Two-word .COMs continue to be some of the most powerful branding assets on the planet

As I’ve said many times before, if you’re building a brand online, your domain is the single most important asset you can have. It’s the center of your brand’s universe and many of the most successful brands on the planet learned that early and ended up lightyears ahead of the competition as a result.

Like one-word .COMs, two-word .COMs sell for six-figures all the time, especially in cases where those two words together represent something meaningful. A good example here is HomeCare.com which sold for $350,000 in 2015. If the buyer bought Home.com or Care.com, well first, they’d probably pay seven figures, and second, the name wouldn’t actually make it as clear what the company does.

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Another great example is CallTracking.com which was purchased by CallRail for $120,000 in August of this year and is being turned into an educational resource for all things call tracking related. Call.com or Tracking.com are great domains, but they’re broad, CallTracking.com makes a lot of sense for CallRail since whoever goes to the site will expect to see something about Call Tracking, it’s incredibly targeted.

I recently came across two really strong two-word .COMs, DogToy.com and DogToys.com. Just like my example above, a company that makes dog toys would benefit massively from these domains. I’m actually blown away that both of these names haven’t been picked up by one of the many dog toy makers out there. The pet toy market in the US is huge, it actually crossed the $1B mark in 2017:

“Toys is the largest durable dog and cat pet care category with sales crossing the $1 billion threshold in 2016, up from $851 million in 2011.” (Source – PRNewsWire)

Now I might be a little biased since I’m a cat owner, but as I did a little deeper dive into the data, I found out that dog toys actually account for 75% of the pet toys market.  This means that the dog toys market alone is a $750M a year industry.

I can’t help but wonder if I just stumbled onto two of the most valuable two-word .COMs still available for development? Maybe so. What do you think? I want to hear from you, comment and let your voice be heard!

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  • Zev November 7, 2018, 7:49 pm

    It’s not that simple…. dogtoy dogtoys are all very replaceable by poochtoy, puppytoy, PetToys, doggytoys, DogPlay, Etc….

    HomeCare selling for 350 has nothing to do with keywordsnplaying with each other…..

    HomeCare is an irreplaceable American phrase much like any one word, irrespective of the semantically deceiving 2 word construction…

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    • MapleDots November 8, 2018, 5:23 am

      I wish there was a like button here, your response was very similar to what I was thinking. Thank you for saving me the keystrokes. Like Like Like!

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      • John November 8, 2018, 8:49 am

        Morgan is right and you both are wrong. In this example, “Dog Toys” is the top of mind best of the best. Any native speaker of American English can tell you that. There mere fact that there are possible variants of lesser quality means nothing with regard to Morgan’s long overdue and correct point.

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      • John November 8, 2018, 9:15 am

        And the same goes even if there are a few of equal quality. The best are still normally so rare that both can be worth not only 6 figures but even 7 or more. It’s not “either/or” but “both/and.”

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      • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 12, 2018, 3:02 am

        Wow Mapledots….funny running to you here. Have you seen my exchange with fellow domainer John on this thread? He’s basically calling you a fool here, and I’m offended for you.

        While I know you scored my marketplace domain, DomainGourmet™ a perfect 10, what do you think of BulldogToys™ that was a takeoff from Morgans DogToys? This is assuming you know something about Bulldogs…. https://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/bulldog/ .

        Regardless, today is Veterans Day in America and I’m playing golf with a friend, a Wounded Warrior and his service dog Tulip later this AM. Any Vets out there reading Morgans Blog, God Bless you, and thanks for serving.

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  • GreenJobs November 7, 2018, 8:36 pm

    Agreed, that’s why we have GreenJobs.com.

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    • Zev November 7, 2018, 9:14 pm

      Lol

      HomeCare .com != GreenJobs

      Apples != Oranges

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      • John November 8, 2018, 8:51 am

        Yes, at this time in history Green Jobs is a really excellent domain.

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        • Green Jobs November 11, 2018, 6:41 am

          Thank you, totally agree. 🙂

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    • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 15, 2018, 2:39 am

      Speaking of GreenJobs….someone I know owns the domain nCredibleJobs™.com. Might that be considered a two word domain?

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  • Snoopy November 8, 2018, 12:48 am

    “Like one-word .COMs, two-word .COMs sell for six-figures all the time”

    Bullshit! According to Dnjournal there has been 2 such sales this year, it is nothing like one word .com’s.

