SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on October 29th, 2013

Oct 29 2013

Was watching TV last night and saw a commercial for Homes.com on HGTV.  Hadn’t seen or heard of them until last night.  I wasn’t even paying attention to the TV (I was busy scanning the list and writing this post) and my wife said.  “Wouldn’t you like to own that domain?”   My answer would have to be yes.  They are a home finder similar to trulia and zillow but with a much better name.  I am too lazy to look up its history and really I don’t care.  It was a name I never could have afforded then or now and it’s being used for exactly for what its intended so the backstory is moot.  I am more interested in trying to build up up the cash to buy a six or seven figure name not dream about the past 🙂 Here are today’s names.

Mesotheliomas.org One of the highest paying keywords out there. I never have quite figured out what it is but I know I don’t want to get it.  Evidently you win big money if you get it though.   No bidders

 Football.biz  One of the few dot biz that I would like to own.

ThunderZone.com    17 years old. Good brand that could be used for anything.

WorldResources.com  No bidders.  Would be an upgrade for several groups and companies.  16 years old

FreeViews.com  Not sure what we’re going to see but since it’s free I’ll peek. 15 years old

BeSuper.com  It’s wasn’t my mantra but it is now

WebsiteGuru.com  The word guru is overused but if you own the website it makes you official.

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Cloudster.com  Funny, I was thinking I might get this one with just a few bidders and then I clicked and Bam! like a surprise party with all the bidders

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Evaluation.info 12 years old.  90,000 exact Google searches. Everyone wants other people’s opinions.

 

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