DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Thursday 10/23

Oct 23 2014


Escrow.com

Here are today’s names.

Drones.net  Name of the day.  Hottest niche I can think of right now.   Only goes up in value from here

TechPublishing.com  18 years old.  Tech publishing is a 14 billion dollar industry.   And I just totally made that number up

 TheSoutheast.com  No bidders. Bids start at $70 and I think that would be a good buy.

TheBabiesRoom.com  No bidders.  Opening bid at $49 and again I think it’s a good price for a solid brand.

SolitaireGame.com  Gets traffic and has quite a few bidders

Fab5.com  I liked Webber and the original Fab5.  But this can be a brand about anything

89o.com  The o brings it down a little but $500 wholesale, $750 good auction is the going rate

MedTour.com  Medical tourism is one of the hottest travel niches out there right now.

PiQo.com   Solid CVCV.com and way under auction value at $900

A7Y.com  $250 average.  $125 under at press time

AirlineWifi.com  No bidders.  I would go to a site that tells me who has it and who doesn’t

Ringtone.cc   Not sure if ringtones make money any more.  1 bidder

ee0.com  EE zero  Already at $250. Guessing the double E has a few fans

AYPD.com   8 years old.  One bidder

TVChannelsFree.com  All the bids coming after the traffic looking for the old site

66895.com  Getting some love.  Chinese love the 5

FlirtSpin.com  Getting a few thousand visits a month if you believe Godaddy.  Nice, short, brand

KAQ.com  This thing has been up for sale for what seems forever.  Hopefully someone will buy it and use it and retire the poor horse from the domain sale market.  It really is a nice name

Truthful.com  One of Federers names so you know it’s a good name and is going to do well

Create.info  Didn’t see this one going for so much.  And yet it still hasn’t met reserve

Undergraduate.com   Every college student starts there.  And they spend a boatload of money while they’re there

That.com   If it’s not This.com  it’s ….sorry

Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day. $10 off PURCHASES OF $50 OR MORE ACOSKS65

Talon.net  19 years old.  A guy’s name or a brand.

AutumnLeaf.com  17 years old.  I’m a little biased towards plants and trees but I love this brand

SexNight.com  That would be every other Saturday if memory serves me right

Donates.com  Kind of a weird present tense verb but certainly a memorable, obvious use, brand

ChicagoDaily.com   Sounds like an old, out of business, newspaper

TagSystem.com  I’m not even sure what you’re going to tag but know somebody would want this from all the Google results.  No bidders

Dedao.com  “Big Toe” in Portuguese.  Can’t believe all these bidders are coming for this alone

uVenture.com   Venture Capitalist have plenty of money.  But pretty sure the new buyer will hope to sell to one, not be one

DanceInstructor.com  Marketing name for a heavy set lady that is going to make your little girl a star

Swib.com  Would not be surprised to see this hit $2K.  Good brand.  I’m a bidder

Composted.com  Can’t go more organic and green than composting.  A few bidders get it

Dowo.com   I just put it up for auction if you’re interested.  I think it’s a fantastic CVCV

ThatsDumb.com  Also my name.   Endless content for this website.  No bidders

CAX DOMAIN OF THE DAY: Distressed.info  At auction.  Someone is using Discretion.com to buy it.  Reserve is only $100

 

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1 comment

  1. Mike

    Could be huge domains, they did same thing at godaddy, placing $100 bids on any auction with activity, or whatever their method was. They caused many domains to end between $100 to $105 in the past weeks.

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