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    • John November 8, 2018, 8:51 am

      No, your response is bs. And you of all people know that reported sales are simply that.

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  • Bob November 8, 2018, 4:20 am

    Yes, I do think two-word .COMs are probably the best investment of all domains but not for six-figures in most cases especially if they are easily replaceable, so great care is needed when selecting best or top keywords in order to make a real success for such brands or new enterprises.

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    • John November 8, 2018, 8:53 am

      But that’s the reality in the real world – the best of them are not “easily replaceable” at all. The best of them are often even more valuable and more fitting than a single word.

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  • Mark Thorpe November 8, 2018, 4:58 am

    A lot of two-word .Com domain sales fly under the radar now and are not being reported, because those domains are not being tracked as much as they used to.

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    • Bob November 8, 2018, 5:33 am

      Quite true but you can view Comparable Domains Sold under GoDaddy Domain Appraisal Value section for each relevant .COM domain, many of these are even not reported by Namebio!

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      • Zev November 8, 2018, 5:51 am

        One of the best pieces of content, thanks for this answer!

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        • John November 8, 2018, 8:57 am

          One of the most worthless pieces of content. Anyone grounded in reality and real world of business use can tell you that an automated “appraisal” tool saying something is “comparable” will often mean nothing and less than nothing. And I can even show you a case where a multi-word domain known to have had a real offer over $5 million before was “appraised” by the Estibot abomination at low $x,xxx, not to mention how they were still appraising crypto.com at only $48k even after it sold.

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    • Snoopy November 8, 2018, 3:51 pm

      C’mon man sales are really low for those names. The argument above about non disclosure is what we normally here from the .tv and new tld fans to justify the lack of sales.

      If it isn’t one word it gets a far lower interest. Because the SEO benefits are far reduced since Google 2012 changes far fewer endusers want two word popular keyword .com’s.

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  • John November 8, 2018, 9:12 am

    At first I was going to comment about how the industry “luminaries” are finally waking up to reality and the truth and how my labor has not been in vain.

    But as I scrolled down and saw the comments it was a truly sad surprising spectacle, and I realized that I first had to address how the brainwashing and mindless “groupthink” in the industry about this topic is clearly so deep and so severe that it boggles the imagination. You would think “domainers” would have welcomed this post and seen some light with open arms, but the darkness is truly amazing.

    Morgan, however, is certainly spot on, just as Rick Schwartz was spot on just the other day in the thread about Lane.com, and this is what I have been saying in the blogs for probably years now.

    And by way of more examples, make no mistake: by itself “Staples.com” is relatively worthless (though still not bad), unless literal staples or very archaic terms for general items are really your thing, but tens and hundreds of millions of dollars spent on marketing and branding can sometimes compensate for that. If they had a multi-word domain like “OfficeSupplies.com” however, that one by itself it already worth millions on its own and would have given them a huge head start.

    Finally, as I’ve said many times now I could show you a three word .com that is easily “no-brainer” worth 9 figures even, but I’m not willing to call attention to it. The current owner surely knows it’s worth millions, but I doubt they realize just how many millions. I’ve also written extensively before about what I discovered as someone who is what most domainers are not – an end user – when Google and the other SE’s used to let you see the search strings for your traffic. Long story short, I discovered the reality and the truth, that no matter how long the phrase is, if it is the top of mind authority phrase, or one of them, visitors will gladly and eagerly not only type the whole thing out, but even search for the domain itself including various use of spaces between the words and the “.com.” And that no doubt relates to why a London Stock Exchange listed company even contacted me out of the blue to try to buy one of my longest four word .coms I was merely using at the time.

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  • Zev November 8, 2018, 10:16 am

    John:

    You are confusing something like “Estibot” with actual comparables data you get,
    like namebio.

    Nice try, may work with some newbies buying 4 word domains from you, lol

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    • John November 8, 2018, 10:33 am

      Uh, no, not confusing anything Zev, and am definitely talking about claims of “comparables.” And that’s not a nice try to get your revenge for my comment above and also suggest that I’m lying about what happened with a four word domain of mine. You are obviously clueless and have missed the point of Morgan’s post and my comments too.

