Here’s a protip. If you buy your names on Namejet there is no use keeping your purchase price secret, everyone knows exactly what you paid for a name. It is only a few keyboard strokes away. Even if a company or a person is not a domain investor they simply have to type the name in Google and it will come up in GoldNames or some other site that tracks Namejet auctions. Namejet gives us liquidity and a daily dose of great names to buy each day. But its all public. The only thing you can hide is who bought it, not the price. If a new buyer asks you why you want so much more than you paid for it at auction don’t have to give an answer. Its your name. You can ask whatever you want for it. They can either buy it or not. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices
NotJustCoffee.com We’ll start the name off with a nice marketing name for a coffee business.
X-2.com 20 years old. Short enough that the hyphen actually works.
40D.com NNL.com Used to receive exceptional traffic. Still receives a lot.
Ales.com Well searched 4L dictionary dot-com with good traffic. Beer.com sold for slightly more. 🙂
iTrain.org I’m thinking more exercise than choo choo
HealthShield.com Sounds like another expensive insurance provider
LivingArchitecture.com Great name. If only people could spell architecture
NN.biz One of the better dot biz that’s been up for auction yet
Gato.com My favorite name this month. Means cat in Spanish
YogaForHealth.com Getting some good bids. Although we know yoga is for the pants
Shangdao.net China still paying big money for their cities. Even dot nets
WeightLossPlan.com Opening bid is $1500 and that’s right in the value range
CowB.com Because CowA is already taken
SkillHarbor.com I like it better than the name UpWork
CreateForum.com 413,000 backlinks have it over $2K
TheRugs.com Hairpiece or flooring
VRBOOM.com VR anything now worth $100 or more evidently
127773.com Will go over $100 IMO because of the three 7s. OK MIGHT go over $100
Woodpeckers.com Under $20. Woody is probably the best known of the woodpeckers. Woodpecker.co sold for $1700
87778778.com A portfolio of numerics loaded with 8s
71889889.com A portfolio of 7N.com names that all contain 8
A great portfolio of Brandbucket names for sale. Already approved, set up and ready to sell
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FWWF.com ABBA pattern is the first draw but solid letters makes it even more valuable
BlogRules.com Good names for a site on how to write a blog. Writing a blog is easy. Doing it well and consistently takes effort. But there are certainly some do’s and don’t
ODWA.com A for association. W for world.
Their.com My worst nightmare. They will get it right 33% of the time
WholesaleMetals.com Lots of money in Scrap metal, some people drive around and look for metal as a hobby so they can scrap it. They also steal it.
DebtSettlementService.com High high CPC for these keywords. And we all know there is a lot of debt out there
MDIO.com A lot cheaper than MD.io and I’d rather own this one
PEIB.com More great letters. B for Bureau
53526.com 5Ns may be down but they continue have value for a long time IMO
AnimationCompanies.com Sounds like a comparison site of different companies, maybe with affiliate links.
WebApplicationDevelopment.com 35 million google results. Custom Web App development is one of the hotter sections of tech
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good