Thursday’s Daily Domain Drop and Auction Picks: ColorCopier.com

Jun 23 2011

I haven’t been excited about very many auctions lately because they have been out of my price range , but Sedo’s auction that ends today has a few good name in a range which is more to my liking.  I’ve included a few I like and of course I’ll pick through the rest of the list on dropday.com. Here are today’s names.

ColorCopier.com This will probably hit reserve and these are about to come down to a price that every home will most likely have one in the near future.

Fussy.com Ned’s been working this name harder than a $2 prostitute.  A great 5L and should be in my portfolio and still may be if the price stays where it’s at.  Probably won’t

Lovd.com A steal at the present price of publication $185.   The kind of name that startups buy.  I hate to even put it on the list but I have a few names I like and I can’t buy them all.

LegalProtection.com 1996 Birthday and no bidders.  If other bloggers keep threatening to sue me I am going to need this.

HotTank.com 2001 Birthday.  The type of name I like.  Could have several uses other than being a product.  Could be a cloud server company.  “Drop it in the hot tank”  No bidders

Arrested.net A whole site of mug shots.  Or just a celebrity legal problem blog

Alf.net I never like the show but I like the domain

Divorced.net Half of every new marriage will use this term

PcClouds.com I put it here because it has the word cloud.  Domainers are suckers for the word “cloud” right now’

Lawyers1.com You can save a million dollars by throwing a 1 at the end

NewComputer.info Google likes dot info and I think you’ll like this name if you buy it for $12.

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6 comments

  1. Ned

    A $2 prostitute! Shock and horror! That’s not a very nice thing to say to your Aussie mate. I’ve only ever said nice things about you Shane – even behind your back. Ha ha!

    Seriously though, there are a lot of fussy people out there. 🙂 So I hope someone out there can see the brandability in Fussy.com. There are some similar names that have sold for a lot, lot higher.

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