DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Saturday, May 30th, 2015

May 30 2015

If you want to get in the market. TODAY is your day.  There are hundreds of LLLL.coms dropping today.  If you have a few hours available to go through the list there are certainly going to be some deals because there are so many. And I mean a lot.  Go ahead and take the day off. Here are today’s names   I realize AOK is the best version but this one is pretty darn good for the money.  And you will save 80K  16 years old. No vowels, decent letters.  What Rock To Buy   Kangaroos Poaching Training Kamp.   I know Kamp starts with C but I couldn’t think of anything  I know it because of the Daylily but I think it makes a great brand for $60  Solid Porn name for $12. No bidders.  Although in my opinion,  all good porn names can be typed with one hand  Something Something Nevada.  Finally the something something is actually correct.  I knew if I typed it enough eventually it would work.  Dot net also up for auction  I’m not sure what I’m going to add but have to admit I’m pretty excited to add it   Go is not Chinese.  Sorry…worthless  (for all of you that don’t get humor, that was an attempt)  The X leads this one to the top price at press time   You could put 888 in front of pretty much any three numbers and it will be worth good value  I would rather have this one If old bad letters are good then this one is gold.  And actually not getting many bids  I just giggle every time I run the list and see all these Qs and Ks leading the chart.  And yet I guarantee that all the people that told me that just because I thought they were bad didn’t mean they were, didn’t buy them up and make tens of thousands of dollars.  Because most people don’t put their money where their mouth is


I started putting the list together but I don’t have the time to go through every ….single ……one.   Here’s where I got before I quit


VERIFIED GODADDY COUPON CODE: $1.99 New Registration Godaddy art199   A lot of ways to look at this one.  A great or  “A Fax” Not a lot of people use a fax machine but they pay monthly for FAX to email.

SEDO’s Live Auctions Going on Now 19 years old. Plans for homes that won’t fall down. The best kind   Good brand.  Easy to spell.  One word .coms lead the markets and this one is in that group  Will somebody please please shoot this name and take it out of its misery. I am so tired of seeing it up for sale   Comes with a website and a portfolio of brand able domains.   Nice CVCV. At $300

And Sedo.  If you are reading this.  You are starting to gain some traction back. Do NOT do these types of auctions. Wasting your time and our time.  Don’t see a lot of 20 year old LLLL.coms up for sale  One of the best dot nets this year   All consonants and that’s a good thing lately     I’m looking in my couch cushions today to see if I can find some change to buy this one    Subdomains.   endless possibilities.  Not very many bidders for such a big product.  I know, I know, its a dot net that’s why  I imagine the market for this is bigger in some countries than others.    Certainly memorable

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*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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  1. Jen

    I entered this market three years ago when one could pick these off for BIN or just plain dirt cheap.

    I have about 20, many of them without vowels (“w” and “k” domains — potential radio call letters). My fave consonant one is (removed because we don’t allow promotion of personal domains in comments) — think I’ll hold it for a bit. I have already had some interest in this one…

    I doubt very much if the coveted consonants (minus V) will go for cheap. I suspect that all-consonant ones with any “V’s” will go for mid-$$ to low $$$. I would love to be wrong and see these go higher.

    The pronounceable ones (with vowels) will always have value.

    So we’ll see.

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