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September 24, 2009

Another  busy week as I’m in the final stages of launching a new domaining tool. If you’d like to have access, signup here for my newsletter – as I’ll be announcing the tool to my subscribers first.

Didn’t have time to hyperlink them all to product examples and potential end users, but here are some interesting exact match domains.  All are available as of the time of this post.

1. RollingHillsCA.com – This GEO domain receives 1,900 monthly Google searches with a CPC of $1.68.   The town itself is small, but has a medium income in excess of $200,000.
Possible uses: parking, minisite, resale to local real estate agent.

2. NJCarDealerships.com – 260 monthly Google searches / $2.90 CPC.  Could make an interesting revenue producing directory.   Provide basic listings for free and sell enhanced listings to dealers who want to set themselves apart from competitors.

3. LinuxMediaServer.com –  1,600 monthly Google searches /  $2.36 CPC

4. WebHostSearchEngine.com – Low search volume (170 monthly), but $9.01 CPC.  Might make a nice affiliate driven hosting resource.

5. MusicalBirthdayCard.com – 480 monthly Google searches / $.90.  Plural version would be better, but this one still has some good possibilities.

* Keep in mind all of the monthly searches are from August (slowest month of year), so I would expect slightly higher demand than listed.

I’m also selling the following domain  today…

LEDChristmasLights.net: LED christmas lights are forecast to be one of the hottest new trends in seasonal lighting this year due to demand for ‘green’ and energy efficient products. How popular will they be? Even in August, the term ‘led christmas lights’ received 33,100 searches on Google, with advertisers paying $1.68 a click to reach this audience.  Ideal for end user resale or mini/full development.  You can view the listing here.

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Tony 09.24.09 at 11:32 pm

I took the first one. I believe Linux is TM’ed and that’s why I didn’t take the 3rd.

Thanks.

admin 09.24.09 at 11:46 pm

@Tony – thanks for your comment. I’m not a lawyer, but it appears Linux allows 3rd parties to register names with linux in them, but may require a ’sub-license’ if a trademark protection is sought for the derivative domain.

Andrew 09.25.09 at 12:27 am

When you say its better to own the plural for generic products like MusicBirthdayCard.com did you just mean that one in particular or do you think that rule applies to all products? For example Mattress.com vs. Mattresses.com which would be better?

admin 09.25.09 at 9:43 am

@Andrew – Was talking specifically about MusicalBirthdayCard.com vs. MusicalBirthdayCards.com based both on search volume and ‘gut feeling’.

I buy both singular and plural names, but In general, I tend to like plurals more for development or end user resale since I think they are more desirable from an end user perspective. I also like to look at the search demand and CPC to determine how people search for different types of products. That said, singular can be better for domain parking (especially long tail), SEO and manufacturer end users.

I like ‘Beds.com’ better than ‘Bed.com’. Mattresses.com vs. Mattress is not quite as clear cut for me – possibly because of the way the plural looks (lots of s’s) and
the fact I already know that Mattress.com is a built out business.

Available Domains 10.03.09 at 7:54 am

Wish you success on the new tool development.

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