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    • John November 8, 2018, 10:37 am

      P.S. And when I was an end user of this particular four word domain, what I mentioned above is exactly what I used to witness about SE’s and the traffic stats, all the time, month after month, as well as for certain three worders. The four word one is what inspired me to talk about it though. And I’m saying all this for the readers and the cause, not for you.

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  • R P November 8, 2018, 10:50 am

    Good domains but not top tier. When I look at product or service domains I take into consideration (1) average sales price and (2) margin on product/service. Dog toys typically sell for under $10. Dog Food, Dog Grooming, maybe Dog Treats are better imo just to name a few.

    Agree that a dog toy manufacturer should be interested though. These guys typically don’t sell direct and depend upon retailers, but that is all changing now. If you don’t have a direct to consumer strategy going forward you’re going to face an uphill battle in ecommerce.

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    • John November 8, 2018, 10:58 am

      R P, you are so totally missing the point it defies imagination and belief.

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      • R P November 8, 2018, 7:48 pm

        I’m not missing any points imo. I own a lot of product domains, they are my favorite type of domain, but from my ecommerce experience margins, sales price, and purchase frequency are extremely important. And to me that is what separates a top tier product domain (dog food) from a middle tier domain (dog toys). I’m not asking anyone to agree with me. I’m stating my opinion because I know ecommerce better than most, and trying to help newer investors who read this blog. I certainly don’t believe my comments defy imagination or belief but obviously you are entitled to your own opinion.

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        • John November 8, 2018, 10:29 pm

          Well yes, R P, now you really do seem to be totally missing the point. The point is about understanding true relative domain value with regard to the standard dogma, brainwashing and misguided notions about length, not about any specific examples mentioned or asked about. It doesn’t matter whether DogToys.com is worth four, five or six figures. The larger point about value relative to much shorter less meaningful and accurate domains is the point and he could have chosen any number of examples.

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    • John November 8, 2018, 11:02 am

      Okay, but in all fairness he did ask about it at the end. So sad to see so many so benighted here, however, but at least the “luminaries” are seeing the light.

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  • My2Cents November 9, 2018, 8:14 am

    Great domains. Would be a perfect fit for a marketplace, a manufacturer, or even an Amazon store like Diapers.com. The way people shop has already changed. I can tell you that by all the boxes I see laying around on my neighborhood’s porches.

    Some of the listed substitutes don’t really cut it. That’s like saying HomeCare can be easily replaced by HomelyCare or HomeAttention, or why not HomewiseCare. Just doesn’t sound compelling.

    Would be curious to check in after a year to see what happens with these two.

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  • Nathan Burgess November 9, 2018, 8:01 pm

    Morgan,

    I’m still trying to read most all of your blogs. Once when we talked you said I should get rid of all my crypto two-word domains, (ie. cryptominero.com, which is “crypto miner” in Spanish; cryptomanhatten.com, (cryptorealify.com which incorporates “Crypto” and “Realify” which is very trendy and, cryptomexico.com, cryptolatin.com, (cryptoyota.com two words from “Crypt Toyota”), and I have many more, but now I see you say two worders are great investments… I would like an explanation, short one… Can you be more specific about why you now believe two worders are great but weren’t a few months ago and even advised me to let my two worders go and get some good domains.. This is not a trick request…. thank you and enjoy keeping up…

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    • Logan November 10, 2018, 2:31 pm

      Nathan – I’ll jump in here. Yes, some two-word crypto____.com domain names have value. But, yours have very little value because of the words you have chosen to put in the blank part of crypto____.com. Given your choices for the second words, Morgan likely suggested you let those two-word, crypto____.com domain names drop. I would recommend the same thing to you. These domain names are not very marketable to end users and therefore best to not renew.

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    • John November 10, 2018, 11:49 pm

      Yes, it’s about quality, Nathan. I frequently like saying I can show people a three word .com worth 9 figures, though I’m not willing to call attention to it. Two word domains can be worth anywhere from $0 (or less) to $millions depending simply upon quality.

