Do You Own Category Defining .com Domain Names?

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Rick Schwartz has been discussing the requirements to be eligible to participate in his new JointVentures.com venture. When you look at them as a unit, it’s essentially category defining .com domain names that are eligible.

Here are the requirements that Rick listed:

  • Must be a dot com.
  • Must clearly state & define the product or service being sold.
  • Must be easy to pronounce & therefore pass the radio test.
  • Must not be longer than necessary, the shorter the better.
  • Must be about a product or service that is in demand & being searched for.
  • Must be easy to remember, in fact it must be a no brainer to remember.
  • Must be a domain a business could be built on.

I don’t know whether some people don’t understand what a “category defining” domain name is, or if they are hoping for the best when they submit them, but I am wondering what category defining .com domain names you own. If you own any and they are for sale, I welcome you to mention that, too.

In case you’re wondering, here are a few of the category defining domain names my company owns right now: ContactManagement.com, BrandManagement.com, EventPlanner.com, HomeStorage.com, and DogWalker.com.

139 COMMENTS

  1. We own SocialCasino.com

    It is a next big thing in gambling.

    Social-Casino is a new emerging category and many casino with social in their name are coming online these days. We have been contacted so many times for selling the domain but we want a lease and/or joint venture. If we have to sell, it will be multi-million sale in the mid to high double digit millions.

    But as per Rick S, it is not a category in the phone book 🙂

    • Appreciate your feedback. It seems I have a lot to learn. Still, not sure why marketenabler.com wouldn’t count. In terms of exact search volume it comes pretty close to ‘brand management’ and is over three times as much as ‘contact management’.

      And no, definitely not saying it’s better than those in anyway, just comparing.(And wondering.)

  2. motorscooters.com
    MetalFabrication.com
    TropicalIslands.com
    CaliforniaRestaurants.com

    Maybe I will contact Rick
    All are for sale at all times for the right price

    Happy Thanksgiving Elliot

  3. Domain Name: PizzaStickers.com

    Pizza delivery boxes can be used as a medium of advertisement to promote businesses. The respective ad sticker(s) can be put on the boxes and delivered to the customers. For instance, if you had a flower store, your ad could be placed on the pizza delivery boxes. The pizza delivery boxes go directly into homes, workplaces or a parties of a large number of people. Hence they form a very good medium to reach out to a large number of potential customers. As many stickers can be sold as the number of pizzas.

    2. Pizza Stickers
    Link: http://www.zazzle.com/pizza+stickers
    Average cost: $6

    3. Pizza Wall Stickers
    Link: http://artpainting4you.eu/wall-murals-canvas-prints-posters-food-drink/pizza-p-831.html
    Average cost: $20

    4. Pizza party invitations
    Link: http://www.shindigz.com/party/Pizza-Slice-Standee.cfm
    Average cost: $20

    5. Scratch and Sniff Pizza stickers
    Link: source: http://www.perpetualkid.com/pizza-scratch-and-sniff-stickers.aspx
    Average cost: $3

    6. Pizza sticker craft for kids, pizza magnet with stickers etc., are other types.

  4. sportcheaters.com I think That any website is devoted to it. Be the 1st one !
    exclusive-partner.com
    private-mate.com

    Are for sale on sedo

    businesscheaters.com
    Pricelessdublin.com

    Are for sale on afternic

    Thanks

  5. Would you consider ParkingGames.com to be a category defining domain? That’s my pride and joy that I have finally purchased after working up to it for years now.

  6. I don’t know if it’s a category killer but it’s the fastest growing food producing sector in the world. Producing about half of the seafood eaten worldwide and growing about 9 percent per year.

    Plus governments and business around the world are investing millions of dollars yearly to advance it.

    In addition to the food side of this niche name it also includes ornamental fish, aquariums and anything grown in water.

    Aquaculture.com

    Any thoughts?

  7. Wow. you are spoon fed the answers and still you don’t get it.

    There are so many bad examples above to choose from. Is “Parking Games” or “Pizza Stickers” in the Yellow pages as a category?

    Pizza Stickers. omg.

