Every now and then, I like to share some of the domain names I recently acquired. Below are a handful of domain names I bought in the aftermarket, which includes private purchases and auctions. Feel free to submit your recent acquisitions in the comment section if you’d like.
Unfortunately, all of my purchase prices are private. I am on vacation in Florida, so comment approval may be slow. Perhaps I will see you at TRAFFIC next week?
DogPark.com – Bought the website and domain name, which sees around 12,000 visitors a month right now.
Nightlights.com – My Dad owns a retail store, and when I went to the New York International Gift Fair in August, the one thing he wanted me to look for was a line of nightlights in the $20-30 range. These make popular gifts and retail anywhere from $5 – $100, depending on the nightlight. Probably will re-sell instead of develop.
WeddingEntertainment.com – I owned this name back in 2008, and I was able to re-purchase it this week. There are a lot of bands, djs, and other wedding entertainment companies out there, and I may either develop one of my directory sites on it or re-sell it.
LinkwheelService.com – Link wheels seem to be popular SEO tools, and there are a lot of companies offering link wheel services. I will probably re-sell it.
CallCenterOperations.com – When I worked at AIG, my team worked with a number of call centers. On large campaigns, we hired call center operations companies to help manage the programs. It’s a fairly small niche, but there’s a lot of money.
SciaticaTreatment.com – At 27,100, “sciatica treatment” has pretty significant exact match results according to the Google Adwords Keyword Tool. There are also several extensions developed and a number of affiliate programs.
MemoryBoxes.com – Companies sell these so people can put important items into to save them for the future.