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  • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 11, 2018, 5:51 am

    Morgan…just reading this thread, opinions are all over the place., and you know what they say about opinions. As you know, I’ll hand reg a domain at the stroke of a key. When I saw DogToys.com, I immediately went to my search and appraisal screen at Go Daddy to see if BulldogToys.com was available. It was, so I went to see if PoodleToys was available, and someone already owns it and has it for sale for $3,999 as a “Premium” domain on Go Daddy. So, guess what? I’m the proud new owner of the domain BulldogToys™ Gee….what was I thinking? I just wasted $8.50 on a crappy domain that no one would ever be interested in buying. I use to show dogs (Basset hounds) when i was a kid, and the AKC registered name for my dog was Lord Murgitroyd of Antwerp, but we called him “Murgy”. Guess who name him? Biscuit, a bulldog is now the Mascot for my company. Does anyone here know how popular bulldogs are around the world? Can you possibly see why I might want to own this two word domain for a whopping $8.50. Thanks for the idea Morgan….unfortunately I hate cats (i’m allergic to them).

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    • John November 11, 2018, 8:24 pm

      It’s about discerning who is making sense and who is not. Morgan, GreenJobs, Mark, My2Cents, Logan, and myself are making sense. The others (except for Nathan) are not.

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  • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 11, 2018, 9:49 pm

    NonSense™ John☺

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    • John November 12, 2018, 1:40 am

      Well look Richard, how much would you know yet really, you are practically a newbie, at least from the way you post. And the domain you just wasted money on, BulldogToys.com, is such a clear example which illustrates the point about how the genuinely best are not easily replaceable at all by any means, as it is relatively worthless unless you plan to use it as an end user for such a narrow niche, and less than worthless in comparison to DogToys.com. Some people might take it for free, but not many would pay “reg fee” for that one. Even something synonymous to the best like CanineToys.com doesn’t hold a candle to the superiority of DogToys.com.

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      • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 12, 2018, 2:30 am

        Stop the spin John….how stupid of you to think i’m a newbie when i’ve been starting, creating, running and NAMING businesses since 1968. And btw, did I say BulldogToys™ is a better domain than DogToys? or even CanineToys? Do you know anything about the breed of dog known as a Bulldog John? Do you even know what AKC stands for? Educate yourself a little and check this out John; https://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/bulldog/

        Unless you TOTALLY missed my point…I didn’t originate, create and register BulldogToys™ to sell to YOU or any other so called domainer. I created and registered it to sell direct to an “end user” of which there are thousands.

        Finally…do you even know why they’re named Bull Dogs? You sir have such a narrow minded view of the domain industry you’ll NEVER truly succeed…….Sad…very Sad!

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        • John November 12, 2018, 12:53 pm

          You’re really kind of a nasty guy, Richard, and I don’t do “spin.” And yes, my impression of you has been that you are a newbie when it comes to domaining. Constantly adding that little “tm” also appears very “newbie-ish” and pretty needlessly odd. You were also needlessly obnoxious and self-centered in your response to me over here: https://morganlinton.com/if-youre-trying-to-be-a-daily-blogger-note-it-does-make-an-impact-on-your-life/?replytocom=173027. And you didn’t even respond when I pointed out your own website, about which I merely had such an innocent question, which you apparently did not even realize has some content on it that almost certainly had to have been human-generated.

          I didn’t put any words in your mouth, but apparently you are with me. What I did say, however, is that “BulldogToys” well illustrates a point already made above, which it does. For the sake of the readers, however, I will repeat that point: the best two word domains are *not* easily replaceable at all. Generally there will only be one or a few of the pinnacle best, which means all of the top ones can be very valuable. OnlinePoker.com is extremely valuable, but PokerOnline.com is also very valuable, for instance, but there is no abundance of two-word substitutes that renders them any less valuable than they are.

          Finally, as far as knowledge of bulldogs goes, I’ll just tell you “I don’t care” as you did to me in that other thread where I asked you a harmless question. I certainly know enough about them and domain names to know that domain is relatively worthless even if not completely so. And newsflash: I don’t think only in terms of selling as most domainers do (hence, far less “narrow minded”). However, for you to say in your nasty way that I have “such a narrow minded view of the domain industry” doesn’t get any more absurd. Both in this thread and If you had actually been seeing my posts in all the blogs these past years you would see that it doesn’t get anymore opposite than that, and that I’ve been pushing the industry to be less narrow-minded. So you are either being dishonest, as in lying, about this very thread itself, or perhaps your nasty temperament has led you into some pathology of thought.

