnocence.org - I’ve heard this term used a number of times. Popular enough to be worth something, even if it is a .org.
realtimeboards.com - Great name for a message board.
rehabilitationforums.org - Create an awesome resource to help people during the rehabilitation process.
satelliteimagery.com - This one is a winner folks and will most likely go for a pretty penny. Strong keywords here!
seophase.com - Every website consists of phases and the SEO phase is probably one of the most important.
skinnyworks.com - Another potential brand name for the weight loss sector.
smsack.com - I work in the mobile energy and this is a common abbreviation we tend to throw around. It is short for SMS acknowledgement. I’m thinking about bidding on this one.
soywholesale.com - This name speaks for itself.
textmonster.com - Decent brand name for the mobile industry.
uploadmd.com - Sounds like a decent medical name, maybe something that a startup in the health industry could utilize.
waterdispensers.net - You’ve probably quenched your thirst on one of these before.
wirelessnetworkrouter.net - These are very popular indeed, I have a cheap one at the house.
youlou.com - There are some big bids being placed on this name, it is worthy of being added to the list.
The list is over, but I want to save you some money so let’s post some promo eye candy for you to have a little fun with:
Today’s list has around 60 domains ripe for the picking. I try not to make lists of this size too often, because it really does take some time to compile them. Since I had a little time, I decided to go for the gusto.
My buddy George Verdugo is in town and I’m looking forward to connecting with him this weekend. He’s a good guy who tends to have a great eye for business. If you haven’t heard about his latest venture, I suggest you check out this interview I found on YouTube.
19210.com - Not all numeric domains are created equal, but this one seems like it could live up to the hype.
affilinews.com - Sounds like an affiliate site created by Lil Wayne. Affili, Affili, Affili….
articlewagon.com - The best place to store those minisite articles you’ve been saving over the years.
bestlandlord.com - Now this would be a fun site to visit. There aren’t too many people who like there landlords.
bigdfoodtrucks.com - Who would order food from a small food truck?
boatninja.com - The word ninja makes everything sound better.
buywhisky.com - I wonder what you would sell on this website…
captchacracker.com - These tools have gotten quite sophisticated lately.
clifftowers.com - It sounded good.
cloudvideostream.com - Yes, the cloud keyword has been plastered just about everywhere. Here is one last cloud name to add to your collection.
contentwhiz.com - I’m off to see the wizard…
contentwriting360.com - 360, just like ninja makes everything sound better.
dadventures.com - Who said Mom’s should have all of the fun?
digitalecontent.com - The e is a little redundant, but the name works
discountgolfware.com - Could either be a clothing or software play for golf.
endlesstrek.com - I used to take these when I was a kid walking home from school. I didn’t live anywhere near it.
fastautolending.com - I thought all auto lending was considered to be fast.
firearmcollector.com - There are those of us who buy to sell and there are those of us who buy to collect.
getfish.com - Reminds me of gold fish for some reason.
glowrugs.com - Maybe a rug store that specializes in glow in the dark rugs? Could be an interesting niche to be in.
homeschoolsetup.com - Probably my favorite name in today’s list. I always wondered how parents would go about setting up home schooling for there kids.
huntingoutletstore.com - Great name, which describes exactly what to expect.
infinityandbeyond.com - Be careful with this one, not sure if there is some sort of copyright or trademark on it.
intelligentpos.com - This could have dual meanings, but let’s keep it clean and say it stands for point of sale.
kerub.com - Dictionary word, one that can be sounded out.
lfsm.com - Just throwing in a 4 letter domain for the heck of it.
likedsocial.com - There have been a ton of social names dropping. Combine liked and social and you have a powerhouse combination.
linkysite.com - Linky, Linky!
lotusadvertising.com - Interesting name for an advertising agency.
lowerratemortgage.com - I cringe almost every time I see a mortgage name. There are way too many of them out there, but if you spend the time to develop them you might just get the returns you are looking for.
mommyideas.com - Combine this one with DadVentures and you just might have something…
notarycourse.com - There will always be a need for these.
oogj.com - Something Fred Flinstone would say.
