Types of Domain Names I am Buying

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With as much uncertainty as there is in the domain market these days, I am being more selective about domain names that I buy. As PPC is dwindling, there is less money being reinvested into the domain market by domain investors. Since much of the domain sales market has been fueled by domain investors reinvesting their PPC income, that area of the market seems to be stagnant.   End users are still buying domain names, but as most people know, it’s a tougher sell.
In that vein, I am being more selective about the names I am buying. When I think about buying a domain name, on top of the standard research I do, I ask myself how the name could be developed into a website. If there is no obvious way that a business could be established on that domain name, there isn’t much of a chance I am buying.
I like geodomain names for this reason.   It’s fairly easy to imagine how a city names (in the .com) can be developed into a business.   While it’s not easy to generate sustainable revenue to make a living, knowing what the site should feature is a no-brainer.   Cities, regions, and countries are like brands with which people are familiar.   If you asked a random person on the street in California what Burbank.com would be without prior knowledge, he would probably say, “a site with information about Burbank, California.”
I also like category defining product related domain names like TruckRims.com (which will be auctioned off by Rick Latona at Traffic) or ComputerSpeakers.com (which I once owned).   If you know what to expect on a website before you’ve ever seen the site, the name is probably a good name. It’s important, however, that a business can be built around that concept – otherwise, how will you make money?
One problem I am having is that many end user companies also know how strong these product and service related domain names are.   I have seen quite a few Whois lookups lately where names are owned by CSN Stores or Net Shops.   These companies get it and they own some fantastic product-related domain names that probably won’t ever be on the market.
If you have great .com product related domain names, drop me a note in the comment ection.   I had once offered up to $100,000 for a city .com domain name, but that didn’t yield a single viable city .com name unfortunately.   I am not looking for anything other than .com right now, nor am I looking for brandable type names.   I am looking for names like WindowTreatments.com, Dehumidifiers.com, WashingMachines.com… etc.   If you have a fantastic name like this, I am looking – and if I can’t afford it, I know several friends who have much larger budgets for these types of names. The problem is that end users own most of these names.   Some are starting to understand the value – which ultimately is a very good thing for domain investors.

65 COMMENTS

  1. I have found your articles interesting as you have indicated your background was outside of IT. Just curious – have you ever considered foreign language domains?
    ***UPDATED BY ELLIOT***
    I think they are good if they cctld is used in that country and the domain name actually means something in the language. For example, Villas.it.

  2. Before anyone starts chuckling too loudly, just do a google search to see what pops up on the search on these keyword searches.. My sites may currently be sub-par for their potential but I am knee-deep in some other pressing matters..
    Product or Service related Domains:
    CustomBarcode.com
    AnimalFeedStorageBins.com
    CropStorageSilo.com
    3dGraphicChip.com
    3dApplication.com
    ShearlingFootwear.com
    PrenatalDNAtests.com
    MotionSensitiveTouchScreen.com
    TweenMerchandise.com
    SeniorMerchandise.com
    JuvenileMerchandise.com
    MaternityMerchandise.com
    PrepaidGamerCards.com – This is going to be huge for Xmas! I have many versions running #1 on Google on their keyword search if you are interested in owning a bigger piece of this market. (world of warcraft, Ultimate, Meez, Visa prepaid game cards…)

  3. Hi Elliot,
    I own the domain marinebattery.com which I feel falls into the generic category your looking for. I am asking $10,000 for it.
    thanks,
    Mike

  4. I do have a few product related domains….Feel free to send your offer (low $xxx to mid $x,xxx) via the email from this post…Thank You
    GPSRadars.com
    CDFile.com
    LeatherSportsBag.com
    PorkSpareRibs.com
    NyStrips.com
    CreamCheeseSpread.com
    Thank You

  5. I think I’ve got one of those: BreastPump.com – a nursing mom’s best friend. You might only know about that product though if you’ve had a baby or known a nursing mom.
    the owner of the plural has a full business built around it, and the singular gets more searches

  6. umpchandheld.com and umpchandhelds.com…. the future of thin computers and the manufactures are rolling them out.
    seeking range of 800 to 2000 each or can work a deal for both.
    thanks,
    jeff

  7. >I have seen quite a few Whois lookups lately
    You run your own whois lookup service?
    ***UPDATED BY ELLIOT***
    No, but I do quite a few lookups for potential acquisitions.

