Thursday, April 29, 2010

Cuddle Later, Make Money Now... Buy "CuddleSpray.com"


Scientists have perfected a spray that makes men more affectionate and in tune with a woman's feelings.Just a puff or two of cuddle spray (CuddleSpray.com) and even the most macho male becomes as sensitive as a woman. The spray is based on oxytocin  -  a hormone naturally made in the body and involved in sex, sexual attraction, trust and confidence. The spray isn't on the market yet, but the domain CuddleSpray.com is -- I own it, and you can buy it by submitting your offer as a confidential "comment" to this blog. Create your own new domains here for under $10 each.

You really can make money this way... CamRoulette.com was first registered in late 2009 for $10. In February 2010 it sold for $1,400. The next month (March 2010), this domain resold for $151,000! Thanks to DNJournal for reporting this.More info here.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Plus-Size Profits with Plus-SizeWoman.com


Can you believe no one had registered the domain Plus-SizeWoman.com? Or Full-FiguredWoman.com, Full-FiguredWomen.com  or Large-SizeWomen.com? Well, we did, yesterday, and now we’re selling those valuable marketing domains. Got an offer of $5000 for the former, but we’re holding out for something better. Submit your offer as a confidential “comment” to this blog. Create your own new domains here.

This week, clothing company Lane Bryant accused ABC of refusing to run ads for a new line of lingerie because it focused on full-figured women. For almost a century, Lane Bryant has been selling clothes to large-size women. So when the company came out with a new line of lingerie, the company decided to sex up their ad. Apparently it was a little too sexy for a couple of networks. The ads have been blocked and Lane Bryant says it’s bias against full-figured women.

"We knew the ads were sexy, but they are not salacious," said a Lane Bryant spokesperson in a blog. "Our new commercials represent the sensuality of the curvy woman who has more to show the world than the typical waif-like lingerie model." (That's a slap at Victoria's Secret ads that have aired on primetime on ABC and Fox.)

Monday, April 26, 2010

eBx Treatment (ebxtreatment.com) A Godsend for Breast Cancer Victims


200,000 women diagnosed with breast cancer yearly in the U.S. have a fantastic new treatment option -- Axxent® Electronic Brachytherapy or eBx, early-stage breast cancer treatment (eBx treatment). It combines surgery and radiation into one procedure, totally eliminating post-surgical radiation.

eBx treatment began at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park, Illinois. Six other U.S. hospitals – in California, Texas, Michigan, New York and Mississippi – are preparing to offer eBx treatment.

One of these hospitals will be smart to buy the domain (web address) ebxtreatment.com from this blogger, and set it to take Googlers directly to the cancer center’s home page for more information. Or, a smart domain investor can buy the domain and resell for lots more. (Submit offer as a comment to this blog; asking $1500, all offers welcome.)

Friday, April 23, 2010

Large-Size Women American Idols?


Large-size women are a major market... and they've created major value in the domains Large-SizeWomen.com and Plus-SizeWoman.com, which you can buy from this blogger. Submit your offer as a "comment" to this blog. Retailer Lane Bryant is pushing the phrase "large-size women" into the news with their controversial new lingerie ad, featuring busty, plus-sized models. The ad, rejected by several networks, will finally air on Fox next Wednesday, during the closing minutes of the 9 p.m. edition of "American Idol."

Monday, April 19, 2010

Switch to Snus (SwitchToSnus.com) Makes Cents

There's a fresh reason to switch to snus (SwitchToSnus.com) -- people exposed to secondhand smoke appear more likely to have chronic rhinosinusitis, according to a report in Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery. Secondhand smoke is said to contain more than 4,000 substances, including more than 50 that are either known or suspected to cause cancer, according to the article. An estimated 126 million non-smokers are exposed to secondhand smoke, say the authors, C. Martin Tammemagi, D.V.M., M.Sc., Ph.D., of Brock University, St. Catharine's, Ontario, Canada, and colleagues. The domains SwitchToSnus.com and SwitchToSmokeless.com are for sale; submit your offer as a "comment" to this blog, or make your offer at GoDaddy. Lots of good info on snus at the Switch To Snus blog.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Flying Cars - Flying Domain Values

Flying cars, long the dream of every kid and of editors at Popular Mechanics, are about to become a reality. Specifically, the Transformer Flying Car (TransformerFlyingCar.com), also known as the TX Flying Car (TXflyingcar.com), is being built for DARPA, the Pentagon's very own "Q". It is expected to fly in 2015.

