It is always amazing to me how stupid some people are. I think everyone understands the concept that if you want to build a brick and mortar business (like a gas station) it makes sense to do it on a property that gets high visibility and high traffic. Yes, you pay more for that type of property as opposed to one in the back woods somewhere, but in the end it is worth it because you generate significantly more revenue. But people can’t translate that concept to domain names. From a SEO perspective it might not matter too much if you own Computers.com or BobsComputers.com, but think about it from a consumer standpoint. If you are looking at the results in Google, which brand would you naturally gravitate to and visit first? Some people just don’t get it. Here’s today’s list…

My Top 5 Picks

Contact.info – keyword works nicely with the extension here.

OutdoorSupply.com – if you sell stuff for the outdoors this is a nice domain to put your goods on.

Gimmee.com – surprisingly there are quite a few businesses that use this in their name .

AllMortgages.com – huge keyword which pays a ton per click or even more per referral.

TempPosition.com – nice as nice as TempJob would have been but a pretty decent second.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

StudentStartup.com – I think a site that wrote about student startup projects would generate a lot of traffic.

Rolld.com – so trendy without the “e”.

Skateboards.me – great keyword, the extension it is with is another story. Unless you get skateboarders to write their personal blogs on here.

CincinnatiDUI.com – I’m pretty sure there is a wise drunk driving lawyer in Cincinnati who would want this.

FishingPole.org – really, only 2 bids on this? Someone might be getting a steal.

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

Nas.info – you can turn this into a dedication site about the wrapper Nas, or if you want a better use try selling it to one of the tons of companies that use NAS in their name. Over 1 billion results in Google for NAS.

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