Yeah, most days I have no idea what day it is and it’s pretty obvious from my headline yesterday. I had 31st even though we had changed to the next month. I copy and paste the title and adjust and sometimes I just get in a hurry and forget to change it. You would think it is an important detail but when you’re tired and in the zone sometimes the details get lost in the focus of finding good domains. I work 7 days a week at the nursery and watch tv on DVR so I don’t have day markers to remind me what day it is. Of course I know what day it is but I honestly have to think a few seconds to remember. You’ve heard me say it before but may day is pretty much go go go. I get up and run at 4:30 am. Have breakfast with the family, work from 7:30 am until 7pm, have dinner with the family, and work on the list for a few hours. That’s my day. Every day. Seven days a week during the spring. I do manage to get in some domaining during the day. Take a few calls, answer a few emails, check the auctions. But not much time for blogs. Although I really liked Raymond Hackney’s new series of Part Time Domainers. Nice to hear from some new people because as much as I like an insightful article that quarterly taxes are due, I enjoy hearing about domaining from a new perspective a bit more. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices .
FutureProducts.com 19 years old. There’s always a future and there are always products. Getting good action
TimeForFitness.com 247 monthly visits. PR 3. DMOZ listed and 1000 backlinks
AmazingRealEstate.com No bidders and I think the starting bid still leaves room for a flip
PensionLoans.com More and more people are having to get them because they run out of money much sooner than expected. Nice $5 CPC
CrudeFutures.com Billions of them are traded. Getting some bids
OAWN.com Good Western acronym letters. 12 years old. Under $400 at press time
TheSnowPro.com No bidders. Upgrade name for a lot of companies and products.
Exceptionable.com I guarantee the buyer thinks he is buying the word “Exceptional”
JMBG.com Just short of $2K. Damn, this down market. I remember when you could get this for $750 this time last year.
FFTB.com Another nice one hear. Something something Tampa Bay
Limpiadora.com Means “house cleaner” or “cleaner” in Spanish
JIVN.com Nice to see a LLLL.com with a V going for over $400
MVKY.com Something something Kentucky
TRO.cc Non Chip dot cc and its still going to get close or past $500
686662.com At first I was thinking this is doing OK for just a 6N CHiP but then I saw the lucky 666 in the middle and now I think its not doing as well as I thought it would
CTCM.net This one is better than your average LLLL.net IMO
QDZZZ.com Nice to see some 5Ls selling. Mine suck.
SuckDuckGo.com Worst childrens game EVER. And it actually has bidders
688949.com One bid at $12. Good buy IMO
DDNN.info and ZZNN.info Two of the best patterns you can get are at $12. Worth a gamble IMO But don’t listen to me or you will lose all your money and then you’ll have to take a job selling autographed sports bras at an WNBA game
WorldStudio.com 21 years old. A lot of different uses for this one. And the bidders agree. Doing very well and has met reserve. Will sound like a worldwide organization on your first day
XStrategy.com 11 years old. 35,000 backlinks. Getting some great bids. I’ve always liked X at the beginning because is is a placeholder yet you get the full value of the keyword. And a heck of a lot cheaper
Wub.com All I can think of is “Rub” with a speech impediment. sorry
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ASBH.com H for Holdings. 10 years old. Eternally great name
HHRD.com Western and Chinese so it could cross $2K
UHI.com Another one that may not be a CHiP but great end user potential
BJFW.com I never pass on anything that starts with a BJ
Evenings.com Only 20 dollars. I usually have one of these every night
Umbilical.org HUGE money in umbilical cord banking. two bidders
93355.com Better name, less bidders
Flurry.org Another dot org but this one has 6 bidders.
Outrageous.org Great keyword . Obviously not as great with the dot org but with only one bidder it won’t be that expensive
DealHound.com “Hunting for the best prices” or “Tracking down the best Deals” There’s your free slogan
LCSW.com This one is going to have the Chinese bonus. Good western like the above but will get much higher bids
ABXC.com I bought a bunch of names that ended with XC because it stands for Cross Country. It paid off but had nothing to do with Cross Country. Some of the best money I ever made were for reasons that had nothing to do with my decisions.
GoldSupplies.com I had no idea that so many people are still buying gold hunting supplies. Looks like the dream is still to find gold. But the money is in the supplies
TheYen.com The dollar of Japan. Good blog or informational site for Japanese economics
Luvia.com Nice sounding 5l.com Would make a solid brand. Oops just saw reserve. Never mind
Sick.org Sick name. in all seriousness, this one has big buildout potential. Big and expensive but could be huge
MagicBook.com You can’t get any better than magic. Much better than skill and intelligence
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