Over the last two years of doing these domain lists I’ve actually found myself getting pretty good at predicting auction prices of domains. So good that it’s starting to help me make money. For the first time I’ve started to buy domains that fall at prices far lower than what I think they are worth. And how do I determine worth? A domain to me is worth what it would sell for at a Namejet auction if it happened today. While I realize that they can often sell for more. That is the true liquid value of a name in our present industry. No onto the names that I think have worth.
TapeWorm.com 1997 Birthday. I think the name would translate to almost any type of site. I thought I had tapeworm at one point but realized I was just hooked on heroin.
EarlyPrevention.com Nobody seems to like this but me but early prevention is the key to preventing things.
GamingStatus.com 23,000 hits according to Godaddy. A nice domain regardless. I have no gaming status. I was handed an ass whooping online on Xbox by a 12 year old that went by the handle “whacko turnip 69”
Transpire.com Not in love with this one. We’ll just have to see how things transpire. Maybe I do like this one.
Sonograph.com It’s cool because it makes sound waves visible.
Comics.info One of the few dot infos I would buy.
ExcitingGames.com I think this goes for over $500 . Of course it will now that I’ve posted it. Matt, where’s my commission?
TermPapers.org Nothing like using a dot org to sell writings you can pass off as your own. I guess if you don’t charge you could be considered a charity.