  8. funny you mention csn stores – i was close to selling casualdining.com but we couldn’t agree on a final price – they were going to use the name for their online casual dining furniture concept – however, phrase is more well-known in the restaurant space (think chili’s, olive garden, etc).

  9. Here are some business ideas waiting to happen:
    UnsoldAdInventory.com
    PPCVerification.com
    ClickThroughAudits.com
    OnlineAdBuyer.com
    SoftwareVulnerabilities.com
    PiracyScan.com
    CondoReit.com
    MotelCondos.com
    NoPersonals.com
    TrophyYachts.com
    StudentMembership.com
    RenminbiConversion.com

  10. I have a city name that you may be interested in:
    granthampennsylvania.com
    I also own other product names:
    dungareejeans.com
    emptydvdcases.com
    lightweightuprightvacuum.com
    mexicanfuel.com
    premiumt-shirts.com
    womanpants.com
    Service names:
    creditrepairanswer.com
    interlockingweave.com
    faxes.in
    contracts.cc

  11. Hi Elliot,
    Here are a few that may interest you:
    Walked.com
    WallStencils.com – 120% CTR since 1st Jan
    BestDigitalCameras.com
    EuropeanBeaches.com
    SouthwestAsia.com
    DealingAccount.com
    DealingAccounts.com
    NewSlrs.com
    LonGDistanceBinoculars.com
    ChemicalDye.com
    DisplaySuppliers.com
    AdelaideMaps.com
    PrivateClientStockbroker.com
    Internet-Radio.com
    Scrap-Metal.com
    Solar-Powered.com
    Jazz-Instruments.com
    Safari-Trips.com
    Walking-Boots.com
    Camera-Reviews.com
    BudgetPhones.net
    ShareSelection.com
    + many others – may have something that interests you.

  12. Hi Elliot,
    I have the following generic .com’s available:
    AffordableVacation.com
    Kalua.com
    CampusBookstores.com
    99CentStores.com
    SalvageAuctions.com
    Tortillas.com
    DinosaurFossils.com
    PortOfLongBeach.com
    WholesaleFootwear.com
    CustomSurfboards.com
    I also have the following generic one-word ccTLD’s for Mexico (.com.mx)
    Zapatos.com.mx (shoes)
    Banco.com.mx (bank)
    Farmacia.com.mx (pharmacy)
    Vitaminas.com.mx (vitamins)
    Mayoreo.com.mx (wholesale)
    Menudeo.com.mx (retail)
    Estampillas.com.mx (stamps)
    Tuxedo.com.mx (tuxedo)
    Best Regards,
    Rob

  13. Hi Elliot,
    Some offerings:
    PRODUCT ORIENTED DOMAINS:
    AbdominalFitnessEquipment.com
    BannerBags.com (-an eco domain,bags made from recycled banners)
    AutoCleaningKit.com
    PregnancyTestingKits.com
    ChefMats.com
    OutdoorWoodFurniture.com
    OdorControlEquipment.com
    SpringWaterDispenser.com
    GEODOMAINS:
    PhillyBikes.com
    PhillyStudios.com
    GreensburgFlowers.com
    EastwoodLimo.com
    AbileneWeddings.com
    CheyenneWeddings.com
    GrandviewCatering.com
    SouthlandCatering.com
    ManhattanPuppets.com
    BronxPizzeria.com
    WestHavenPizza.com
    RaleighPizza.com
    BrooklynMade.com
    BrooklynCateringCompany.com
    CaliforniaWineCollection.com
    GrandCanyonBlog.com
    MoscowTourGuide.com
    WesternLasik.com
    TourGuideVegas.com
    SantaFeConnection.com