          Oh well, not everyone is going to be without trouble…

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        • John November 12, 2018, 1:01 pm

          You are a very nasty and dishonest guy, Richard, and you shouldn’t put words in people’s mouths. My first reply just got blocked, however, and the last time I spoke to Morgan about that he said there were no comments of mine trapped anywhere, so I won’t hold my breath on it appearing at this blog.

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        • John November 12, 2018, 1:03 pm

          Let’s see if this copy will show up minus the link to Morgan’s own blog:

          You’re really kind of a nasty guy, Richard, and I don’t do “spin.” And yes, my impression of you has been that you are a newbie when it comes to domaining. Constantly adding that little “tm” also appears very “newbie-ish” and pretty needlessly odd. You were also needlessly obnoxious and self-centered in your response to me over here: https : // morganlinton . com /if-youre-trying-to-be-a-daily-blogger-note-it-does-make-an-impact-on-your-life/?replytocom=173027. And you didn’t even respond when I pointed out your own website, about which I merely had such an innocent question, which you apparently did not even realize has some content on it that almost certainly had to have been human-generated.

          I didn’t put any words in your mouth, but apparently you are with me. What I did say, however, is that “BulldogToys” well illustrates a point already made above, which it does. For the sake of the readers, however, I will repeat that point: the best two word domains are *not* easily replaceable at all. Generally there will only be one or a few of the pinnacle best, which means all of the top ones can be very valuable. OnlinePoker.com is extremely valuable, but PokerOnline.com is also very valuable, for instance, but there is no abundance of two-word substitutes that renders them any less valuable than they are.

          Finally, as far as knowledge of bulldogs goes, I’ll just tell you “I don’t care” as you did to me in that other thread where I asked you a harmless question. I certainly know enough about them and domain names to know that domain is relatively worthless even if not completely so. And newsflash: I don’t think only in terms of selling as most domainers do (hence, far less “narrow minded”). However, for you to say in your nasty way that I have “such a narrow minded view of the domain industry” doesn’t get any more absurd. Both in this thread and If you had actually been seeing my posts in all the blogs these past years you would see that it doesn’t get anymore opposite than that, and that I’ve been pushing the industry to be less narrow-minded. So you are either being dishonest, as in lying, about this very thread itself, or perhaps your nasty temperament has led you into some pathology of thought.

          Oh well, not everyone is going to be without trouble…

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        • John November 12, 2018, 1:06 pm

          Morgan, your blog will not let my original reply to this Richard guy appear. There are no bad words, and I even removed the link in it which was only to one of your other threads.

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        • John November 12, 2018, 4:51 pm

          Repost:

          You’re really kind of a nasty guy, Richard, and I don’t do “spin.” And yes, my impression of you has been that you are a newbie when it comes to domaining. Constantly adding that little “tm” also appears very “newbie-ish” and pretty needlessly odd. You were also needlessly obnoxious and self-centered in your response to me over here: https://morganlinton.com/if-youre-trying-to-be-a-daily-blogger-note-it-does-make-an-impact-on-your-life/?replytocom=173027. And you didn’t even respond when I pointed out your own website, about which I merely had such an innocent question, which you apparently did not even realize has some content on it that almost certainly had to have been human-generated.

          I didn’t put any words in your mouth, but apparently you are with me. What I did say, however, is that “BulldogToys” well illustrates a point already made above, which it does. For the sake of the readers, however, I will repeat that point: the best two word domains are *not* easily replaceable at all. Generally there will only be one or a few of the pinnacle best, which means all of the top ones can be very valuable. OnlinePoker.com is extremely valuable, but PokerOnline.com is also very valuable, for instance, but there is no abundance of two-word substitutes that renders them any less valuable than they are.

          Finally, as far as knowledge of bulldogs goes, I’ll just tell you “I don’t care” as you did to me in that other thread where I asked you a harmless question. I certainly know enough about them and domain names to know that domain is relatively worthless even if not completely so. And newsflash: I don’t think only in terms of selling as most domainers do (hence, far less “narrow minded”). However, for you to say in your nasty way that I have “such a narrow minded view of the domain industry” doesn’t get any more absurd. Both in this thread and If you had actually been seeing my posts in all the blogs these past years you would see that it doesn’t get anymore opposite than that, and that I’ve been pushing the industry to be less narrow-minded. So you are either being dishonest, as in lying, about this very thread itself, or perhaps your nasty temperament has led you into some pathology of thought.