partyandwedding.com - We only go to weddings for the parties, let’s be honest here.
pimpmyfile.com - Maybe you can get Xzibit to host this new online series for you.
plasticsurgeryresource.com - Another saturated industry, but if you have the time you could develop and make it work.
printablegreetingcardsonline.com - The domain is a little long, but it makes perfect sense.
proxysector.com - Proxy names sometimes come equipped with droves of traffic. Pick and choose wisely.
puttzone.com - Nice name for a golf site.
reallyniceguys.com - Thanks
rebatesandpromos.com - And domains are interesting, especially ones connecting two premium keywords.
relocationadvisor.com - Big money in relocation assistance.
replacementcanopies.com - Canopies are pricey and replacements are always in demand. You do the math on this one.
s4storage.com - Look this name up and you will see why I put it on the list. Great hosting name, I’m pretty sure you could flip this one fairly quick.
seoall.com - SEO is another hype play, but the name sounds good.
seocompaniesnewyork.com - I am sure there are a ton of these companies in New York.
simplerelationshipbuilding.com - Keep relationship building simple stupid.
supplementbuy.com - Gotta love the buy keyword, I instantly think e-commerce when I see them.
surfwithpros.com - This is a great idea, one which would definitely work for a company in Los Angeles.
sweetorweak.com - The next hot or not?
tagfuse.com - I like the word fuse, maybe it’s because it is plastered all over Subway when I eat there.
takeoutrestaurants.com - Great name, maybe flip it to the many startups out there who are kicking butt connecting you with food!
upgradeseo.com - Another awesome seo brand in the making. I could think of several sites that need an seo upgrade.
uscrentalhouse.com - The USC name might cause some problems down the line, so be careful bidding on this one.
weaponsplus.com - Guns, guns, and more guns and the empty beer can or two.
weightlossfirst.com - Yes, just what the world needed! Another weight loss domain name.
xtremefatlosstips.com - And less go for the gold with yet another strong weight loss name. Great way to end today’s list, I think I shed a few calories just looking at this name.
Let’s end today’s list on a good note with a code that you probably already used: $5.99 .Com!
For those of you who prefer promo eye candy here you go:
As the GoDaddy auction for .LA domains winds down today, I found myself watching a screen full of keyword.la names that I decided not to place bids on. It’s not the fact that I don’t like .LA domains, I just rather put less effort into making an extension work for me. All of the names that I have sold this year for a considerable profit have all been .COM domains.
I’m sure some of the names which were acquired in this auction will eventually be developed. That’s what the .LA brand is missing. I associate a successful extension with the amount of established websites developed using that extension. I can’t actually remember the last time that I visited a .LA site. I’ve visited .com, .net, .org, .me, .info, .co and even .biz sites, but never a dot LA.
I’m not sure how soon the trend will change for the extension, but unfortunately there is nothing proven about it. I don’t see individuals in Los Angeles clawing at the extension to be the home for LA. I’ve lived in Los Angeles all my life and have seen waves of trends and fads fly right through here. Some of which were very profitable for the small time that they existed. When it comes to a domain extension we are not looking for a short-term period of profitability or hype. We are looking for something that has staying power and I don’t think .LA does.
When you read this blog entry, please note this is coming from a LA native. I don’t see the people of Los Angeles calling .LA their home. Here in LA we like to be different, but we also like to do things big and .COM is the only way to make those big things happen. I see .COM domains on a weekly basis out here and I even see .net and .org domains. The .LA extension has been around for quite some time and I haven’t passed by one advertisement sporting the extension.
This tells me that this isn’t a good domain investment and the hype will eventually die out just like the profits from those that chose to invest in it. My advice is not to burn a whole in your wallet this early on. There will be several extensions like this stepping out of the wood work promising riches, when indeed they can only push the extension as far as their marketing efforts will take them.
Time to close up shop for today and enjoy a little of what Los Angeles has to offer. I hope everyone is having a great week!
