You know what is really beginning to piss me off is the lame azz domainers (if you want to call them that) that try to sell you a variation of a domain name that you own, and they don’t even own it. They try to get you to connect and then they’ll buy it and sell it to you. And they email you every day for two weeks straight. Here’s today’s list…
My Top Auction Picks
ptco.com – four good letters, also a typo for Petco.
transmitted.com – solid one word domain that deals with data is always a good investment at the right price IMO.
tripped.com – could be a forum for druggies to share their experiences. Sell rave items on there (glow sticks and whatever else there is).
streamless.com – everything today is all about streaming. If new technology that makes things instant ever appears it could be called streamless. Or maybe not.
cambridgehotel.com – hotel domains always seem to sell well so it’s never a bad investment unless you pay too much in your initial purchase.
lowered.com – an insurance company or a car lot could use this for a marketing promotion where “we lowered our rates/prices”.
wwwparked.com – even though parked.com shut down their site this domain may still be getting traffic so if you’re in the parking niche this is a good pickup.
exclusiverights.net – become a middle man and connect people with good/property to people who want the exclusive rights to sell it.
bestbydesign.com – I remember hearing a company or two using this phrase in their TV ads. Might not be a bad pickup for low three figures.
toptablet.com – could be a marketing opportunity for a tablet manufacturer since these things are popping up from everyone under the sun.
inboxprotector.com – good name to sell a email virus scan software on.
zja.com – some people like these LLL.com’s with bad letters. I personally think you’ll end up spending $3-5k and sitting on this hoping that some company begins to use them in a meaningful way.