Reserve Met and Will Sell
VitaminOutlet.com – Other two-word vitamin domains that have sold include VitaminWarehouse.com for $5,900 and VitaminCenter.com for $35,000. Real bricks & mortar business use this name, and the price of the domain is currently less than the sign on the front of their store.
Wildly.com – One word .com domains sell, regardless of the ending….whether -ly, -ed, -ing, etc.
Abductee.com – I’m not sure what I’d do with the domain, so I’ll steal from the seller, “Alien Abduction Niche for Potential for Out-of-This-World Profits!”
IncomeTax.io – Techy domains have been selling well in the .io extension, but I’m not sure about this business/tax category.
Fins.net – Says the seller, “opportunity to develop a huge business for the sea food, tropical pet fish, scuba diving or even the dolphin touring industry”.
Shower.net – Tons of search volume. Even though it’s a .net, I’m surprised this is only at a couple hundred bucks.
Reserve Not Met
Scold.com – A bit of a negative connotation, but still a 5 letter dictionary .com.
LOV.com – Sold for $160k a couple years ago at NameJet, and bidding is less than 1/4 of that now.
MardiGras.net – The 20 year old domain isn’t getting alot of love. 250k searches per month, per Estibot.
FlatTire.com – Popular phrase, but I’m guessing it’d be tough to monetize.