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Blog Domain Names For Sale

[Updated 5/17] Recently I noticed some nice FirstnameBlog.com domains come available. These make a great home for your blog if your name is already registered. Alternately if you have a hard to spell or remember last name, these make a great address for your personal page. If you already run a company and have a presence on the web, then a first name blog domain makes a great place to post your personal thoughts. First name blog domains are very rare and were mostly registered years ago. I comb through thousands of dropping domains to find names of value. The price I’m offering them at is a fraction of what you’d pay a consultant to help you brand your business.

MonicasBlog.com Buy Now $599
DonaldsBlog.com Make Offer
DannysBlog.com Buy Now $699
BridgetsBlog.com Buy Now $499
CharliesBlog.com Buy Now $599

I can also ‘point’ the domain to your current blog before transferring the domain to you (or any other simple tech support).
Transaction can be conducted through Escrow.com
You’ll need a (free) GoDaddy.com account in order to facilitate the domain transfer.
If you’d rather talk on the phone I’m (310) 314-1626

2 Comments

  1. what a nice little racket you’ve got for
    yourself.. John.. good thing johns blog is
    not up for sale.. it would be so expensive.
    ….

    thanks for thinking of me as a money girl

    Monday, March 29, 2010 at 5:46 am | Permalink
  2. John wrote:

    Hi Bridget,
    BridgetsBlog.net or .org are available for registration fee. Help yourself.
    That you might prefer the .com implies you understand the value of a great domain name.
    Certainly if one is simply looking for a place to hang their personal thoughts
    for friends and family, it really doesn’t matter what domain name you have. But if you’re
    in a profession that does business with the public you need a name that is easy to remember
    and that generates confidence. Domains are brands! The domains I have here are great
    for someone who wants a personal feeling to how they do business.
    If you were to hire a marketing consultant to help create your brand, $300 would buy you a
    morning of their time. Really that’s what I’m charging for, my time. It takes a lot of daily name
    crunching to catch a decent domain. I honestly feel these are great prices. Excellent value.
    Another Bridget will be happy to discover the domain is even available for sale.
    If I owned JohnsBlog.com it would never be for sale again.
    Sorry if my little racket offended you and I sincerely wish you all the best with your design business.
    John

    Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 2:00 am | Permalink

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