An April 12 request for proposals from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) titled "Transformer (TX) Vertical Takeoff and Landing Roadable Air Vehicle" says: "The objective of the Transformer (TX)program is to demonstrate a four (4) person flyable/roadable vehicle that provides the warfighter terrain-independent mobility. This presents unprecedented capability to avoid traditional and asymmetrical threats while avoiding road obstructions. TX will enable enhanced company operations of future missions with applicable use in strike and raid, intervention, interdiction,insurgency/counterinsurgency, reconnaissance, medical evacuation and logistical supply. The TX vehicle will have Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL)capability with a minimum combat range of 250nm on a single tank of fuel."

I'm selling the roadable domains TransformerFlyingCar.com and TXflyingcar.com. Submit your offer as a confidential "comment" to this blog.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Wow! $10 Domain Created in 2009, Sold for $1,400 in Feb, Then $151,000 in March!

Here's living proof you can make money in the domain game.

CamRoulette.com was first registered in late 2009. In February 2010 it sold for $1,400. Last month (March), this domain was resold for $151,000! Great story. Thanks to DNJournal for reporting this.Create your own domains cheap here.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Minting Money At Home


Next time you find an interesting word or short phrase, turn it into cash – possibly Big Cash. Any combination of letters and numbers can be registered as an Internet domain – an address, usually ending in dot-com. You can register domains for under $10 each at Moniker (http://tiny.cc/p921s). If a marketer of products or services thinks your domain can help him attract customers and make money, they’ll buy that domain from you for hundreds or hundreds-of-thousands of dollars.

Does that sound too good to be true? Just look at these recent sales: Flying.com sold for $1.1 million; LongIsland.com went for $370,000; Nasty.com brought somebody $200,000; PlayFree.com sold for $26,300; and SmallThings.com returned a tidy $2,105 for that little $10 cost of registration. (Sales reported by DNJournal, April 6, 2010) The mother of all domain sales was recorded in 2006, when Sex.com went for an eye-popping $14 million.

Here's proof you can make money in the domain game. CamRoulette.com was first registered in late 2009. In February 2010 it sold for $1,400. In March, this domain was resold for $151,000! (Thanks to DNJournal for the details.) Create your own new domains cheap here.  

Coming up with a valuable domain name is easy. Pick any category that interests you and create a memorable domain. For instance: sports (PAC10stats.com), people’s names (DrMcCafferty.com), places (HavanaLodgings.com), businesses (AAAWindEnergy.com), health (FirstSignsOfAging.com), sex (G-SpotPill.com), pets (InsuringYourPets.com), law (WhoCanWeSue.com), clothing (Bullet-ProofClothing.com), food (BreakfastShortcuts.com) or politics (SarahSixPack.com).

Who’s buying these domains? Buyers primarily fall into two categories – businesses that want the domains to draw attention to themselves or their products and services; and domain investors, who plan to resell the domains at higher prices then they’re paying today.

What makes a domain valuable? Lots of different things can make a domain attractive to potential buyers. If the name is short, easy to remember, or getting a lot of mentions in the media, many companies and domain investors will want to buy it.

Want to capitalize on Tiger Woods? Buy TigersPlaymates.com or PuntaBravaRentals.com. (Punta Brava is a golf resort being built in Mexico, and featuring a course designed by Tiger himself. Marketing rental homes and condos on the course will be much easier for the ultimate owner of PuntaBravaRentals.com.)