Yes the auctions have started and some of the names below might have already passed by, but at least you get a great list of names to filter through. I do my best to save you from looking through the BS everyday. On another note, the weather is perfect out here in Los Angeles and I think I am going to head to the beach for a bike ride. Not sure how early I’ll be heading over there, but I can’t wait. These are the things that LA people do when they have a bit of free time and why not. We are spoiled almost on a yearly basis to be living in such an amazing place.
If I end up going, I’ll see if I can snap a few photos and post them on the blog. Enjoy today’s list and bid within reason. Don’t overbid and spend money you do not have. This is a speculative industry and you have to be smart about what you buy. Now go out there and bid away!
AbstractMagazine.com - Decent name for a magazine about art, fashion or design. Might even work for a weed magazine. How abstract can you let your mind be?
AfricanPottery.com - This is quite popular as it is normally made from scratch. The pottery tends to last for a lifetime as well. Great name which already has several bids on it.
AmazingInterWebs.com - I used to work with a guy who would abuse the term interwebs frequently. It got to a point where the term itself was no longer funny to me, but then again maybe it is as I have added it to this list.
AuctionValet.com - You should easily be able to sell it to the company named Auction Valet, then again if they don’t realize you are trying to do them a favor it just might end up in a UDRP. Pick your poison young grasshopper!
BNRA.com - Decent 4 letter domain name. Four premium letters will most like bring in one big premium price with this name. Here are two words for you not to forget: DON’T OVERPAY!
BookCare.com - In a far, far, far land there is a company which repairs ancient scrolls and books worth thousands of dollars. Sell it to this company as they probably don’t have a website. Bring them into the digital age with this precious name.
BridalWeddingHairstyles.com - Everyone knows weddings are one big deal after the other. If it isn’t the gowns, then it is all about the hair and makeup. Create a resource for brides to be to browse through the many different hairstyles that are available. I could see you partnering with some uber successful photographers asking if they would pimp their photos for you to showcase on your site. Make it happen!
BuyAFlower.com - For those of you cheap skates that just want to buy a flower. Yes, there is a market for this and the person on the receiving end just might understand.
ByteForums.com - Great name for a computer forum, this will help you stand out from the 100,000 other forums that are out there already dedicated to the topic.
CallMyBluff.com - Great poker three word poker name.
CareInfo.com - In America we need websites like this developed to show us how to care again. We’ve been numbed and dumbed down by the media so much that sometimes we forget what is truly important. Bring reality back into our lives by developing a meaningful website which features compassion and ways to care for the world and everything in it.
CelebrityTrashcan.com - This is absolutely one of the best names I have seen for a celebrity gossip site. I mean come on, this is where all that news should go to begin with. Finally a gossip site with a proper name!
CodingApps.com - Everyone has app envy these days. The problem with app envy is most of us don’t know where to begin to actually compete. Has the great app rush passed by or will there be several more waves in the future? Get back to basics and code a site which helps others code apps.
DevMarketing.com - Great for a company who specializes in marketing development projects or proprietary software. This name just makes sense to me.
FreedomFromTheGrid.com - This almost sounds like an anti-grid or anti-cloud domain and to be honest with you I see more and more people getting back to building their very own hosting infrastructures. Security is what comes to mind when I hear this name and it could apply to more than just hosting. It can also apply to the NSA.
FreshPaws.com - I have two cats and one dog. Unfortunately they don’t always have the freshest paws. If this grooming company existed in my local area, I would definitely take them in. Who doesn’t want their pets to have fresh paws?
GamingSurplus.com - I’m obsessed with anything gaming and this sounds like a nice name for an e-commerce site for gamers. Today I’m debating on whether or not to start my addiction up for League Of Legends. We’ll see what happens!
HongKongWebSite.com - I know absolutely nothing about Hong Kong and would probably type these keywords into Bing to try and find a website in that region and about that region.
Jeshy.com - Not sure why, but I like the way this name sounds.
JKBS.com - For those of you that invest in four letter domains.
KTND.com - And yet another four letter domain.
LaughingTime.com - Everyone needs to schedule this on a daily basis. Great name for a comedy site or business.
LimosMichigan.com - Develop a lead generation site for limo services in Michigan. There are a number of other sites out there doing this, but with the right domain you can target a specific region and do quite well with it. Then again you can be lazy and flip it to a limousine company in Michigan.
