You know what the domain world is missing. A broker who can take those middle level names and market them to end users. Sure, if a premium domain comes up that is worth $500k the brokers will be tripping over themselves to get it under contract and they’ll make calls to market it. I’m not sure if there is a broker who will go to lengths for a domain in the $5,000-$10,000 range. Sure they’ll send it out to their email lists which may have a lot of end users, but those aren’t really targeted to your domains more likely than not. I wouldn’t mind a broker who charged 20-25% for these sweet spot domains but he/she or their team would actually do the research and make the calls trying to sell the domain. If anyone currently already does it to this degree let me know. Here’s the list…

My Top 5 Picks – LL domains in a major extension always have value. If I remember correctly the domain sold on Namejet a few months ago in the very low five figure range. – build a site, rank it high in the SERPs, and then sell ad space or listings to people. Cha-ching. – the L word domains always bring a nice price, was auctioned on Namejet this past week and sold for $5k. – dog site, nuff said. – see the above plan for the wedding planners domain and do it for this one too. People make six figures a year doing this plan.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders – everyone loves weekly specials. – typo for domain, duhhhhhhhh. – like this domain, fantasy football, fantasy movies, fantasy adult entertainment, lots of possible uses. – remember when domains that emitted a vowel were the rage, i.e. Flickr. Maybe? – harddrive recovery service meet your brandable domain.

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000) – lots of Josh Taylor’s out there, and every year there’s always a few more added to the mix.

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