DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Friday, September 18th, 2015

Sep 19 2015

Good luck to my partner here at DSAD Aaron W.  He is going to be doing a 100 mile race. Not a relay but a mountain run with an elevation gain of 22,000 feet.  The goal of these things is to just finish and he finished his last one in 35ish hours.  Makes my marathon look like a baby run.  We may not be the best domain investors or the best domain investing blog but we certainly are the fittest domain blog.  I just signed up to climb Mt. Rainier this coming year. It’s a medium difficulty and comes with a few days of training.  Hoping to get a fellow domainer that you know to join me since he lives fairly close but he’s a little scared :).  But again, good luck to Aaron, don’t die.     Here are today’s names.   19 years old.   Everyone loves something that ends in a BJ   Millions of people are. 14 years old   Curing or at least pretending acne has been pretty lucrative for ProActive  I give this one a 5  Will hit four figures….I think  No bidders. 11 years old.  Not sure of the resale value but pretty sure its more than $12 Sounds like a new BMW name.   Getting some action like all CCC.coms do   Another 4 figure name  Another great use of .me for an app or tool name.  They aren’t getting great prices IMO so there may be some value or a dead cat  Wait.. I thought 5N.coms with fours weren’t good.  Then why is this price so high?  I officially don’t have a clue  Yup, 7 number dot coms are even getting good action

Find more Godaddy Auction names HERE. I don’t list them ALL   Double Zs are a tough acronym yet look at the price   Great use of .me    And people love to subscribe to things.  Great app name  20 years old, great letters, …gets me kind of excited.  Not like want to date it excited but like want to be in the same room so everyone else sees me with it excited  All comes down to the reserve  Four figure name with a 3 figure bid  Nice for $1.  That’s the present bid  Seller says it generates good parking revenue.  I’ve figured out there are no rules in LLLL.coms so any of them could hit four figures.  No bids yet on this one   I don’t think any of us completely realizes how big virtual reality games and applications are going to be.   I think it’s every bit big as drones IMO.  This one just went up at $1   Almost a little too generic in my mind but can’t get a better description video streaming name.  18 years old  Some people don’t get these types of names but has 10 bidders and it will probably do better than you think it will.  And its 16 years old   I think this will be a good comp for a the market.   Good average to below average which is still in the top 1% of names to own  Adding a few LLL.nets is a good idea IMO Just begging for a buildout.  And to think you can play games all day long and consider it work.  No bids No bidders for some reason.  The best email in the list today You better talk about horses or you’re going to lose it.  No bidders.  And the Phillies suck anyway so you wouldn’t get many visitors  Going to sell as a collectible.  Over under $878  I thought I would be the only bidders.  Nope 10 others at press time  Anything backup related is going to do well.   Brushing your teeth and flossing before bed and after breakfast has always done the trick for me.  But then again you’d have to ask the people I work with  Less than 25 bidders at press time   Debt solutions and help is big business.  And the goal of billions of people around the world


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