Analysis of Available Western 5 Letter Domains CVCVC.com and Others

Posted in Lists, Tips on December 26th, 2015 by Michael – 8 Comments

intelI did quite a bit of research over the past days to register some quality 5 Letter domains, LLLLL.com, below are some results. First of all this is geared towards western, English speaking world, and potential end users, and it’s mostly unrelated to the recent surge in Chinese domains. Most of the below analysis is based on letter frequencies in the English language and also the letter frequencies presented in high value sales of LLLLL.com domains.

What makes these domains interesting? They arepronounceable, easy to remember and make good brands. And brands is what end users want, and the main reason for high value domain sales. Here are some easily recognizable global brands that use 5 letter domains:  Shell, Intel, Chase, Cisco, Honda, Pepsi, Total, FedEx, Baidu, Tesco, Bosch, Gucci, Canon, Delta, Rolex, Nivea, Claro, TELUS, Bayer, Prada, Mobil, Geico, Tyson, Lexus, Adobe, Yahoo, Volvo, Kraft, Exxon  and many more! read more »

Buying LLLL.com, 4 letter .com Domain Names – Contact for Sales

Posted in LLLL.com on November 15th, 2015 by Michael – 1 Comment

I’m currently looking to buy a bunch of 4 letter domains LLLL.com, in types and shapes. Bulk deals are welcome.

So feel free to contact me and send your lists if you’re selling. Use this form, or facebook, or contact via forums, my handle is  DomainMagnate everywhere.

 

Expensive Potatos for Sale on Flippa

Posted in Flippa, Funny on September 8th, 2015 by Michael – 1 Comment

potato parcelAfter the success of an evil Glitter site auction, another novelty website sale caught my attention on flippa today . PotatoParcel.com is a website that allows you to send a message to friends or foes via a .. potato for $9.99.  The site received a lot of media attention and was featured in many news outlets which spurred its fast growth. It also had over  $40K in sales. The flippa auction is ending in a couple days and currently sits at $18k.  read more »

Several Cheap High Revenue Websites Will Be Offered in the Next Newsletter

Posted in Buying Sites, For sale on June 27th, 2015 by Michael – Be the first to comment

newsletter-iconIf you’re an active website buyer you can sign up for my monthly newsletter, it features various websites for sale with prices ranging from only about $1K to over $100K. Most websites are usually content based, search traffic websites. Some are fairly new, while others have years of stable stats. Price typically vary based on website content, history, sources of traffic and revenue, and market trends and values.

Please do not join the list only to check out the sites available for sale. This is a very short list and I regularly review it and remove inactive buyers. This newsletter is only for serious buyers who are able to complete deals quickly and professionally.

Each newsletter volume usually has one or two special deals that get sold very quickly. All sales are handled in partnership with escrow.com. There is usually only 1 email per month, sometimes two, or none. Signup here

 

The Coolest Flippa Auction Ever?

Posted in Flippa on January 17th, 2015 by Michael – 6 Comments

ShipYourEnemiesGlitter

A recent auction on flippa broke all records, with 330 bids in just half a day! It’s a neat new site with a unique service – it sends glitter to the people you hate (or like?) the most. In an avalanche of viral effects and incredible publicity the site had over 2.5 million visitors and $20k AUD in sales in just 4 days. The profit is 60-80% of this, according to the owner.

However it will likely require some outsourcing to ship this amount of orders, and the costs might increase. So it’s not surprising ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com is not taking any more orders currently due to inability to fulfill them: “Please stop buying this horrible glitter product — I’m sick of dealing with it. Sincerely, Mat,”, his other quotes included: “I apparently have too much free time on my hands because now my plans for the next few weeks consist of sending stupid fucking glitter to terrible people,” read more »

A Detailed Look at a Site I Bought on Flippa a Year Ago

Posted in Buying Sites, Flippa on December 17th, 2014 by Michael – 3 Comments

Almost exactly 13 months ago I bought ApexWebGaming.com through this flippa auction, for $2999.

  • How do you think it went?apex_blog1
  • Was it a good purchase?
  • Would you have bought it yourself from that auction?
  • Why did I buy it and how did I do my due diligence on it?
  • What did I do after  buying?
  • What are my plans for it next?

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A Hilarious TradeMark Response Slütsof in Stagram

Posted in Funny, Legal on September 26th, 2014 by Michael – 4 Comments

The owner of SlutsofInstagram.com got a cease and decist letter from Instagram, the most successful iphone app ever, with 30 million users. At first it all seems to be quite clear and Instagram would have a fairly strong case there:

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All My Sites Are Down Ughh!

Posted in Hosting on September 23rd, 2014 by Michael – 1 Comment

Probably the most frustrating part of this business that every webmaster faces. Most of my sites are down currently, as my hosting company IceBlueHost is having some issues with their datacenter. They’ve been down for about half a day now and there is not much I can really do, except wait..

We are sorry to report that currently all servers in Germany are unreachable.
We are doing our utmost to resolve this issue as soon as possible.

Hopefully this gets resolved soon. This is especially awkward since I just started two auctions on flippa for small revenue sites and had to explain the potential buyers why the sites are down.. Luckily, at least this blog is hosted on a different server.

How frequently do you face similar hosting problems?

A Quick $2.5k Profit Flip in a Couple Hours of Work

Posted in Flippa, Selling Sites on September 1st, 2014 by Michael – 3 Comments

steamprofile_flippa

Some of my readers and subscribers saw my earlier flippa sale for steamprofile.com and asked about it. Where did I get that site? how did it sell so high with such low revenues? What did I initially pay for it? Read on to find the answers!

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Making a Living by Selling Starter Sites on Flippa

Posted in Flippa on August 24th, 2014 by Michael – 1 Comment

flippa

A new segment was launched on Flippa recently – Starter Sites. Following the popularity of newly created websites on their marketplace Flippa decided to better capitalize on it, by creating a whole new area for them.

In my opinion it’s a good way for new site investors to get their feet wet and enter “the game” with minimal costs.. but also minimal gains, as 99% of those sites are never going to make any revenue or pay for themselves. However the buyers could get the required experience and get a feel for how it works, so they can move on to bigger and better purchases next. And, who knows, some of these sites might even make a few bucks on adsense, over the years. read more »