The Original Friday’s Daily Domain Auction Picks and Drops

Feb 18 2011

I appreciate everyone that comes here each day to take a look at the list I put out.  I realize there are other choices in your daily domain drop choices and thank you for letting me be a part.  HA! pretty good huh?  Made it sound like a bad Tv commercial.  Joking aside, some of the names on the daily list have fetched some incredible prices.  SearchEngine.org is at $7200 and Effort.com is at 12,100 both ending today.  But those aren’t the names we’re looking for.  We want the names for $200 and then sell them for those prices.  Here’s what we have today.  Decent but nothing outstanding.

Cattlemens.com There’s a line of steakhouses that would love to have this name

Reacted.com It’s a dictionary word so I put it here. Can’t think of a monetization strategy

Bunched.com Same as above but this one is going to go cheap

HeatedMittens.com Don’t let the recent warm up fool you, winter is still here and people buy tons of gloves because they always lose one.  Of course only girls call them mittens

Guidelines.net Nice domain for a human resource company to own

CopierSupplies.net 1,000 searches $7.82 CPC

HydroponicSuppliesOnline.com For $60 I think you’ve done pretty well here.

SoupFork.com The goal of a site is to have a domain that people will remember or will give you credibility.  I love this name.  Funny and memorable

Forexbids.com I’m not sure I believe the 10,000 monthly visits but I do love the fact it’s first page top five for Forex bids

SA.com It comes up as available but we all know it’s not but it’s still fun to backorder it and dream that they accidentally gave it to us.

Pols.com 101 bidders so it will be too expensive for me.  But you’re rich so go get it

MobilePhoneRepair.com This has to be a heck of a business or then again people may just throw them away

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2 comments

  1. Clay

    Love the soupfork! Phones are like printers now – cheaper to just buy a new one… almost that way with the printer/cartridges – you can buy a brand new printer for what you can buy replacement cartidges for – at least for cheap printers anyway. Nice list though.

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