DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Monday, August 31st 2015

Aug 31 2015

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I hope you guys have been enjoying Aaron J’s daily recap of this list. If you haven’t its worth a daily read.  It’s one thing to just pick a few names but it’s nice to see how the picks actually came out and Aaron does a great job of having some fun with it.  Much better than a one minute headline and then a bunch of links.  If you haven’t checked it out, please do, I think you’ll enjoy it.   Here is today’s list.

RightRates.com  17 years old.  Under $50 and I would imagine a good lead name for mortgage or loans.  Especially for the price. Has 290 backlinks and a little traffic

 SlapDown.com  Not huge value but probably more than the $20 bid. 16 year old

DiscMan.com  Will forever be associated with Sony Discman.  Not sure what all the bidders want to do with it

SunPatch.com   16 years old.  No bidders.  Nice brand for the price.

LimeWire.org  Several bidders.  Actually quite a few lime wire users still out there. Works fine as long as you didn’t try and upgrade.  Haven’t used it in years but almost everyone did “back in the day”

XGRA.com   I love the look of the name.  14 years old and 4,000 backlinks. Under $150 at press time

GrowStuff.com  Right up my alley.  But I think its up quite a few people’s alley.  One bid at $20 at press time

TurnOffPain.com   I’ve said this a million times.  Pain is something people will pay anything to get rid of.  Great marketing name to help.  12 years old. No bidders

Ellen.cc  No bidders. It’s a dot cc but quite a few people named Ellen and would make a nice email

BestShapeofYourLife.com  10 bidders because everyone wants to talk about being in shape

TimberWave.com  10 years old.  Nice brand name for $12. No bidders

TattooBabes.com  At the rate girls are getting tattoos all girls will be tattoo girls.  One bidder

ZOCM.com  Doing better than I thought it would because of the O.  The vowels aren’t holding the price quite as much as before

TheBlowout.com  No bidders.  $12  Seems like a good gambling pick or sports website

97611.com  The double 1 is bring the action.  Should hit four figures despite the 2013 pick up

Shapia.com Nice sound for a brand.  A few places using the name

988955.com   One bidder at $12.  I don’t know everything about 6N.com but pretty sure its worth more than $20

YTWN.com   Fits the mold of the $600 plus LLLL.com domain.  We’ll see

JoyEngine.com   I saw this and skipped over it a few times but it’s kind of grown on me.  Fun name IMO.  Getting a few bids

941.cc  Haven’t seen a NNN.cc name up for auction.  Curious to see what price it brings

Dubai.info  It’s Dubai. Dot info, dot anything, its a good name

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1.im   The shortest domain on earth

WSNR.com   Worth more than the $20 bid its getting

ZPPZ.com  Easy to remember, short, and pretty to look at.  All the makings of a good domain.  Reserve met

Startups.me  Dot me has fallen off the radar a little bit.  But startups haven’t.  The left or the right is going to win. Reserve met

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GJ.com   Not much to say. An LL.com. At least watch

MSHB.com   20 year old LLLL.com.  Don’t see those very often.  No vowels or V

DailyDollar.com  Saving money.  What billions use the Internet for…saving money

LHTA.com  A for association.  Great acronym

9020.net  LLLL.nets have pretty much stopped coming up for sale lately.  Still very liquid though

NGTD.com  51 bids on this very nice LLLL.com  I am a bidder

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