SHANE’S BIG LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on January 10th, 2014

Jan 10 2014

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I was looking through my stats yesterday night and noticed my visitors were half normal and instantly realized I had done it AGAIN.  Forgot to hit post on my daily list. Normally the first thing I do when writing this is to schedule the post but between snow, the family (mostly daughter) functions, and getting ready to be away for four days, my schedule is all over the board. That, and I’m an idiot. I haven’t even found time to run this week.  I hadn’t gone 5 days without running in 8 years.  I have been either getting up at 2 am to plow snow, or sleeping in till 8.  I am a man built on a schedule and mine has been all over the board lately.  I am actually writing this after midnight which is 3 hours later than I go to bed on my normal schedule. Perfect for Vegas coming up.  Looking forward to Richard Lau and Acro/Theo’s conference.  I am actually flying in on Sunday night late if anyone want to get together Sunday night for a little table action. Here are today’s names.

DBIO.com  Great letters and may be able to do something with that BIO part.  18 years old

Waratah.com  Place and plant.  17 years old and probably better known word for the Australian and English

NoMoreGlasses.com  HUGE name for a Lasik eye doctor.  Can’t believe it doesn’t have any bids.  15 years old

DonorList.com  15 years old.  Solid name for fund raising or organ donation

TechLifestyle.com  Not a bad buy for $25.  Most of us live it.  15 years old

IALO.com   Great acronym letters.  14 years old

CatNews.com  A PR3 and already has a $500 bid.  A whole site about cats, that’ll never work

DailyPlunder.com  12 years old. Not a huge value but liked the sound of it and there were no bidders

MarijuanaZone.com  The zone is getting larger and larger

DogPocket.com  If cats can have a news site then dogs can have a pocket

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MedicalSurgeon.net  I messed up my numbers.  Evidently it costs $60K plus a year for schooling to be a surgeon.  This is a relative steal at $69

Gelman.com  A first and last name of many people.  Unfortunately I only think of the floor director on Regis/Michael and Kelly show

Zhao.com  Zhau.com Name and Places in China.  Going to go for a lot

Liu.com  Going to go for even more

Steering.com  Something I’ve really enjoyed in my car.  Not quite a fun when it doesn’t work

UnPainted.com  Naked furniture has come and gone in fashion but I think it’s back

UsedWelders.com There is a market.  Just because you don’t know how to use a TIG welder is no reason to judge others

 

 

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*All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission (click through and purchase a name you like) or 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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1 comment

  1. Clay Burt

    Geek in me sees DataBase Input/Output and that market with the whole big data trend might be bidding it up. I live the tech life IRL so I can relate to the techlifestyle, but that is not what I want to think about with domains…

    Guess I need to research the Chinese market more with the prices going out of sight! Maybe the cash crop market as well – Alabama has a huge farming market already even though it is illegal. May never be legal here but that is the great thing about the internetz!

    Great list again! Can relate to the family/daughters – practices until 10 bed at 11, up at 3. No wonder I have brain fog!

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