          Oh well, not everyone is going to be without trouble…

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          • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 14, 2018, 12:37 pm

            John…do you even have a clue as to why Verisign refers to you and your ilk as “Scalpers”? You sir are the poster child for the idiom; “The Pot Calling the Kettle Black”

          • John November 15, 2018, 3:09 am

            Richard, do you even have a clue that when you refer to “you and your ilk” you are referring to our host Morgan Linton here and everyone else in the domainer and domain investor industry? Even more so because I must be at least five times more of an actual end user as well as seller of domains than most?

            Now pot and kettle aside, you appear to be what is known as an “impossible person,” and full of strife. Not my first, and I guess probably not my last either. Carry on…

  • John November 12, 2018, 12:59 pm

    You are a very nasty and dishonest guy, Richard, and you shouldn’t put words in people’s mouths. My first reply just got blocked, however, and the last time I spoke to Morgan about that he said there were no comments of mine trapped anywhere, so I won’t hold my breath on it appearing at this blog.

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  • John November 12, 2018, 1:07 pm

    Morgan, your blog will not let my original reply to this Richard guy appear. There are no bad words, and I even removed the link in it which was only to one of your other threads.

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  • John November 14, 2018, 11:11 am

    Reader’s note: multiple copies of my 11/12 comment are appearing today because there was a problem getting it to appear that has just been resolved, otherwise there would only have been the one.

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    • John November 14, 2018, 11:12 am

      I.e., the first 11/12 reply comment of 12:53 PM.

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  • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 15, 2018, 3:54 am

    Sure I do John…I wasn’t born yesterday. When Verisign referred to you and your ilk as “scalpers” who do you think they were referring to? Why do you think I own the two word domain; nCredibleFools™.com? Think long and hard about it John….you’ll figure it out someday. I’ll pray for you my son☺

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    • John November 15, 2018, 1:34 pm

      “Sure I do John”? Okay Richard, so then you are fine with referring to our host Morgan Linton here and everyone else in the domainer and domain investor industry as “you and your ilk.” (Readers see above.) Good to know. Then I suppose one wonders what you are doing here and in the other blogs. I’ve never said it quite this bluntly to anyone in the blogs or any forum before, and I don’t do it lightly or ever desired to do it at all, but do you have any idea how crazy you sound, Richard? No need to answer that, however, just a rhetorical question, but I know you almost certainly will. And I hope you did a search on “impossible person” which I mentioned above. Carry on and thanks for everything.

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      • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 15, 2018, 10:22 pm

        So you refer to me as being “Nasty” and a “Liar” John? Thank God enough people/domain investors reading this know I’m neither nasty or a liar, making you look pretty foolish☺.
        The only two word .com I hand reg’d today was; DomainConspiracy™.com. “You and your ilk” John can’t possibly imagine what I might do with that name, but trust me, it will be nCredible! And to think, you might even be one of the leading “scalpers” featured like Brad, El, Eric, Josh, JB (could stand for John Berryhill) and a host of others. Stay tuned my friend, and thanks for the free publicity.

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        • John November 16, 2018, 12:03 am

          “Think long and hard about it John….you’ll figure it out someday.” Yes, I think I have, and I think “enough people/domain investors reading this” have as well.

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  • Richard Morris aka Bulloney November 16, 2018, 8:11 am

    Thank you for giving me the floor again John….you’re too much. You and your followers may want to check on Elliot Silvers Blog to see a post that I made earlier today in response to Dave Evanson of Sedo who sold a 500K domain for Kush .com. A couple of my friends, Mike Kugler and Blake Janover bought a couple of 500K domains earlier this year, Vacation.Rentals and Home.Loans.

    I’m happy to say these two guys are doing well despite some typical interruptions, but they’ve met their first goal to show on the first page of Google when a variation of their name is searched without the “.” I’m so proud of these young men I can’t stand it.

    Finally, and sticking with the theme on this thread of branding two word .coms, I just hand registered DaddyoDomains(.)com. I’ve done a thorough vetting of the name via USPTO and there’s no appearance of conflict. This name appears to be very brandable along with a few other Daddyo .com domains I just hand registered.

    Feel free to comment on my crappyo domains. Gobble! Gobble!

    Bulloney

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