Before I get to the names I was looking through new tvs and came across the beauty. You absolutely have to read the comments. Let me know what you think. Here are today’s domains
CrossSport.com 18 years old. I think price is being driven by the PR4 but it only has 3 backlinks. The real value IMO is the age and the huge craze of Triathlons and CrossFit. I may actually buy this. I was high bidder when I wrote this
Jaab.com I told you I have this thing with LLLL.coms with double vowels in the middle. Looks like a lot of other people do as well
HappySkin.com I like beauty type marketing names. I bought prettyhands and get quite a few offers. Nothing great but enough to buy a years supply of hand cream. But I want enough to buy new hands. 16 years old
NaturalMarket.com A ton of companies would want this as an upgrade. Perfect natural/organic food store name
VOIS.com LLLL.com and means something in French. Like Fighting Chicken or similar
EmergingFuture.com I thought the future trends people might like this for $12 since there are no bidders. 13 years old so the future name has a past
TheNewsmaker.com Decent PR or marketing name for $12
FixMyWrinkles.com No bidders. Not sure if you fix or remove but I don’t know a woman alive that doesn’t hate her wrinkles. Unless she’s a little overweight and then you don’t have as many
Tamsy.com Short and cute. Like my wife
MyProductivity.com Everyone wants to be more productive. It’s human nature. It’s only that some haven’t found nature yet. One bidder at press time
86668.com The Chinese love these kinds of numbers.
Remember CAX has new listings every day. You can go straight to the new section and pick some off cheap every once in a while.
Telecommunications.com A little longer than I like but easier to spell than it looks. 18 years old
CustomCars.com Big business. Even when the economy was down the custom car business seem to hold up
LostMyMarbles.com Some 75 year old guy probably would buy this for $100 just to have a funny email
LotsOPorn.com Worth buying just to keep sending emails to your friends like “Thank you for signing up for the VIP package”
OnlineCarLoans.com I’ve never understood why you need the word online in a domain as it’s pretty obvious it’s online if its a domain BUT they seem to do really well so who cares what I think.
FlashDating.com It’s what I did back in High School. Not my choice
GrowSeeds.com I might be a bit partial on this one. Not very many bidders
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RelocationTips.com Millions of people move every year. Easy build out and the CPC is pretty good for moving companies to help monetize it.
NewCraftBeers.com A name for the right beer maker or beer lover. Would make a nice directory.
HighHeelSneakers.com $350 Look at all the results on Google. Makes about $15 a year in parking so it pays for it’s own food
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InfluenzaPrevention.com 13 years old. With flu season coming on this one is primed for a build out
BitcoinTracking.com Bitcoin is not a fad IMO. I think it will continue to be a traded currency for many years to come. As far as the domain, each coin is unique and can be tracked. And here’s the site to do it on
Licence.org You’ve seen it up at auction recently but now it’s at a solid BIN price. Every other English speaking country in the world spells it this way. And I’m pretty sure they all have driver’s and other types of licences.
Vugu.com Because everyone needs to have a CVCV with the same vowels in their portfolio