Jun 18 2016


If anyone’s interested in a trial of patience, Doster and Netfirms have $5.99 com registrations. They’re possibly the worst sites ever created to register domains. Lol I’ve seriously never seen anything like it. I have never been able to register a domain there without problems. It’ll time out, won’t let me change the setting from 2 to 1 year, charges random amounts to my card.

This is how I envision the board meeting going when they were brainstorming marketing ideas. dsadmountain

President ” Ok we need to stand out from the competition, anyone have any ideas?”

BM1 ” Let’s design an awesome platform that people will love, easy to use and intuitive”

President “no, that’s a good idea but it’s been done… come on people Brainstorm!”

BM2 ” Ok I’ve got it! We’ll make the worst group of websites ever created, people will talk about how bad they are, but it’ll work, any press is good press!”

President “I love it, that’s a great idea! We’ll make the site horrible on purpose, so bad that news of it will go viral”

I’m becoming more and more convinced that I should price all of my domains on every platform. BIN prices  probably make up 90% of my sales. Not only do more names sell that way it’s also a whole lot easier. Any sales platform with instant transfer is hands off, I don’t have to do anything. I get the email that the name has sold and in a few days they send me the money. I understand the table and leaving money there, but I wonder how much money the table eats with incomplete sales, time involved going back and forth, then dealing with escrow and transfer.

It depends on the name of course, but for the mid range names that sell for less than $4k  I think it’s the way to go.

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RinsePure.com Water filtration system or a cleanse 

E-cigshop.com Nicotine without the carcinogens, tar, CO, smell 

BehavioralAdvertising.com  Target your ads to the right people 

FlagShorts.com  Shorts made out of Flags? Patriot daisy dukes 

OleOleOle.com  This has soccer or “football” written all over it 

ZippyHome.com  Van down by the river 

DroneRuler.com The King of the skies, makes all the other drones submit to his authority 

Janes.net  First name and I bet there’s a thousand cafe’s and diners named Janes 

Griffith.org  Last name, I think of Andy 

Contend.net  Deal with it, or have a shot at winning 

vigiro.com  Makes me think of Opera Music 

hatn.com  Have A Terrible Night 

ighb.com I Go Hunting Beavers 

Profile.com   Nice one word domain, reserve is betweem $500k-$1M 

Transgender.org   Probably the most talked about news topic in the last month 

CrazyDance.com Do the Crazy dance, no bids 

BumpyRoad.com Common phrase, It was a bumpy road but we eventually made it. 


mxxx.com  Nice ABBB 4L

OneCharge.com Solar batteries, or a name to consolidate your bills

spoker.com great  brand 16 years old, makes be think of bikes

CouponScout.com Couponers are hard core, my wife buys a Sunday paper just for the coupons

Main List

AmericanDaily.com A good news blog name
AWonderfulYou.com A nice positive name for any service that try to make you better
BandsForRent.com Hire a band for your next event. The site that organizes gigs for bands and takes a cut, like an agent for garage bands
BloggerVision.com The blog with the best ideas
BrainInvest.com Mind training, classes, anything like that
BuyTheirVotes.com When your message sucks just pay them
CalmRage.com Go to your happy place when you get angry
CDBurner.com This has bids, does anyone still use Cd’s?
CloneStack.com Make a second stack that’s just like the first stack
CloudFloat.com Generic Cloud name
CloudOverlay.com An overlay program that you don’t have to download. You make all your overlays online
CloudSorter.com Same concept as above that sorts things
CondoAssistant.com Condo’s are HOA’s right? Fancy name for the maintenance guy
CrucialConcept.com The concepts that matter, nice C-C name
DarkBlogger.com Sounds mysterious
DealsPress.com Publish all the deals you find
DigitalPremium.com The best virtual stuff
DopeZone.com Like in the “Wire” Hampsterdam
DroneStrikes.com Attack UAV’s
eCreditStore.com “E” stil works I think
EpicArchitect.com Here’s an architect name that’s better than award winning
EquityFactors.com A guide to money
FindCaregivers.com List and rate caregivers
FlowFully.com  Marketing name for Flomax
FotoSeller.com Stock Photos
Frammer.com urban dictionary “One who engages in the act of posting useless nonsense to a forum in order to irritate its regular members”
GeoGaming.com Play games all over the world
GoGizmo.com Gremlins on the run
GroovyCars.com Cars for hippies
HawkRoost.com A brand for something high in the sky
HelperForce.com Call these guys to get your stuff done
iDepartures.com Find out if your flight’s ontime, monetize it with rental car ads
InteriorGuy.com He loves decorating and will make your home Fabulous
JavaPay.com Forget crypto, this buy things with coffee beans
JuiceGenie.com Genie in a bottle, gives you juice? Maybe?
LaughNinja.com Makes people laugh and breaks blocks
LeadAnalyst.com The guy that figures out how to target the best customers
LessonActivity.com make and sell activities for any kind of lesson
LifeSalsa.com Sounds like energy the mojo in live that keeps you from getting bored
LikeDesign.com Because designs you don’t like don’t get their own sites
LiquidAmmo.com Pressure washers?
LoveCuddling.com Puppies, kittens
MakeItADate.com Planning app
MassiveBuilder.com Bulk up with Whey
MomActive.com A workout site for mothers
PizzaInferno.com Hot Hot Pizza
PromotionSale.com Maybe a B to B company that helps your business run promotions
QuickLoanHelp.com Loan help on the fly
RemoteControlledRobot.com Because riding on top of the robot could be dangerous
RigBuilders.com Building oilrigs would be lots of money. A lot of things are called rigs
RolledEyes.com Universal sign for contempt from women everywhere
SisterSquad.com A group of undercover cops dressed as nuns
SnapLending.com Very fast lending, but it has a 32% APR
StackClone.com the opposite of clone stack
StadiumPulse.com A guide to shows, concerts, sports
StoreFinance.com Money to build your store or franchise
SunlightHeat.com Solar heating system
TalentGang.com These guys don’t rob you, they sing Christmas Carols
TheLeadBroker.com I was just talking about a similiar name today. Great way to monetize a site but it’s a pain to sell leads to companies. Sell your leads at wholesale prices to the lead broker
TheRealTrend.com The authority on trends and trending
VeryBuzz.com Another buzz name
WebTransform.com Take your crappy website and make it better
WineFox.com Small ferocious animal that brings you wine
WorkoutAssistant.com Don’t workout by yourself have your assistant workout for you. It’s like a whipping boy for exercise

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Oolah.com Bebbiz.com Jodiac.com
Vucup.com Otelos.com Zfunny.com
Vimpe.com Bolsto.com Vavaso.com
Oppiq.com Vrgrab.com Appolux.com
Gazib.com Abinio.com Epidema.com
Fubet.com Hoblex.com Kaponga.com
Phewy.com Thummo.com Vollato.com
Zofox.com Colorq.com Veggitek.com

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