10 Long-Tail Domains that you would not believe they were registered once!

Some people swear by short domains – the shorter the better. Others go after long-winded, descriptive domains, several words in length.

There is an ongoing claim that such long-tail domains perform well in search engines.

If anything else, if the keywords are unique they stand a chance of showing up on the first page of Google, but the prominence is usually short term.

Regardless, these long-tail beauties are usually hand-registered for a purpose and their existence appears to be brief for a reason; they are usually related to an event and they’re dropped once the financial “hole in the pocket” becomes too large.

We looked up these 10 long-tail domains that were registered once and at some point they expired. It’d be interesting to know what their owners were thinking at that time; were they even sober?

Click on each domain to view their past history via DomainTools.com!

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12 Responses to “10 Long-Tail Domains that you would not believe they were registered once!”
  1. Tia Wood says:

    “World Of Testosterone” LMAO. Nice!

  2. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    WhyILovePasta.com is my favorite.

  3. Troy says:


    Is this even possible?=)

    I sorta liked “YourMomIsSoFat.com”.

  4. Victor says:

    A couple are not bad!

  5. SDM says:

    RE: “There is an ongoing claim that such long-tail domains perform well in search engines.”

    When the search query EXACTLY MATCHES the domain name (especially a dot com consisting of three or more keywords), what could possibly be a better threshold indicator of relevance? What will it take to convince others that this is more than just a claim?

    Below, keywords that are NOT so unique, but have maintained excellent SERP. Some of them for well over a year!

    engraved pet tags

    high quality wigs

    unstructured information

    small business copiers

    creme de cocoa

    brain computer interface

    lemon sour

    hertz donut (in the first week published, it moved ahead of 15,000 other websites that contained the exact same phrase)

  6. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    SDM – for such exotic terms you might as well register:

    Stealth eye liner
    Remarkable baby pants
    Techno music DJ
    Fried banana recipes

    Good luck all the way to the top!

  7. try this one on for size:

    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Created on: 21-May-08
    Expires on: 21-May-10

    or in this case, “Its a long-tail way to the top if you want to SEO” 🙂

  8. SDM says:


    I always thought it was a good thing when the total annual reg fees are paid with only two months of text ad income. I’ve heard that with the addition of affiliate programs, I might even bring in a little bit more.

    “Brain Computer Interface”, “Small Business Copiers” and “Engraved Pet Tags” are hardly exotic terms.

    “Unstructured Information” represents one of the fastest growing segments of the entire IT sector: http://tinyurl.com/27nmn7c

    “Creme De Cocoa” and “Lemon Sour” are refreshing beverage products sold throughout the world for mixed drinks (perhaps “exotic” if consumed in a remote tropical location).

    “Hertz Donut” was mentioned simply for purposes of illustration. Something made this newly created, one page website jump ahead of 15,000 other published sites in less than a week. I suspect it was the domain name.

    As for “High Quality Wigs” – at just $.05 per click, I got no excuses. I expect to be taken out to the wood shed and severely throttled for that one!

  9. THINK McFLY says:

    Keywords……………………….CPC……….Exact Local Search/Month

    fried banana recipes………$0.05……..Not enough data

    techno music dj………………$0.05……..Not enough data

    remarkable baby pants…..$0.05……..Not enough data

    stealth eye liner………………$0.05……..Not enough data

    Let me guess how you’ll cover your overhead with these prize winners…


  10. RAYY.co says:

    I collect long tail name as well…


  11. Anunt says:

    Why is domainer Adam Dick using a long ass domain name theartofthename.com …
    Hey Dicker…atleast lose the “the”…am sure u learned this from Facebook

  12. Mike at Domainaddress.info says:


    Check out these long-tailers:


    found in 1/19/2013 drop list: http://www.domainaddress.info/p/drop-lists.html

    Man did he have a VISION!!

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