Big List of Premium Domains looking for offers

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  1. domainmoon.com

    domainmoon.com New Member

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    Dont think much!!! Just make an offer, you will get the name

    SharesPortal.com
    TurkeyTransport.com
    DogsBet.com

    TicketAir.com
    JourneyTicket.com
    SpainTicket.com
    PostTip.com
    PatKorea.com
    RouteLab.com---- SOLD
    Bowings.com
    ChanceMarketing.com
    Malkaya.com
    BadBentheim.com
    FixedMoney.com
    BestPricez.com

    SecondHandThings.com---- SOLD
    ManualArt.com
    YoungFruit.com
    LatesTV.com
    HorsesTrainer.com
    1adults.com
    ClickandClick.com---- SOLD

    WebProMail.com
    LottoEntry.com
    Modernly.com
    MP3Enjoy.com
    Raptly.com
    UKInn.com
    ITtomorrow.com---- SOLD
    LasvegasRace.com
    PoundPal.com
    Showerz.com
    24Domain.com
    HotPackages.com---- SOLD
    DirectCMS.com---- SOLD

    iDreamHouse.com
    eHomeSelling.com
    TeenAll.com
    iGotAMail.com

    PlayBoy24.com
    DomainTraderz.com
    AUForum.com
    eAcronym.com
    UKGameZone.com
    CatDogMouse.com
    TheScorpio.com
    TheBeethoven.com--- SOLD
    MyDil.com
    nmaepros.com

    ThePharmaceutical.com--- SOLD
    TheNeurology.com
    TheRadiology.com
    TheCloning.com
    TheMP3Music.com
    TransplantationSurgeon.com
    CabTravel.com
    CellFonez.com
    DiamondTravels.com---- SOLD
    eTicketHouse.com
    HackingBox.com
    Medicaloans.com
    Net4Tickets.com

    PoundBet.com
    SecurityManagament.com
    SiliconGame.com
    SkiTraveller.com
    TeenageOne.com---- SOLD
    TurkWebs.com

    WrapLink.com---- SOLD
    J-E-W.com
    eAnaconda.com
    eComplement.com---- SOLD
    eDangerous.com
    eEstimation.com
    eJurassic.com
    ePeppermint.com
    ePostgraduate.com
    ePharmaceutic.com
    eDodger.com
    ReiseZone.com
    PDAfone.com
    iLasVegasCasino.com
    123WebDirectory.com

    TicketnHotel.com
    ezBioTech.com
    HackersPortal.com
    DostForum.com
    Londonews.com
    OlympicsStadium.com
    JobsConsultancy.com

    OxForum.com
    OneSoccer.com
    PigForum.com
    BikesForum.com---SOLD
    DollarForum.com
    PoundForum.com
    MatrimonyForum.com
    MatrimonialForum.com
    ezTraffics.com

    DigitForum.com
    AffiliationForum.com
    ChampionForum.com
    DotsForum.com
    DownloadsForum.com
    MailsForum.com
    WebsForum.com
    ResellForum.com


    3Dchannel.net
    RobotUSA.net

    LiveStore.net
    ManFashion.net
    HotelRepair.net
    WeUsa.net
    Reopen.net
    Boggling.net
    Timings.net

    EUADs.net
    Eminems.net
    NYCMap.net
    GoLove.net
    ManShop.net
    Penegra.net
    HappyHotel.net
    WebXChange.net
    NanoZone.net
    ChilloutZone.net

    69i.net
    1524.net
    NZAD.NET
    AUAD.NET
    UKAD.NET

    Security24.net
    ExtraTel.net
    CodeGurus.net
    RugbyPlanet.net
    HappyPoker.net
    GameSoccer.net
    CoolBet.net
    ConnectGames.net
    TamilWorld.net
    TheNFL.net
    SoftwareTalk.net
    OneOne.net---- SOLD
    JavaDirect.net

    e-CreditCard.net

    DeveloperForums.net
    expertXchange.net
    123HomeLoan.net
    EuropePharmacy.net--- SOLD
    LowFareTravel.net


    OKCancel.net
    TicketOne.net
    eClone.net---- SOLD
    Forum6.net -- SOLD
    Forum8.net -- SOLD
    RxMagazine.net
    OlympicsSports.net

    Consultancies.net
    USlance.net
    HindiMail.net
    ShockMail.net
    AllSong.net
    OpenAuction.net
    AllCareers.net
    CellphoneDirect.net--- SOLD
    FamousHotel.net
    FiveStarPoker.net

    UKromance.net
    Boomering.net
    iSinger.net
    MultimediaTalk.net
    ProgrammerTalk.net
    AdultsLove.net
    BMWtalk.net---------$125 > 99



