Friday, April 3, 2009

Recent Registration Activity

March was a big month for HotNameList, with almost 400 registrations. As I have done in the past, I want to review a few of the registrations:

ConflickerVirus.com - Although this virus/worm was a dud on April 1st, it may still rear it's ugly head in the future. Probably a good domain buy.

UrlPoints.com - Someone quickly made this into one of those URL shortening sites.

TreatedHair.com - Parked. If you color your hair, you might search for this term.

PoopMoney.com - I just don't get this one.

EnglandDan.com - I don't know enough about the market for names of famous people to judge this one. Any comments?

DialingSystems.com - $11.62 CPC. Great if it gets traffic.

Here are a few that I personally hand registered in March: Avantla.com (nice, generic -- I like names that start with A), Monasterio.tel (makes sense from my last name), BuyerMortgageNote.com (nonsensical, but has very high CPC -- an experiment!), PrestaValveAdapter.com (I already own PrestaValve.com, and that has been making good money, high traffic).

Happy Domain Hunting!
Jorge

4 comments:

  1. PoopMoney.com?
    I bet it's a make money online blog. Kind of a funny name. 'If you do what I tell you to do, you'll poop money.'

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  2. I googled a bit... There is a lot of poop money on the internet. One guy had a video about those porta-potties on constructions sites and how they must make a ridiculous amount of money: "Poop Money!", he called it.

    Can't wait to see what happens with PoopMoney.com once it is unparked.

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  3. Hay man....
    I can't open poopMoney.com.
    Is that link expired ?

    Jsmith
    http://www.webmarketingexperts.com.au/

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  4. Jsmith:

    Sometimes people register a domain, but don't put a site there (not even a parking page).

    Other times people register a domain and then just "taste" it, to see if it gets type in traffic -- and then they drop / return the domain to the registrar (that seems to have happened in this case).

    HotNameList doesn't check for domains that have become available again, but I may add that feature.

    Thanks.

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