DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Auction Picks: Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Nov 07 2015

Escrow.com

So the 4L.nets are sold out, the 6 number dot coms are, the 4L.coms and 5N.coms have been sold out a while.  I know that NNN.xyz has been sold out for a long time and are now going for $1K each on the best numbers.   What outlying numbers or letters are next?   I will keep saying .cc has a big upside in my opinion.  And I am going to say it but not put my money where my mouth is ……dot biz.  I am seeing the LLL.biz getting $25 each and moving up a little each day.  I have seen no 4 number numeric action at all but the short letters and numbers are absolutely selling.  Just keep an eye on it.  Here are today’s names. Click for current prices.
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TWY.com Has a big boy bid
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FGSF.net  Lots of talk about the LLLL.net sellout.  Time to play I guess
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GrowFatBuds.com  No bidders.  You certainly remember this one.  12 years old
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NTNN.com   Hot type.  I think it hits $3K easily but not close yet
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CouponSky.com  Gets 200 visits a month already
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BWZ.biz   The daily “biz is getting action?” name
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59401.com   Pretty much just have to be a buyer of 5N.coms right now.  (don’t take my word, do some homework)
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15513.com  This one doesn’t need homework. Just kidding, but I am trying to buy it
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DailyGourmet.com  Awesome name.  Just wish people knew how to spell gourmet
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GGOY.com  Great Game of the Year
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EHXX.com Love the XX, love the E.  Just don’t like them together
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996575.com  Nice 6N.com  I’m on team up on these
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931191.com  One bidder at $12 at press time. Of course I’m writing this a few days early
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EYYL.com   May be a chance to get some non premium LLLL.com at a discount
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Lot of 6 LLL.co    Short everything couldn’t be hotter. Nice six for one deal if you want to invest in LLL.co
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8686688.com  Seven numbers but a lot of 8s
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MOZR.com  Actually pronounceable.  To me it gives it a little more value because it could be a Western Brand
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FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM

CFV.com  Absolutely going to meet reserve. Could double it.

BoxScores.com  Where this one absolutely won’t.  I know its a great name but that’s a tough reserve.
TrackingNumbers.com  A great name for anything data.  Not a bad name for a site about numeric domain stats

Pajo.com  A nice CVCV that will be five figures soon if its not already

SecurityCouncil.com  Solid name for Cyber Security. Only 7 bidders

SensibleInvestor.com  Look up sensible investing and you’ll see there are all kinds of programs and advice on it.  IE there is a ton of money to be made in stock advice. Perfect buildout name.  No bidders

SimpleIncome.com  Another name in the same realm.  People are always looking for ways to make easy money.  This is a great name to try and sell it to them.  Because nobody want to actually work hard and long anymore

StyleMart.com  Sounds like a plane where I can get some expensive shampoo or a bad haircut for $10

CrazyClothes.com  Teens would probably shop here. But they better be really crazy.  Not fake crazy or hipster crazy.  That’s what my daughter would say.  Just a few bidders

Bellas.com  There are thousands of stores and restaurants named Bellas. Lots of potential endusers

Illustrated.com Over 200 bidders. Most on the board today

PGRR.com  I’ve been looking for a comp with two Rs at the end.  Now I have one

PRTW.com Another Chip.
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7 comments

  1. Steve Brady

    Hey Shane, Somebody told me a domain sold for $90 MILLION
    I said, “Who Shane?” They said, “No a domain” I said, “Who Shane?” They said, “No a domain.” I said, “I thought you said Shane.”

    I got Camellia Japonicas flowers in full bloom all over my backyard here in Southport NorthCarolina

    copperheads too

  2. ben pedri

    shane ,this is unreal ,I have been keeping a pulse on the nnnnnn with the number 4s in it ,I was running thousands of combos using a random generator. a week ago 5% were available ,seems like a couple chinamen bought the balance. same with the .net ,This reminds me when I was on the floor in commodities ”Stop me out on the last 50” ps .nets were also easy a week ago Ben

    1. Jen

      Well, I regged three yesterday, and I’m not among the “Chinamen” (Seriously?).

      I believe the proper term is “The Chinese.”

  3. Steve

    Was it rude to cancel the negotiations on 177785.com for a $125 offer. It came from a broker at ename?? Seemed low based on recent repeat # sales??

  4. @domains

    Also 4N.co and 3L.co sold out this year and are showing up less in drops, going for low $xxx or better for good patterns. Also try regging a 5N.co with a strong pattern, they’re going. The supply of 4n to 6n Chinese preferred numerics for popular extensions is actually quite low when you take out 0’s and 4’s, and also for 4L when you take out vowels and v. Drops are drying out and people are becoming savvy to what’s in demand, bidding more, and asking higher prices.

  5. Chris @ Swing Names

    That would imply the mainstream (or at least enough of the early adopters) have arrived. It was bound to happen, of course – making things awesome and easier to follow, combined with the notion of easy money, brings forth lots of speculators…?

    What’s next? I’ve hand-regged some 7N’s and 8N’s. Some 2L nTLD’s. Might go back for some more if they make sense. Short phrases are always fun for $8.53.

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