Product Domains Are HOT

I’ve spent a lot of time this year building-up a nice rolodex of Domain Buyers. Sure, I don’t have nearly as many contacts as the big brokerage houses but I am getting new people every week and working hard to identify exactly what type of domains they are looking for. In doing this I’ve become more aware of what kind of domains people are looking for. On top of this data, I am finalizing my survey results I took a few weeks ago and this does an even better job of solidifying my observations – product domains are IN – bigtime!

Product domains are hot because there is a clear formula for making money with the domain – sell the product! While most Domainers opt for affiliate programs like the Amazon Associates store, those who really want to make some money work-out direct deals or drop-shipping agreements. What always blows my mind is to see a GREAT product domain parked or developed-into a crappy site. This is a HUGE waste of incredible potential and Domainers with parked product domains should either develop them and start making money or sell them to one of the many hungry product domain buyers out there!

So how do you know if your product domain is hot? Easy, people should be making you offers directly. If you’re sending a million emails and putting your domain for sale everywhere you can and nobody is interested…you might not have a very strong product domain. Don’t dwell on it, just focus on your better domains. All good product .com’s get plenty of offers each week – they might be low offers but the fact that you’re getting offers should validate that your product domain doesn’t suck.

I always think that the best way to learn is by example – take a look at the lists below to see some domains that are optimizing their potential…as well as some that are missing-out on a GREAT opportunity.

Examples of Developed Product Domains

Examples of What NOT To Do With Your Product Domain

Of course there are many more examples of great developed product domains. Epik has a good platform for building these out but even putting-up a simple blog with a few articles and ads can get you MUCH better results than leaving your domain parked. I am in the process of rolling-out a product domain option available from Linton Investments and look forward to sharing what we can bring to the table very soon!

If you are looking for product domains please email me directly – morgan(at) I currently have a nice inventory of product domains across some great TLDs including .com all at LOW prices.

{ 18 comments… add one }

  • Kevin M. October 8, 2010, 10:24 am

    Uhh, Morgan, not sure if your ‘’ link is such a great example of a ‘developed site’, currently!! 😉

  • Jimmy Tang October 8, 2010, 2:31 pm

    Hey Morgan,

    I’ve been into these myself. Can you email your list of product domains that are .com, .net and .org with the broad/exact matches if you have them? Thanks.

  • Eon October 8, 2010, 3:16 pm


    I am much interested in having a copy of your product name list, thanks.


  • Leonard Britt October 8, 2010, 3:38 pm

    Don’t forget to put photos on your sites as well. Our Spanish wedding dress site doesn’t rank for regular search but does get quite a bit of traffic for image search. At some point I need to go back and look at why those two photos are the ones which rank best.

  • Jimmy Tang October 8, 2010, 4:09 pm

    @Leonard, its probably because you used the KWs as filenames 🙂

  • ricardo October 8, 2010, 7:48 pm

    Hi Morgan:

    I’m just starting the domain flipper adventure and I’m learn many things and one thing that I don’t know really well is how to determine the price of a domain name?

    I would like to email you (if you want it) to give me some tips and ideas about it.


  • mano October 8, 2010, 10:07 pm

    @ Jimmy I have hundreds of product domains, send me you email: I’ll send the list.

    @ Morgan, apologies to put it here, I can’t get him directly.


  • roddy October 9, 2010, 12:06 am

    Makes sense considering it’s a consumer based world, there is an ad on tv that refers to the internet as the worlds biggest shop , cant say i disagree with that comment, although pleased to say i have two epik sites up and running and it seems like good links to put on my blogs

  • Joey October 9, 2010, 3:48 am and are both just using affiliate programs while is just a blog. is selling a product directly, it’s just has a poorly designed site.

  • Robert K. October 9, 2010, 5:26 am

    Hey Morgan,

    Exactly this I had on my mind whem I have registered my and other next big things DNs, the only thing is to be first there with that idea to reg. this particular DN.
    more examples:
    color ereaders
    fuel cell unit
    fusion power station
    tv oled

  • Blackpool Hotels October 9, 2010, 6:06 am is gnarly 404’d

  • Jimmy Tang October 9, 2010, 9:04 pm

    Hey Roddy,

    How are those EPIK sites going for you? I’m thinking about creating couple myself.

  • Sri October 9, 2010, 11:59 pm

    Nice article Morgan. BTW, you need to correct the link to

    Talking of light bulbs, I am wasting a couple of similar domains with parking!

  • Stephen Douglas_SuccessClick October 10, 2010, 4:17 am

    Morgan, are you trying to give me conniptions because I sold ProductDomains.dotcom too cheap!? arrrrrrrrgh!

    heh… good article, and spot on. I have a several associates and friends with some keyword killer domains that they’re only…. parking! Wow! Making several hundred dollars a month as compared to making thousands with a simple CPA or directory buildout… I don’t know what they’re thinking. I guess making the BEST revenue possible hasn’t entered into their head because they have enough of those $300 a month domains to let them laze out and mold.

  • roddy October 10, 2010, 9:37 pm

    Hey Jimmy only about a week or so old and just a couple of dollars cpc which i did not realize we earned as part of the site , basically my plan is to get some more (5-10) in total whole working on other sites with the stores in the links section, still a little bit of working out to do but is one example where the ‘dress; stores i have slot in well , so hard to give a direct answer because too early , i do plan to grow them along with my other sites long story short

  • Mark Hoult October 11, 2010, 1:09 am

    Good article – thanks

    In a future post I would be interested in hearing more about the best programmes for selling different categories of products.

  • Jimmy Tang October 11, 2010, 9:40 am

    Roddy hit me up so we can chat more goshtangit AT gmail DOT com

  • Myles October 27, 2010, 8:11 am

    i currently have a few good ones for some new and up and comming product. I just dont know how to market them. any suggestions would be appretiated. one example is


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