Monday’s Big List of Domains at Auction or Dropping Around The Internet 6-18-12

Jun 18 2012

Finally a strong group of names on the boards today.  Plenty to choose from and a few of them are a good place to spend your Father’s Day money.  You didn’t get cash for Father’s day?

XJD.com Was under $5000 at press time so still under what most are going for lately.

Settling.com What my wife’s parents said she was doing when she married me

TouchSwipe.com I have sold three touch, tap, or swipe domains in the last few years for $1-$2K each. Bargain at this price

GoRacing.com Go plus verbs do OK but if this is worth $700 (current bid) then Strong’s Racing.com is worth $700K plus.

PrecisionHomes.com  I think every town has a builder or contractor with this name

ELCG.com   I like it because of the G for group

SweetCity.com  I’ve taken a few trips there at night right before bed.  The worst time eat dessert but I can’t help it.  Ice Cream and pie are my weakness.  Nice simple, defining, and a 16 year old name

Scandoo.com Used to be a search engine.  Lots of links and history

LouPearlman.com  The name of the sleazy boy band manager of bands like N’Sync and BackStreet Boys that bilked investors out of millions of dollars.  In prison.  Fansite?

Aholes.com  Fansite?

YZU.com  These three letter names seem like poor letters but I think the Asian market will like them.

YZE.com

YZA.com

XWI.com 

ReYi.com  CVCVs are guaranteed $1500 plus

XuHa.com  even this one

Starlings.com  I hate the bird, like the name

3604.com  Somebody dropped.  I’ll guess and say it goes for $800

 Tanya.org  You’re going to have a to beat out all the Tanya’s on this one

Classiclit.com  The world’s worst Lighting shop name.  Great gag site possibility

PainSolution.com  I would love to have the plural but even singular is good because people in pain will click anything hoping to find something that will make it go away

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2 comments

  1. Tony

    Thanks for the list.

    I read this one differently to how you described it, was suprised you didnt notice it.

    Classiclit.com

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