  14. Here are several subject areas to consider…several GREAT ones! Keep in touch.
    ExplainNutrition.com
    ReceiveEmailNotification.com
    RelievingDepression.com (.net & .info as a possible bonus)
    SolvingDepression.com
    TestsIQ.com
    WoodwindFamily.com
    One word…
    Unfabulous.com
    Mandrian.com
    Enrole.com
    PdaAccessaries.com
    WestValleyCityYellowPages.com
    Last City Yellowpages over 100K residents out there)
    SkiAndSnowboarding.com
    BoatAndSails.com
    XSnowboard.com
    BikingAndWalking.com
    LasVentanillas.com (Windows)
    LawAndStates.com
    CriminalLawLitigation.com
    MP3AndPlayers.com
    Mp3AndWavFiles.com
    AprendaElingles.com (Learn English)
    EnglischErlernen.com (learn English)
    BuyYourJunk.com
    ElHelicoptero.com (Helicopter)
    Other GEOs…
    LongIslandTouristsGuide.com
    VirginiaBeachTouristsGuide.com
    WilliamsburgTouristsGuide.com
    NYCityTouristsGuide.com
    ChicagoTouristsGuide.com
    MiamiTouristsGuide.com
    GermanyTouristsGuide.com
    EnglandTouristsGuide.com
    HawaiinIslandsTourismGuides.com
    GulfCoastTourismGuides.com
    NJTourismGuide.com
    SanFranciscoTouristsGuide.com
    FloridaKeysTouristGuides.com
    NewOrleansTouristGuide.com
    EuropeanTouristGuide.com
    AustraliaTouristGuides.com
    SouthAfricaTouristGuides.com
    BrazilTouristGuide.com
    CostaRicaTouristGuide.com
    HamptonsTouristGuide.com
    NapaValleyTouristGuide.com
    WashingtonDCTouristsGuide.com
    RichmondTouristGuide.com
    MediterraneanTouristGuides.com
    JapanTouristGuides.com
    ScotlandTouristGuides.com
    VermontTouristGuides.com
    SwitzerlandTouristGuides.com
    UnitedStatesTouristGuides.com
    MexicoTouristGuides.com
    UnitedKingdomTouristGuide.com
    FranceTourismGuides.com
    BahamaTouristGuides.com
    ChinaTouristGuides.com

  15. “by CSN Stores or Net Shops. These companies get it and they own some fantastic product-related domain names that probably won’t ever be on the market.”
    Elliot,
    Do you know how or what these companies use to produce such effective sites?
    They really look great.
    Patrick

  16. Hi Buddy,
    All golden .coms, of course:
    AirDuctCleaner
    BoxFiller/s
    FlipUps
    FrameLift/s
    Geltabs
    Handcooler/s (beautiful antique & modern collectibles; used by proper ladies before the advent of air conditioning)
    JugWines
    Listenings (CDs, cassettes, downloads, etc)
    Maxivans (killer 1-word for less than what just one costs)
    MiniResume/s
    Multiunits
    NewInBox (one of eBay’s most popular categories; 12 million google references)
    PersonalVideoPlayers
    RapidRescorer/s
    SkinFacial/s
    Softails
    Steakery/ies
    SwagLamp/s (love them 70’s)
    SwingBike (you’ve got to see these things)
    TableBooks
    Velocipeds
    VibratingShoes & VibratingInsoles (don’t laugh; medically proven to maintain balance in those 60+ and/or “balance-challenging medical conditions)
    WhiteJuice (white wine)
    ps. GeographicURL/s for Geo entrepreneurs & enthusiasts.