    CheapPrice.org
    Reopen.org
    FlightBooking.org
    Thanking.org


    Wetting.ORG --- any name $30 in this section and two for $50
    Sinking.org---- SOLD
    Postures.ORG---- SOLD
    CabDriver.ORG
    24-hour.org
    Embedding.ORG
    Physically.org --- SOLD
    Outputs.org
    Intimation.org
    Baseboard.org
    Searchings.org
    Unanimous.org ---- SOLD
    Economizer.ORG
    Wetness.ORG
    Softness.ORG--- SOLD
    Nanostore.ORG
    Loveliest.ORG---- SOLD
    Picturing.ORG--- SOLD
    Breech.ORG
    Britisher.ORG
    PierceBrosnan.org



    TopMP3.org---- SOLD
    WebWeb.org
    Fyra.org (Swedish 4)
    DayNight.org
    Funf.org (German 5)
    DigitalDirect.org

    MP3Song.org
    KidDomain.org
    GetFinance.org
    NamePrivacy.org--- SOLD


    AmericanAgency.org
    LottoGames.org
    EuroCasino.org--- $500
    GolfCup.org
    6869.org
    4002.org
    2929.org
    SmartTrade.org----- SOLD

    MegaCasino.org --- $500
    BuyCheap.org
    WorldCasino.org --- $500
    AsiaCasino.org --- $500

    ThePhoto.org--- SOLD
    eReseller.org
    eInvestor.org
    Dforum.org
    MP4Player.org
    TravelGuru.org
    TheLasVegas.org
    TheAD.org
    J-O-B.org

    iBingo.org --- $500
    iBetting.org --- $500
    ePharmaceutical.org
    ePharmaceuticals.org
    c4y.org
    SportGame.org

    Forum4.org
    Forum5.org
    Forum6.org
    iLONDON.org --- $500
    DNnews.org

    TopInsurance.org
    24365.org
    BusinessExpress.org
    ezBay.org
    IslamicTimes.org
    DJtraining.org


    iam looking for offers on these names.

    please quote your BEST OFFER on any name(s). If it is reasonable i will respond to you.
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2005
  2. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    Now... if you want to see where I'm really dumb about web technology here you go....


    What makes these domains premium? I don't see any useful purpose for most of them.
     
  3. Kiwiberry

    Kiwiberry New Member

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    Lol, that's what I thought when I scimmed over them
    hmm...
     
  4. domainmoon.com

    domainmoon.com New Member

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    buy it now prices added on some names
     
  5. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    You still haven't explained to me what makes them premium names... the one thing I do know is that premium names typically come with a premium price.

    I always thought that premium names had to be something useful to be considered premium. I'm not a domain name expert and I don't speculate in that market. I'm beginning to think you aren't an expert either if it you can't answer that question.
     
  6. domainmoon.com

    domainmoon.com New Member

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    This is really not a challenging question that i can't answer. But my time doesn't permit to do so. But there is a duo in this world, they made something that you can learn, i can learn, they can learn and everyone can........ i.e www.google.com

    start learning.... it is good always...... and it is needed till we alive..........
     
  7. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    Nice answer... told me what I needed to know. There were a couple of them there that I actually thought about... not for building up and reselling but to actually do something with them... but I'm not going to pay a "premium" price on a claim of premium name.

    The thing about google, see, is you can get all kinds of answers from google... and all of them saying something different... I thought I'd ask an expert.
     
  8. domainmoon.com

    domainmoon.com New Member

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    Well!!! I do agree that all of names that are listed above are not Premium. Now a days the word 'Premium' lost its real 'Premium' meaning. You can browse forums, you let u know.

    At this instant of time/day, 09/30/2005, if I really own, real 'PREMIUM' names of total, that I listed above, may be I will be in the list of Forbes 500 Richest people in this world and I am sure I really don’t used to have time to answer your questions or roaming towards all forums. Can we find Real Premium names at this time, that this domain industry started 25 years back ( I think I am in heaven at that time). Most of names that can be called as Premium are taken by the year 1997. Now we are in 2005, almost 8 years was gone and most of premium names got swapped/ing between Premium Members/Companies.

    If you really interested to buy Real Premium names and would you like to spend some millions/billions of dollars, I will try to get business.com, creditcard.com and tax.com….are you ready???????

    I am just curious to know, are you ever came to know that any Premium (real) name sold on forums?? As per my knowledge is concerned, I never heard about any name that sold on forum at price 25k. This is a small market place, here you can find lots of sellers(not everyone) that are entered into this biz may be 2 or 3 years back, and working their best and trying hard to find the best/premium domains that they think they are.

