Went to a wedding and was at the bar having a few drinks and started talking to a group of guys and one them asked what I do. So as part of my answer I mention domain names and all of a sudden this other guy that’s there has his eyes light up and I know right off the bat I’m in trouble. If he just did domain names and wanted to shoot the shit the eyes wouldn’t have lighted up. The eyes signify here’s a person who is about to try to pick my brain for the next 2 hours. It’s happened before and here we go. I’m polite for 10 minutes but after that I reached my limit and told him I like to take the weekend off from work so I didn’t want to discuss domains anymore and wanted to enjoy the wedding. 3 more times over the course of the night he tries bringing it up again. Some people. Here’s the list…
My Top 5 Picks
Bean.org – beans, beans, the magic fruit, the more you eat them, the…. ah forget it.
MobileToolbox.com – as I’ve said before mobile is hot. Good domain to sell some online mobile software, apps, etc…
AsiaNow.com – tourism in Asia is definitely at an all time high, nice domain to sell some tickets on.
FontGallery.com – people are always looking for different fonts to use, set up a gallery and watch the traffic come in… just the little matter of monetizing it.
Munz.com – pronounceable 4L.com as well as a last name and a name used in businesses. Lots of end users to pick from.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
ParkingTools.com – great domain for one of the plethora of parking companies to pick up and brand.
CremationBurial.com – here’s a morbid domain for you. Not sure if undertakers or funeral owners are domain savvy but if so…
Qualitytattoos.com – this just sounds like a tattoo shop’s name.
SocialNetworkPros.com – lots of people now getting into social media marketing, this is a great domain to build a business on.
WashingtonPlumber.com – there’s gotta be at least one plumber in Washington who understands having this domain will help his business.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
MovieProjector.net – only 3 bidders surprisingly, think it is a nice product domain.