  17. woah. . . you seemed to open a can of worms here Elliot.
    Add me to your list of those seeking that sort of name. Sadly, none of the above fall into the caliber that I’m looking for though.

  18. Hi Elliot,
    Nice article and a good revelation of what many domainers have been doing for years. I wrote a guest post for Trenddomaining.com last week regarding how to discover product generic terms very easily. Here’s the link: http://www.trenddomaining.com/guest-post-new-domain-registrations-cheap-hot-tip-for-great-domains/
    I also own “ProductDomains.com” if anyone wants it. I’ll take $3500 for it.
    Here’s just a few niche product domains I own, will sell for cheap (there’s always thousands more to buy “OOTB” -Out Of The Basket — or better known as “new registrations” lol)
    Flocculator.com (never heard of it? google it. Expensive product one word domain)
    OilDerricks.com
    IrrigationPipes.com
    SaltwaterPump.com
    HeavydutyBattery.com
    PipingCompound.com
    AcrylicEmulsion.com
    SensorTile.com
    FiberglassTubing.com
    SurfaceWipe.com
    Flarelauncher.com
    AntilockBrake.com
    LumberBusiness.com
    ProduceIndustry.com
    WholesaleCheese.com
    WholesaleChicken.com
    Feel free to contact me if you’re interested and make an offer.
    best wishes

  19. Hi Elliot,
    Offering these for your consideration:
    AgedChampagne.com
    EnglishCordials.com
    GreekLiqueurs.com
    GreekIslesVacations.com
    AndeanVacations.com
    BamiyanValley.com
    IrishYarns.com
    MopedShopping.com
    AssortedCakes.com
    BritishVirginIslandsHoliday.com
    CapeMayForeclosures.com
    CubanEcotourism.com
    Flutterpanties.com
    LiquidBonds.com
    RiskFreeRates.com
    VisitBerkshireHills.com
    MirloBeach.com
    NickelHardware.com
    RacinePizza.com
    VisitHyannisport.com
    HamiltonBermudaRealEstate.com
    I’m quite reasonable.
    Frank

  20. My domain names make a domainer cringe as they are primarily too long and would never be considered category killers. I’m realistic and understand they hold little pure type in value, but what is valuable about these names are the keywords they contain.
    Because of the SEO work I’ve put into a network of 14 sites, this one verticle earns the following each month (all from organic traffic):
    Commission Juntion: ~$300
    Other Affiliate Network: ~$100
    Adsense: ~$200
    Link Sales: ~$300
    I can’t retire off these 14 sites, but they are all less than 1 year old. The best thing about the organic traffic is that the income above is 100% passive. I don’t even have to bother negotiating ad sales w/ potential advertisers or micro managing a PPC account, it’s all completely automated. If you are interested in discussing shoot me an email.

  21. Hi Elliot:
    I guess that I will enter the fray with domain offerings for your consideration:
    StickLink.com
    LuxuriousSilver.com
    FaceDetectionCameras.com
    FungibleGoods.com
    Antenuptials.com
    CellularAlarmSystems.com
    Cardioverters.com
    GlareShields.com
    FiberFruits.com
    NewYorkDogShow.com
    Triverex.com
    SyntheticPlants.com
    ThickKnits.com
    Antananrivo.com
    ImageCameras.com
    HighTechGadgetry.com
    MiniFlatScreen.com
    MiniFlatScreens.com
    AcademicHoods.com
    FlyShields.com
    InformationModules.com
    NavigationGuides.com
    DiscountFurriers.com
    WeirdAntiques.com

  22. Hi Elliot,
    I have just found this pretty cool blog.Definitelly lot of interesting things here. Just keep up good work. I have few names for your consideration too:
    PropertyAssociations.com
    SeparateProperties.com
    BoardResorts.com
    HireApartments.com
    HireBrokers.com
    GuideHire.com
    DeluxeSpaResorts.com
    LoanInstruments.com
    FinancialDisplays.com
    ConnectingPartners.com
    FinestSeaResorts.com
    LowCostGuides.com
    StudiosStore.com
    BookHotelReservation.com
    HotJobsCA.com
    So contact me if you are interested in any of these names..
    Best regards,
    Mislav

