SHANE’S BIG LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on March 14th, 2014

Mar 14 2014

Escrow.com

If you didn’t see the post yesterday of last month’s domain sales over at 4.cn you need to read it.  When most places are doing a million or two a month in sales they did did over $6.5 million USD.   Just killed it.  A few were reported in DnJournal’s weekly sales but most were not because they couldn’t give exact numbers.  Also make sure to check out today’s Book of 10. I messed up on earlier version of the post it is supposed to be marijuanoilS not the singular.  Maybe I should shouldn’t have used them while writing it. ….here are today’s names.  Short list today

SLY.net  Dictionary LLL.nets are extremely rare.  Price doesn’t reflect it quite yet. 17 years old

BVVF.com  The double V is tough but 16 year old LLLL.coms should be more than $29 (price while I wrote this)

 4821.net  Two years ago this had little value.  Now it’s doubling in value every 6 months. Can’t guarantee it will continue but I can’t guarantee I’ll wake up tomorrow either

NameValues.com  12 years old. No bidders

Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. $1.99 Dot Com TRANSFER cjcdefdea4

Schoolhouse.com  One of the best educational brands I’ve seen this month. 18 years old

MakeItCool.com  17 years old.   Nice name for a marketing company

 AQT.com Q for quality

WGRO.com   I see GRO for grow in the name but I see plants in everything

Yarda.com  Here I go again.  I just see yard

19159.com  I can’t figure out what has value on these and which don’t.  Take this one for instance.  I have no idea why it’s this high already but there have been a lot 5Ns that have reached even higher

Muul.com  I’ve always like the double vowel in the middle of LLLL.coms  Not everyone agrees thankfully so I can get them at a decent prices

*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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