Wednesday’s Big List of Names at Auction or Dropping Around the Net 7-18-12

Jul 18 2012

So nice to be back home.  I am so set in a daily routine that its hard for me to travel.  I need 2 hours a night to write and work on my domain business and when I travel for business there usually isn’t that time.  I missed some emails and forgot to do a few things but no big problems.  Conferences and shows are so inspirational.  I get so many ideas and truly seeing new plants and opportunities to make money next year.  That’s the beauty of business.  As long as you don’t screw up too bad, there is a fresh new opportunity next year.  And as we know, in my world,  plants pay the bills, domains pay for the Porsche.  Here is today’s names that I think are nice.

SportShield.com There are already a few brands that use this name. 12 year old name for under $100

BlinkPro.com A PR 4 with good traffic. The price is for the age and the traffic on this one

UHHA.com I like this one a lot. A steal under $250 IMO

New-Kitchen.com The keywords are too big to ignore. Awesome name for a build-out. I know there’s a dash but $10 for these keywords and a 10 year old domain is a good deal

OKelley.com  Because you can’t put an apostrophe in a domain.  14 years old, one bidder

IFeelFantastic.com I guess you would call this a feel good domain.  I’ll take it if nobody else will

 WhiteLadder.com  10 Years old. Color noun domain always do well because they make such memorable domains.

MetaMath.com  Not just math, metamath.  Drawing lots of attention

Fanko.com  I used to be able to get these 5Ls for $10, now look at them

RedHut.com  See Whiteladder.  This is already up to $500

Pennies.net  You know how much I LOVE pennies

MDoc.com  Another great brand and the crowds agree

eBookMaker.com Bookie is short for bookmaker. While I do believe that online gambling will soon be legal not sure if sports booking will. It already is in other parts of the world. Gambling names have great affiliate programs


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