  23. Hi Elliot,
    Please let me know if you have any interest in any of the following:
    personalbanking.ws
    privatebanking.ws
    prospecting.de
    autoleasing-guide.com
    autorespondersystems.com
    bestboatingguide.com
    bestonlineinsurancequote.com
    collectingmodels.com
    ebooksbot.com
    forex-arbitrage.com
    forexwhiz.com
    globalsharetrading.com
    gufly.com
    hotnegotiation.com
    houseloanmortgage.com
    inoutsourcing.com
    kay-9.com
    lowcarb-secrets.com
    netpriced.com
    newfishingguide.com
    newonlineeducation.com
    newteambuilding.com
    safefranchising.com
    seo-lite.com
    singlesmums.com
    supraaffiliate.com
    takeontrust.com
    toolsbot.com
    trusteddomainnames.com
    ukcan.com
    virtualcorporationsecrets.com
    zilllions.com

  24. Gee, I don’t want to seem harsh but I would cut up my credit cards if I awoke one morning and found I’d registered some domains similar to most of the above. As it is I have a list of about 1000 domains still available for registration that I would consider better than most of the ones offered.
    Elliot, perhaps you might pick out a few of the above that meet your standards (assuming you can find a few) and say which ones they are to “set the bar”. For example, I suppose I don’t mind “wholesalecheese.com” but that would be about as “low” as I’d set the bar.

  25. Hi Elliot,
    I am offering these names up for sale.
    i-RingTones.com
    PriceBlogger.com
    JasonBlog.com
    MixFood.com
    GuierrelaBlog.com
    uASK.net (very brandable domain name)
    Please feel free to email me.

  26. Hi Elliot,
    Kindly tell me what you think of the following:
    JumboPen.com (Estibot: $1,400, but I’d accept low to mid $xxx)
    SwimHero.com (I feel that there’d be a trendy increase of swimming searches, after Phelps’ amazing victory!)
    Both are currently parked at Sedo. I look forward to hearing from you (or your friends who may interested). Here’s my e-mail: livethedream10 (at) gmail (dot) com.
    Thanks,
    Johnnie Boy 🙂

  27. I think if you are fortunate to have 1 of these types of SOLID product domains (Solid meaning that the product is something you’ll buy or consider buying in your lifetime), you are fortunate and if you are a smart domainer you probably realize and cherish and hold tight on those.
    For posters putting up more than a couple names here and your name isn’t Frank Schilling or you aren’t working for netshops, I’d bet your nameS aren’t all that.

  28. Hi Mr.Elliot,
    Pls contact me if you are interested in my domains.
    1. MyOcean.com
    2. NeoTV.com
    3. VentureX.com
    4. SpoNet.com
    5. CIDnet.com
    6. Brazoria.com
    7. UGate.com
    8. InforWeb.com
    9. JTrading.com

  29. Now play nice kids! They’re not all stinkers – although it’s always painful to see some names on public display. How do you call an ugly baby an ugly baby? Well, you just don’t! Somewhere out there it’s still loved by someone!
    BTW – I think InflatableKayak.com and AmethystJewelry.com (and a few others) are pretty decent names. Names like that actually describe something that people are looking for online! Anybody posting names for sale – I would suggest that you try running them through this Google tool:
    https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
    Make sure you use the ‘exact’ drop down box. If it has a ‘search pulse’ G wil tell you. That and the avg ppc amount (click the ‘show all’ box) will give you a better idea of a domains value….No pulse=(mostly)No value!
    Just some humble advice from a guy who learned the hard way (and reg’d many stinkers in the process!).

