THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on July 15th

Jul 15 2014


Escrow.com

I’ve been picking up quite a few .cc domains over the past year.  I see all these new gTLDs I can register and then I see the dot cc for $12 and I just feel more comfortable with dot cc.  I like it for two reasons.  One, the Chinese like it.  They are buying up the NNN.cc and LLL.cc right now.  They are slowly expanding into keywords.   Two, it’s easy to type and remember.  And I figure how bad can SantaClaus.cc and Lawyers.cc really be?  It’s a very low risk, possible high return investment.  I have been getting the very best keywords possible and paying for them by not going out to lunch.  I’ll continue to buy them on the drop and build a little portfolio and see what happens.  In a few years, I’ll either look like a genius or let them drop.   I figure I’ll probably be somewhere in between.  Here are today’s names.

OAR.com   Sold once for $69K.  Might be able to get it a lot cheaper than that

Stews.com  Everyone loves stew in the winter.  My family on the other hand celebrates StewsDay where we have a different stew every Tuesday.  18 years old.  The domain, not Stewsday, it’s a fairly new tradition

NetClear.com Great short name for a reputation defender type company.  17 years old.  NO bidders

ReadToMe.com   Good brand for a read from text or audio book company.  16 years old.  3 bidders at press time

 uWag.com  Pet site?  Could always be an acronym

 50200.com  The best of 5N.coms are fetching amazing prices

Guardia.com  Pending Delete.   Popular last name

 SuperPure.com  Sounds like a drug name but maybe I’ve been watching too much Breaking Bad

Yuefa.com  Chinese name.  Just buy it

Gou.org  Also a Chinese name but also a name in other Asian Languages.  Chinese don’t generally do dot org so you may get a good price

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JewishHumor.com   I don’t get most of it.  17 years old

CheckSeat.com   Not huge value but is short and would make a good site for seating charts of stadiums and venues around the world

33Z.com  This is the kind of CCC that can cross $1500

Penu.com  Up for sale back on May 14th of this year but didn’t meet reserve.  Price certainly isn’t there yet

YYOO.com  Doing much better than I thought

HomeTownMarket.com  Upgrade domain for a few companies.  Could be an easy flip at its current price

64B.com  Not quite as good as 33Z but still a great, flippable, domain

NY4.com  A similar type name I’m selling over at Flippa.  $1 opening bid

 TheBullion.com  No bidders.  It’s not worth a fortune but I don’t think you’re going to lose a lot at $12

16880.com  The double 8s will probably drive it over $500.  Just kidding,  it will cross $3K

Bot.co  Not sure why this one is so high

DreamClosets.com  I had no idea how much money was in the closet business until a friend started concentrating on making custom closets.  Now that’s all he does.

RollingMachines.com  Roll em if you got em.  $1 opening bid.  My name

Violins.net  A good violin is thousands of dollars.  This domain is not….but may be when it’s all said and done

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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3 comments

  1. Paul H

    I’ve got just one .cc domain in my portfolio. And that’s Scooters.cc (I only bought it because I thought that as some scooters are sold on the engine ‘cc’ size the extension was somewhat relevant to the word.) Never had any offers on it but maybe in time a Chinese buyer will think the same as me one day and ride off with my Scooters.cc 🙂

  2. Kassey

    The way it goes, it may be high time you started learning Chinese to capture the 1.4b market. Ha Ha!

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