Here are 21 domain names you might want to backorder this week.
It’s time for another rendition of “what to buy this week”, where I take a look at domain name inventory on SnapNames, NameJet and GoDaddy that you might want to buy. My goal is to find domain names you might not have discovered, so don’t expect three and four letter domain names.
These domains include both expired and private party sales.
I recommend looking for trademarks before backordering any of these domains. I am not compensated in any way for this list.
- UnlockCellphone.com – this name says it all. A popular product.
- HeartburnPrevention.com – a big pharmaceuticals market.
- LandlordServices.com – property management services.
- FreeEvents.com – this is one of my favorites. There are lots of calendars for free events, and this name is perfect for a site that focuses exclusively on these events.
- TeachTech.com – teaching code is popular, why not just tech tech?
- FaithfulMatch.com – would make a great religious dating site, but then you might get into trademark trouble.
- JustCountry.com – either country music or a store selling country gear.
- Geekville.com – perfect for a tech site.
- Nicknamed.com – solid domain name, although I’m not sure what to do with it.
- TalkingHands.com – jumps out as a good brand for sign language interpretation.
- TalentPromoters.com – for a talent agency.
- SalesPlan.com – this is a biggied, and there’s no reserve.
- GolfWatch.com – golf news.
- VoterConnect.com – a very timely domain name.
- iCourt.com – lots of governments are adopting online court services such as jury impaneling.
- GoHavana.com – Cuba. It’s so hot right now.
- IndoorRacing.com – Good name for indoor gokarting.
- VitalConcepts.com – Screams out to be made into a brand. So you should probably make sure it isn’t one yet.
- WaterBalloons.com – reserve is below $5,000. I’m not sure how many people misspell the word balloon.
- YellowBikes.com – there used to be a popular yellow bike program for a free bike network in some cities. I’m not sure if these still exist.
- BankHere.com – I hear this term all the time in bank marketing.