I am looking for Great sounding advertising related domains.
They MUST be .Com and be no longer than 2 words.
The type of thing I’m after is:
If you have something that you feel is a great domain pl…
Below is a list of some of the domain names that I have sold over the past few months. These are all domains I owned personally. A few sales were through brokers, most were from people who looked up that I was the owner and then contacted me:
CelebGossip.com – $5000
FixErrors.com – $2000
MoneyListings.com – $1100
BeautyExpert.com – […]
I have bought around a hundred websites over the past few years, but I have never bought any companies, and here’s why. When you buy an entire company instead of just buying their assets (like their website), you are exposed to all of their potential liabilities. A good example of this happened recently with Snapnames.com, […]
DomainReport.ca – If you get Godaddy’s Aftermarket email newsletter, you would have noticed Canadian domainer Adam Dicker in the December edition. I couldn’t find a link to the newsletter itself, but here is a summary below.For those who missed it or …
Following in the successful footsteps of their previously launched social network projects Flippa and 99designs, the folks at SitePoint.com have launched NameMyThingy.com – to help members come up with names for their thingies/stuff!
If you’re after ideas for a name, you’ve come to the right place. It might be for your new business, your web site, or even your new pet. Simply place a listing, nominate a prize for the best entry, and watch the creative ideas roll in.
As things are Read more »
One last post before Christmas. I am a little bit sad since yesterday. I put Find.net to the auction block. Find.net was and is and will be an ultra rare gem. I bet you see it from the start on. This domain fulfills every criteria of what I call a pass…
Domain hacks are the IN thing at the moment when it comes to url shorteners.
Google announced it’s own url shortener yesterday – Goo.gl – using a Greenland ccTld.
Url shortener Bit.ly has been in use for quite a while now by Twitter users to shorten their urls as Twitter’s limited post size can be quite constricting for users. The .LY domain extension is a Libyan ccTld.
Facebook have also been testing their own url shortener FB.me- a domain name with a Montenegro Read more »
The Godaddy 99 cent coupon code is working again… it was out for a while but I guess they switched it on for the festive period.
It still only works for payment by Check of Credit card (can’t pay with PayPal for some reason), but hey, you are getting a .com domain name for $1,17 after ICANN fees – can’t beat that.
The coupon code is BUYCOM99
The .uk registrar Nominet conducted a poll recently with some interesting results. According to it’s published survey results, more than three-quarters (77%) of British consumers prefer a .uk to a .com when searching for information online.
The results indicate that consumers prefer to click on .uk links as they believe the websites would present the most appropriate and local information.
This indication is another good piece of news for ccTlds.
Other interesting information obtained from the report points to a growth in Read more »
Sedo has reported Zorbing.com in it’s recent sales section today with a value of $20,000, making it quite a sale.
Seeing the name and having never heard of the term before, I got curious and Googled the term “Zorbing”.
According to Wikipedia, Zorbing is defined as follows:
Zorbing (globe-riding, sphereing) is the recreation of rolling downhill in a sphere, generally made of transparent plastic. Zorbing is generally performed on a gentle slope, but can also be done on a level surface, permitting more Read more »
There is currently a SnapNames featured auction under way with some really cool names on offer.
Here are some names that caught my eye. Click on the name to go right to the bidding screen.
Vacationing.com – probably one of the best travel names at this price.
Tranquilizers.com – category killer name.
BigSaws.com – another category killer name
AuctionListings.com – excellent name for a self updating auction listing portal.
CareerTools.com – career portal.
DailyPlanners.com – daily planning.
DentistSearch.com – dentist directory.
EconomyFreight.com – budget freight.
LandForeclosures.com – lots or searches, Read more »
PPC Thoughts For Today
PPC (Pay Per Click – for the new people).
Today’s post is going to be short, with a few key points.
Jumping right in…
1. STOP caring how fancy and cute the landing pages are at PPC companies.
PPC is about one thing: REV…