Wednesday’s Big List of Domains At Auction or Dropping Around The Internets 12/21/11

Dec 21 2011

Today starts the beginning of some big price auctions over at 4.cn. I’m not saying it because they are a sponsor but because they are fetching tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Makes you wish you had a whole pocketful of two and three number dot coms with lots of eights in them.  Here are those names along with the rest of the names I like today.

XY.com At $130,000 and ends early in the morning.

YJA.com It’s met reserve at Sedo and it’s cheap at $5K

838.com At $61,500 and should make reserve

804.com A $15,000 reserve on this one and it still may go

RPG.cc Not a cc guy at all but this name might change me.  The WOW guys don’t mind typing in .cc

AProject.com Not some project but A project.  1995 Birthday

EPLD.com and CPLD.com Both 1995 Birthdays with nice letters.  I see both going over $400

DailyFootball.com American or English. They both work.  Only four bidders for the 12 year old domain

SBPP.com Another nice four letter

GHHA.com And another.  Four letters that end in “A” are worth more to me because they can easily used by Association

Whitebook.com A lot of interest for a snapnames name

FinanceYourDomain.com Domainers are going to like this one

Configurable.com I think the computer guys like this one

Names found using dropday.com (and yes it’s been running a little slow)

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2 comments

  1. Clay Burt

    Nice set of names, but I’ve been away a while and noticed some days you crack jokes about half the names and some days not…

    Is it a time thing or a sleep deprivation thing or what (I personally like the colorful, uhh, humor)


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      ShaneCultra

      Clay,

      It all depends. Sometimes I’m feeling it, sometimes not. Really depends if I’m in a hurry or not. If not, the jokes start flying. Always in a good mood. I have lines in my face from smiling so much. Life is good, just not always goofy 🙂

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