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

Mar 01 2015

Escrow.com

 Here are today’s names

SuperGush.com  16 years old.  No bidders.  Not a bad brand for $12.  Passes radio test and is easy to type

NYNY.net  No bids.  It’s a dot net but it can be yours for $27 if nobody else bids.  Lunch or NYNY.net?  I’ll take the name

Obtrusive.com  Showed up with only one bid on my spread sheet but now is over $1500 and worth every bit of it

CTSN.com  N for Needle Nose Pliers.  I guess that’s three words

HCMN.com  More great letters.  Should hit $400 easily

HourTracker.com  I’m not sure what you want to track by the hour but you can use this to do it.  Nobody believes in my idea though. No bidders

5270.net  Has been a little dry on LLLL.nets but when they come out they are pricing well.  This one should cross $1000

PuckCoach.com  Not going to sell it for a lot but would make a nice email.  Buy for $100 and sell for $250 as a cool email for a hockey coach

GSHX.com  X for something Chinese

QYCY.com  It’s pronounced…. KWhy Sigh  .  At least that’s how somebody will try and sell it later. They and try and make everything pronounceable and then will tell you all the great uses for it.   “Could be used to sell donkeys or a site on fixing tranny valves”

Ma88.com  I realize there are 676  LL88.com domains.  But for $12 I’d like to own a few. No bids

Broove.com   Doesn’t mean anything to anyone and that’s a good thing.  No bidders

JDKX.com  J and X.  The magic Chinese duo

XRDZ.com  Most bids on the GD board today

HomeMaids.com  Nice play on words.  I like the plural better than the singular

82062.com Best 5N.com on the board today.  (it’s the only one but don’t tell anyone)

XDYD.com Just under $100 at press time

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2NU.com  Seller says reserve cut in half.  Just don’t know if its enough to get a good deal on this one

ZEEZ.com   Great looking, short brand.

INPM.com  Reserve is less than $500 and IMO very much worth it

Defibrillators.com  May be the best opportunity to make money of all the names.  Defibrillators are very expensive and should be in every public place.  Great name

88VL.com  BIN of $100.  Very tempting

A GODADDY COUPON CODE: 99 Cent Dot Com Registration.  gofdsp401c

Paddleball.com  I think it makes a good brand and wouldn’t even have to sell paddleballs

LHCG.com  17 year old LLLL.com    Not always, but aged LLLL.com tend to be the better of the group

 DDBW.com  Can never go wrong with double Ds. 16 years old

BuyHouseplans.com  No bidders.  Save a ton vs buying HousePlans and will accomplish the same thing

MixPad.com   Hoping this would go unnoticed.  It didn’t. A lot of different uses

6474.com  Really not very many bids but it might be because the bidding is already so high that they didn’t bother

SSHA.com  Great letters.  Ends in A

GeneTracker.com  I feel like someday this will be a thing.  Nobody else agrees.  No bidders

GeneTrackers.com  Since nobody agrees you might as well get the pair

KY9.com   Hopefully this be used for a new flavor of KY Jelly.  I’m hoping its strawberry or something because it tastes terrible on my peanut better and jelly sandwich

RRYY.com  I like it because its pretty and easy to remember

JO2.com  Will never go wrong buying a LLN.com IMO

WatchMyCredit.com  Tells you exactly what the site is going to do

For more great names make sure to check out CAX.com

 

Have a name at auction and need more exposure?  The list above is hand curated from every name that is up for auction at Godaddy, Flippa, Namejet, Sedo, and 4.cn.  We can add your name to this list for $10 per name, per day. We take no more than 3 names per day and if I think you name won’t sell, I won’t let you waste your money or our readers time.  Email us if you need some extra exposure

*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 correct

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