  30. Buying and selling a good domain name requires to define two essential things:-
    1. What should be considered as a good domain name and what is considered good according to your requirements? And to be specific, what are your requirements? You have given 3 examples which gives a fair idea but is not completely satisfactory in answering this question. It will be a great help for all if you can mention the market you want to target, specific product types that you are looking for or is it that you are planning to develop a name in the similar grounds as CSN Stores or Net Shops, etc.
    The second essential thing is not answered by you at all which also constitutes a major consideration in buying and selling a domain and that is-
    2. – the price. Unfortunately there has been no mention of a price range you are looking for in buying a domain. It would be easy for anybody to make offers if you provided an idea about the price.
    The pre-requisites mentioned above would have saved you all the replies that we are reading here and if defined, will save a lot of valuable time of both the parties.
    I hope you will agree with me that a good domain name has a potential of at least 50yrs of recurrent earnings.
    And ss so rightly stated by Rick Schwartz in the current DNJournal newsletter,
    [The least a domain should sell for if you are going to base it on “today’s revenue” is the LIFETIME earnings of that domain.]
    Have a great day
    Ashok Kumar
    ***UPDATED BY ELLIOT***
    If the domain names are equivalent to my request, the price isn’t a big deal. I am willing to pay good money for good domain names. I’ve been contacted privately by a couple of people who did send me top quality, category-defining domain names as requested, but we haven’t been able to agree to a price. As I expect, the price is very high, and I need to be able to figure out how to make the money back. A person in that industry could probably do it, but as an outsider it’s much more difficult – hence my reticence to move forward.
    In my post, I asked for “category-defining domain names”, and I have responded to those who submitted “category defining” domain names. RoomDividers.com which sold for $75,000 is a category defining domain name. I wouldn’t have paid that price, but that’s the type of name I requested – not brandable.
    I want to be able to build a website that people would expect when they type-in that domain name. I am not looking for something brandable. I can go out and register plenty of brandable names right now if I wanted to do that.
    As people have mentioned publicly and privately, most of the submitted names wouldn’t be considered category defining.
    I should also add that I’ve never purchased a domain name (or sold one for that matter) based on revenue. As I’ve said in this blog before, revenue multiple purchases aren’t smart, IMO.

  31. Dear Elliot,
    Your input to domain name selection is very valuable. I am a newbie to this market and have purchased following domain names quite sometime back.
    1. xlfleet.com
    2. xlsmartdrive.com
    3. xlgems.com
    4. xlmarkets.com
    5. xlinside.com
    6. xlstars.com
    7. xlprimary.com
    8. xlcomms.com
    9. scotrental.com
    10. xlselfdrive.com
    11. xlcharge.com
    12. xllooks.com
    If you can make out, primarily i have tried to build a portfolio around the word ‘XL’. From your experience, is there any market opportunity for such portfolios i.e. purchase a whole bundle of names revolving around certain keywords.
    Any comments would be appreciated.
    Cheers,
    Sikander

  32. enjoyed this post immensely as I understand it first hand. I am not really a domainer was just creative with foresight to register names like jeweler.com rabbi.com bras.com and a host of others. ( have put a few up for sale )
    your points struck a cord of reality, when you follow the link (diamondagent.com/domains.htm ) to the list of domains for sale there are marketing letters written – stories being told – business usages highlighted and yet the bites are only nibblers or window shoppers or knowledge seekers and few with a check book able to write ‘pay to the order of:”
    Jeweler.com
    JewelTrust.com
    BestJewelryValue.com
    InsureJewelry.com
    JewelryAgent.com
    JewelryClassifieds.com
    JewelerExchange.com
    JewelryEducation.org
    PawnJeweler.com
    PhotoJeweler.com
    Shoppingring.com
    Shoppingrings.com
    Generic Domain Names
    For Sale
    eKeychains.com
    Get RealCandy.com
    GetRealFood.com
    MrFancy.com
    ThatsaDeal.com
    YouMayWin.com
    EGOB.com
    EGOBS.com
    Mazel.com

  33. Elliot,
    I have several generic domains. The best is probably BarFurniture.com.
    Especially in light of Rick’s recent sale of RoomDividers.com I think this domain is pretty solid. It’s just about finding the right end user who “gets it”. What do you think?

