How’d They Do : Daily Domain Sales Results Monday 2-25 (Wages.com $41,000)

Feb 25 2013

Some pretty strong numbers today at Namejet.   The LLLL.coms went super high and they sold Wages.com for $41K.  Good day for the sellers.  Here are today’s names

 

Godaddy

(first price is price with one day left, second in bold is final price)

 

devolio.com $205…….$227
readto.me $48…..$65
yourdiapers.com $15…..$35
rebateform.com $55…..$370
lockertalk.com $66……$120
baricelli.com $205….$341
horseshoebendchamber.com $120…..$215
futuremediaglobal.com $205…$556
seoslot.com $105…..$105
couponquestions.com $35….$245
haute.net $111……$305
lostcarkey.com $15…..$117
socialquote.com $38…..$65
economicgangsters.com $306….$605
rapidserbia.com $353…..$1999
bcej.com $15….?
yeio.com $111…..$330
templatecake.com $50……$50
clicksolution.com $25….$55
dailysocial.com $66…..$2338
healthtopics.com $80…..$5500

 

 NameJet

mypo.com    $2,700
gref.com   $1,501
tooi.com   $1,501
rohp.com   $132
mupy.com   $1,667
masnet.org   $660
babypigs.com   $110
wages.com   $41,000
t-v.net   $270
ersb.com   $313  Reserve Not Met
designerpens.com   $315 Reserve Not Met
nester.com   $6500  Reserve Not Met
dyeing.com    $1200  Reserve Not Met
l-a.com   $5,000
raccoons.com  $3900   Reserve Not Met
uuut.com   $221
joof.com   $1,988
zarg.com  $635
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3 comments

  1. Adi Weitzman

    I disagree respectfully of course Josh. I think DailySocial.com is the best name here. I’m curious as to why you think YEIO.com and LockerTalk.com are the best names on the list. What value do you see in these names?

  2. Bud Foxx

    Adi:

    It is more about perspective for me. And of course price/potential. With Yeio.com it sounds like a ‘cool’ startup with io having become very popular. WIth LockerTalk it could be played as both sports or school related but either way has ‘value’ at that price.

    With DailySocial… (Maybe?) a blog but at $2.2k I can’t see it being a startup name (better, more natural ways of saying the phrase)… and it seems forced.

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