DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Auction Picks: Sunday, November 1st, 2015

Nov 01 2015

Escrow.com

2 billion people, 335 million.  That is the ratio of native speakers.  Two billion Chinese and 335 million English.  Of course there are hundreds million more that speak English as a second language.  For that reason alone its understandable why Chinese control the current domain market.  Plain and simple there are 7 times more of them.  That will lead to the control of a lot more than domains eventually.  It is also not coincidence that most of the most successful new TLDs are the ones that went after the Chinese market.    I’d love to hear how this trend will reverse now that the masses have entered.  Oh, they will leave.  Tens of millions of new Chinese are born each year and they will want to be global even more than their parents.   We all can put our money to work on our thoughts or we can  buy nothing and complain that it is going to end soon.  That’s the great thing about free will.  Nobody is forcing or coercing anyone to buy domains.  You should only buy them if YOU think its a good investment.  Don’t buy them just because we are buying them.  Do your homework and make your investment decisions on that homework.  Here are today’s names.   Click for current prices.

Black.cc  At $20 I feel comfortable with the risk reward

682988.com  Double 88 is a good place to be in a 6N.com

286988.com  Same 988 but 1/3 the price of the above

ZPRD.com  Most of the action happens at the end of these auctions.  Rise pretty quickly in the last day

GDYB.com  And then there is this one that is over $2K

9389888.com  Proves yet again, if you have 888 at the end, the length is not that important.  It has some value right now

QRWF.com It’s CHIP but under $1000 at press time

747.me  Even dot me is starting to participate

9559.co  And the better number dot cos as well

Blabr.com Not a bad brand for $35

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MLMM.com  Reserve met.  These are the hottest types of name in the CHIPs right now.

Bart.com  I think of Simpson but obviously other uses

ElbowRoom.com  Nobody seems to like this name besides me. At $24

Lilies.com  Also met reserve.  Love seeing plant names get good prices

Talkings.com  Not sure I like the plural but still memorable.

MMSZ.com  The double M adds a little value. Reserve met

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WPFF.com First Federal or Feng Feng

NaturalSight.com  No bidders.  I was thinking of it as a marketing name for some Eyesight place.  But Google is more about beautiful nature sites

BAZA.com  Good to see a good old CVCV with vowels getting a ton of bids and a great price

GenericsPharm.com  Generic drug market is billions of billions of sales.  All for $69.  One bidder

AMA.net  Ask Me Anything from Reddit

44203.com  Has two of the dreaded fours but numeric buyers will take what they can get

ShortHolidays.com  Holidays are vacations in the non US world.  Think “Short Vacations” and you’ll see why there are all the bidders

DomainChoices.com  No bidders.  And yes, you have them

Carrey.com  Jim is probably the most famous of those with the last name.

SocialWorkers.net  There’s a lot of money in free.  The keywords are big enough to use a dot net IMO

LateNightShow.com  There’s more than one late night show.  A few bidders

Sekat.com  One bidder.  People, places, and things in a few languages. One million Google results

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. (if you have trouble with the contact form its shane@ this domain name) I Charge $10 per name per day. 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 . (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 corrects

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