  34. MadePure.com
    DebtSerf.com
    DebtVirus.com
    HelpFindMyPet.com
    MoneyNetDaily.com
    PukePoint.com
    OneClickLawyer.com
    TsunamiLaw.com
    ShameVideo.com
    InstantBlogsite.com
    InHouseWebsite.com
    InstantWebsiteMachine.com
    POvideoRN.com

  35. Man…why won’t these people just get it? He said CATEGORY defining names i.e. RoomDividers.com. Not eRoomDividers, not YouPeekThruRoomDividers.com, but RoomDividers.
    I suppose some of you will post regardless for all the pairs of eyes looking (and shaking their heads) at some of your lists.

  36. PJ:
    I get it.
    There are others that see these names. If I depended on one response, it wouldn’t be worth it.
    Hopefully, some of the heads are shaking up and down and contact me with a good offer.

  37. I’m always looking to buy domains. Fell free to submit your names and price hopes @ buydomains.com/sellYourDomainNames.do
    -Ted
    (Hi Elliot)
    ***UPDATED BY ELLIOT***
    I will usually pay more for good names 🙂

  38. Hi Elliot,
    I can offer
    CleanPowerZone.com —> cleanpowerzone.com/
    it’s perfect name for renewable energy website
    (solar thermal power, wind power, water power, geothermal power)
    if yor’re interested please let me know
    Regards
    dnl

  39. I think It would have more value if U own ParistoNewYork.com. That name can be developed into travel/airline tickets business website that serve Trips “From Paris to NewYork” [.net is available for registration though].

  40. Elliot,
    .Info domains are good for redirecting traffic to the .com websites. I think companies who own .com will consider acquiring other extension to increase their marketing base.
    As for .com, I don’t have too many that are worth that much. I will provide my list. I am putting my energy into building my .org domain, especially the 6 character named after my city. I’ve already lowered the Alexa from 11 million to 7 million in a the last week. I’ve pumping out the articles, as well as expanding it into other areas.
    A few .com domains are as follows:
    (UK Extension) AirForceBase.co.uk
    cakegalore.com
    animationmodels.com
    LeatherManBags.com
    charcoalsticks.com
    greenchalkboards.com
    CurativeMeasure.com
    DiamondsCoach.com
    DripPainting.com
    DripPaintings.com
    FrequentUrges.com
    RecentSlump.com
    TrackingLight.com
    Cakedb.com
    Cakesdb.com
    Ringsdb.com
    TaxTransparency.com
    Venezia-ABC.com
    YellowCabNY.com
    YellowCabsNYC.com
    scriptsdb.com
    I have many other .com domains, but my .net, .org, .us and .info collection is much stronger.
    AnimationPrograms.us
    CoolDownloads.org
    TrafficFines.org
    Graduateloans.info
    Pier39.us
    LoanLender.us
    iQuotes.us
    americanconstitution.info
    copayment.org
    scriptreader.net
    organiccandles.net
    designerbras.net
    manbags.us
    ebirthday.info
    elitist.us
    internationalloans.info
    diamondinsurance.info
    eINS.us
    and many others.

