SHANE’S BIG LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on Sept 6th, 2013

Sep 06 2013

I bought my first name off of this week. I ended up buying I own very very few dot nets. It actually might be the only dot net I own but for a guy that is a part owner nurseries and a landscaping company it’s the perfect name for me. After it’s my next buildout. I figure if anything, I can build it out and sell it. I already have staff to take photos and write content so it should be right up my alley. So if you want a name on make an offer. The most they can do is say no. You may be surprised. Here are today’s domains.

“Everything popular is wrong” -Oscar Wilde I for international. 16 years old Perfect acronym for a dot org. Equal opportunity Employer. It’s at the bottom of every employment ad Educational names work with dot org. At this price worth a flyer IMO. Since you can’t use SAT GMAT, or GED this generic has more value Great brand and there are a few other companies that agree. 11 years old The zero NNNN.coms always do better than I think they will This one has two so it should sell for a little less than the above

Featured Offer – 32% off new products at GoDaddy! -CAD)  Good Christmas name  Sounds like a description of my socks but I would guess it’s going to be used for golf. I thought I was going to steal this one but a little more bidders than I thought Everybody wants things to go viral. up for auction as well. No bidders on either at press time, except for me  I figured it was a product and it is. Will be more with the same name  Obvious use here.  Still don’t like privacy.  Can’t hide who owns a house  Many people aren’t  Picking up in popularity every year

Backorder Domains  Just went up for auction yesterday.  Dot info has been hot lately and this is a great name for a buildout.

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  1. Alan

    Congrats on the acquisition. That’s a great name. As someone who spent a lot of time in that industry, I look forward to seeing you build it out.

  2. Scott

    Shane, nice grab on

    I think that was a really great price point.

    I remember seeing the name in Toby’s newsletter earlier in the year when they were asking $40,000

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