Worked a trade show all weekend and I have a couple takeaways from the experience (I have a whole post about it later today) The first thing I noticed is that the people in the Midwest get fatter every year. All I could think was I should be in healthcare not selling plants. Two, many companies have no clue how to monetize a trade show. It’s more than slapping up a backdrop and standing there. It was brutal to watch them in action. Speaking of action, there is a little action in today’s list. Take a look.
NaQe.com I sold a name very similar to this with CVCV.com with the Q in the same spot for $700 so $75 is a real bargain.
DisplayTech.com I think the reason this one is getting so much attention is the 1994 registration. But it is a PR5 as well
1954.com Nice numeric but as we know, it ends in the dreaded four
OrthopedicSurgeon.net Big boy dot net. Every runner’s best friend
PlayTablet.com Anything with the word “tablet” is worth following.
StressPill.com So many people need this. If you could eliminate stress I think you could improve the health of 50% of Americans. I’m all about health today aren’t I?
StockRanker.com I’ve subscribed to several stock picking services and this would be a perfect name for such a service. 12 years old and already at $100 plus.
Honored.net Not my type of name. The past tense verbs. I’ve never figured out who needs or wants these. Price says otherwise.
Polled.net Another here but judging by the price I still have something to learn about domain pricing.
Delivered.net and one more
Tsrget.com This is a trademark typo that I highly recommend staying away from. I only highlight it because it’s one of the most bid on names at Snap to show that there are still many domain investors that make their money with these names.
LasVegasHome.net I know its a dot net but 18,000 searches, $11 plus CPC and yet only two bids.
DrinkingWater.org I would imagine a charity would want this. Of course a charity doesn’t usually have the money to pay you big money for it.
4272.com Another NNNN.com over at 4.cn
Stuffy.com Looking through the names at Premium domains and thought this one is a good value at $5K. Better value than many of the names I get on the newsletters I get daily.