LimousineKalamazoo.com - Reference what I said above! Lock a region up and get paid while doing so. All it takes is a little code and you are set for life.
LiveGroupShows.com - This could have several different connotations which I would rather not get into for the sake of the younger audience. Let your imagination run free, but keep it running away from the gutter.
MeetingsLink.com - Talk about buying a brand, here is one that is screaming for attention.
MensClothingOutlet.com - Sounds kind of generic, but then again it describes exactly what the target audience is looking for. There is no harm in that.
PoolAuthority.com - I placed this on the list because it sounds like a name that I sold recently. Who in the world knows, maybe if I purchased this I could go 2 for 2 with pool names.
PurpleCurve.com - Another decent name for a brand, not exactly sure what that brand might be but it is definitely a decent brandable name.
RentaAGown.com - Huge potential with this name, so huge that I might actually bid on it. Wedding gown rentals are extremely popular for those brides that are really looking to cut costs for there weddings. It makes sense in my opinion, hopefully the person I eventually marry will understand…
RestoredNoats.com - I want to buy a boat one day and maybe I will purchase it from a company that restores boats.
RetrainBrain.com - Retraining the brain is done almost everyday of our lives. Create a resource with brain games or sell it to a startup who specializes in this. Nice market, but not sure how profitable it would be.
TechForGolf.com - Some of those virtual golf games and setups are extremely expensive. You could sell a few of these items on your site and get paid well for doing it.
Training4Quality.com - Decent name and very easy to remember.
UndeniableAttraction.com - Another one of my favorite names listed in today’s list. This is the type of attraction that everyone hopes they could eventually feel. Great name for a site on dating or on pick up artists. It’s undeniable that this is an awesome name.
UsArmyBlog.com - There are a ton of army blogs out there. You could create a simple directory for them to help people navigate through the masses.
VirtualBlooms.com - Call me nerdy, but I would show at a flower site with this name. This could easily attract a great deal of attention by adding the nerdy spin to the online flower industry.
WebSiteHut.com - Excellend name for a hosting company. I might actually bid on this name.
Yogers.com - You know that buddy of yours in college that no one liked? I bet you his last name was Yogers. Own a piece of family history with the last name that no one understands how it became a last name.
You made it to the bottom of the list! Now that you have spent all of your money for today I will share a few codes with you that might save you a buck or two. Here is the code I used yesterday:
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Now let’s get into what you really like! Here is today’s promo eye candy in Spanish.
Yes that’s right, you don’t get much better than this!
I really had fun putting together today’s list. When you enjoy things it doesn’t really feel like work. I’m glad I can end up sharing these names with you and thanks to those of you who are clicking the link and participating in auctions or registering names. Every little bit helps and it really inspires me to continue spending the time to compile these lists!
Today’s list has a few gems, I’m going to let you figure out what those are. I see one to two names that I may actually bid on only because I could see them being used for either a great development project in the future or a considerable flip. For all I know I might actually miss the auction itself! For those of you who love codes, make sure to check out the bottom of this blog entry as I tend to sneak some sort of discount there on a daily basis. Enjoy!
12WeekPhysique.com – Great name for fitness that rhymes. I prefer the 10 year physique plan.
5SG.com – Here’s a nice 3 character .com domain. You don’t see too many of these anymore. Bid with caution as you will be paying a pretty penny for this one.
BookFlightsOnline.com – Great set of keywords which I am sure are highly sought after. This is the only way I book flights.
Bridgit.com – You probably daged a girl nam Bridgit in highschool. Win the auction and get her back!
ChoiceFitness.com – This is one of my favorite names in the list. I’ve always felt that fitness and healthy lifestyle options are a choice.
Crashable.com – Reminds me of mashable.com. Great name that is easy to remember that is waiting for someone to develop it.
CuriousDad.com – Great brand name, now what exactly would you sell? I’m curious?
DKRM.com – Here is a powerful set of premium letters. They may not flow together, but I bet you they stand for something important.