Sexting – kids sending naked photos of themselves and their friends via cellphone – has stayed in the news for over a year; buy SextingBlocker.com and sell it to a smart tech company.

If you’re a smoker, you may know that the new trend among Indian tribes is to deliver their tax-free cigarettes direct to homes, saving buyers the need to drive out of their way to buy on the reservation. You’ll make money buying TobaccoHomeDelivery.com. And if you’ve heard about the new spit-free smokeless tobacco products being introduced nationwide, you’ll see the value in SwitchToSmokeless.com and SwitchToSnus.com.

Health and health products are always topic #1 at office water coolers. Buy the domains MedicalMarijuanaCheap.com, TheExercisePill.com, ShinglesPatch.com or DarkCircleRemedies.com for a great return on your small investment. Lots of companies sell remedies for herpes; buy the domain HerpAway.com and expect to sell for a nice profit. Fitted condoms (FittedCondoms.com) and premature ejaculation (PEcontrol.com) got a ton of media attention in recent months.

Some domains appeal to very different audiences. LeWhiff.com, for instance, might be re-sold to a perfumer, an odor-control company, or a strike-out specialist.

Geographic domains always have added value. PapuaNewGuinea.com went for $25,000, while SanJuan.com was worth $150,000 to someone and Carrollton.com (the name of cities in Texas, Georgia and Ohio) sold for $30,000.

You can also attract buyers by combining geographic names with other words, like MakeMoneyInCuba.com and CondosNewEngland.com. I'm offering a bunch of geo domains associated with Mexico's planned mega-port/mega-city at what is currently the coastal village of Punta Colonet; see and bid on them here.

Most of the domains mentioned in this article can be bought at their respective address, or by submitting your offer as a "comment" to this blog. To create your own new domains for under $10, visit Moniker (http://tiny.cc/p921s). And by the way, you can also buy this gem – MintingMoneyAtHome.com at that address.

Marana Lawyers - Your Domains Are Ready!

Lawyers in Marana, Arizona (and Tucson and Phoenix), should have bought these domains long ago, to drive business to their practices. It's not too late! I'm selling them - submit your offer as a "comment" to this blog.


MaranaDivorce.com
MaranaDivorceAttorney.com
MaranaDivorceLawyer.com
MaranaAttorney.com
MaranaLawyer.com
MaranaDUIlawyer.com
MaranaPersonalInjuryLawyer.com
MaranaDUI.com
MaranaBankruptcyLawyer.com
MaranaBankruptcyAttorney.com
ArizonaSelfDefenseLawyer.com
TucsonSelfDefenseLawyer.com
PhoenixSelfDefenseLawyer.com

Friday, April 9, 2010

Tiger Woods's Playmates (TigersPlaymates.com)

You can't go wrong with this one! Tiger Woods and his girlfriends will be in the news and one of the world's leading topics of interest for YEARS to come. One more playmate stepped into the spotlight just yesterday -- his Florida neighbor's 22-year-old daughter!

I'm selling the domain TigersPlaymates.com, complete with correspondence from Playboy Enterprises acknowledging it doesn't infringe on their trademark. ("As long as a site is not built which trades on Playboy’s intellectual property, we will consider this matter closed.") Asking $2,500, but all offers welcome -- it could sell for less, or bidding could drive it higher. Looking for a quick sale, so submit your offer as a "comment" to this blog right now! (Comments that include offers are not published; they are viewed only by me.) You really can make money this way... CamRoulette.com was first registered in late 2009 for $10. In February 2010 it sold for $1,400. Last month (March), this domain was resold for $151,000! Great story. Thanks to DNJournal for reporting this.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Shingles & the New Shingles Pain Patch (ShinglesPatch.com, ShinglesPainPatch.com)



One million Americans develop shingles yearly. It’s a painful viral infection caused by the same herpes virus that causes chickenpox. One in five people with shingles will suffer  prolonged pain after shingles, known as PHN. The pain can persist long after the shingles rash clears up and can disrupt sleep, mood, work and all daily activities. Today, NeurogesX, Inc. (Nasdaq: NGSX) announced the availability of Qutenza® (capsaicin) 8% patch, the first and only product containing prescription-strength capsaicin. A single one-hour Qutenza application can provide three months’ relief from pain associated PHN.

