Quite a few names on Namejet today. It was a little slower with a number of people skipping the last week for Chinese New Year but its now coming back. Too many to list which is a nice change.
On a non domain investing but kind of a domain investing note. I had to use my domain name buying negotiating skills during a negotiation last week. Someone bought a vacant garden center and was looking to sell the contents. They wanted the land and the storage sheds but had no use for the contents or the greenhouses. He bought the property for next to nothing. I had that info. Scrap metal is at an all time low. I had that info. And the other closest greenhouse company had no more space to add houses. I gathered that info by driving to their property and scoping out their property. I also don’t NEED the stuff. But to buy it would have costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. Even if I don’t use it now in time it will be very valuable.
So taking all that info I offered an amount that I though was fair considering what I knew. We went through all the exact same thing I go through in domain name negotiation. My offer. Response too low. Counter. I can throw in a few thousand dollars more if you throw in this but that is my final offer. Response. Still too low and I have another party interested in the stuff. My counter. Sure, let me know after they see it. No calls for a week but then “Can you do this price?” which a few thousand more. I split it. Done. I realize this is how all negotiation is done but I do it so often now I can almost predict every counter. Always waiting for the “I have another person interested” email or call. The key is you have to be able to walk away and in this case it was easy. Because I was giddy with excitement of the opportunity to get all this stuff, I never owned any of it so I wasn’t losing anything.
Here are todays names. Click to see current prices.
RootCellar.com 18 years old. I thought about keeping this one off and I hardly ever do that. Great brand for anything storage related. I’ve probably killed my chance of buying this one
ArtForce.com 18 years old. I like the above much better but this one is 20 times higher
WB38.com Don’t see many 17 year old LLNN.coms
SweetsandTreats.com Also 17 years old. I love both and is a great marketing name for someone that sells them
BibleVerses.com Judging by the price and all the bids there is a lot of money in bible verses
Refueling.com Not gas for the car but for life.
SNN.net Very fantastic LLL.net. 5% of LLL.com is $5K imo
N5.net Rarer than a LL.net
TestAnswers.com And you know every kid is going to come to this site
KBCM.com Remember last week when these were under $2,000?
HappyNow.com People love names that resonate positivity. This fits the bill
SiteWorth.com Can’t think of a better website evaluator name
Zapad.com Nice to see the great prices pronounceable 5Ls are getting
9B0.com I don’t like it all because I don’t like the zero and oh confusion. But they sell every day with no problems so they are still worth owning
15619.com Take out the 4s and zeros and its at a whole other price level
838777.com Great looking 6N.com Top 5% of the category. Going to fly past $2K IMO
677188.com Not quite as good but the double 88 is always nice
RCLC.net Not a ton of LLLL.net today. At least not many that I feel like listing
108688.com Damn zero. Ruins everything
ZYS.co CHiP LLL.co are killing it
And a few suspicious names. Prices that don’t make sense. Maybe I’m dumb. Don’t answer that
55HK.com now THIS price makes sense. You know with the whole 55 and Hong Kong thing going on
132569.com At $17 at press time
PKPK.co If the LLL.co are moving, this would be the natural next names to increase. Just talking logic, it means nothing. Don’t take my advice or you may lose everything. And then you will be forced to actually check for the cheapest gas in town
BattleYard.com Sounds like an app that a celebrity would endorse that is free but you pay $32 in game to have 6 extra chances to finish a level
NNXR.com No reserve at 309 British Pounds which I think is like $34,000 but I really am not good with pound conversion
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UtilityVans.com Those sprinter vans have taken over the market. I see them everywhere. 7 bidders
MoveLeft.com Perfect Democratic party name. Sell it to Bernie Sanders. 2 bidders
128699.com Nice CHiP 6N.com My guess is over under of $200
TheHealingClinic.com I’ve said it a hundred times. People in pain will pay anything to get rid of it. This one sounds official
BrakeInspection.com As seen on DomainSherpa. I thought it worked well for someone in the business to use as a marketing name
WalesRugby.com 65 million results for this one. Only 6 bidders at press time. 17 years old
MMOO.com AABB pattern aka the Primo pattern or however you say that in Chinese.
MNEN.com Good acronym letters despite being CHiPless
MonetaryValue.com No bidders. I see price guide when I see this one
92696.com Just take a quick look at Firsts new name
OutdoorPoolTable.com Didn’t even know it existed. Sounds awesome
Downloads.net I don’t think its quite as valuable of a keyword as it was but still pretty damn valuable
1851.net People forget about NNNN.nets Understandable given how many choices of tlds and patterns to invest in right now
22285.net Strong 5N.net as well
USToyStore.com 100 million results for this one. Upgrade name for a few companies. No bidders
InfrastructureBonds.com Most investors don’t know what these are. They are usually some of the better interest paying bonds that cities issue. Usually higher paying because they don’t always pay back very timely. NO bidders
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