Before we get into the list here’s some recent auction results from Namejet that I found interesting… ContactCenters.com sold for $15,809 which seems high to me, SandyBeaches.com for $3,001 and I’m not sure what someone will do with the domain, Eggwhite.com sold for $3,256 while EggYolk.com sold for $977 so we all now know what the most valuable part of the egg is, 3Dstream.com brought in $611 so looks like domainers are not too optimistic on 3D, 7274.com sold for $1,620 while 8924.com sold for $850 which can lead us to assume that having a double number makes it worth about double, and Rale.com sold for $3,633 which shows the CVCV.com market is still alive and healthy. Here’s the list…
My Top 5 Picks
Dingling.com – every guy has one, unless you were convicted of a sex crime in the middle east and then they probably chopped yours off.
NoDeal.com – there’s the popular TV show Deal or No Deal. Also makes a nice email address when you want to tell someone with a bad offer to piss off.
Realife.com – some people like these domains where two words will share a letter. They are not for me. But maybe it is for you.
TheBeehive.com – that sexy hairstyle from the I think 60’s. Bring that bad boy back and watch the guys run (away).
EducationBoard.com – every district has one and usually the parents are not happy with it.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
32bit.com – it’s a term that computer geeks would love to have. Good name for a PC store.
Discoverers.com – I think a site about Columbus, Coranado, De Leon, and company would be pretty damn interesting.
AutomotiveLift.com – in every garage/repair shop they have one. And I’d bet that they cost a pretty penny.
LAconsultants.com – maybe it’s too generic, but I would wager there’s a ton of consultants in LA.
WhileYouWereOut.com – could see this being a user submitted funny image site.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
RefinanceForum.com – with interest rates at historical lows refinancing is something everyone should be looking at. It’s also a high paying keyword and has good CPA offers that pay out $20-$100.