    @Elliot, how do you restrain yourself from ridiculing these morons.

    • Obviously parking games isn’t a big as something like OnlineGames.com or something, but to say I don’t get it? No category defining online gaming domains would be found in the yellow pages.

      Parking games is a category of online games that ~450,000 people a month are searching for. I feel the $55k price tag was well worth it…

    • ParkingGames.com went way over my head until I did the research. There are many such games such as Park My Car, Car Park Challenge and Turbo Parking. Seems to fit the “category defining” criteria with room to spare.

  8. I have some .com’s I really like. They probably do not fit Rick’s criteria but I still like them. I mean almost everybody has a plunger now right – I couldn’t find it in the dictionary but I found one in my bathroom:

    AlternateEnergy.com
    AthleticMedicine.com
    AutomotiveWarranty.com
    AutomotiveWarranties.com
    BodyMakeup.com
    CamperShell.com
    CarRenting.com
    ClothesRack.com
    EngagementJewelry.com
    FashionForMen.com
    FashionRunway.com
    FreezeDryers.com
    LandListings.com
    MensEarrings.com
    Plungers.com
    Softgels.com
    StereoCabinets.com
    StereoReceiver.com
    StereoReceivers.com
    StraightJacket.com
    StringBikinis.com
    SubwooferBoxes.com
    SubwooferEnclosures.com
    SwampCoolers.com
    TeenJeans.com
    VitaminSupplement.com
    WildYam.com

  9. I own Cycleclassifieds.com. It is for sale or for rent.
    I also own OnBroadway.com which I think gets right to the heart of the matter. Same deal as above. Will consider a development deal also.

    • I don’t agree… you can certainly find an event planner and a dog walker in the phone book.

      Which of these bullets below do EventPlanner.com and DogWalker.com not meet?

      Must be a dot com.
      Must clearly state & define the product or service being sold.
      Must be easy to pronounce & therefore pass the radio test.
      Must not be longer than necessary, the shorter the better.
      Must be about a product or service that is in demand & being searched for.
      Must be easy to remember, in fact it must be a no brainer to remember.
      Must be a domain a business could be built on.

    • Hi Elliot, they’re very good names, but I wouldn’t think that they receive all that much type-in traffic on their own. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong.

      The basic generic term is “EventPlanning.”

    • “Home Storage” produces 1,000 exact match searches per month.

      I’m sure Elliot owns many domains that produce much higher searches than 1,000. i.e. Burbank.com, Lowell.com,

    • Do any of these names that Rick has sold pass the test? Probably not. I guess that is why he sold them so cheap…

      Meet.me – $450k
      eCruise.com and iCruise.com – Cash and Stock
      235.com – $100k
      iReport.com – $750k
      ChinaTours.com – $200k
      TokyoHotels.com – $200k plus
      PartnerCash.com – $110k
      SydneyHotels.com – $100k
      eScore.com – $100k
      273.com – $50k
      PunchBowl.com and MyPunchBowl.com – Cash and Stock
      236.com – Undisclosed
      RoomDividers.com – $75k

    • Like I said before, just because a name isn’t category defining or doesn’t meet certain criteria, doesn’t mean it’s bad. It simply means it doesn’t match a certain set of criteria.

    • Well, if that’s what’s being asked then everyone would own a “category-defining” name then, wouldn’t they? It just depends on how big the category is. As we can see in the comments, most of the “categories” that are being represented are too small.

  10. I have tried to follow the advice of Frank Schilling regarding the value of category defining domain names and their defining properties. Below are some examples of domain names purchased at registration cost:

    BrandCameras.com
    CycloComputers.com
    HomeDesktops.com
    RomanticBistro.com
    DentalOfficeSearch.com
    FrameBuildings.com
    GumStimulators.com
    WaffleMixes.com
    WideDisplay.com

    I liked the names posted by Doc and MarkH. Dennis, I hope your AnxietyCounseling.com is considered a valid category domain as I have TreatingPhobias.com.

