Friday, April 17, 2015

Domain Names for sale

The following domain names are registered at You need a GoDaddy account to receive possession of the domain names that are marked with an asterisk *, indicating they are newly registered or transferred and cannot be be transferred to a different registrar until 60 days has passed.
Some names are listed for sale at
Some are listed as eBay auctions and can be viewed by clicking here. Some names are Internationalized domain names - research that term before bidding/buying, no refunds. Only names are for sale; no websites or products included. 

1. Mary Ann .biz -sedo
2. e-Livestream .com -sedo
3. New Apple iWatch .com *
4. pipe .com (IDN) sold
5. me .com (IDN) sold
6. Larry Storch .com -sedo
7. very Protective .com -SOLD 
8. very Exquisite .com - SOLD
9.  very Traditional .com -SOLD
10. Waccoon .com -sedo
11. REC .com (IDN) -sold  
12. games .com (IDN) -sold
13. SOLD
14.  SOLD
16. C-GI .COM (SOLD)
17. COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGERY .NET -sedo 18. eOphthalmologist .com -sold 19. re .com IDN -sold
20. used apple *
21. new apple * also available: *

Thursday, April 9, 2015

how to profit with domains

domain names can gather lots of passive income without selling physical products. build a low cost website or free blog such as this one, add adsense and advertise your domains.
apple product names like ipads and iwatches are very profitable for your website name to gather revenue from visits and clicks, ads, and links.
personal names and popular electronics gather lots of pay per clicks and page views, which will push up your website's rank and increase your payouts.
or take the other way around and simply re-sell the domain name for a quicker turnaround on your investment. registrars often report names being bought for a low price and resold for $1000s.
iwatch for sale

Monday, April 6, 2015

what's an IDN?

 IDN stands for internationalized domain name. In a nutshell, because all the short English words in Latin characters are taken in the .com world, internationalized names are typed with foreign language characters and the punycode translates it into Latin/English. 
 The foreign letters look like English words and can be used creatively to sell products or receive passive income. 
Since the domain name is spelled with foreign characters, you can't type it using your keyboard. To access an IDN's website you have to copy/paste the letters from a character map or create & click on a hyperlink or type the punycode.
Look at the character map in your computer accessories file or see this website: unicodes. You'll see many foreign language alphabets that have letters that look like English, particularly Greek and Cyrillic. You can make words with those that are already taken in English letters. After you create a word, then find its English translation on this page: punycoder. It can be fun and profitable creating and reselling. IDN popularity is just now catching on with domain sellers.
 So if you want to create a domain name for a popular word that's already registered, IDN's are the alternative.
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