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This idea came from a buddy of mine. Domahub is where good people go to resell their domain names – which seems to be a pretty big business. I learned this when someone wanted $35,000 for PrettyFly.com. Ahahahaha!

This was interesting. I had never done an online retailer / tech combo. Looks like there’s some pretty stiff competition in the marketplace, but a quick search showed there’s a lot of distrust and sketchiness out there. Terrible customer service and scam alerts run rampant in the reviews.

This seems to be a key differentiation point for Domahub. I wish them luck.

Here are 101 lines for them:

1 Shift your parked domain names into gear
2 Domain names only make you money if you sell them. So let’s do that.
3 The trustworthy site for selling domain names
4 Profit from your domain buying prophecy
5 Sell, lease or buy the best domain names in the galaxy
6 Everything you need to sell your domain names
7 Build a portfolio of domains, and sell ’em
8 You’ve built your domain portfolio. The last step is to profit.
9 Shift your domain status from parked to profit
10 The corner store for easy domain selling
11 Sell your domains at a price you’ll be proud of
12 Get great landing pages for good domain names
13 Park your domains in a friendly lot
14 The valet driver for parking your domains
15 the website built for selling your website name
16 Sales pages for every domain you own
17 Buy, rent or negotiate an offer on any domain name
18 No more sketchy domain sales. DomaHub is here.
19 The farmer’s market for fresh domains
20 The domain name storefront for friendly people
21 The safe way to sell your domains
22 Where good people do domain deals
23 Get a landing page as good as the domain name your selling
24 The easiest way to build domain sales pages
25 The domain lister built on customer service
26 The non-sketchy, non-scammy domain sales site
27 The domain listing community you’ll be proud to be a part of
28 Welcome to the domain listing community
29 The bright, friendly, domain store
30 The simplest way to sell your domains (without any back alley sketchiness)
31 The domain selling service that doesn’t set off your malware alarm
32 Sell your domains without feeling dirty about it
33 The domain storefront that doesn’t make you skeptical about putting in personal information
34 Feel good about where you sell your site names
35 You were smart to stock up on those domains. Now get smart about selling them.
36 Selling domains doesn’t have to feel sleazy
37 Selling domains can be a great business. We make  it easy.
38 Good domains make great products
39 The open-air market for domain name trading
40 Helping good domains get sold fast
41 When the offers come flooding in, you’ll have an easy way to manage them
42 Add you sites and watch the bidding war begin
43 Your strategy room for bidding war over your sites
44 The domain company with great customer service
45 the domain listing service without the negative reviews
46 The friendliest place to sell your domain names
47 Park your domains and drive to the bank
48 For people who want to sell domains without fear
49 The sales lot for your parked domains
50 Set your sights on selling your sites
51 Log in to the safest domain marketplace on the web
52 Make sales without hassle
53 Bid, buy and sell at your own pace
54 Create your sales page without a single line of code
55 Individual landing pages for all your domains, in less than 4 minutes
56 The one-stop-shop for selling your domains
57 The easiest, most intuitive, domain selling site you’ll find
58 Helping good people sell great domains
59 For domain entrepreneurs with their sights set on sales
60 For domain hosts tired of poor customer service
61 The customer-friendly domain sales site
62 Landing pages for domain sales
63 Domain landing pages for people who want better service
64 Improving customer service, one domain sale at a time
65 Where good buyers come for their domain purchases
66 The eBay & Amazon of domain name sales
67 Sell your domains with Zappos-level customer service
68 Where you sell your domain and find your business partner
69 Sell more, better, easier domains
70 Become an entrepreneur in under 5 minutes
71 The domain selling page with a “buy it now” button
72 Upload your domain name list, then count your money
73 All the information your buyers need to purchase your domain, set up in 5 minutes
74 Create individual sales pages for your entire portfolio, all at once
75 Upload, sell and analyze the profitability of your entire domain portfolio
76 Know what domains to sell, and for exactly how much, without any extra effort
77 Post your domain. Then watch it sell itself.
78 Domain landing pages that practically sell themselves
79 Get “post & profit” domain landing pages
80 The good news for lazy domain owners
81 The secret to domain profits is on your page
82 The “post & profit” domain landing page builder
83 The Zappos of domain name sale sites
84 Founded by friendly people
85 We were tired of the terrible customer service. So we built our own domain selling site.
86 Who says you have to sell through the big guys?
87 We’re too new not to care about your domain selling business
88 The best experience you can have buying & selling domain names
89 Like a car dealership for domains, without the pushy salesman
90 Domain landing pages, built with the buyers in mind
91 Everything you need to analyze your domain portfolio
92 Shed the deadweight from your domain name portfolio
93 The local market for the world of domain names
94 Domain names sales for people who don’t have to time to sell domain names
95 When’s the last time you had a good experience buying & selling domain names?
96 How to sell your domains without the agita
97 Built because the other guys just don’t care
98 The difference is, we care about our customers
99 The human element to domain sales you’ve been missing
100 Domain landing pages with a human element
101 All the support, all the convenience, all the sales.

Overall: Not bad. I really struggled writing these, but I’m starting to see a few of the themes worked. I was able to play different angles. Trustworthiness. Customer service. Better tech. I think I did alright. My friend was pleased with them  able to generate some good ideas out of it.

Lessons: I was given a rough outline of a page, which helped steer the creative. It was just enough to keep me on track without stifling freedom. And I really like working for someone rather than a nameless corporate entity. It’s motivating.

If you’re reading this and need some help with your ideas, I hope you’ll consider working with me. 🙂

Time: 2 sessions. 1 hour total. The usual.

32/100