    • Thanks much. I am thinking that your names do better in term of ease-of-spelling. However, my logic is that people who are dealing with the problem and are seeking help probably know how to spell the condition by now.

    • I developed and sold phobias.net a few months ago (But according to Rick it is not a category defining domain because it is a .net).
      People that suffer from it, know it. I own a whole buch of psych domains. If you need some advice contact me.

  11. If your bowl invite committee insists on an undefeated SEC or Pac12 team, you are left with noone to invite – no bowl game because noone meets your standard. Yet the SEC and Pac12 hold most of the top ten BCS rankings. Well, I guess Rick might consider Notre Dame 🙂

  12. I am not sure but putting this here

    TouristPlanner.com
    EventNear.com
    BusinessNear.com
    MallNear.com
    LondonC.com
    DealByCity.com
    GreenNSolar.com
    VillaRooms.com

  13. The examples of domains you listed from your portfolio hold good search value.

    Every domain you listed has at least 1,000+ exact match searches. They are all dot com. I’m sure they’re aged domains.

  14. First- I am a collector of domains. More specifically the type someone might read about in the tech blogs as web 2.0 Ycombinator type companies. So far, my collection is about 300… but during this collecting I did pick up a few generics (doubtful they meet the requirements but what the hey).

    InvitoDoctor.com
    InvitoDoctors.com
    iWestVirginia.com
    247Bonds.com (24/7 on every bail bond sign in America)
    BathandKitchens.com
    CigarsandAccessories.com
    eCarStation.com (Instead of a gas station an electric car station- stretch?)
    OnlineSR22.com
    PaperAutomation.com
    ParentPlans.com (every divorce with kids in America)
    SkiCottages.com
    ToyotaCamryleasing.com
    VillaLeasing.com
    VendingCapital.com
    VacantStorage.com
    Reagan.org

    The rest are just 5-6 letter “cool” sounding names. Please don’t be brutal 🙂 I am not in this for profit just collecting. In fact they are all parked and I will make less than $100 a year from Godaddy. Just wanted to add to Elliots great blog, read the comments in case a domain might be for sale that I like.

    Best,

  15. We just put these up recently. Are they category defining?

    ENTIREBOOKS.COM
    ENTIREJEWELRY.COM
    ENTIREFURNITURE.COM
    ENTIRELUGGAGE.COM
    ENTIRESHOES.COM
    ENTIRECOUPONS.COM
    ENTIRESTORE.COM
    NONSTOPBACKUP.COM

  16. @ Elliot,

    In addition, on Nov. 7th Rick also spoke of stuff you’d find in a dept store.

    “An exact match for the yellow pages. OR A DEPARTMENT IN WALMART. It must be category defining.”

    http://www.ricksblog.com/my_weblog/2012/11/category-killer-domain-namesdefined-premium-domainsremain-undefined-and-less-than-premium.html

    Would something like this fit? BoysDepartment[dot]com
    (Also have BoysDept[dot]com)

    From Frager, “If you were shopping for boys clothes at Bloomingdales…”
    http://fragerfactor.blogspot.com/2010/12/why-brands-need-generic-domain-domain.html

    BTW, have some similar to your
    ContactManagement.com & DogWalker.com
    Mine –
    ContactOwner[dot]com & DogWalkingService[dot]com

  17. Just bought BlackFridayTvDeals.net for $6.99

    Not a category defining domain because it is a .net and long tail name…

    But has exact match keyword global search 6500 and exact local search of 6500, CPC $0.89

    Probably worth nothing…….

    • @ramond
      That’s a great name 😉 sad part is BF is once a year and .net is a turnoff 😉
      But I do have to say you are Right with your last statement ” it’s worth nothing ” Don’t give up 🙂

  18. OutletJeweler.com
    InsureJewelry.com
    JewelerExchange.com
    eKeychains.com
    JewelryAgent.com
    YouMayWin.com
    JewelryClassifieds.com
    JewelryAve.com
    ThatsADeal.com
    ShoppingRing(s).com
    PawnJeweler.com

  19. Would D8R.Org (Bulldozers) and D8Rs.Org (Video recording devices) be specific enough?

    These are both clearly defining categories (but super specific), but sadly have the .Org domain.

