THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Monday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on May 26th, 2014

May 26 2014


Escrow.com

As a person that is addicted to trying to make money I still don’t get the interest in most of the new gTLDS.  I have no idea why anyone would invest in a name that has a $400 renewal fee.  $1000 a year, you have to be insane.  Opportunity cost of my money is one of the most important factors and I can think of dozens of better ways to spend my money.  As I’ve stated before, I am not afraid to miss out on something.  I can watch others make money in areas I passed on.  What I refuse to do is chase money.  When I have a perfect opportunity to make money like I do in dot com, I have no desire to divert money because others keep talking about it.  I am not against new gTLDs.  I just don’t see a reason to buy any at this point in time.  To each his own. On a side note, thank you to all the men that have served our country.  I hate war but I don’t take for granted what had to happen to have the lifestyle and the freedoms that my family has.  Here are today’s names. NOW Taking Names for Friday’s Book of 10. Reach up to 18,000 domain investors for $25

Murro.com  18 years old.  A last name which means it’s going to be the name of businesses. Now or eventually

ABackup.com  Online backup is a big money maker and backup names sell for good money yet this one has NO bidders

LickMyTaint.com  Possibly the worst business email address EVER

22675.com  Under $100 at press time. Under $250 would be a good buy IMO

NEW!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. 99 cent Transfer or New Registration GOFD722A

Spizzy.com  No bidders. 17 years old. For the price, would make a nice brand

Q21.com   Q is actually a good letter for CCCs IMO.  Because it’s memorable and doesn’t have to stand for the first letter of a word

Fearsome.com   Sounds like a scary name but also mean tough and mean

Run.tv   As a runner I see the value here

HFDA.com  You know I like the LLLL.coms that end in A

Tadpole.com  The kind of name that makes a perfect brand.  Can be used for anything, anyone can spell it, and short.  Good investment IMO

Mate.info (auction) 12 years old. Has met reserve. One of the oldest dot infos there is and so many meanings in different English speaking countries.  From friend to partner

Yields.com  (auction)  17 years old.  A killer finance name that actually means return on investment which is ironic because I think this should have a good yield in the future

MockingJay.com  $5K  Two of the biggest movies of the year from Hunger Games will have this name.  Mockingjay.net is biggest independent fan site

Billboard.info (auction) 13 years old.   The billboard industry was originally is peril but it’s making a huge comeback with digital. One of the better names if you’re in this industry and at the current price it’s a drop in the bucket

GamblingBookClub.com  (auction) The Gamblers Book Club is a big site that sells all things gambling.  Same could be done with this one and as we all know gambling affiliates pay big money

PsychologicalWeightLoss.com  (auction)   Almost all weight loss is psychological.  People are looking for any help they can on the road to a healthier weight. Another category that has a big affiliate program . No bidders yet

 Solicitor.us  A solicitor is what we call a lawyer in the US.  The are usually the ones that handle legal affairs in the courts. In the US we think of them as salespeople.  The UK word is what is drawing all the bids

420R.com  ($300)  You like the Kush?  Short and everyone knows what 420 means

VATO.com ($10K ) Last call.   Means “cool dude” to the Mexican street community.   European DJ as well.

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2 comments

  1. Travis

    Thanks for the promo code, worked great. I don’t think there will ever be any clear cut answer on the new extensions (aside from the time being, that they are waste lol). And sorry about that last post that got deleted (?) lol, it was probably overkill.

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