I’ve decided to become more proactive in attempting to sell some of my domain names and am in the process of hiring an outsourced worker to find end users and send out contact emails to them. I’ve had success sitting back and letting offers come in, but in order to kick it into overdrive I need to generate more sales and the cost of a worker for a year can easily be offset by just one domain sale. Here’s the list…
My Top 5 Picks
Chie.com – it’s a 4L.com, it’s an acronym, it’s a first name, it’s a stock’s call letters… lots of uses.
Elway.com – popular football player who is now the general manager of the Denver Broncos (or maybe he’s the President).
TabletSkins.com – if you want a skin for your tablet you can buy one here. As tablets will only get more popular I imagine this domain’s value will increase with time.
DailyChecklist.com – good name to make a site where people can list out their daily activities and then they can email it to themselves or send it via text message to themselves.
AOIE.com – there’s only a limited number of VVVV.com’s so I think it is a good investment. Supply will keep going down as more end users develop on them.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
EggWhite.com – it’s the healthy part of the egg for you. Sounds like a good name for a comedy site.
Connor.net – popular first name.
NudeResorts.net – you know 18 year old guys would be reading this site planning where to take a vacation. They’ll be in for a surprise when there’s all 80 year olds there.
DuneBuggies.net – surprised there’s only 3 bidders on this one. Dunebuggies are very cool, you just need a sandy place to ride them.
ChinGuard.com – it’s a real product. Sell it to a company that manufactures them.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
iPracticed.com – put an “i” in front of a keyword and there’s people out there who will want it.