  20. Just Some:

    Pelvis.com
    Pelvises.com
    Poplins.com
    Karakuls.com
    Probated.com
    VintageWhiskey.com
    LuxuryWhisky.com
    LuxeWine.com
    LuxeJewelry.com
    LuxuryDrinks.com
    LuxeJets.com
    LuxeHomes.com
    PoshHotels.com
    LushHotels.com
    LuxeBoats.com
    LuxeAutos.com
    LuxuryTreats.com
    LuxuriousDining.com
    LuxeRestaurants.com
    DeluxeRestaurants.com
    LuxuriousRestaurants.com
    GoldWanted.com
    AppraiseCoins.com
    9kEarrings.com
    9ktEarrings.com
    18KaratJewelry.com
    375gold.com
    750gold.com
    24ktGoldbars.com
    ClothToys.com
    eBillion.com
    Antarktyda.com
    RedRubies.com
    PinkOpals.com
    AntiqueJade.com
    DecoJewelry.com
    BaroqueJewelry.com
    EdwardianJewelry.com
    EdwardianJewellery.com
    EdwardianEarrings.com
    EdwardianBrooches.com
    MarquiseDiamonds.com
    AppraiseArt.com
    AppraisePaintings.com
    SableFurs.com
    LuxuriousFurs.com
    LuxuriousLinen.com
    LuxuriousCashmere.com
    LuxuriousClothing.com
    GoldEagleCoins.com
    GoldLibertyCoins.com
    GoldCoinDealers.com
    WorldCoinDealers.com
    CashCheques.com
    CashForCheques.com
    CashForJewelry.com
    PawnDiamonds.com
    LuxeJeans.com
    DeluxeJeans.com
    LuxuriousJeans.com
    LuxuryBoots.com
    LuxuryGloves.com
    WoodCradles.com
    RockingCradles.com
    LuxuryChairs.com
    BlowSofas.com
    LuxuryWool.com
    LuxuryCotton.com
    LuxuryDrapes.com
    LuxuryDesigners.com
    ProofLocks.com
    DeluxePlanes.com
    LuxeAircrafts.com
    luxevehicles.com
    LuxuryTrailers.com
    LuxeCampervans.com
    LuxuryCampervans.com
    LuxeParfums.com
    LuxuryCologne.com
    LuxuryShavers.com
    WineRecipe.com
    DietsRecipes.com
    GlazedLeather.com
    VisasavAilable.com
    eLuxuryGifts.com
    eLuxuryShoes.com
    eLuxuryWatches.com
    eLuxuryShopping.com
    LuxeFlats.com
    MarshalsAuction.com
    SoldBAauction.com
    NicosiaProperties.com
    ManchesterProperties.com
    DamnCheapTickets.com
    BosniaProperties.com
    CorsicaProperties.com
    ColombiaProperties.com
    LuxembourgProperties.com
    LiechtensteinProperties.com
    SwitzerlandProperties.com
    WorldsLeadingHotels.com
    LuxuryFloridaHotels.com
    DailyGoldPrice.com
    AntiqueTimePieces.com
    TheBahamasProperties.com
    TheCaymanIslandsProperties.com

