Domain King’s quest : 8 types of domains that don’t pass the “pigeonshit” test

The Domain King, Rick Schwartz.

Rick Schwartz wants your domains, and they’d better not be pigeon shit.

The Domain King® is actively seeking domain submissions, up to $5,000 dollars per domain – but they have to pass the test.

While everyone is proud of their domain name portfolios, sending a domain to Rick Schwartz requires higher quality standards.

What are the 8 types of domains that would not pass the “pigeonshit” test?

Here we go!

  1. Secondary TLDs that aren’t .COM. Sure, Rick has some great .ORG domains but he’s looking to buy .COM
  2. Single words that aren’t verbs or nouns. Got a domain like Galvanoscope.com? Shove it where the sun don’t shine.
  3. Three worders, or longer. Rick likes them short, two words max, and they better make sense – just like DomainKing.com.
  4. Typos or alternate spellings. Sure, “pron” is a fun, intentional mis-spelling of “porn” but don’t try his patience with “Collectable.”
  5. Obvious trademark spin-offs or violations. Keep your MicrosoftFiles.com to yourself and brace for a UDRP while at it.
  6. Domains that while good, aren’t worth $5,000 bucks. Time is money, and nobody wants to waste either on poorly rated domains.
  7. Domains you registered today, to resell to the Domain King®. Seriously now!
  8. Stolen or laundered domains. Rick will check out every bit of information about the domains you’ll be pitching. Don’t do it, bro.

Best of luck to your submitted domains! 😀


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