  41. Elliot,
    Below are some of my .com domains that are general and descriptive in nature. I’d be willing to sell any or all.
    My apology to everyone for the long list.
    John
    General Category Domains
    ACTORSTAFFING.COM
    ARIZONAFORECLOSURELISTING.COM
    BARTERPROFESSIONALS.COM
    CARPRICEESTIMATE.COM
    CARVALUEESTIMATE.COM
    GOLDPROFESSIONALS.COM
    HOMEBUILDINGANDDECORATING.COM
    HOMECAREPROFESSIONAL.COM
    IMITATIONFINEJEWELRY.COM
    Travel/Destination Domains
    ADULTCARIBBEANVACATIONS.COM
    AFFORDABLECARIBBEANVACATION.COM
    ALASKAADVENTUREVACATION.COM
    ALASKARAFTINGVACATION.COM
    ALASKASKIRESORT.COM
    ALASKATRAINVACATIONS.COM
    ALASKATRAVELVACATION.COM
    ALASKAWINTERVACATIONS.COM
    ALLINCLUSIVEPACKAGEVACATION.COM
    ALLINCLUSIVEPACKAGEVACATIONS.COM
    ARIZONASPARESORTS.COM
    BENEFITCRUISES.COM
    BESTWORLDCRUISE.COM
    BUDGETFAMILYVACATIONS.COM
    CALIFORNIAFAMILYVACATIONS.COM
    CARIBBEANDIVEVACATION.COM
    CARIBBEANFAMILYVACATION.COM
    CARIBBEANGOLFCRUISES.COM
    CARIBBEANLUXURYHOTEL.COM
    CARIBBEANPACKAGEVACATION.COM
    CARIBBEANRESORTVILLA.COM
    CARIBBEANSCUBAVACATION.COM
    CARIBBEANSPAVACATION.COM
    CARIBBEANVILLARESORT.COM
    CHARTERALUXURYYACHT.COM
    CLOSETOHOMEVACATION.COM
    CRUISEINHAWAII.COM
    CRUISEINTHECARIBBEAN.COM
    CRUISEINTHEMEDITERRANEAN.COM
    CRUISEVACATIONINALASKA.COM
    DISCOUNTPACKAGEVACATION.COM
    FAMILYCRUISEPACKAGE.COM
    FAMILYRESORTVACATION.COM
    EXTREMEAMUSEMENTPARK.COM
    FAMILYCRUISEPACKAGE.COM
    FAMILYGOLFVACATION.COM
    FAMILYWINTERVACATION.COM
    GRANDCANYONFAMILYVACATION.COM
    GREECEVILLARENTALS.COM
    GREEKISLANDYACHTCHARTER.COM
    HAWAIIFAMILYVACATION.COM
    HAWAIIHONEYMOONRESORT.COM
    HAWAIITRIPPACKAGE.COM
    HAWAIILUXURYVACATION.COM
    KEYWESTHOTELRESORT.COM
    LASVEGASSPAPACKAGE.COM
    LUXURYCARIBBEANVACATION.COM
    LUXURYCARIBBEANVILLA.COM
    LUXURYFAMILYVACATION.COM
    LUXURYMEDITERRANEANCRUISE.COM
    LUXURYMOUNTAINVACATION.COM
    LUXURYPOWERYACHT.COM
    LUXURYSPAPACKAGE.COM
    LUXURYTRAINVACATION.COM
    LUXURYVILLAINITALY.COM
    LUXURYVILLAINSPAIN.COM
    LUXURYVILLAVACATION.COM
    MAJORCAVILLARENTAL.COM
    MEXICOCRUISEVACATION.COM
    MEXICOFAMILYVACATIONS.COM
    POWERYACHTCHARTER.COM
    RIVERCRUISEINEUROPE.COM
    SOUTHAFRICAGOLFVACATION.COM
    TOPFAMILYVACATION.COM
    TUSCANYLUXURYVILLA.COM
    TUSCANYLUXURYVILLAS.COM
    VACATIONVILLAINFLORIDA.COM
    VACATIONPACKAGEWORLD.COM
    VACATIONPROPERTYFLORIDA.COM
    VEGASTRIPPACKAGE.COM
    WAIKIKIHOTELRESORT.COM
    WEDDINGPACKAGEINHAWAII.COM
    WINTERFAMILYVACATION.COM

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