THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Wednesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on June 25th, 2014

Jun 25 2014

Suarez_the_cannibal Escrow.com Yesterday, Sedo released the results of a survey of 1150 people regarding new gTLDs.  The results weren’t all too unexpected except for a few things. It turns out that among the US, China, Germany, and the UK, the US respondents were least aware of the new gTLDS (54% unaware).   The Chinese all seemed to know about their release (4% unaware).    If you go by the results it looks like the Chinese are leading the way for the next generation of domains, not just numerics. My first question would be how many respondents of the 1150 were Chinese.  They really don’t say.  They also don’t say who are the survey takers.  Are they domain investors, people off the street, or the girlfriends of Sedo employees.  We really don’t know.  We do know there were some self declared marketers among the group because they give stats of marketers individually.  Regardless, I would tend to agree that the Chinese are leading the way and I want to be where the Chinese are.   I like a few billion people supporting my actions.  We will be having a BOOK of 10 this week. Special 2 for $20 Each.  Get you name in front of 18,000 potential buyers. ONLY 4 SPOTS LEFT.  Here are today’s names.

SprayTanned.com   Next bid meets reserve.  Since light tanning is essential a cancer bed, spray tanning is surging in popularity.   $1.75 CPC and good search broad search volume on spray tans

VIJ.com  A steal at its present price but pretty sure it will go up from here

FortDalles.com  A former US Army outpost on the Columbia River in Oregon.  A real place, just not sure how you would monetize

RoofWash.com  A real business with real products.  Google it

ShowerCurtainHooks.com  14 year old exact match product domain. No bidders. $12.  John Candy would have bought this

IMWE.com  Under $150 at press time.

FreedomIsNotFree.com  10 years old.  930 back links. And it isn’t

Cleveland.info  The type of name dot info was made for

Puddles.com  Good name for any brand, especially a kids brand. My domain so bid it way up

SeedHouse.com  Fundraising, startup seed money, or vegetable seeds.  My name. Start if off with $50.  It may get you the name.  Just kidding, it won’t but feel free to start it off

Bamboos.com  Bamboo is a huge market in many places in the world.  Probably won’t meet reserve but still a nice name

NEW!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. 99 cent New Registration GOFD722A

 Spencer.net  18 years old.  Worth having as an email alone

CMTN.com  18 years old.  Country Music Tennessee

PawnItOff.com No bids.  Decent marketing name for a pawn shop .  Let me call in a buddy though to see what it’s worth first though

Tiaro.com A small town in Australia.

FFOA.com  Great letters.  Not a lot of bidders.

CustomPens.com  I steal one from the bank once a week

411.net  Three letter dot nets continue to hold 10% of the dot com value

433.net  Similar name.  My name and therefore more valuable IMO (but at $3K cheaper at press time)

440.org   The orgs haven’t moved quite as much but I guess that could also be considered opportunity

CAHomeLoans.com  A few leads pay for this one

911.cc  This will a market maker when the sale goes through

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 comment

  1. Witold

    Domain speculation website fanning the flames for more speculation? What a surprise. Random representative samples? I don’t think we need to bother to ask.

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