As it is coming near the end of the year one thing I like to do that helps with my online businesses is to take a good hard look at everything from the past year and see what worked well, what didn’t work too well, where improvement needs to be made, and where there could be some good opportunity for the upcoming year. This applies to domaining to. I’ll see what type of domains I had good success selling this year, how I sold them, what I learned from the negotiations, and then I’ll put together a plan to hopefully grow my domaining in 2013. Here is today’s list…
My Top 5 Picks
visionsurgery.com – nice name to sell to Lasik or another of the eye vision surgery companies.
mobiletelevisions.com – they say everything is going mobile, televisions too? Maybe.
videotestimony.com – if you can’t buy video testimonial this is a pretty good second choice.
domainnaming.com – domainers will love domain naming. Good name for a forum for domainers to talk about things on.
spywarescanner.com – spyware products are huge, lots of affiliate commission in them.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
bumply.com – has that sound like someone may want it one day as a cool sounding site, I’d risk $100 on it but not much more.
raycraft.com – it’s a last name, it also has business names using it.
kitchenrack.com – I think we have like 3 racks in our kitchen. Good domain to sell them on.
serverdatarecovery.com – data recovery is a high dollar market, not a bad place to be.
sedonasprings.com – only 2 bidders currently on this term that has quite a few possible end users.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
rentcubicles.com – a lot of companies have extra cubicle space at their offices, wouldn’t be a bad idea to generate some income by renting it out.