Labeled as showcase in Domain Buying and Domain Purchases started by GiftedDomains, May 13, 2012.
OK .. here it is .. my final big bulk "catch up post" from the other thread .. lol .. I still would have preferred this .. but doesn't look like it's going to happen. So enjoy this last huge batch .. from this point forward I'll be posting my buys here first more or less as they hit my account (I'm still a few weeks behind so it might seem like a lot initially .. lol .. but after this post I haven't shared any buys anywhere else) .. RIP to that other thread .. lol
EffectiveStorytelling // dot // com (2008)
Story names seem to be doing very well these days for content creation companies. While this one is a bit longer, it is pinpoint on target for how these companies would like to be seen by potential customers. Really like tihs one!
MarvelousMortgages // dot // com (2003)
Alliteration brand for one of the best keywords. Definitely a great domain!
AcupuctureForum // dot // com (2003)
Acupuncture is a really big and growing industry. I'm surprised this industry forum domain hasn't yet been developed.
SelectPearls // dot // com (2004)
Every now and then my Facebook feed shows me a live video of people doing some kind of live lottery where people win different kinds of pearls. Made me think there's a big demand for them as there is for almost everything else in the jewellery business. I really like the "select" prefix with this one as the combined name really sounds perfect!
RocketMultimedia // dot // com (2003)
When you're looking for help making a video or other media content to help your company take off who are you going to turn to to help your business take off? "Rocket" Multimedia of course .. lol .. this is indeed an amazing media brand!
Dajix // dot // com (2013)
A cool and techie sounding 5L that could be used by almost any business.
AmazingSuits // dot // com (2006)
There are huge markups in business suits .. even more if they are "Amazing Suits"!
IvyLeagueMD // dot // com (2005)
Ivy League refers to a grouping of very high class universities like Harvard, Princeton and Yale. So this prestigious brand works perfectly for any doctor(s) coming out of these schools.
Kimbelina // dot // com (2004)
Nice fun female first name .. you really cannot go wrong with domains like these.
IconicCigars // dot // com (2010)
I like the "Iconic" prefix when it comes to something that ties to be classy like cigars .. give the semblance of being extra classy.
ExpertPlastics // dot // com
Plastic is an absolutely colossal industry. Pretty much everything we buy contains or is packaged by plastic. This is a seriously monster brand!
SpectacularWebDesign // dot // com (1998)
Spectacular and well aged (from 1998) brand for a web development agency.
UrgentLending // dot // com
So much money and competition in payday loans. What's great about this brand is that it works both for payday loans and for conventional bank type loans. Either way, people who need loans urgently are likely to be willing to pay higher interest to get out of a short term jam.
WalletSetup // dot // com
Long term crypto growth faces a few obstacles .. but one of the biggest is the technical hurdle in that the average person has no clue how to get bitcoin even if they actually wanted any. This has the potential to be a huge lead generator.
PerpetualSun // dot // com (2011)
An absolutely brilliant brand for a solar company!
GoldenPretzels // dot // com (2005)
Yummy yummy in my tummy! Golden is the ideal colour for pretzels!
Accurate/Drug/Testing // dot // com (2002)
With Cannabis becoming legal in more and more jurisdictions, police forces everywhere are looking for better accuracy for road-side testing. Accuracy is proving to be a big problem, so any company who can lay best claim to being accurate has a huge advantage.
CSR247 // dot // com (2004)
Customer Service Representative 24/7. Pretty much the perfect brand for an outsourcing call center company that caters to companies that need their help phone lines open 24/7. Massive money in such contracts.
MightyDrones // dot // com (2013)
Where you go to buy drones that don't fall apart in 3 km per hour winds!
WiseTreats // dot // com (2008)
Love this as a pet food brand. Pretty much every vegan pet owner are likely to be just as picky in terms of food quality for their dogs or cats as they are for themselves. Add to that the fact that pet treats are known for having crap in them, and with that fact having a word like "wise" in your brand can make a huge impact and difference.
CoatPros // dot // com
Countless millions of coats are sold every year. Global warming is real .. but it's not going to change the fact that it still gets damn cold a few months a year in many corners of the world. People will still need coats for at least a few more years!
JeuxDeHasard // dot // com (1999)
This means "Games of Chance" in French. So effectively it's the perfect gambling name for an online casino.
VerifiedInfluencers // dot // com
With the explosion of social influencing, advertisers are going to be getting increasingly weary of being sure their money is going to influencers who have legitimate traffic and clout. I'm guessing there already are agencies representing these personalities, but it's only the beginning with lots of growth to come .. this brand is a great name for such a company who wants potential clients to have a strong feeling of trust towards them.
DogTrackingSystem // dot // com (2004)
I'm not usually a fan of three-word key-word domains, but I most certainly am if there are solid stats behind them. In this case it's an exact-match monthly search volume of 5400 with a PPC of $2.70 (=$14.5k monthly search value). Can't really go wrong with that if you get it at the right price (which I obviously did .. lol). More importantly is that pet owners are pretty crazy when it comes to getting gadgets for their pets (you should see the all shewed up squeaky squirrels Steamie has all over my place .. lol). Most trackers have nice high $xx or low $xxx sales prices with good mark-ups .. so fairly good business .. if you can get the traffic with a good meaningful domain like this one.
Couple new friendly, colorful, and slangy canna/vape snaps:
EconomyExpert // dot // com (2005)
EconomyExperts // dot // com (2005)
I really love this pair of domains due it them having such wide and broad potential uses in finance, one of the most profitable sectors out there. Both tenses work very well as the singular is obvious an amazing brand .. while the plural gives the impression of a strong team behind the brand.
i love the Verse keyword
DaVinciDrones // dot // com (2014)
The alliteration really makes this name flow off the tongue. But beyond that, DaVinci invented his own version of a "flying machine", making for some amazing logo possibilities as well along with making his name quite appropriate to associate with drones. I love finding good synergistic combinations like this one!
GourmetCoffeePods // dot // com (2004)
The trend of pod coffee machines keeps going. Plus "Gourmet Coffee" is a term of it's own beyond just two words added together. This is the type of domain that I might hesitate with at first .. but then just a quick trip to Google and I see countless potential end users. Maybe a big player .. but potentially hundred if not thousands of drop-shipping businesses. (PS .. I'm not a coffee drinker .. lol)
Both in .com
.COM i am not fan of name with number but this one i bought because BINGO have 90 balls and alot of companies using 90 with bingo keyword
For coupons, discounts, liquidators, deals, dollar store... or, I dunno, cheap urine?
GetYoursFree // dot // com (2002)
Awesome call-to-action domain perfect for product sampling marketing. Great for just a single company who wants to get potential new clients to sample their goods, but also potentially an great advertising platform where an advertising startup could get all kinds of companies to pay them to list their products.
PullCloud sold $7,000. Many prefix+cloud sales and put fits with cloud imo.
.COM ITS DIGITALEXCHANGE
in the com and born in 2007 (don't know why this one spoke to me)
in the com and born in 2005 (that's right, they are coming back into style--yep, the kids are dropping the 'cut' when referring to the style...gots to save energy by eliminating a word!)
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