I keep buying domains in the $10-$300 range and when I sell them it is usually in the $1,000-$5,000 range. Your strategy is whatever works best for you. Some people prefer buying a domain for $10,000 and trying to sell it for $30,000. That is great and I’d love that, but if you’re unable to move it you are sitting on $10,000 in capital that is tied up. That’s why I prefer buying the little guys and hitting those singles instead of having a home run. It is much healthier for my cash flow. Here’s the list…

My Top 5 Picks

PersonalFinances.org – sites that help people manage their personal finances always do well, especially in rough economic times.

Noye.com – pronounceable CVCV.com domain. I’m a bidder here.

SeoLive.com – after Panda and Penguin people are looking for SEO services now more than ever. This is a pretty decent name to open up shop on.

43.net – rare NN.net domain. I went to 42.net and 44.net and no developed sites. Just sayin.

Sendo.com – has the ring of an email service or autoresponder software.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

ForceInc.com – may the Force (Inc) be with you.

FastComparison.com – comparisons on products, or insurance, or whatever.

AllFind.com – brandable name, sounds like a search engine.

SchoolDeals.com – great name for the back to school shopping season.

OutdoorPlumbing.com – great name for a plumber who can set up toilets and showers outdoors for those who like to do it in nature.

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

Whitens.com – a toothpaste company should want this one for their products that whitens your teeth.

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