In negotiations sometimes you win and sometimes you lose if you press too hard. Normally I’m a bird in the hand type of guy but yesterday I pressed and I lost a potential sale which is a risk you take in negotiating. I had a potential buyer email me and I was able to connect with him on Google chat. His initial offer was respectable and after a little back and forth he came up to a figure where if push came to shove I would have taken. But I sensed there was a good amount more of potential upside for myself and tried to increase the price. I read the potential buyer wrong, and the talk collapsed and that was that. There is a chance he’ll come back with a higher offer, but when I pressed he seemed to take it personally. Here’s today’s list…
My Top Picks
darry.com – it’s a first name among other things, I actually never heard of anyone with this name until I just searched right now.
mybenz.com – you might have a trademark issue here, but if you turn it into a fan site where people can show off their Benz maybe Mercedes won’t care.
saintpaulhomes.com – I’m curious how much people value “saint” versus “st” in places like St. Louis or St. Paul.
lari.com – I’m a CVCV.com fan, always will be, and this one is easy to say though people may spell it as Larry if they hear it.
bursts.com – comedy site, site about water balloons popping, maybe an appendix wellness site, the possibilities are few.
hav.org – I’ve been noticing some companies using a .org as their homesite recently so the LLL.org are a little more on my radar now.
fantasylive.com – great name for either a virtual porn site or a fantasy sports site, or combine them both and appeal doubly to the male population.
tanked.com – could be a stock site about stocks that have tanked and might be good rebound pickups. Could be a site to sell tank tops on.
My Top Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
spsr.com – great letters and not many bidders, always a good combination.
weddingmovie.com – might be a stretch but a wedding videographer might be interested in this domain name.
comparingcarinsurance.com – makes sense in a big money niche.
worldwideSEO.com – if you are a SEO company that will do work for any region on the globe this is your domain.
soundlive.com – could be a brandable, a tickets site, a stereo system company site, etc…
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
dataproviders.com – tons of different data providers out there so lots of possible end users for this guy.