Has anyone out there made any good flips on Namejet purchases recently? I bought BoozeCruise.com on Namejet for around $2,200-$2,400 range and sold it for $7,500 a few months ago. I have a few others I’m still sitting on that I’m going to start contacting end users about and we’ll see how that goes. Here’s the list…


 You can click on any of the domain names to be taken to its auction page.

I also did a post the other day with 222 domains that looked pretty good and only had 1 bid on them (at the time of publication). You can check out that list HERE if you want to.

My Top 5 Picks

Tinter.com – could be a site for tinting products or a directory for local tinters in your area.

MiamiDesign.com – home design, web design, clothing design, lots of possible geo uses here.

Boner.net – a tribute site to that kid on Growing Pains, or a possible subdomain fear.boner.net could be about the fear boner from “The League” (great sitcom about fantasy football and friends if you’ve never watched it).

Market360.com – personally I’ve never been a fan of the “360” domains but I have to admit they seem to sell pretty well.

Scorecast.com – there’s already tons of sports score sites, but this is a nice name for another one.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

WaterTime.com – sounds like a water slide park name, or maybe the next name for that ridiculous water bar that opened in NYC.

CruiseDealAlert.com – collect emails to send people hot cruise offers via your affiliate commission link. Score.

iLoveChat.com – has an app name ring to it.

TattooBoston.com – I think BostonTattoo sounds better but you could probably flip it to one of the many tattoo shops in Boston.

JewishCookies.com – while I’ve never seen a Jewish cookie shop I’d imagine there has to be such a thing, maybe you could trade the domain for their cookies of the month club membership.

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

Duchette.com – last name, email people with the name until you find a vanity purchaser out there.

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