I’ve gotten a few emails of people explaining a domain name that they bought and asking me how they can quickly flip the domain. You usually do not want to buy a domain if you have no idea on how you can sell it. If you see something and you feel you can get it at a great value and you know it is a steal then buy it, but don’t email someone asking for a plan on how to sell it. That’s being lazy and if you’re too lazy to at least put together a plan I will be too lazy to respond to you. Here’s the list…
My Top 5 Picks
ExclusiveGroup.com – everybody wants to be part of one, sell them a membership for $499.99 a year and watch how many suckers buy it.
TshirtPrinters.com – the profit margin in tshirt printing is ridiculous. If you can drive volume you can get rich quick.
OutdoorMats.com – good product domain, especially for a manufacturer of the product.
Microbikini.net – the only thing better than a bikini… a micro bikini.
Sherlock.org – you could solve online mysteries here, like how Digg got run into the ground yet Kevin Rose still got hired to run an investment fund.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
Slore.com – easy to say 5L.com.
Secondhand.co – what better place to sell secondhand items then on a secondhand domain extension.
dgdr.com – four good letters, not too many bidders.
Author.info – nice .info keyword domain, I actually just bought probably my best .info domain at auction very recently.
RecoverDocs.com – if you sell a software to recover documents this is a good domain to sell it on.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
NewYorkCitySubwaymaps.com – maybe you could sell these online, or you’d get more traffic giving away PDFs of them and putting advertising on your site.