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Five best hand reg domains that you own

Labeled as showcase in General Domain Discussion started by NicTraders, Sep 11, 2019.

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  1. BoomingNames.com

    BoomingNames.com Established Member

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    => GrandRobots.com
    => CherryFast.com
    => GameOnAi.com
    => BigTimeAi.com
    => HighSpeedVR.com
     
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  2. nononsense123

    nononsense123 Established Member

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    3dvideos.org
    3d-print.in
    Bioprint.in
    Vrjapanese.com
    Vrblonde.com
     
  3. dennisok

    dennisok Established Member

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    CaribbeanEr.com
    Cabeautybar.comment
    Edmontongallery.com
     
  4. NicTraders

    NicTraders Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    Time will tell!...
     
  5. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Top Member VIP

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    Hand registering domains is like therapy for me. I love checking names, researching them, etc.

    Here are 5 names that I hand registered within the past year or so:

    HiDojo.com (today)
    WeOutbound.com
    Hempverse.com
    CampaignTrail.org
    ai.city
    MissPolitics.com
     
  6. Jay Ha

    Jay Ha Exploring.. Gold Account VIP

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    Gonna go with these .COMs:
    Main Nation
    Commize
    Cultivana
    Harvestation
    Diet Seed(s)
     
  7. Dooner888

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    Multiviz.com
    Isodon.com
    Alcoholofferz.com
    Scabon.com
    Thetrixx.com
     
  8. DonDraper

    DonDraper Top Member VIP

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    HausAgency//com
    Virtuol//com
    PaySprint//com
    Vodqa//com
    VirtualVid//com
     
  9. varmuk

    varmuk DomainGenic VIP

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    PharmaBucket.com
    MrCrush.com
    DrCompare.com
    Leafabis.com
    TokenGenic.com
     
  10. Josytal

    Josytal Top Member VIP

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    Infractors.com
    Blotless.com
    Off-Chains.com
    FindMalta.com
    TakeOnboard.com

    all king. age less than 2yrs.
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2019
  11. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent Gold Account VIP Trusted Blogger

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    Interesting to read people's contributions, so after much thought, and considering the criteria and request to try to have variety in niches (and also I tried not too much overlap with my list of 10) here they are for me....
    • DotsCash.com
    • CRISPR.science
    • rides.world
    • recycle.best
    • statistically.co
    As I did for the list of 10, I limited myself to one name per TLD and also did 5 different niches. I did not overlap any with my list of 10 in other thread.

    Thanks for thread, @NicTraders ! (y)

    Bob

    PS the CRISPR I have had a number of years, but still inside the allowed 5 year window.
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2019
  12. DonDraper

    DonDraper Top Member VIP

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    I didnt read the conditions, these were from drops
     
  13. China auto

    China auto Established Member

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    "who buy low and sell the names in the three to four-figure range." Never understood why in terms of the global markets age has anything to do with restricting the values as new tech terms (e.g. blockchain) or superstrate linguistics merge globally e.g. crypto - Cyber - 247 thinking in terms of the Asian markets
     
  14. Blitzpotz

    Blitzpotz Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Handregging is THE additional value in domaining for me. You are in the mood for it, have an idea and the flow comes over you. A legal drug. That´s why I am regging to many names and most of them will drop a year or more later. However, my best sales were original handregs even if the higher number of sales results from expiring names of others.

    I reviewed my handregs in 2019 and chose the following names. If I did this tomorrow I would probably list other names. Never mind.

    Catchista.com (today)
    PalladiumWorks.com
    RemoteImplant.com
    VertiFarming.com
    ZeroLog.in

    BTW, my worst handreg this year is probably MarthasCannaYard.com.
    YesWeCbd.com is another candidate unless Kraft Foods decides to use this slogan.
    Or how about this typo QuantumEgde.com, discovered right now?
     
  15. frank-germany

    frank-germany domainer since 2001 / musician Gold Account VIP

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    my best handregs ?
    no drops:

    facekini.eu

    polyplastics.co

    flight24.co

    nashvillemedicare.com

    customrotor.com

    greendrive.app

    and several hundreds of .de
     
  16. Joe Nichols

    Joe Nichols Common sense consultant VIP

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    All in .com:

    TCRtherapy (also .org)
    ScreenlessWorld
    SustainableStock (also .org)
    TearlessOnion(s)
    AdaptiveAid
     
  17. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent Gold Account VIP Trusted Blogger

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    that would be an interesting thread for someone to start!
     
  18. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent Gold Account VIP Trusted Blogger

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    Hope this question is not taking thread off topic, but I found it interesting that in two of your five you have both .com + .org @Joe Nichols Do you do that for a significant part of your portfolio and do you try to sell as pair? I really like the SustainableStock btw (and ScreenlessWorld)
    Bob
     
  19. Joe Nichols

    Joe Nichols Common sense consultant VIP

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    Thanks Bob. Those are actually the only two names where I also registered the .org, and it was because I could see the extension fitting the names and holding a reasonable amount of value if the terms take off commercially.
     
  20. F33333

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    vulturedrones.com
    untaxed.org
    skinconditions.org
    virtualjobhub.com (3W but I liked how it sounded especially with the way things are going!)
    CBG.group
     
  21. WordMills

    WordMills New Member

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    GoodasGolf.com
    SpellSense.com
    MadAffair.com
    SlipStreak.com
    eShuz.com
     
  22. STUART MALOFF

    STUART MALOFF Established Member

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    These are the most recent:

    SteakCentral.com
    VIPFantasyFootball.com
    SportsBettingExpress.com
    BettingDoc.com
    Xalent.com
     
  23. LAYNESHALE

    LAYNESHALE The Domain Junky

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    What a great topic for a thread, I love it!

    Punkness.com
    BioChipz.com
    GrowMexico.com
    HoneyDeluxe.com
    SkiHD.com (HD for high definition)


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  24. NicTraders

    NicTraders Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    Ah, well thought out as usual Bob - no overlap, etc. ;)

    I'll let it pass on this occasion since you fessed up. ;)

    My wife would pay extra for those onions!

    I fear that would be a HUGE thread.
     
  25. marijuanadomain

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    Squarely.com
    MarijuanaGuy.com
    MarijuanaDealer.com
    RedNeckGuy.com
    GXNX.com
     

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