Wednesday’s Big List of Domains At Auction and Dropping From Around the Net 1/11/12

Jan 11 2012

Like many of you I took a little time to peruse the CES to see if there were any technologies I could hand reg for the future.  After a few hours and some research I came up with exactly 0.  Maybe some of you had some better luck.  Instead I’ll just turn back to drops and auctions.  Here are today’s finds.  PS Heard a good line last night “Takers eat well and givers sleep well”  Enjoy

FastAppraisal.com No bidders for this nice descriptive name

Admires.com  Nice positive name

5738.com   The auction is up to $1000 but still a fair price.

ICCM.com  I forgot M

MeanStreet.com  18 year old domain that you can easily prounounce.  That’s good enough for a little bid from me

 Adei.com  Decent name.  At $250 at press time

 Coater.com  My favorite character from Dukes of Hazzard.  It’s been a while though so maybe that wasn’t his name.  I DO remember Daisy though.

CloudShoes.com  I figure I can throw any 1999 domain with the word cloud in it and get you guys all giddy

Decisively.com  Dictionary word for $69.  I’ll take it if you don’t want it

 JuiceStore.com  “Yeah, well the juice store called and their out of you”  I could have that Seinfeld line a little off but you get the joke

 8714.com  Its a 4N so you know I like it.  The $3000 price tag that the auction is returning has me less excited.

And Don’t Forget the Daily DealMedicalAttorneys.net — $75 — 2006 name, $5+ CPC, Medical malpractice/negligence attorneys are big business. 320 global exact, but the 74,000 global broad is where the money is. AccidentAttorneys.net sold for $4500 on Sedo in July 2011, MalpracticeAttorneys.com sold for $18,000 in 2007 (NameBio.com).  First to email sold takes it.

 

Names found using DropDay.com

 

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  1. Michael

    Seems NNNN.com prices continue to go up. What is the current minimum reseller price for a NNNN.com no matter how bad the letters?

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