  21. Hmmm, ok.
    Here’s a few:

    DIAMONDSnGOLD.com
    DIAMONDSnJEWELS.com
    SENDETIPS.COM
    TIPMYSERVER.COM
    CITYHAMBURGERS.com
    PAYTHEHELP.COM
    CLICKTOGONOW.com
    ALARMDISARM.com
    BACKFINCRAB.com
    BACKFINCRABS.com
    BIGFATCRABS.com
    CARALARMSTORE.com
    CRABSANDSHRIMP.com
    DISARMALARM.com
    STEAKnSEAFOOD.com
    GULFDRIVE.com
    HELPBYREMOTE.com
    REMOTEHUT.com
    AMERICA4EVER.COM
    TABLETOPBARBECUE.com
    REMOTES4SALE.com
    REMOVEALARM.com
    REMOVESECURITY.com
    TEXTALLOT.com
    VEHICLESTARTER.com
    WIRINGCOLORS.com
    CANTTEXT.com
    WIRINGNOTES.com
    CARREMOTESTORE.com
    COLDSTARTER.com
    CARARMOR.com
    INSTALLBAY.com
    STOREPOLICIES.com
    TAMPATEMP.com
    TRACKINREALTIME.com
    24HOURGUARD.COM
    ALARMDOMAIN.COM
    ALLSTARSERVICE.COM
    AUTOPAGERS.COM
    AUTOPAGING.COM
    BUYMYHARLEY.COM
    CARALARMCENTRAL.COM
    CARALARMCITY.COM
    CARALARMINSTALLER.COM
    CARALARMMAN.COM
    CARPROTECTOR.COM
    CUSTOMCATWALKS.COM
    EXTRASPECIALS.COM
    EZSTARTER.COM
    FASTSTUFF.COM
    FLAINTERNET.COM
    ONSALEITEMS.COM
    GPSONTHENET.COM
    GPSTECHNICIAN.COM
    INSTALLKING.COM
    DELUXESERVICE.COM
    INSTALLSUPPORT.COM
    KEYLESSCAR.COM
    LAZYSTART.COM
    MYMONTHLYMORTGAGE.com
    THEMONTHLYMORTGAGE.com
    MYWIRES.COM
    ONSITEAUTOALARM.COM
    OPENBYREMOTE.COM
    PAGINGALARM.COM
    PAGINGALARMS.COM
    THEDOCTORSREGISTRY.COM
    REMOTESTARTCENTRAL.COM
    REPOPPER.COM
    SENDECASH.COM
    SHOP4ALARMS.COM
    SHOP4CARALARMS.COM
    SHOP4KEYLESSENTRY.COM
    SHOP4REMOTESTART.COM
    STARTBYREMOTE.COM
    STARTERDISABLE.COM
    STARTERKILL.COM
    STARTREMOTELY.COM
    2GOZ.COM
    TOPENDDOMAINS.COM
    USCARPRODUCTS.COM
    VEHICLEDETAILER.com
    VEHICLEWIRES.COM
    VIRGINIAGPS.COM
    RODEOLISTINGS.COM
    WIRINGCHARTS.COM
    DICTATETEXT.COM
    MALIBULISTING.COM
    VERBALTEXT.COM
    VERBALTEXTING.COM
    SPECIALTECHNICIAN.COM
    AFTERSANDY.com
    TIPTHEHELP.COM

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    • Wow, did not know that these would get all those dislikes. Kind of the Lord of the flies on here, but I’m Not discouraged.
      I’ve had my successes doing this and am
      happy with this as a hobby,
      but likely won’t post anything again here. Seems that tearing down someones efforts is more important then constructive criticism. Good luck all.

  22. exerciseforcash.com
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    forecastresults.com
    generousinvestments.com
    hobbiespay.com
    hypeforsale.com
    joggingbusiness.com
    makemoneywithhobbies.com
    moneyforhobbies.com
    passionspay.com
    rattoon.com
    reconnoissance.com
    rectoplasty.com
    supplementbattle.com

    to name a few have much more….all for sale

  23. Picking your partners in life is one of the biggest decisions you can make. A lot of people just don’t want to JV with Rick Schwartz.

    As far as the names posted here, it does offer some harsh perspective on just how few people really do own the most desirable domain names and how the rest of everyone else is so terribly clueless of where they really stand in the domain ecosystem.

