I watched the latest DomainSherpa.com review this morning. I thought It might be worth taking the time to write down some of the main points I took away from the show. I think it’s a good practice in any learning environment to reinforce the things that you’re trying to learn.
On a side note, one of the main problems with teaching people anything, is that they’ve either forgotten how to learn or never really had good learning or study skills. In my real job we often have to precept students or new providers to help them reinforce the skills they learn in the classroom. One of the biggest problems they have is not knowing how to study or how to learn.
Spend time going through the lists even if it’s just for practice. Track names, see what gets picked up and for what price. It will make you better at finding names.
It’s ok in some cases to explain the name you see value in, unless you’re trying to explain it to the buyer.
If you have a ton of crap names or just ok names, you need to make sure that your sales price is high enough to cover the total cost of your names. Or buy better names that have a chance of selling at different price points depending on what you’re trying to do.
If you’re trying to make brandable names, there can only be so many variations. Multiple variations open the door for too many possible options thus making the name worthless. Especially in double keyword domains.
What’s your time worth? If you try and do outbound sales for crap names your wasting your time. Even if you scrap a couple bucks out of the effort, you’re better served letting them expire and finding better names or learning more.
Brandbucket will sell any domain with the word “tech” in it… lol just joking.
Brandbucket is looking for names that lend themselves to a tech startup rather than all brandable genres.
Look around and see if there’s better names available for hand reg than the one you’re thinking about buying.
I picked one of the terms used, Turf and found some names available for hand reg that might be better than TurfPal, not that they’d sell or that you should register them.
247Turf.com RightTurf.com TurfReady.com
AllNewTurf.com TodayTurf.com TurfSecret.com
BlackTurf.com TurfCoverage.com TurfSynergy.com
CertifiedTurf.com TurfDragon.com TurfTalent.com
ChimpTurf.com Turfea.com TurfTough.com
FusionTurf.com TurfGarden.com TurfUltra.com
iLikeTurf.com TurfGorilla.com TurfUtopia.com
IncredibleTurf.com TurfGrowth.com TurfZen.com
NowTurf.com TurfLeader.com YellowTurf.com
And Some available sleep names
YellowSleep.com ConstantSleep.com PairSleep.com
ZombieSleep.com EqualSleep.com SleepIncredible.com
SleepDark.com PrepSleep.com CorrectSleep.com
SleepBold.com SleepILove.com CouldSleep.com
SleepDolphin.com SleepUltimate.com TreatmentSleep.com
CraveSleep.com PodSleep.com ValidSleep.com
Sleepze.com ChimpSleep.com SleepTalent.com
SolutionSleep.com SleepPlanner.com CreateSleep.com
SleepForge.com SleepTalent.com TrendSleep.com
- Main List NameJet Flippa/Sedo
- LLLL.com’s LLL, CCC, 5L Other LLLL’s
- Short Brandables Numbers One Worders Vape, Vegan, VR
- Snap Names/Dropcatch NamePros Godaddy Value BIN
The No Bid List
AnywhereRepair.com Doesn’t matter where you break down, anywhere repair will come and fix you up
BluesRehab.com The cure for sadness
BoxGrab.com Makes me think of prepackaged meals, or maybe a sale where you grab a whole box of something
BuiltByTheBest.com 4 words but only 4 syllables, I can never spell syllables right the first time
Catastrophist.com a person who subscribes to a catastrophist theory
CloudRelief.com a cloud name
DebtSmith.com I like smith names for some reason; the debt smith works on your debt
Eliminationist.com extravagant word a termite company or any business that gets rid of something
eMortgageRate.com The “e” works pretty well here. Probably an affiliate or lead gen site that compares rates and captures your info
EnergyDragon.com Makes a nice little brand
ExtraClearance.com Something with more head room or ground clearance
FindThrift.com A name for saving money
FreshGator.com Delicious fresh gator meat
FruitMonger.com Like a fish monger, buys and sells fruit in mass quantities
GoContent.com A pay per word content generation site
iGotApproved.com Credit, loans
IllCarryYou.com I’ve offered Shane my services for his next race. Initially I was thinking I could carry him piggy back style, but then is feet would still be dragging on the ground. I’ve decided to fashion some sort of harness device so I can drag him if need be.
InvestorAide.com Investment tools or advice
KeepDrilling.com Sounds like an oil or fracking site, but could be wells for water.
KoolGold.com It’s not great but it does have “gold” in it.
LineLevel.com Make sure your lines are level with this tool
LookupLawyer.com Buy this for the legal directory site that you’ll never build.
MassiveLove.com That’s a lot of love right there
MetricTrend.com A tool to trend and analyze data
MightyFusion.com No idea what you’re fusing together, but I like it
MustRepeat.com Something so good you have to do it again
NativeArea.com Untouched nature, something along those lines
NetworkZilla.com The monster of networks
NourishedDaily.com Get the sustenance you need every day
NutritionEngine.com just like the above
NyCertified.com Each state has it’s own certification process for a lot of different fields.
OceanBuffet.com Crabs, Shrimp, fish
PandaSquad.com I like it, a whole team of Panda’s waiting to help you
PickYourMajor.com A site that helps potential college students figure out what they want to study
PositivePublic.com No negative Nancy’s in this crowd
PushingPast.com the process of moving on
Quotity.com This is an online estimate for breast implants
Rockoligist.com The study of Rock?
SightAir.com Air tours, maybe hot air balloons
TastyTortilla.com A chain of taco stands
TrackAndTrain.com An app like Strava
UniteMyCity.com Bring everyone together
WeNeedGold.com A gold company that sounds desperate to get you gold
XLGreen.com Extra Large Green
YumSquare.com A delicious cracker
HomeVu.com An interactive online tool for viewing homes for sale
MoneyWellSpent.com No regrets buying
RatTerriers.com A dog that likes to kill rats
Lodge.info 15 year old name that works with the extension. Go to Lodge.info for all your lodging questions
Your LLLL.coms of The Day
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE
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