DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Apr 21 2015

Escrow.com

Some interesting names on the list today.  I’ve noticed a lot of people are cashing in their LLL.coms due to the great prices they’ve been getting in the aftermarket.   All assets have these cycles.  We certainly are reaching new highs. In the stock market you want to invest in companies that are reaching new highs.  As long as the fundamentals of the companies are driving those new highs.  Domains are a little different but I do think fundamentals are driving the prices.  There are a limited amount of short LLL.coms and as they get used by a company they are removed from the market place.  Adding to the scarcity.  I don’t see how they don’t continue to grow in price as time goes on. To the point they become like NNN.com where they become so expensive that you only see private deals take place.   Here are today’s names.

TheRegulators.com   Warren G and God rest his soul, Nate Dogg would have LOVED this name

DrySkinRelief.com  16 years old.  No bidders.  Solid marketing name for a skin creme

 Saraz.com  People places and things.  16 years old 5L.com

MyPulse.com  Good name getting a lot of bids

FK3.com  Average price is $750 so it has a few hundred to run to reach average

SaltyPig.com  Generic for bacon

ZUXY.com  Not a true CVCV but the Y actually works in this case

DroneAddict.com  Plural available too. Under $100 and I think you could flip this thing on Flippa.  The have a bunch of drone domain addicts over there

 CrowdWise.com  Awesome crowd sourcing name.  Good price under $50 at press time

1348.cc  Under $20 at press time

ChupChup.com  Not huge value but fun to say and multilingual . One bidder

NEW GODADDY COUPON CODE: $1.99 New Registration Godaddy hitched149

Oppositely.com   No reserve, at $11   Actually a dictionary name

DataAnalytics.io  Two things that are super hot.  Dot io and big data

Tags.io   Ditto on the hot io thing here.  Dot io are best used by tech companies and tagging and RFID is will continue to be incorporated into our every day life.  At $100 at press time

Pi.biz  Has met reserve .  Past sales of LL.biz have been much higher and this Pi. The center of all things mathematics

 MissCongeniality.com   Not getting many bids despite being the name of a former movie and a pretty known phrase because of that movie

UAI.com  Still way undervalued in my opinion. No way this stays under $20K in today’s market

ShockJock.com 16 years old and a term that is still used to describe the radio DJs that live off of outlandish stunts and shocking their listeners.  Surprised there aren’t more bidders

TheFinale.com  16 years old.  At $1.   I enjoy the journey but it’s only because I’m preparing for the finale.

ASZ.com  And no way this stays under $10K.  Ends today

WakingUp.com This makes me think of Folgers. That’s all.  Just wanted to let you know that

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PartyZone.com  19 years old.  I like to enter that zone every once in a while

BBMN.com  17 years old.  Big Boy Mountain Necklaces.  They are very cute

 DominoEffect.com  Surprised this has only one bidder.  Now two

ThePoolGuy.com  Great marketing name for a pool company regardless if this is their name or not.  As long as they have a guy and he does pool work

HOAE.com  Home owners association something.  30 bidders

RicherYounger.com  What everyone wants to be. Maybe not everyone but most people.  No bidders

TechBug.com Opening bid is $149 and I think it may be worth it.  Not enough to make the bid though

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

 

 

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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 correct

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