  24. AmericanMiracles.com (American Reality Show )

    Real Estate —
    1-2bhk.Com 1-3bhk.com 1-4bhk.com 2-3bhk.com 2-4bhk.com 3-4bhk.com

    AuditingMatters.com — Auditing

    USACancerSociety.com

    Forex and Poker —
    PokerCooker.com , ForexNetworking.com , ForexShopping.com , ForexandPoker.com , ForexExit.com , ForexCommission.com ( PokerCommission.com is owned by Internet Gaming Commission )

    CashingCow.com

    AdvanceProfessionally.com ( Perfect for Coaching Institutes , Online Tutorial site etc )

    GutsandStamina.com ( Health Clubs , Gyms , Term used by Rambo in Movie Rambo )

    IndianMarijuana.com ( Marijuana Selling and info website )

    MontrealDetectives.Com ( Website for Detective Hiring in Montreal )

    NicheGenre.com ( Music World Website for Customers )

    OnlinSoundMixing.com ( Name says all ,online tool perfect for Music Industry )

    PoliticalMorality.com ( Website For Political blogging , advice etc )

    PublicExchequer.com ( Banks , Loan Giving Firms )

    ProfessionalAgreement(s).com ( Lawyers , Consultant , Brokerage Website )

    PublicAgreement (s).com ( Lawyers , Brokerage Websites )

    Techlancing.com ( Same as Freelancing )

    WebtrafficCalculator.com ( Traffic Calculating Website for Internet )

    ComputerCyberSecurity.Com ( Website For AntiVirus and PC Security Provider Companies )

    FutureDarshan.com ( Premium name for Future Prediction , Astrology Site , Darshan is a Religious Hindu Name )

    Blogfear.com ( BLOGGING )

    ClinicalClowning.Com ( Upcoming Tech in Hospitals for Treating Patients in a Humorous Way )

    AmericanBreast.com ( Name says all )

    BhaiyaBhabhi.com ( Perfect for Indian Social Networking , Matrimonial , Adult Video Site )

    SoftwareFashion.com ( Software + Fashion )

    AnotherHairCutNeeded.com ( German Chancellor Word for Reviving European Economy , Also Cool for Hair Salons )

    CoalEmployment.com ( Mr. Obama used the exact term for creating jobs for US Citizens in Coal and Gas Field )
    GasEmployment.com

  25. AmericanMiracles.com ( American Reality Show )

    Adult Domains —

    AmericanBreast.com ( Name says all )
    BhaiyaBhabhi.com ( Perfect for Indian Social Networking , Matrimonial , Adult Video Site )

    Real Estate Domains–

    1-2bhk.Com 1-3bhk.com 1-4bhk.com 2-3bhk.com 2-4bhk.com 3-4bhk.com

    One Word Domains —

    Argle-Bargle.com ( Stylish Name )
    Bathykolpian.com ( Big Breasts )
    Commotional.com
    Gossypiboma.com ( Medical term )
    Gobemouche.com
    NonCabinet.com
    Penologists.com
    Polysyllables.com
    Rheumier.com
    Robertsganj.com ( Indian City )
    Sarsenet.com ( Textile Industry )
    Summational.com ( Maths )
    Textiloma.com ( Medical )
    Unbonnet.com ( Auto Industry )

    Forex and Poker Domains – –

    ForexCommission.com ( PokerCommission.com is owned by Internet Gaming Commission )
    ForexExit.com
    ForexNetworking.com ( Networking and Contacts for Forex )
    ForexandPoker.com
    ForexShopping.com ( Online Forex Shopping )
    PokerCooker.com

    Finance and Cash Domains —

    CashingCow.com
    PhysicalCash.com

    Website Launching Domains —

    AuditingMatters.com ( Auditing Site )
    AdvanceProfessionally.com ( Perfect for Coaching Institutes , Online Tutorial site etc )
    GutsandStamina.com ( Health Clubs , Gyms , Term used by Rambo in Movie Rambo )
    IndianMarijuana.com ( Marijuana Selling and info website )
    MontrealDetectives.Com ( Website for Detective Hiring in Montreal )
    NicheGenre.com ( Music World Website for Customers )
    OnlinSoundMixing.com ( Name says all ,online tool perfect for Music Industry )
    PoliticalMorality.com ( Website For Political blogging , advice etc )
    PublicExchequer.com ( Banks , Loan Giving Firms )
    ProfessionalAgreement(s).com ( Lawyers , Consultant , Brokerage Website )
    PublicAgreement(s).com ( Lawyers , Brokerage Websites )
    Techlancing.com ( Same as Freelancing )
    WebtrafficCalculator.com ( Traffic Calculating Website for Internet )

