THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Sunday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on April 27th, 2014

Apr 27 2014


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Crazy weekend.  Beautiful weather led to a packed house at the nursery.  No big deal if I hadn’t just run a half marathon.  By the end of the day I was beat.  Loading trees, bags of mulch and walking 25 acres hundreds of times.  I think it was harder than the run.  Add to it a cache problem on our website which Tia at Vabera took care of.  I can’t say enough about Tia and how helpful she’s been. And it turns out Tia and I have something in common. We’ve both been kicked out of Domain Board Room.  I can’t imagine what she could have possibly done to get kicked out,  but like me, it was probably terrible and forever damaging.  Like spelling a word wrong, saying something that the supreme leader didn’t like.  Because of “the event” over the past few days I’ve been all over the board about my feelings about the domain community. But I am left with this.  This industry is full of great people.  Nice people that would do anything to help you out, talk things over, give second opinion, and help you make money.  I realized, for every person in this industry that I don’t see eye to eye with,  there are 20 that are kind and understanding.  I am none of the things I was called ,and have proven it in the past and will try to prove it in the future.  I have been successful in my marriage and my business because I know the difference between results and intent. Bad things happen without intent and should be treated differently that things that are malicious. Thank you for all the kind comments, emails, and texts.  I was surprised how many from the forum actually sent emails.  And I completely understand why many wanted to stay out of it.  When two people you like fight,t it’s best to just stand aside and let it finish.  And it’s finished.  So no more to see here, it’s over and life moves on. Comments closed for the day, nothing left to say. Time to quit the bitching and make some money.   Here are today’s names.

MobileWatch.com  15 years old. With all the talk of iWatch coming out I can understand the value.  Never seen a watch that wasn’t mobile though.

MyFlowers.net  Only one bidder.  15 years old. Some may be scared of the dot net but the price is so low, to me it’s a nice addition

Arrive.net  I would say the same thing about this one. 15 years old.

 NeckProblems.com   The net is created to distribute information.  And hundreds of thousands of people are looking for information about neck and back pain

 FootProblems.com  Even more, including myself, that look up every pain and twinge in their feet.

SCHH.com  Good letters. H for holdings. 15 years old

YV2.com   The past few months these have been selling from $250 to $450

 DNSFactory.com  I know they are certainly churning out domains so maybe factory is a great domain investor’s name

DaxShepard.com  I actually like Dax Shepard.  Amazing that he originally came from the show Punked.  No bidders

LifeTeacher.com  The generic version of LifeHack.  NO bidders

93269.com  Not a hotter group of names in domaining than 5N.coms

81987.com   Another one here with lots of 8s

NaturalEnglish.com  Evidently people would rather learn naturally instead of forced.  Sounds reasonable.

 Heartly.com  Great brand.  Also a few businesses and organizations with this name

NEW!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. $.99 cent new registration Dot Com com99

 RGM.com  Pretty obvious.  Can never go wrong with a LLL.com

THUL.com  Four letter dot com that you can say.  May get typos of THULE the carrier people

 9526.com  No fours means lots of zeros

YunYe.com  The man behind the portfolio that Marchex purchased

HHGD.com Second LLLL.com with double Hs on today’s list.  Crazy

LeaseRooms.com  Becoming a tougher market with many buildings not allowing daily leasing but still plenty of business to be had.

 

And in Case you missed yesterday’s Book of 10, Here are the names

Baseball.net  $40K  One of the best sports names on the market.  Literally millions of searches.  If Miguel Cabrera can be paid $248 million then this name must be worth a fortune

BiometricSecurityDevices.com  (auction) No doubt this is the future of security.  Using body features to provide unique identification. Billion dollar industry in the future.  $25 starting bid


YourVitaminAdvisor.com (auction)  23 Billion dollar industry despite the economic turndown.  With an aging world it will only grow.  $20 opening bid

87588.com  (auction)  If you are going to buy a 5 number dot com, this is the kind you want.  Ends in 88.  And my opinion is they still go up from here

FootProblems.com  (auction)  Millions of Americans have them.  Most due to being obese. But who cares why, they are looking for online answers and relief

NBO.com   (auction)  The Media Options NameJet auction is full of amazing names but this is one of my favorite

Bows.com  ($25K)   Great Christmas name or for any gift related site

 Dowo.com  ($8K )   Great CVCV, means make lots of money in Chinese.  But I don’t know Chinese so pretty sure I’m wrong

FlyToVegas.com  ($1500)  One of the biggest flight destinations in the world

FlowerBeds.com ($3500)   Good gardening name.  As a bonus makes around $8 a month in parking

 

Have a name at auction and need more exposure. Send me an email. We may be able to help.  *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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