I love when things happen like you plan for them to… I bought a domain at an expired domain auction for around $1,500 two weeks ago. I used this new tool I had created to search for the keyword in Google, get me the domain name for every natural search result and ad on the first two pages. Then it grabbed me the whois emails for those domains. And I sent an email out to the list. Have one person I’m negotiating with on the domain, their offer is up to $5k but I know this is at least a $10k domain (more if I am patient and sit and wait). While I haven’t sold it yet, the process took me literally minutes and if I accepted their current offer it would be a couple grand of profit for a few minutes of work. Here’s the list…

My Top 5 Picks

Domans.com – I’m sure you all can find a use for a typo of ‘domains’.

Tortured.com – you could go the gory route and put those gross videos on this domain (they do get a lot of views) or you could list out all the shows that women watch that torture you if they want you to watch them too.

Reprinted.com – nice domain to sell reprints of famous works of art.

Sorrows.com – a liquor company should buy this domain and people can drown their sorrows in (liquor brand).

Orom.com – pretty decent VCVC.com domain.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

TrainMyPuppy.com – sounds like a book title, write up an ebook and sell it on this domain name.

Bleach.org – it washes clothes to get your whites whiter, or if you drink it you’ll die.

3Dsex.net – if 3D ever becomes mainstream (doubtful at the moment) this is a nice domain.

XXXhouse.com – sounds like a fun house.

Craved.com – you could put a list of things that pregnant women craved during pregnancy and give expecting fathers a heads up on what they need to buy at the grocery store.

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)

CelebrityNude.net – people go crazy to see nude celebrity pics. Not sure of the fascination but whatever floats your boat.

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