    ComputerCyberSecurity.Com ( Website For AntiVirus and PC Security Provider Companies )

    USACancerSociety.com

    FutureDarshan.com ( Premium name for Future Prediction , Astrology Site )
    Darshan is a Religious Hindu Name

    CoalEmployment.com ( Mr. Obama used the exact term for creating jobs for US Citizens in Coal and Gas Field )
    GasEmployment.com

    Blogfear.com ( BLOGGING )
    ClinicalClowning.Com ( Upcoming Tech in Hospitals for Treating Patients in a Humorous Way )

    Software

    SoftwareFashion.com ( Software + Fashion )
    SoftwareandMedical.com / info ( High searching keyword with very high cpc of 12 usd )

  26. AmericanMiracles.com ( American Reality Show )

    Adult Domains —

    AmericanBreast.com ( Name says all )
    BhaiyaBhabhi.com ( Perfect for Indian Social Networking , Matrimonial , Adult Video Site )

    Real Estate Domains–

    1-2bhk.Com 1-3bhk.com 1-4bhk.com 2-3bhk.com 2-4bhk.com 3-4bhk.com

    One Word Domains —

    Argle-Bargle.com ( Stylish Name )
    Bathykolpian.com ( Big Breasts )
    Commotional.com
    Gossypiboma.com ( Medical term )
    Gobemouche.com
    NonCabinet.com
    Penologists.com
    Polysyllables.com
    Rheumier.com
    Robertsganj.com ( Indian City )
    Sarsenet.com ( Textile Industry )
    Summational.com ( Maths )
    Textiloma.com ( Medical )
    Unbonnet.com ( Auto Industry )

    Forex and Poker Domains – –

    ForexCommission.com ( PokerCommission.com is owned by Internet Gaming Commission )
    ForexExit.com
    ForexNetworking.com ( Networking and Contacts for Forex )
    ForexandPoker.com
    ForexShopping.com ( Online Forex Shopping )
    PokerCooker.com

    Finance and Cash Domains —

    CashingCow.com
    PhysicalCash.com

    Website Launching Domains —

    AuditingMatters.com ( Auditing Site )
    AdvanceProfessionally.com ( Perfect for Coaching Institutes , Online Tutorial site etc )
    GutsandStamina.com ( Health Clubs , Gyms , Term used by Rambo in Movie Rambo )
    IndianMarijuana.com ( Marijuana Selling and info website )
    MontrealDetectives.Com ( Website for Detective Hiring in Montreal )
    NicheGenre.com ( Music World Website for Customers )
    OnlinSoundMixing.com ( Name says all ,online tool perfect for Music Industry )
    PoliticalMorality.com ( Website For Political blogging , advice etc )
    PublicExchequer.com ( Banks , Loan Giving Firms )
    ProfessionalAgreement(s).com ( Lawyers , Consultant , Brokerage Website )
    PublicAgreement(s).com ( Lawyers , Brokerage Websites )
    Techlancing.com ( Same as Freelancing )
    WebtrafficCalculator.com ( Traffic Calculating Website for Internet )

    ComputerCyberSecurity.Com ( Website For AntiVirus and PC Security Provider Companies )

    USACancerSociety.com

    FutureDarshan.com ( Premium name for Future Prediction , Astrology Site )
    Darshan is a Religious Hindu Name

    CoalEmployment.com ( Mr. Obama used the exact term for creating jobs for US Citizens in Coal and Gas Field )
    GasEmployment.com

    Blogfear.com ( BLOGGING )
    ClinicalClowning.Com ( Upcoming Tech in Hospitals for Treating Patients in a Humorous Way )

    Software —

    SoftwareFashion.com ( Software + Fashion )
    SoftwareandMedical.com ( High searching keyword with very high cpc of 12 usd )

    • regarding FutureDarshan.com, you obviously don’t know the connotations of darshan. In contrast to your claim, your domain name is terrible for astrology or future prediction. I don’t think this domain name is good for anything. The name is incoherent and inconsistent in so many ways I could almost call it an oxymoron.