EverythingSweet.com – Wouldn’t you want to go up to just about anything and take a bite out of it? Well now you can!
G8Z.com – Forget the g and z in this domains, the 8 is what everyone is paying attention to. Sell this to an investor in China and walk away with a healthy profit.
GreatCanadianCruise.com – I’ve never been to Canada, but I hear they have great cruises.
GreenTreeProject.com – The ultimate eco domain name. Buy it and showcase the eco-friendly project you and your team are working on.
InsuranceHacker.com – Interesting combination of words here. It makes me feel that this service would help me lower the current rate I am paying for car insurance. Hack away on that rate for me, will ya?
LittlePinkFeet.com – Perfect name for a daycare, preschool, dance school or baby store. Very hard to forget this one folks.
PhoenixShortSaleAttorney.com – I was on my flight back from Vegas and the lady sitting next to me told me how she had to shortsale her house in LV. I am sure there are plenty of people that need this type of help in Phoenix as well. It sucks, but it is a sought after service.
PhoneLocationLookUp.com – Nice one, now develop a platform to do exactly what the name says.
PigApple.com – Nice spin on the Big Apple. I remember watching a comedy show once where the comedian said they need to drop a big bar of soap on New York, because it is dirty.
PixelFX.com – Great name for a design company. I feel like I have seen this name before, but then again it was probably one of the other thousand fx names I have seen drop.
RenewablePowerSource.com – Who would want a renewable power source? Wait a minute, what exactly would this constitute. Almost anything can be considered a renewable power source. Damn eco-friendly jargonist, you’ve won at confusing us again.
ROAF.com – Who would of thought that this would actually be someone’s last name. I know I did not! There seems to be a professional football player with this last name. Nice 4 letter combination for the win.
RocketJet.com – Sell the name to Elon Musk and watch him make your salary in an hour with it.
SavorSweets.com – Sounds like a nice name for a candy store. Who’s buying?
SimpleWillMaker.com – Keep that will simple stupid!
SomethingWonderful.com – Mr Wonderful from Shark Tank might appreciate a name like this.
SoulfulSoups.com – Reminds me of that book Chicken Soup For The Soul. There is something about souls and soups that just go together.
TaskLight.com – You probably own a task light and didn’t actually know it was called that. Big market here and decent pricepoints. Be the category killer for this segment. It will take some time to develop a real site, but you can do it my friend.
TastyLifestyle.com – Who wouldn’t want this type of lifestyle. Surround me with food and blind fold me, I will find my way out!
Udesire.com – Naught is the word that came to my mind, when I first laid eyes on this domain. Give the adult industry a name they desire!
UFLV.com – Could this stand for Ultimate Fun Las Vegas? I love the 4 letters that are in this name, because you can really spin them to make them stand for something meaningful.
Uoweme.com – Make a site which collects personal debts from family and friends. New startup company anyone? Be the personal debt collector king and watch all of your friends vanish in an instant!
VaDesigns.com – I used to design websites when I was living in Virginia. Hey wait a minute…
WaxPlants.com – Another huge niche here. Wax plants are for those of us who prefer to have perfect plants with minimal effort. You’d be amzed at how real some of these plants look. You can also burn the plant and give your significant other massages with what drips from it. Whoops, my mind is still stuck on the udesire.com domain name.
WebsitesBuiltByYou.com – Yes the site itself may look like crap, but at least you can earn points by saying you built it. I think I’ve seen a few of you use this tool before!
WineBottleArt.com – I’ve actually seen a few pieces of art made with wine bottles. It is quite exceptional I must say. Amazing what people can do with recycled goods.
WorkWithWinners.com – This was the first name I spotted today. If you work in the corporate world, then you know how important this saying is. I’ve worked with quite the opposite to this before and am glad that I am actually working with winners now. It makes things much more enjoyable!
WpCookBook.com – As if the world needed another resource dedicated to WordPress. Well forget what the world thinks and make one featuring a book written by you.
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These days I only spend about an hour or two a day investing in domains. Lucky for me, I learned that you don’t necessarily have to focus on domain investing full-time to develop an additional income stream for yourself. Although I have experienced what it feels like to be a full-time domain investor, I was never really happy with being one.
