Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by ppcmofo, Aug 6, 2013.
Can anyone recommend where to research one word domain names?
one word or letter ?
if talking about letter ,Forget it if you are planning to buy , they are either taken or being offered for a huge premium even for a 3rd grade tld .
if talking about word , do you mean like single English word dropped or deleted domains ?
Check out http://www.domainhole.com - it's a pretty awesome site that I have been using for awhile now when checking out domain names.
its very hard to find a single word domain nowadays. It is always parked, even 2 word domain is parked.
Do a Google search for expireddomains. Great for finding expired domain names with lots of filters.
It's not easy or difficult, only as challenging as your imagination.
A couple nights ago I was chucking out ideas for random, premium-quality domain names (2 words) on Godaddy and most all of them showed up available for $9 - $12.
Use your mind, it's a unstoppable and invaluable tool. First comes faith, that's my belief.
You can download a list of expired domain and check if there are some one-word domain name.
You can think of some names and search the auction websites. The price will be high...
I have some Premium and 1 word domains, do let me know if you are still in need.
You can try auction site like hugedomain,sedo, flippa etc
Or find and buy a drop domain)
Well, you can still find some .info domain names from expired list, download an expired domain name list from Namejet and search there.
hi guys, have registration.info , plane.us and realforex.info anyone?
Go to some auction website like sedo, but one word domain is extremly expensive. not recommend.
Why are you looking for one word domain names? Do you have any specific niche in mind?
On major TLD (com/net/org) that's true, but there are loads of single word .me, .us etc domains available
^^^ this is the question
one words domains are really difficult to find/get, i have few 2 words premium domains, PM me in you are in need of any...
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