The Daily Recap of Shane’s Auction Picks, the 2nd and 3rd of May 2016
.Mom is out and only 88 cents at Uniregistry. I’m not really sure how many mom’s want there own domain name, but I did some browsing through the extension today. Most common words are at a premium price, from around $300 to $11000. It also seems like all numbers up to 4 are listed at premium prices.
The most interesting thing I found was the number of numerics that were registered already. With random checks it looked like all patterns out to 7N were taken. Either there’s still a lot of number speculation going on, or mom’s just love numbers.
VideoSpace.com I feel like this whole video on the Internet thing is going to take off. 43 bidders agree
1,665 USD In the future people will like videos I think.
MVPGaming.com With gaming parlors showing up in every state, just a matter of time until somebody names their company this
122 USD Good sports mix with gaming
ShuttleBuggy.com No bidders, 15 years old. Not a ton of value but much more fun to say than Uber
ExecutiveLuxury.com Sounds so posh……and expensive
TheStockFinder.com No bidders. 14 years old. Solid name for a stock blog or site
? A good use of “the” if you need to add a word to stock finder, The gives it some authority
ZASJ.com Lower boats still getting over $250
BLQD.com Not sure exactly why this is getting such a high bid
UltraMegabit.com 571,000 backlinks
470 USD That’s a lot of backlinks
HostHelp.com A ton of affiliate money in hosting or helping others find hosting. 17 years old
? Most people get confused trying to figure out hosting.
LargeChecks.com No bidders. Look it up. There are companies that specialize in printing those large checks people give away. I’m going to buy it if nobody else does.
? Happy Gilmore loves these things
MedBall.com Short for medicine ball. One of the best pieces of workout equipment you can own. Can use it in so many ways. I use mine as an ottoman. No bidders
WeedClearance.com You see all those discount cig stores so you know the discount weed stores are coming soon
? Or something to do with getting rid of pesky weeds
ReadyToOwn.com An old sales term. Maybe too old. No bidders
EQNU.com, 215 USD
ACZL.com, 288 USD
ZSNV.com, 215 USD
HOGJ.com, 210 USD
GJIJ.com 210 USD
Some non premium LLLL.coms for you to take a look at
LaptopACAdaptor.com You don’t see specific product domains getting bids much anymore but since practically every person that has a laptop has bought one of these it is getting some action
PredictiveMedia.com Media names always sell. As long as it has some cool word in front of it
304 USD Media that tells the future
SocialLion.com I guess lions can be social
255 USD They’re very social aren’t they? Pridefully social.
XW77.com The 77 is the driver. The X helps as well
OnlineDrivingCourse.com I was a better drive because I played so much Pole Position so I know that online driving courses are beneficial
106 USD ahh pole position, good old Atari
NeedAHandyman.com Good marketing name for a service that offers them. Handymen are in HUGE demand. Hard to find someone that can do simple services right now. Everyone is so specialized
449 USD Lots of handymen out there too, should be easy to sell this to someone.
SearchPoint.com Nice brand although I do admit it is pretty close to SitePoint
DeliciousPie.com Thousands of visitors to this delicious auction but nobody wants a piece of the pie
Listed as BIN
SolarPowerCharger.com Fantastic name. Everything will be charged by solar IMO. Four figure name IMO
565 USD Plug in the sun
CreateSuccess.com And I thought that success came through good luck. Now I find out that you have to work hard and put forth effort and create it. Great name. 19 years old
1,330 USD I like it, Someone will want this for their business.
HaveAnotherBeer.com No bidders. Good marketing I think. Fine line between trying to sell some beer and trying to get someone drunk
? Nobody drinks just one.
UUUD.com Tough acronym but very collectible. 16 years old
DDDP.com A much much better repeater. Much easier to actually use
GBHE.com Much better for an acronym
i4o.com Still liquid. You’ll probably be surprised how high this price is already
WellnessWagon.com Sounds like a portable hospital. It’s too bad that in the US the doctors don’t come to the patients anymore
156 USD The Dr’s would come to the Patients if we had 1000x’s more Doctors. They usually don’t have enough time to see all the patients in the hospital or their office.
ShrimpFest.com Little brother to Lobsterfest.
? Like it, I can see the piles of shrimp now.
CTN.co Only one bid at $20. Will be interesting to see where it ends up
QuickCoverage.com Great name marketing name for an insurance company. Quick usually means targeted towards lower income
170 USD I like this one and think this was a great deal.
TaxiWorld.com I don’t like it as much as all the bidders do. Not sure exactly what you’d do with it
521 USD Not sure what this one’s about. May be used Taxi’s
WeddingGuy.com No bidders. You know there is a DJ that already calls himself that
SnapMobile.com If SnapChat starts a phone company
1,025 USD I like it as quick, fast mobile too, lot’s of uses.
Yomad.com Sounds like nomad but its not. Its a cool new company name
336 USD are Yo Mad?
VWKI.com, 215 USD
EAXE.com, 338 USD
DUXD.com, 240 USD
Metalon.com Already a company but I liked it before I knew that because it sounds strong and modern
24713.com I’m not say start jumping on 5N.coms right now but it is worth watching to see if the new value gets established this spring
ValorCreek.com Sounds like a brand of blue jeans at Wal-Mart
SmartCord.com I’m interested to see what the cord is going to be so smart about. Maybe it will automatically plug my phone in when I forget to
223166.com The pairs are protecting the 31 like a pair of tackles. Their work is getting $100 plus
220 USD good pattern
ThisReallyPays.com Which makes me think it probably doesn’t
PartyInABottle.com One bidder at $10. Sounds like an easy sale if you ask me. guarantee they remember this domain if you put it on a commercial or in print
? Sounds like a bottle of oxy
VRMove.com Put VR in front of pretty much any known word and it will sell for at least $12 right now
132 USD VR anything gets over a 100 bucks
HashPass.com Also known as a medical marijuana card
555893.com At $80 at press time
Twines.com If a tweet and a vine have sex
ECQ.com Cheap but seller isn’t going to let it go for that
ImOrganic.com Selling a website with the name. Ditch the website and keep the name. Organic people LOVE to brag that they are. This name would be a prize for them.