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THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on July 25th

If you hadn’t read Mark’s article yesterday about Donuts not refunding his money for a mistake they made then you need to.  These are the types of things that Registries can not get away with.  Mistakes will be made by plenty.  Especially us domain investors buying too many of the new gTLDs but we certainly don’t need to be paying for names purchased that weren’t supposed to be sold and then taken back.  If I go buy something on the shelf at a store and they stop me at the door telling me a mistake was made and that the item was not meant to be sold.  I give it back to them if they give me back my money.  If they take it out of my hands and give me half back I’m pissed.  That’s essentially what Donuts did to Mark.   My feelings is they probably wouldn’t do anything if Mark and I didn’t have blogs to put this out in the open but this is one of the reasons I started this blog is to have a voice.  And this voice says the registrar and Donuts needs to give Mark back his money.  Small in amount, big in principle.  Here are today’s names.  1996 birthday.  Good letter and I for International.  Only 24 bidders  Today’s generation is all about me so let them have their own show  This will do well.  The $12.26 CPC doesn’t hurt  The 543 should draw a little attention.  It isn’t, hardly any bids, but it should IMO  Pretty common phrase for not having any bidders    One bidder.  Because there are just some days you need to turn to the love channel   No description needed.  One of the better dot orgs out there  Already over $10K . I’ll say over under $13.5K   Sounds like an organization that’s ready to rock   Revenge is temporary and doesn’t lead to much positive but it does feel good at the time

NEW WEDNESDAY!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. 33% OFF RENEWALSbb50pd5   I know most people would type out 18 but it’s only $20, what do you want? 16 years old World’s worst acronym but memorable  There are a lot of these today. I’ll just put them all in a nice little list here.  Even if you don’t like them pay attention. People are buying them and you’ll be able to see for how much  Probably my favorite of the group   My second favorite to say out loud  I want to put a slab of granite on this one and make a table  A sturdier design for a table  Not sure why, but this was the highest priced at press time  Had you curious.  Yes, this is my favorite to say out loud  They don’t seem the end.  Seems to be a million or so of these  This will be the last I list Can I sneak in one more ?

There are more just look HERE  These 20,30,40 type names always sell well One of the easiest buildouts you can have  Because most people who haven’t seen one in person don’t know how to spell it


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7 Replies to “THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on July 25th”

  1. Just a heads up… Adam Dicker owns those LLLL, and from my experience, he will renew any that get over a hundred or two hundred dollars.

  2. Funny, i heard Adam Dicker say on the sherpa show, he didn’t do stuff like that, put names in auction just to see there value.
    Then you read about what’s happening with mark, it goes to show you what a racket this is.

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