Discussion in 'Domain Expiration and Domain Drop Catching' started by Avtar629, Aug 16, 2017.
Picked up MuscleFueled.com - expired .com found via Expired Domains.
Pronounced Detox, shame its not the .com version
The .net and .org are taken
Estibot Value $3500
8,250 monthly searches
Grabbed it when it expired and became available again
You beat me by 8 days. I hand regged dtox.ca on the 15th!
I also won sobr.net at Namejet on the 14th!
Picked up these .ca's through the TBR roughly $20/each.
Infinis (latin - "Endless")
Im accepting offers if you want to buy it. Lol
Picked up hellboys.com
Thanks to expireddomain
Nice name hellboys.com
picked up IdeasStartup.com expired name. Any remarks?
Wow! Holy Schnaikiballz I can't believe I just snagged this one with backorder.
wait for it..........................!
Boom! That just happened!
lol don't know what or who owned this and let it go but I love it.
Usually my wild west domains never gets the domains I backorder. this one really makes me scratch my head.
Their backorder service made me lose out on Ethereum360.com and others.
VR is the new media for now and the future.
They say the application of VR with education is going to be huge!
Domain Price Date Venue
exam.com 75,000 USD 2008-04-02 Sedo
examine.com 41,000 USD 2011-05-12 Private
examtesting.com 9,000 USD 2013-04-01 Afternic
examstudyguides.com 8,000 USD 2015-04-24 Uniregistry
exam.net 6,000 USD 2016-01-31 SnapNames
exambook.com 3,195 USD 2011-07-20 Sedo
examples.net 3,000 USD 2011-01-17 Sedo
examresult.com 2,702 USD 2007-10-23 Private
examtutor.com 2,500 USD 2011-12-12 Sedo
exam.me 1,851 USD 2011-12-07 Sedo
Delivery places dot com
Debt dot Ninja
Got it from a godaddy closeout, MyLoi is a village in Greece
3 through auction. All godaddy. All within last week.
Flyingtraffic.com ( battled 8 bids)
80% of my portfolio is related to cryptocurrency. Looking to balance
That's a porn actress
Yup. I got a couple of adult names
Came across and regged: GoTravelBot.com
3 years old, could be a good name for an image hosting website similar to imgur for example.
@Avtar629 When you get Word + VR- the Word part is usually a brand name. VR + Word is usually better to demonstrate a niche. So VRExam.com (Virtual Reality Exam) would have been much better than ExamVR.com (Exam Virtual Reality which doesn't make much sense as a sentence and likely no company will call itself 'Exam'). That's probably why you got the backorder. Having said that- people might still search for 'exam vr' in the future so the domain might sell.
I see. I was surprised though but seems like a trend with the 20-30 something's hipster millennials to create a brand where VR is at the end.
I mean weren't you the one who owned GoVR.com? Awesome name by the way!)
I might be wrong.
Anyways I like it.
Goes with my GaoKaoVR.com
I'll shop it around the big boys who might be working on something along the lines of a test prep?
Any exam that would benefit the with showing real life scenarios and puts people in those scenarios to see what they would do.
There are driver license exams car or truck.
As someone who drove trucks. Vr would be great for testing people. When I went to school for it you had to wait your turn to practice as there was only 1 test tractor trailer.
Not to mention Exam can also mean Examination by say a doctor.
To bad can't use Exam with VR's other use as in Vacation Rentals.
Thanks for the input. Always welcome.
Clearbit? Find me CEOs for
Whatever company that administers the SAT,LSAT,mcats,bsn,mis, and all board exams.
But we'll see.
Good luck to you and all.
@Avtar629 In 'Go VR', 'Go' can be the company name. I actually don't own that one. I own 'Up VR' where again 'Up' can serve as the company name or an acronym. 'Exam' probably won't be a company name, that's why it makes more sense after the word VR instead of before it. But... you never know. I certainly wish you a great sale.
Yeah there you go! I knew it was some awesome 4L like that. I'm a fan when I first saw it
How much you expect to sell such a gem?
Probably a great story behind it.
All in the king
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