    What makes my names Premium?
    Well before registering names I used to take care about keyword popularity and overture search count. Most of names in that list used to have good overture count (in forum way) and VERY VERY EASY TO REMEMBER. (first and best rule got satisfied) and built with Strong keywords.

    Some of names got listed on GreatDomains.com, the collector of real Premium names, (visit site; you can find nice stuff to laugh in this evening, and you will know what makes Premium a Premium).

    I am not only one expert in this domain industry, that I can teach you and no one is expert on Everything. Try to start learning probably you may become an expert of experts.

    Though I mentioned as Premium Names I didn’t quoted any domain even in range $xxxx. I posted very very reasonable level of prices and you feeling those prices are Premium.

    THE DOMAIN RESALE RULE THAT I BELIEVE:
    No one can say what domain can be sold for what price!!!!!! In domain industry there are no Premium Standards. Play till you can, tired!!!!!!!...... then… Take Rest.
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2005
  9. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    You could try dnforum.com but I wasn't real impressed there with any of it and I couldn't make heads or tails out of the domain name game there either. I guess I'm just doomed to waiting until an idea strikes me and hope the domain name I choose is a good one.
     
  10. ian

    ian Administrator Staff Member

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    Thread moved to offer section.
    Stephanie, if you want to learn about domain values, and this is not a completely reliable source, as it contains only the highest sales values, but then again it does contain a lot of market driven auction results, I would suggest taking a weekly look at http://www.dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm
    It updates every Tuesday, I check that page every week without fail just as it is released. Even for those not interested in domain names, it is quite interesting reading.
     
  11. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    Thanks, ian... I keep hearing all this stuff about having good domains names and while i know it's important on some levels there are parts of the whole 'industry' that I just don't seem to grasp very well. Every where I've looked there is such conflicting information I just throw up my hands and say "forget it"
     
  12. Kiwiberry

    Kiwiberry New Member

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    Steph, looks like I'm with you. I checked out the link Ian left, and it's ridiculous. 1.4 million for 3-letter.com! While it peeks my curiosity to get more involved, I think I'll stick with figuring out the ins - and - outs of my own site before broadening my horizons.
     
  13. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    Well, i know there are reasons for that... the shorter it is the easier it is to remember...there's also the thing about spelling... and all kinds of other issues about it I just don't get, lol. I would like to understand that before I go plunk down a lot of money on something like that instead of going to GoDaddy or wherever and just buying whatever I can find that's available.

    I can't ever see paying $1.4 million for one no matter what although I'm slightly aware of why some might. The main thing for me is learning the whole picture which is like a jigsaw puzzle with pieces missing.
     
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  14. domainmoon.com

    domainmoon.com New Member

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    list updated with all sold names and still inviting your offer on rest of names
     
  15. SiteExpress

    SiteExpress New Member

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    When I first started into the whole "Internet bus" thing, I was started to get caught up in trying to buy "Premium" domain names, and resell them. It did not take long to learn just how many cons there are out there when it comes to the whole game.

    Example: I had someone email me, and ask me to give him a price on a domain name, when I did, he told me to have it appraised, and if it appraised that high, he would pay it. He then said I would have to go to a "Reputable" appraiser, and he gave me a list. Most of the list of URLs were dead links, and the 2 or 3 that worked looked kind of strange. I did some research and digging around, and found out that all 3 were owned by the same person! turns out, it was the guy that wanted me to go there and have them appraised.

    Just a scam!
     
  16. ian

    ian Administrator Staff Member

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    If someone makes you an offer, it should never be tied down to you getting an appraisal, 99.999% of the time, it is a scam. If they are interested in buying the domain and they want an appraisal then let them get it themself, that has nothing to do with you, besides most appraisals arent worth anything. Everybody has their own valuation methods.

    As to why someone would pay a lot for a domain, well lets take the 1.4 million for vip.com which consists of $600,000 cash and the rest in stock. US$600,000 may sound like a lot, but it is a good easy to remember domain name, and if you consider what the advertising budget of some companies is, it may not be a lot after all. Also to put it into perspective, they just bought some gambling network of sites for $42 million dollars, so forking out $600,000 for a good brandable domain to bind the network together is not really a lot.
    Some of the buys that did surprise me was cheapgas.com for US$150,000 sounded like a lot. A trio of incorrectly spelled domains Downlaod.com Donwload.com and Dawnload.com being sold for $204,000 that struck me as being too costly for domains with the wrong spelling. There is a lot of money being spent that is questionable, but then a lot of people made the money that they are spending in the first place, so sometimes you just have to accept that they know what they are doing.
     
  17. StephanieCordray

    StephanieCordray New Member

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    Someone did tell me once that a domain name is really only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Since I'm kinda stingy I had best stay out of that game but it's still interesting to try to understand yet I wonder if I ever will.

