There’s a ton of LLL.net and LLL.org domains being auctioned in Namejet from a private seller (i.e. there is a reserve on them all). My guess is that the owner is clearing out their inventory either because they are looking to cash out and take a nice vacation or two or because the owner thinks the new right of the dot TLDs are going to devalue these. Not going to list them all but if you are a fan of them you should definitely check out Namejet. Here’s today’s list…
My Top Auction Picks
tedeschi.com – it’s a last name and it is also used in a lot of business names. I was surprised there was over 20+ million results for this in Google.
vegetablediets.com – the diet niche is always popular and with people getting fatter and fatter I think it is here to stay. Good site to sell diet ebooks on.
wholesail.com – if you own a deal site I’m sure this domain will get you some typo traffic from the less educated.
policyholders.com – good name related to the popular insurance niche. Could be branded as an insurance company name me thinks.
snackfactory.com – if you own a snack stand or a snack stand food distribution business this name is right up your alley and I’d guess will sell for pretty cheap.
fandamgo.com – I’d guess that this gets pretty decent typo traffic from Fandango.com. Personally I stay away from trademarked typos (though I love dictionary word typos) but if you are a bit more risque you might like it.
propainting.com – not sure how much painters make but if they get paid well then they should want to pony up some cash for this great brandable domain.
prohire.com – if you want to run a job placement business this is a good name to launch it on.
myresolution.com – could be one of those sites that gets traffic at one time of the year if you turn this into a New Year’s Resolution site. People can post their resolutions and track them.
coolauctions.net – there used to be a site that listed cool/interesting auctions on Ebay and I think they made out pretty well since they were all linked through their affiliate link.
luckysevens.com – ppretty sure there is a slot machine game named this, I’ve walked through the casino enough to be fairly confident.
datingweekly.com – perfect name to put out a weekly dating newsletter on. You’d get a ton of 16-35 year old guys who have trouble getting dates subscribe. Sell them Match.com subscriptions and retire. It all sounds so easy in my head.