THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the Fourth of July

Jul 04 2014


Escrow.com

I’m not a big roller in the domain space.  I am the Mark Grace of Domaining.  Hitting doubles and singles all the time and making a little at a time.  But unlike Mark I wasn’t banging every blonde in town in the 90s and not on a path to chronic alcoholism.  But I’m still hitting those doubles. Yesterday I hit a triple.  I sold three names.  Puddles.com on Flippa and then two names from email offers out of the blue.  One CVCV.com for 5 figures and the other a numeric for $5K.  And to top it off I made over $1K in affiliate money between all my sites this week. My best day yet in domaining.  Tomorrow is the 4th of July which means lots of races and yardwork for the family, but I’m still going to try and do it again today 🙂  Here are today’s names and for everyone in the US have a safe and fun holiday.

Gambling.so  Comes with 49 other gambling names.  With the high CPC of gambling affiliates all you have to do is build one of these out to get your money back.

Application.info  Info and App names are really hitting some good prices. You get both with this one

HollywoodPictures.com   Two words that go perfectly together.   Only 7 bidders and 18 years old so it could be a good buy

Gains.com  Huge financial name. It’s what every investor is looking for.

IMGF.com  16 years old.  F for Federation.  Not very many bidders at press time

BeatThat.com  I don’t even know what I have to beat and I want to try. I guess that’s why my friends call me Whiskers.

MaidToOrder.com  You know it because of the movie of the same name but an upgrade domain for a lot of cleaning companies

Colora.com  I liked it because it was a play on color, but also a city , a name, and a few companies.  I was hoping no bidders but there’s a few

KitchenDoor.com  Ending today.  Still one of my favorite brands on the board these last couple weeks

Siyan.com  Chinese name.  That’s all you need

3998.cc  These do well on 4.cn 

CheapCarLoan.com  Already doing very well.  The people in the loan niche will eat this one up

NEW Wednesday!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. $1 Transfer gofdca01

AcneMedications.com   If you’ve ever had acne you know you’d do anything to try and get rid of it.  Lots of ads for this one

USME.com  Come for the US stay for the ME

K100.com  I have had some success with these types of names.  I usually sell them for a few hundred but picking them up under $100.  They usually get some traffic and easily pay for their renewal. GD says this one get 276 a month

Bankruptcy.net  It’s at $5K but really not too far off value IMO

AssistedLivingSource.com   I think I’m missing something here

 GolfBalls.org  Pro V.  Those are the ones you want.  $1 a ball used.  Golf is down but still a billion dollar business

IRSTaxAttorneys.com   Some of you are going to need this if you don’t figure keep better domain sales records.  Unless you don’t have any.  Big CPC on this one

MotorLodge.com  A ton of places called the Motor Lodge.  Upgrade domain

DailyPlanners.com  Organization is key to everything.  8000 monthly searches

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details. *All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct.

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  1. Shane

    Congratulations on your “best day yet in domaining.” Hopefully, you’ll have a few more. 🙂

    “Hitting doubles and singles,” as you put it, may not make the headlines in the domain-sales world, but your bank account always appreciates it, especially when you make a few in quick succession.

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