New Domains Posted on DNForum

A few times a week I post domains for sale through DNForum.com. This has been an excellent sales channel for me and I’ve written before about how to best create effective sales listings on DNForum. I decided that I will post on my blog the domains I’m selling through DNForum.

Many of the domains that I sell have excellent flip potential and were bought for that purpose. As we acquire more and more names we have to continually go through our portfolio and pick-out those we won’t be able to develop right now.

While it is sometimes sad to see domain sell that we know could have become big money-makers – you can’t keep them all. With each great idea comes the time and energy to bring the idea to fruition. I hope that by making these available to my readers as well you might find some great domains for your next flip!

So – here’s what’s for sale on DNForum right now:

CheapDNS(dot)net

CreditCardBusinesses(dot)com


StimulusCheck(dot)info


OnlineTravelTips(dot)info


HotelCritic(dot)us

I would like to offer a 10% discount to any blog readers. So if you wish to buy one of these domains let me know that you’ve read this posting and I’ll make sure you get your discount!

Now, time to get back to work on Kayaking(dot)org – just another Saturday in the world of Domain Flipping!

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  • Dave July 28, 2008, 8:06 am

    I enjoy your blog and just want to thank you for all of the great info. You inspire all of us to try harder and take our time in developing domain names. I am a homebuilder and since housing has gone south for the last 2 years, I have started to play with websites. I notice that the Federal Government has sent to the white house legislation for housing. I do not know how far it will go, but I am trying a website called http://www.HousingStimulusPackage.com. I know it is a long tail name, but I will have to see what happens now. What should the leasing rights or selling price be? Or, should I keep it and develop the website myself?

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  • Dave August 3, 2008, 8:25 pm

    Question about Google. When you have dead links, does Google drop your page.
    http://www.HousingStimulusPackage.com was on page one with Google over the weekend and we had a few hits but tonight it is gone. I changed a few links to different States this afternoon and made them active, but still had a few dead State links. Did Google look at the new page links and see the dead links as well … I used a few … javascript:; … The whole listing on Google is gone.

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  • Dave August 8, 2008, 8:20 pm

    The web page came back yesterday on Google and it was on page one. Now I will have to see if it stays there. I contacted Google a few days ago and explained that I had linked to a SEO program and I had a few dead links. Perhaps it was reviewed by Google and was allowed back in there search. I am going to try and develop the website myself for now. Like anything, it has a price.

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