From first names to the domain of Kodak’s original online photo service, here are some notable domains that sold at NameJet last month.
NameJet sold 102 domain names last month that closed for $2,000 or more, led by Present.com at $90,600.
Here are ten names on the list that I think are worth discussing.
Maggie.com $48,100 and Sandy.com $46,100 – These are some high prices for names that aren’t particularly popular. I think Sandy.com is better because it has more uses.
Liposuccion.com $16,500 – This is French for liposuction.
Dispose.com $13,833 and Defective.com $4,100 – Both of these can have negative connotations. I can see uses for both. The first one could be used for promoting ways to dispose of things you can’t throw in the trash, like batteries. The second one is good for a lawyer who sues over defective products.
Adventist.com $8,811 – The church uses Adventist.org, so I imagine this domain gets a lot of traffic.
Ofoto.com $3,915 – This one brings back memories. This was the domain name of Kodak’s original online photo service where you could upload photos and order prints. It was bought out of bankruptcy by Shutterfly, which forwarded the domain for a while. Up until a couple of years ago I still typed this domain into my browser. I sure hope Shutterfly measured traffic on this before letting it drop.
Stillness.com $3,903 – A good brandable for a philosophy, literature, or similar site. Also could have meditation uses.
InsuranceFraud.com $2,105 – I did a double take when I saw this one. I own InsuranceScams.com, so this gives me a decent comp on the domainer resale market.
iBuilder.com $2,075 – A good name for a website builder.