One more week until a vacation and boy do I need it. It seems every year the business expands a little more and the hours expand with it. Next thing you know you’re working 7:30 to 6:30 even in December. Not complaining just looking forward to not doing it for a week. I’ve decided I’ll put up an inspirational quote each day starting today. Have a nice day.
“Don’t stay in bed, unless you can make money in bed.”- George Burns
eNails.com I was thinking that this was already at $1000 because it was a typo of emails but…….
eHair.com this one is over $1000 as well. Who knew the online beauty service industry was so hot.
GanetSinai.com The hotel of the same name is what’s driving this price
CheapFrog.com 9 years old and NO bidders. Not a bad brand for $12
DailyScore.org A real PR 5 for under $100 and perfect if you are trying to build sports related sites. 6.2K back links
VYCC.com A decent LLLL.com for under $20 is a good buy. Could sell for $80 on Flippa and make a little beer money
OBM.com Hasn’t met reserve at $10K and bids are in $5 increments so this auction may end in June. Worth the wait
1HL.com This is one of those liquid domains that is increasing in value every month. The NCC.com seem to be the best of the group. IMO this could hit $900
TL0.com This show how much I know. I think the zero and 0 are confusing but this CCC is still flying despite
EAG.com I wouldn’t be surprised to see $20K here
SHEN.com A Chinese religion. Investing in Chinese names is a wise decision IMO
THMC.com C for corporation. 1996 birthday and all good letters
EOA.org As good of a LLL.org as there is out there
GeoTrek.com Nice brand with NO bidders
DoorSupply.com Lots of door supply companies to sell this name to
UGH.net Doesn’t pass the radio test but passes the name that describes a moaning sound test
DataTrending.com No Bidders. Two hot words. Data and Trending
Bogos.com Buy one Get Ones
HBD.net Solid letters here as well
SEOPlan.com My SEO plan is just to keep writing and eventually Google will realize how awesome my sites are
Swang.com I thought I was going to come in and steal this one. Those days are probably over.
Bawn.com An Irish wall or an acronym. Irish walls aren’t selling like they used to so I’d go with the acronym
Blisters.net I don’t know why I like this one……but I do