This blog entry is for those of you who have been looking to create an additional income stream for yourself, but just haven’t been able to get past the I have a full-time job mentality of thinking. The truth is you don’t need to be a full-time domain investor and the deal that I sealed recently shows that you only need to open up your email when it is time to negotiate or seal the deal.
If you are a FB friend of mine, then you know I just accepted an offer on a domain today for $1,200. I accepted this offer while I was at work. My income is compounding itself, because I am able to handle a few important tasks which don’t involve much of my time. You don’t need a team of people handling these things for you. You can be a one person operation and still do very well. I’ve generated a couple thousand this year from simply sticking to the plan. Buy names that others would buy.
As long as I stick to the plan things seem to unfold exactly the way I have intended them to. In addition to that sale, today was one of the first times I actually received interest in two names at the same time. One of the names is parked at DomainSponsor and I received a lowball offer via the generic form they provide and I had someone email me directly about another name. These are not individuals that I have gone out on an Easter egg hunt for. These are serious inquiries that have derived from the quality of domains that I have been acquiring within the last year.
It makes perfect sense, doesn’t it? The better your portfolio, the more interest it will receive. I don’t receive inquiries everyday, but normally when I do it seems to result in a decent sale. We’ll see what happens with these last two inquires. I want July to be a month to remember and selling these two names would definitely end the month with a bang!
Today’s list is being published a little late, because I didn’t have the chance to do it earlier. That’s what happens when you have a busy work schedule. I went ahead and searched for names which were expiring an hour from now so you could potentially grab one of them. There are some nice names today, too bad I won’t be competing in any of the auctions.
I’ve decided to start slowing down on buying until I make a few more sales. As for regging new names, I am pretty sure I will find a couple of those to register. I hope everyone is having a great domaining day and enjoy the list!
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CamTweet.com – With the advent of video on social networking sites, this is a no brainer.
DIYpcfix.com – Although the economy is improving, there are more people trying to do things like this themselves. Empower people by building a brand which caters to this market.
Ebalm.com – Sounds like a decent brand name, based off of a dictionary word.
LivingUnlimited.com – Who wouldn’t want to do this? Reminds me of that movie!
SocialLister.com – I love social domains, this would be great to add to a social domain portfolio.
TastyDeal.com – There is nothing better than a tasty deal. I am always looking for deals like this when I order food online.
YellowFox.com – I won’t tell you what this sounds like, but it certainly is easy to remember.
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I’ve decided to start working on my daily lists a day in advance. Instead of rushing to compile a list in the morning, I’d rather take my time and compile the list before I go to sleep. GoDaddy is still having some issues with the custom link feature and I’ve linked all of the domains below to the main auction page. Hopefully they end up working this bug out as I would love to link you directly to the auction itself. I heard if I joined the Commission Junction affiliate program I could create these links. I don’t like CJ much and would much rather be able to create these links using the GoDaddy affiliate portal.
On another note, the George Zimmerman not guilty verdict has really taken a great deal of this nation by surprise. Regardless of how you feel about this verdict, you can’t help to really think a little deeper about this country’s judicial system. Can someone really get away with murdering another individual who was not carrying a weapon? I guess this is something that will be debated for years to come. I try not to discuss matters like this on my blog, but I must say that I wasn’t happy with the verdict and feel George Zimmerman should be held accountable for murdering another human being.
Let’s get into today’s list!
AmazingBeaches.com - Maybe I am easily impressed, but I think all beaches are amazing.
AMEVA.com - Nice five letter brandable domain.
AwesomeBeds.com - I don’t think my bed would fall into this category. I think I will invest in an awesome bed soon.
Brandgineering.com - Reminds me of Disney’s Imagineering divison.
BrandRise.com - Great brand domain, maybe it could be used for a new marketing firm.
BusWorld.com - World domains always make the word sitting before it sound important.
ChanceFitness.com - I really like this phrase. I can see someone taking a chance on fitness, by visiting this developed site.
DAPIO.com - Another great brandable five letter domain name. I can’t seem to get enough of these.
