Was going over my February numbers this weekend and I realized that I had a pretty solid month taking names I bought recently at auctions and putting them right back up again 60 days later. While many didn’t sell for much, there is certainly a business model in picking off Godaddy names for cheap and reselling them for $50-100. It’s easy to sell a name for $100 and it didn’t take much reaching out. Most people have no trouble paying $250 and under for a name. While I may have been able to get more there was some scale. I sold over 10 names and picked up a $1600 dollars profit. All for 30-40 emails and/or relisting them at an auction. There is just so much opportunity to make money in this industry it’s crazy. Now on to the names and the daily quote.
“Here’s all you have to know about men and women: women are crazy, men are stupid. And the main reason women are crazy is that men are stupid.” -George Carlin
RSBM.com All solid letters. 12 years old
SaveCordBlood.com Look up save cord blood on Google and you’ll understand the value
VictoryTour.com I’m seeing more value in the Hunger Games than the Jackson Tour
OpenReader.com This one could be huge. So many uses and under $150. The dot org is available as well
BestProxies.com Not sure how you make money on proxy servers but I do understand there use.
MeteorBusiness.com With the new shower in Russia this is more relevant than ever
WDDS.com Good acronym but surprisingly not a radio or television station
Typos.net There are still a lot of people that make big money on these in our industry
HigherDefinition.com More meaning than just the 5th album of the famous Christian musical group Cross Movement
Vabe.com The seller did a great job with a lander on the site letting people know that it was up for sale at Namejet
Cigy.com Another great name. Same thing here. Great job Michael. You know how to get the most out of your auctions
Kuchi.com The Chinese way of spelling Coochie. I made that up but it still has a ton of bids