Millions of consumers will want the Qutenza patch, and most will look for it online by searching for “shingles patch” or “shingles pain patch”. You can buy those domains -- ShinglesPatch.com and ShinglesPainPatch.com -- from this blogger by submitting your offer as a “comment” to this blog. Asking $20,000 for each, but they could sell for more, or less. To create new domains of your own, click here and do it for under $10 each.

Marketing Arizona (Marana, Tucson, Phoenix) Legal Services

To attract more clients, Arizona lawyers should buy one or more of these domains:


When people Google any of these popular search terms, your link will come up first. Set the domain so that people clicking on the link will be taken directly to your regular home page. These are great business magnets!

Asking $2500 each. All offers welcome. Submit your offer as a "comment" to this blog (I own these domains.) To put pricing in perspective, TaxAttorney.org just sold for $35,000, and CaliforniaInjuryLawyer.com sold for $2,400.

Tobacco Home Delivery (TobaccoHomeDelivery.com)

It's the newest cigarette marketing gimmick -- home delivery of tobacco products, usually by stores based on no-tax Indian reservations. It first popped up in Tucson, Arizona, where Indians of the Tohono O'odham Nation run a discount tobacco store, The Tobacco Barn, right by their Desert Diamond casino. The problem is that the store is in an isolated area, right by the airport, but far from most prospective customers. The solution? Offer same-day home delivery of cigarettes, cigars, smokeless and chew products. This marketing ploy is an obvious winner, sure to be adopted across the U.S. You can profit by purchasing the domain TobaccoHomeDelivery.com and then selling it to another investor or directly to a smoke shop retailer. Buy it now from this blogger by submitting your offer as a "comment" to this blog. Create your own new domains here for under $10.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Tiger's Playmates

Tiger is back in the news and will be a headliner for years to come. I'm entertaining offers for TigersPlaymates.com, and for PuntaBravaRentals.com -- Punta Brava, Mexico, is the fabulous golf resort featuring a course designed by Tiger Woods himself. Enter your bid as a confidential "comment" to this blog, below. You really can make money this way... CamRoulette.com was first registered in late 2009 for $10. In February 2010 it sold for $1,400. The next month (March 2010), this domain resold for $151,000! Thanks to DNJournal for reporting this. More info here. When you buy a domain, you can resell it; set up your own website at the domain address; or set it up so that people who go to that address (TigersPlaymates.com, for instance) are automatically taken to your business's home page.

Learn more about how to make money fast with cheap domains here. Create your own new domains here for under $10 each. If you prefer to negotiate the purchase of TigersPlaymates.com or any other of my domains through a third party, you can submit your bid through GoDaddy here.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

BulletProof Clothing = BulletProof Domains

T-shirts available at Wal-Mart could be converted into wearable armor, according to scientists from South Carolina, Switzerland and China. By combining the carbon in the cotton with boron, the scientists have created a tough, lightweight fabric of boron carbide, the same material used to protect tanks. The research could lead to more comfortable body armor for soldiers, police and consumers.


"The current boron carbide armor is strong, but its not flexible and its very heavy," said Xiaodong Li, a scientist at the University of South Carolina and co-author of a recent article in the journal Advanced Materials. "We tried to solve this problem but with a different approach. In our approach, we used cotton T-shirts."

In your approach  to making money fast, consider buying any of these domains and either building websites to market bullet-proof clothing, or resell the domains for substantial $$ gains:


To buy or more, just submit your offer as a "comment" to this blog. (I own them. Bullet-ProofClothing.com is an especially valuable domain.) To create your own bullet-proof domains for under $10, click here -- Moniker.