SHANE’S BIG LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on October 18th, 2013

Oct 18 2013

Aaron of Accidental Domainer stopped by the nursery yesterday since he had a break from the field.  It’s always nice to see a friend who gets what I’m trying to do.  Run a business AND try and develop another good business in domain investing. I’m trying to get him to partner with me on something but not sure meeting me in person and to see the crazy look in my eyes is my best sales presentation.   How would you guys feel about seeing us team up for a superblog?  Here are today’s names.

TeleDoctors.com  I don’t think it will be a stretch to think that we could be seeing our doctors via television or computer.  Only one bidder

PushPrint.com  Not super valuable but does sound like a mobile device print app

8974.com  I’ll guess and say final price is $2135

Printer3D.com  It’s backwards but these are so hot I still think you can sell it

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CarLeasingGuide.com  I normally don’t like names this long but it defines very well and probably would do well in SEO

FullInsurance.com    For only a $6000 deductible and $280 a month Obama will insure you.  (real numbers from the exchange website)

CarDetailer.com  Was up for sale on August 13th this year.  Loved it then, love it now

 4217.com  Another $2K name.  I guess it could be more, I’m just guessing like everyone else

PingPongNet.com – Every table needs one. Not quite the same game without it.  $4,600 Estibot, if you’re a believer.

And finally a ton of LLLL.coms over at Flippa. Sold as a group.  Pretty sure you can divide and sell and make some money if you get it at the right price.  I’m too lazy to do go through all that work

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2 comments

  1. Tim Davids

    Saw your Cultra sign on the highway a few weeks ago when I was coming back from Springfield. I would have tried to find your place but it was Sunday.

  2. Aaron

    “crazy” look in your eyes — that’s your word, not mine! I saw someone who was jumping from toy to toy (loader tractor to skid loader to ATV) and having a good time at work, which is way too rare these days.

    Thanks again for the time, and the tour.

    I’ll get the action photo of you domaining uploaded soon.

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