10 Million++ Searches/Month -- Very Low Competition -- Billion Dollar Industry

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  1. youssef smaili

    youssef smaili New Member

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    If you buy this domain you are not only getting an awesome domain, you're getting a complete brand!


    Exact search volume for keyword: Omegle on google only:

    • 13,600,000 exact searches/month (Worldwide) That's exactly 163,200,000 people per year typing in "omegle" in Google alone! (Source: Google Adwords).
    • 2,740,000 exact searches/month (In United States only) - that's exactly 32,880,000 americans people per year typing in "omegle" in Google alone! (Source: Google Adwords).
    • Very low competition keyword -- easy to rank for ((Source: Google Adwords).

    -- .io domains are one of the first domain extensions looked at when the .com is not available.

    -- "omegle" is one of Most Searched Words on Google all time.

    -- Reserved Domaine


    Here are just a few highlights about the term "omegle" with data from Google search. This is just a few, if you want to see them all go to Google Keyword Planner and take a look.

    "omegle" - 13,600,000 exact monthly searches

    "omegle chat" - 246,062 exact monthly searches

    "omegle app" - 109,912 exact monthly searches

    "omegle alternative" - 90,500 exact monthly searches

    "omegle video" - 74,000 exact monthly searches

    "omegle video chat app" - 62,316 exact monthly searches

    "omegle video chat" - 49,537 exact monthly searches

    "omegle random chat" - 40,333 exact monthly searches

    "omegle talk to strangers" - 33,100 exact monthly searches

    "sites like omegle" - 33,100 exact monthly searches

    "omegle online" - 26,889 exact monthly searches

    "omegle cam" - 18,077 exact monthly searches

    omegle related domain with monthly visitors: : 23.23M : 583.55K : 6.19M

    Reserved domain:


    Due to the high brandable keyword (omegle) all great domain extensions are reserved and can be sold for a very high price. can be ranked on the first page of google easily for the low competion keyword : "omegle"

    The reason .io domains are so valuable is because companies that use .io domains are known as being great at what they do. This blog post explains it well:

    "These new .io sites are almost artisanal in nature - small, well crafted and functional. It's like a TLD for techies with taste."

    They are also short, sound good, and .io domains perform well in Google's search results. The reason for this is because they've been added to the geotargetable domains list.

    Microsoft bought for $24,600, Elasticsearch just bought for $30,000, sold for $45,000 on Flippa, sold for $60,000, sold on Flippa for $20,000, on Flippa for $14,000, and,,,,,,, and many more recently sold for $10k+.

    The registry just announced a few days ago that they are auctioning a reserved domain DM.IO and the current high bid is $65,000!

    Domain Name Holdings reported that they sold a .io domain in Q2 of 2015 for 6-figures.

    A lot of the tech startups that use .io domains are now very successful businesses, further reinforcing the idea that companies that use .io domains are "in the know" and part of the sophisticated tech crowd.

    Check out just some of these examples:

    • lands $15M Series A
    • and each raised $5M
    • Google acquired
    • was acquired by github last year
    • Keen IO just raised $11.3 million
    • just closed a $6.65 million Series A round
    • raised $6.5 million
    • raised $6 million and manages over $1 billion in student loans
    • Intercom raised $6 million
    • Greenhouse raise $2.7 million
    • raised $2 million
    • acquired by Instagram
    • Rackspace acquires
    • And many more
    But it's not only startups that use .io domains. Google, Microsoft and Yahoo are also buying .io domains.

    Microsoft snapped up for $24,600. Google owns, Yahoo owns, and Disney owns, amongst others.

    Even the US government is happy to use .io domains. And US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton uses!

    .io domains are increasingly popular - many startups prefer .io over .com And they are more popular than .org as reported by Google Trends.

    IO Domain Sales in 2018

    • sold for $67,000
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    • sold $30,000
    OMEGLE.IO is simple and elegant and easy to remember. It's an awesome name which will make your project or company stand out and be remembered.

    Thanks and good luck with the auction!
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  2. italsat

    italsat Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    Not an Auction.
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  3. Kenny

    Kenny Member Services, NamePros Super Moderator Gold Account VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hello youssef smaili,

    Welcome to NamePros.

    Your thread has been closed.
    NamePros has a strict enforcement policy against Trademarked domains.

    6.1.15. Do not infringe on globally-recognized trademarks by listing items for sale that violate the trademark holder's rights. Selling intellectual property or benefiting from the intellectual property of another party's without their permission is strictly prohibited.
    This includes typographical errors of globally-recognized trademarks ("typos").

    Thank you for understanding.


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