The weekend is almost here and its been friggin hot in the northeast. I keep wondering who are the people who let these great domains expire. Oh well, their loss is everyone else’s gain. Here’s the list…
You can click on any of the domain names to be taken to its auction page.
My Top 5 Picks
BoatingCourse.com – I’m looking into a jetski and need to take a course/class on this, so there’s even more people who need to take a boating course in order to get their boating license.
RubyRails.com – never used Ruby on Rails before but I’ve heard that it is pretty popular.
LeadForum.com – lead generation is big bucks, maybe a membership forum here to help teach people how to drive leads.
SugarMills.com – 89.3% of the population has a sweet tooth (I just made that stat up).
075.org – I never understood buying a numeric domain that starts with a zero but then again I’m not big into numerics.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
USwarrants.com – not sure how popular a site that lists warrants on it would be (or even if that would be a legal site) or could be about US company stock warrants.
017.org – if I put the first one on here I gotta put the second one too. Notice that “too” has two o’s, I think only 3.2% of the population knows when to correctly use this version of to/too (yes, another made up stat).
iGetPaid.com – great name for an affiliate site or some type of affiliate promotion product or work at home product.
TopCellPhones.com – Amazon affiliate site for cell phones? I think electronics get a 4% commission in Amazon (check that) so a $300 cell phone would give you a $12 commission…
TasteSpace.com – social network for all the foodies out there.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
MyServe.com – great name for an instructional tennis site. Can easily sell for over $1,000 to the right person.