I wonder if this Google bad link disavow thing is going to impact domain names. My logic is that there’s literally tons of people who were doing SEO by building thousands of cheap backlinks because, hey, it worked. Then Google revised the algorithm and those sites plummeted. And it wasn’t realistic to try to contact thousands of sites to get the links removed. So a lot of people had to start building on a clean domain name. Now that they can revert back to the old domain name and just disavow the bad links those people won’t be buying a new name and can use the old name. Not sure how significant the number is but I bet there will be some impact. Here’s the list…

My Top 5 Picks

Floy.com – hey, it’s easy to say and short. That makes it sell for about a grand.

FreeMag.com – there’s an affiliate offer somewhere for free magazines, the person needs to complete the form with their name, address, etc… and they get a free mag. Would convert well with this domain name.

Edmonton.org – Geo domain alert.

JRC.org – lots of potential end users and some of them look like they would fit well with the .org extension.

SafetyInNumbers.com – popular phrase, especially if you’re walking around in shady places.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

NutritionalCenter.com – good domain to brand and build out a site on.

Wasnt.com – haven’t seen a domain like this come up for auction in the past year. Nobody says “was not” anymore.

DomainThing.com – I think it is a prerequisite that every domainer owns a domain with “domain” in it.

BoatingClasses.com – I’m going to have to take these next year when I get my jetski.

SiteSetup.com – offer to setup people’s sites if they buy hosting through your affiliate link.

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

CatSites.com – the internet is flooded with cat lovers. One visit to Reddit and you’ll see what I mean. Build a directory and they will come.

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