  27. Any Suggestions on these domains?

    DomesticBooking.com
    TimberCeiling.com
    7SeaterMPV.com
    AdventureHotSpots.com
    Holidayable.com
    MobileBookers.com

  28. Elliot,

    Thank you. I just started my monday morning off with a good laugh as I sifted through all the rubbish people have posted. 95% of “domainers” have blinders on and are completely oblivious to the crap they own.

    These types of posts are my favorite because 1. I get to see the crap come out of the woodwork and 2. get to see how PROUD people are of the crap (the finniest part to me)

    Anyways, thanks for the laugh.

  29. Uhg I couldnt read anymore past the halfway mark of comments. In what way do “domainers” listing names that are not relevant in any copacity to what the subject is?

    Category Defining. Is it that hard to know what you might find in the Yellow pages as a bold category vs. a sub sub sub sub…par?

    thegaypornshop.com
    Pornting.com
    Sexnergy.com
    mallnear.com

    oh yeah there it is in my phone book

    Id do more but the entertainment of it went away. Thanks guys!

  30. Re:Do You Own Category Defining .com Domain Names?

    Criteria::
    —————————
    Must be a dot com.
    Must clearly state & define the product or service being sold.
    Must be easy to pronounce & therefore pass the radio test.
    Must not be longer than necessary, the shorter the better.
    Must be about a product or service that is in demand & being searched for.
    Must be easy to remember, in fact it must be a no brainer to remember.
    Must be a domain a business could be built on.
    —————————

    phpcoders.com
    javacoders.com

    🙂

  31. We own the following category defining DNs:
    Automaticsearching.com (new feature just adopted by Google)
    Bendablemobile.com (flexible cell phones being the new hot thing)
    Childrenrestaurant.com (over 33,000 exact searches/month)
    Iridescentdisplay.com (just launched by Samsung for cell phones)
    All for sale.
    Comments welcome.

  32. First time that i comment on this blog. Congrats for the hard work Elliot!

    I have one yellow page domain. In fact i have more, but i’ll just put this .com, ginasios.com

    Cheers

  33. Facebook lets you know who likes or dislikes a post, too bad its anonymous on blogs.

    btw I enjoy your blog elliot, Not only informative but enjoyable as well.

  34. Roomettes.com
    HowToSpeakCantonese.com
    HowToSpeakHebrew.com
    MortgageSanDiego.com
    BattlingTops.com
    BarBQ.net
    GermanyMotels.com
    DenverInns.com
    ComboTables.com
    Vogesite.com
    WeedThis.com
    TallahasseeCondominiums.com
    PlanoCondominiums.com
    NewyorkHomestead.com

    • I think it’s pretty clear at this point that you aren’t sharing category defining domain names but are looking for an outlet to post other names. I recommend posting them elsewhere since there are many people subscribing to this thread every time someone posts, and it’s probably annoying them by now.

  35. Just a few of mine may be ok.

    3dlayerprinter.com

    agencylawyers.com

    agencyworkers.com

    caninedoctor.com

    cloudshosting.com

    cloudsstorage.com

    clouddigitalstorage.com

    delegators.com

    financeaide.com

    flightsquote.com

    itmediaplayer.com

    hospitalproduct.com

    personalloans4u.com

    refuserecycling.com

    regionaldoctors.com

    skivenues.com

    solarmanufacture.com

    sportingservice.com

    biggunpoker.com

    startsoccer.com

    vegasapartmentsforsale.com

    Maybe not the greatest but better than some. Happy days. Be lucky.

  36. I’m a little late to the party, but here are a few of my domain names:

    ApprovedWeb.com
    FullyTrusted.com
    TrustedFacts.com

    I plan to sell these (although they are not for sale at this moment). Are they as good as I think they are?

    At the moment, you can contact me via this address:
    324459fd1bf84b32b2130c7ff3db8516.protect@whoisguard.com

    If I get overwhelmed with spam, I’ll change that address. However, you could always post a comment/reply here to get in touch with me.

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