    I guess if you know how to use domain names effectively it's worth it, but me? I know hosting and some small bits about web design... not much else,lol.
     
  18. Vaelor

    Vaelor New Member

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    Speaking as somebody who is always dabbling a little in the domain game myself (you may remember one of my very first posts here, I was trying to find buyers for a handful of my domains!), I can honestly say that in my experience over the last seven years, it is a very hard game to play and any given player has about a 0.01% chance of every making any decent money out of it.

    Of the ten or so domains I had for sale when I first joined here, I've sold ONE so far, and that was via eBay auction. The price I sold it for didn't even cover my listing fees for the ten seperate domains I tried to auction.

    I've given up trying to sell them actively now. I'm just sitting on them and hoping that someday, somebody will see them and make me a decent offer.

    To be honest, I could barely comprehend what the thread starter was trying to say in most of his posts here - I can't translate broken English very well lately - but I can tell you that few if any of the domains in his list were "premium", and most would be considered at best "junk".

    "Premium" generally means that a few key factors have to be met. For starters, in today's domain game, only a .com is "premium", or occasionally a very good .net. .org or "lower" is worth little to nothing.

    Any domain using digits or hyphens is junk, unless they're *extremely* short - length is a bigger factor than ever when it comes to domains, since there are absolutely *no* one, two, three, or four character .com domains left unregistered, and very few fives or sixes that are actual English words and not just garbled characters like fhsyek.com or h2-f74.com. A domain that is six characters or less, a .com, and is comprised of actual correctly spelled English words, is usually "premium". If it's brandable or has a strong marketable appeal, it's even moreso, and if it's a single English word, or an internet term, like download.com, then it's a goldmine.

    To use a few examples from the list in the first post here... J-E-W.com is worth literally nothing... also AUAD.NET, 6869.org, 24365.org, and even probably the ones like Unanimous.org - they either mean nothing at all, or they're an unbrandable word in a .org domain. I'll be surprised if these ever sell at all. A few there, like HackersPortal.com, JobsConsultancy.com, and WebProMail.com, could be worth sitting on because they're .com's, they're English words, and they have internet branding potential.

    In my opinion though, these domains range from utterly worthless, to mediocre, with a few decent ones hidden among the rubbish. There are definately no premium domains here, though.

    However, I'm certainly no domain appraisal expert (if there is such a thing!), and this is just one man's personal opinion based on his experience in the industry, and not by any means a professional or successful one!
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2005
  19. ian

    ian Administrator Staff Member

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    I beg to differ on the subject of hyphenated domains being worthless.
    Some hyphenated domains have sold for very high amounts. I know this for fact. I have also bought a few hyphenated .com domains for rather high prices as well.
    And the exception that I am referring to is hyphenated domains which contain highly searched for and valuable search terms. Lets face it, how many people nowadays, find the site that they are after from search engines. Search engines are complex, but one of the factors that they consider, amongst many, is the anchor text of the inbound links. Thus in my opinion, having highly searched for keywords in a domain, even if they are seperated by hyphens can be valuable.
     
  20. Vaelor

    Vaelor New Member

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    Actually, yeah, you do have a good point there.

    Mind you, I wasn't try to imply that any one of those negative points makes a domain utterly worthless in and of itself, and in kind, no single one of the positive factors alone makes a domain a goldmine.

    I shouldn't have used the wording "any domain using digits or hyphens is junk" - that was a bit too black and white, though I did go into more detail on what I meant later. Essentially, in my experience, it's a matter of weighing up the pros against the cons. The pros are:-

    * .com
    * Short in length
    * Contain letters only
    * English words only
    * Meaningful, brandable words

    The cons are:-

    * Any other TLD, .net being the second best, .org next, and anything else having pretty much no resale value whatsoever.
    * Too long
    * Contains digits or hyphens
    * Contains gibberish text strings
    * Uses words that have no marketable purpose

    So, by that logic, Jobs.com is extremely valuable, because it's a .com, it's very short, it uses only letters, it's an English word, and it's extremely marketable. Whereas eComputers1000-bizness-4u.info is not even worth the cost of registering it to begin with. However, something in the middle ground - say, computer-hardware.net, is not an absolute goldmine, but it's definately worth sitting on as it has potential. It's not short, it's not a .com, and it has a hyphen, but it is a brandable English word domain, so it has some value.

    In my experience, there's no hard and fast way of deciding what a domain is worth. As Stephanie said - and I believe this applies to pretty much everything in life - a domain name's true value is equal only to what somebody is willing to pay you for it. I'm just listing off the factors that, in my experience, contribute to what makes a good, or a bad, domain.
     

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