FlashStyle.com - Maybe this could be used for a flash sale fashion website.
GamerSchool.com - My mind could still be stuck at EVO 2013. Gaming is big business and gamers tend to always lend a helping hand with one another. Why not create a school to help teach other gamers how to play games.
HairCrush.com - Sounds like a hair salon of some sort.
Listerr.com - This domain reminds me of fiverr.com.
MEESA.com - The double E’s in this name really make it a winner.
PostOfficeChangeOfAddress.com - This term is used all the time. Maybe you could offer a service to help people with this process.
RiseAboveTheCrowd.com - Sounds like a great slogan for a new crowd funding startup.
SmallPayment.com - Who said great things can’t come in small amounts?
SuiteTrip.com - The only hotel my girlfriend and I want to ever stay at in Las Vegas is the Palazzo. We like to stay in a suite when we take trips. I am sure there are plenty of other people who feel the same way!
TripRank.com - Great name for a trip ranking website.
VGUB.com - A four letter domain name, which is easy to pronounce and just as easy to remember.
WishingStone.com - You’d be amazed at how popular these are. You could create a site which sells these items to people that believe they work.
Yfile.com - Here is another example of a decent brandable name. Maybe it could be used for a storage startup or service?
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Back in town and back to business. Recently I had to email GoDaddy in reference to the custom link creation within their GoDaddy affiliate account. For some reason every link I would create would only point to one auction as opposed to the different domain auctions I tend to feature in my list. At this time I am not sure if they were able to fix the issue for me, so once again each link below will point to the default GoDaddy auction page.
I would greatly appreciate you click on the name, so I can get credit if you decide to participate in any of the domain auctions listed below. I enjoy being an affiliate and compiling these lists, so bare with me until I get this problem fixed. You better be having a great weekend and if you are not, do something to change that!
EcoHomeServices.com - Who doesn’t like eco friendly services for the home?
Ecorrect.com - This is the domain I put on all of my business cards.
KPNE.com - Nice four letter domain. Could have many different meanings.
OnlineGreenStore.com - My thumb is turning green just looking at this name.
ReduceOurDebts.com - Straight and to the point! Build a resource which helps people do just that.
SolarPoweredCooler.com - Almost sounds like an oxymoron, but it might make for a great product driven affiliate site. I’m pretty sure there would be room for a nice commission on this product.
TalkProperty.com - What else is there to talk about? Make a forum and benefit from the high CPC ads which you can strategically place onto it.
VaporizerOutlet.com - Vaporizing is has become extremely popular and the vaporizers themselves are not cheap. Create an outlet and setup a store on it.
WebPagesCreation.com - Reminds me of one of the site builder domains which sold recently. These services are extremely popular and pair well with hosting.
The names were decent today, hopefully you find something that quenches your domain thirst. If not then see about regging a fresh name with the promo link below:
Yesterday I had the chance to witness my first major video game competition in Las Vegas. It was amazing to see such a diverse group of attendees from all around the world. Although we didn’t stay long, I’ve been watching the streams ever since. It’s quite entertaining and might even develop into a real sport one of these days. Evo 2013 draws in the best console gamers from every region.
If you want to check out some of the live streams you can view them here. I think I’ve been bitten by the gaming bug and can’t wait to start spending a little time on the console again. I’m back in Los Angeles now and here is My Saturday Selection:
SchoolOfGolf.com – Great name which looks like it was once used for a show based on the Golf Channel. The local monthly searches are 590 and global monthly searches are 1,000. If you search Google for the term school of golf, you will notice there are a number of golf schools which use this keyword combination on their own websites. The name is already at $500 with 95 bids. I wouldn’t pay much more than that for the name, but chances are if you do acquire the name don’t look to just generate revenue off of parking.
This name should be developed or flipped to a golf school who could best utilize it. Golf is a niche which pays well and a name like this can help you own a nice piece of this niche. The .net, .org, .us, .biz and several other extensions for this keyword phrase are taken and for good reason.
Have a great Saturday everyone and Happy Bidding! Time for me to get back to work.
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