A - B
Busy Bee.biz original logo by Dinah Sanders.
My Daughter was nice enough to actually design a logo for me, when I was more inspired about developing websites for some of my domains. The idea behind buying a domain, is to have some idea about what to do with it, the name and the website that is.
BusyBee.biz according to our computer friend, gets a very respectable CPC of $1.07 (meaning if people click on ad on your site, each click costs the advertiser around that price) and 6,750 exact searches, meaning that people type in Buzy Bee into a search engine 6,750 in a typical month, and local search is the same. How could you not bid a whole $69.00 to get such a domain. I have kept it all these years for that very reason.
C - D
A CPC of $7.89! Need I say more. Build a little website, talk about web hosting or creative hosting and this is a competitive category cause everyone wants you to host their website with them. Oh and the answer to that question now forming in your mind, sure I build websites, but I need the money right now!
E - M
N - P
S... I like S!
By using Biz, I managed to get away from the whole proper spelling of business issue.
The domains has got some nice natural statistics too, like a Cost Per Click of $6.33!
That means if you build up some sort of website around it, that Google will split the CPC with you for advertising. Its slightly more complex then that, but you get the idea.
More S- (I will be back after a brief break)
T - W
I still think that I am some kind of idiot for putting that domain up for auction, especially with an opening bid of only $69.00. The way I hear it works is if somehow you are the only bidder when the auction closes in one week, you get the domain for only $69.00. I think my stomach is starting to ache.
Barry and Deborah, at their wedding.
Okay so one again, the auction lasts for a week, and normal market conditions will determine how much money (if any) I make, or lose! It just started but it ends very soon!