How to Persuade Buyers That Domain Pointing Is Valuable

Two weeks ago, I wrote about  10 Great Keyword Domains in Action. One example cited was a domain that is pointing back to Apple.com.  I always find it encouraging when large corporations leverage keyword domains to send additional traffic back to their main sites.  I like to somehow work this in when educating potential buyers as to the value of owning a keyword domain in their industry.  In that post from two weeks ago, I mentioned that I’d like a complete list of names that point to Apple.com.  Well, Richard,  a valued reader at Sully’s Blog, came through and provided me with the list.  So I’m sharing it with you.  Hope you find this of value and perhaps you can use this to convince end users of the value of your domains.

apple-darwin.com
imoviestage.com
publishing-survey.org
rip-mix-burn.com
macreach.com
publishingsurvey.com
carbon.com
buyaple.net
developercentral.com
applefilmmaker.com
dvdstudiopro.net
thinkdifferent.com
appledarwin.org
imovietheater.com
imac-applecomputer.com
desktopmovie.com
appleenews.com
applexpo.com
publishingresearch.org
imacshop.net
applefinalcutproworld.com
next.com
dvdstudiopro.com
publishing-research.org
buyaple.com
ikids.com
mach-os.com
macintosh.cl
publishing-research.com
applecarbon.com
applecare.cc
buyaapl.com
dvdstudiopro.info
mach-os.net
apple.info
darwincode.com
applestore.net
streamquicktime.com
apple.com
universityarts.com
applefinalcutproworld.org
appledarwin.com
applexpo.net
apple-darwin.net
qttv.net
xserve.net
ripmixburn.com
publishingsurvey.org
buydifferent.net
applefilmaker.com
insidemacintosh.com
buyaapl.net
expertapple.com
shop-different.com
applefinalcutproworld.net
streamquicktime.net
nwk-apple.apple.com
imacsources.com
buydifferent.org
dvdstudiopro.org
imoviefest.com
geoport.com
playquicktime.com
firewire.cl
quicktime.cc
apple-inc.net
buy-different.net
qt-tv.net
theapplestore.us
darwinsource.org
velocityengine.com
publishing-survey.com
desktopmovie.org
mammals.org
theatermode.com
macmate.com
buy-different.com
powerbook.cc
newton.com
digitalhub.com
carbondating.com
quicktimestreaming.com
quicktimestreaming.net
dvdstudiopro.us
applecomputerimac.com
theatremode.com
shop-different.net
shopdifferent.org
appledarwin.net
applereach.com
appleiservices.com
dvdstudiopro.biz
qtml.com
carbonapi.com
darwinsource.com
shopdifferent.net
applereach.net
apple-enews.com
imac-apple.com
eworld.com
edu-research.org
velocity-engine.com
machos.net
applecomputer-imac.com
applestore.us
carbontest.com
macreach.net
imoviegallery.com
yourapple.com
darwinsourcecode.com
shop-different.org
ischool.com
myapple.net
desktopmovies.org
desktopmovie.net
buy-different.org
desktopmovies.net
apple-darwin.org
xserve.com
playquicktime.net
braeburncapital.com
publishingresearch.com
macintoshsoftware.com
ibookpartner.com

13 Comments How to Persuade Buyers That Domain Pointing Is Valuable

  1. Terrell

    I’d bet that many of the names worth less than reg fee including some of the non-.coms and hyphenated domains were probably picked up by the legal department instead of the marketing department. It’s hard to imagine them getting any kind of type-in traffic.

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    1. Mike

      Carbon is an API but maybe they also want to capture the frooty folks who actually believe in the hoax that is global warming – since Apple is mostly made up of those who’d believe in such nonsense….

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  2. Tim Davids

    Carbon is a 32-bit procedural API for developing Mac OS X applications. Carbon provides backward compatibility for existing Mac OS X software, while serving as a stepping stone for developers porting procedural applications from other platforms. Carbon enables C/C++ developers to take advantage of Mac OS X features, including the Quartz 2D graphics library, an efficient event-handling mechanism, and multiprocessing support. In addition, other industry-standard C/C++ APIs are available to Carbon developers, providing access to such services as the OpenGL drawing system, the Mach microkernel, and BSD operating-system services.

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  3. Uzoma

    Great work Mike & Richard. I hadn’t realized that many names pointed to Apple.

    I noticed that 1800Directv.com is pointing to Directv.com, and not Direc.tv That is why I’m investing heavily in 1800domain names now. I believe voice command surfing will soon be upon us.

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