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Combination of common and popular keywords hoarding (41k searches) and gold (1.24M searches). It is reported that a high percentage of metal collectors fall into the survivalist niche, as do so-called hoarders, obviously. Gold collectors are among the top quartile of wealthy individuals and, therefore, are a marketer’s dream. Metal sales are in an extremely competitive and low-margin sector but, generally, the average transaction is much higher than traditional products sold on line. Those who align with 'hoarding gold' need on-line dealers (possibly with affiliate programs), and they search for storage solutions (off location and in-home vaulting), added security and necessary insurance. Also, further legal advisory is suggested to document the unique requirements of holding a hard asset class.
As above, this domain is directed to the same market. This domain shifts slightly more toward a brand name. The term ‘hoarders’ (61k searches) is searched more by the market segment who are curious about the reality tv aspects of those who hoard. In the case of gold, hoarders are relatively normal citizens i.e. rainy-day preppers, concerned about securing their futures but keeping their wealth close to home. This would be a huge domain for a television show producer… a really cool name.
GoldAccumulator.com (Buy It Now $550)
Accumulator (18,300 searches) is a well-known synonym for collector. However, rather than simply collecting gold, an accumulator has a goal of growing or building wealth. Much more relatable than goldgrower or goldbuilder, the domain ideally fits the niche who are among the wealthiest citizens, but who also may not identify themselves as hoarders.
Store is equivalent in meaning with storage (both 136K searches). When someone searches for store + gold they are looking for solutions to vault their hard assets, domestically or internationally. Store is an action, “Where should I store gold?” The domain is simple, understandable and valuable to marketers and companies who deal with precious metals and storage facilities.
GoldStorage.net (Buy It Now $400)
Equivalent to above, but searched with slightly different intent. Storage is an outcome “I need to get gold storage”. In this case, the keywords are slightly more commonly stated as an intent than 4, above, but both have the huge benefit of being easily understood and not possibly misspelled.
Add gold to the term hock (12K searches) and the combination is truly exciting. A commonly searched term, hock infers ‘trade for value’ or ‘barter’. The action hock is typically carried out at a pawn shop. Estibot appraises the domain goldhawk.com at $10k and is the name of a relatively less known company in Canada named after it’s founder. What gold dealing pawn shop or tv reality show wouldn’t be thrilled to have goldhock?
GoldLesson.com (Buy It Now $750)
Gold + common keyword lesson (22.4K searches) relates to someone who wants to be taught about owning precious metals to diversify their wealth. Simple and understandable, the domain appeals to all marketer-educators in the gold industry.
Silver (249k searches) is hugely popular among the survivalist/long-term investor niche. Currently, the metal is lower in value than it’s historical ratio to gold and is seen as more accessible to the common man because of it’s lower price point. Hoarding infers putting the asset away in one’s home and the necessity to secure and insure the asset. The domain is simple and understandable with the added benefit that it cannot be incorrectly pluralized.
SilverHolder.com (Buy It Now $350)
Holder (33.6k searches) is a common keyword search term and possibly more palatable to some than hoarder. So simple… an easy choice for firms and marketers in the precious metals industry and survivalist niche.
Hide (91.7) is a hugely popular keyword. If someone is searching hide, their motivation is that they don’t want to lose what is theirs. People hide their feelings, yes, but also search for solutions to hide their valued possessions. There cannot be a more intuitive and simple domain in this niche. ‘How do I hide silver at home?”
Powerful combination of the common keyword search terms store (136K searches) and silver (249k searches), this is a excellent domain for precious metals dealers, storage facilities and affiliates who market metals and physical safes. Storesilver could not be easier to understand and when searched online the way one intuitively asks, will not be incorrectly pluralized.
LodeSilver.com (Buy It Now $400)
Lode (18.5k searches) means metal deposit. This domain is suitable as a brand name because few would likely search lode + silver. That said, silver investors understand the difference between the noun lode and noun/verb load, so will intuitively get it. The domain is a bargain brand name ideal for metals firms and affiliates.
SilverTutorial.com (Buy It Now $600)
Next to ‘education’, ‘tutorial’ (136k searches) is the most searched keyword in the educational field. Anyone searching for a silver tutorial expects to learn the ropes about the industry, the economy and solutions to preserve their wealth to meet their financial goals. The domain is simple, intuitive and easy to spell and should appeal to marketers and firms in the metals industry.
A classy sounding and hugely popular keyword, mentor (112k searches) is what the survivalist niche is seeking. Probably more likely a brand name, the domain will be popular among marketers of and firms in the metals and storage solutions industries. Simple and intuitive, the owner of this domain should be confident it will not be spelled incorrectly or pluralized.
SilverHock.com (Buy It Now $1,000)
A really cool brand name with actual keyword application for pawn shops and metals dealers, the domain is a clear improvement on a parked Russian domain, silverhawk, that has no keyword application yet which Estibot appraises at $6,700.