If you go through the auction lists every night you probably notice an amazing amount of www.www12345.com type names. Not just a few, but several hundred to thousand a day. And most of them were originally registered in 1996. Not held the whole time but picked up several times since then. Even crazier are the thousand of www.www12345.ws names that showed up as deleting. The number alone is worthless in .ws but add the www in front and they are less than worthless. Just shows no matter how bad I think some domain investors are there is always somebody else doing even stupider things. Every day I come across them and wonder what the purpose of owning them. There can’t be much typo. At least no more than you could get for millions of other names available for hand reg. Were they used a robo names for emailing and spamming. Maybe they were used like IPs to set up spammy sites. I’ve spent zero time looking into why someone would register them because regardless of why there is zero percent chance I’m going to follow the business model and two, we’ve all wasted enough time on www5679483.com
On another note, I would like to remind you that the US is not the only country in the world. Some of the best domain investors in the world live in Europe, Australia, China and various parts of the world. What makes no sense to you means something special somewhere else. And just because YOU don’t understand doesn’t mean that something doesn’t have value. Business people in Europe and Australia often have to work off hours because there is so much business in the US that missing it would leave a large portion of their profits on the table. As for auctions, you should end your auctions based on what part of the world your target audience is for the auction. If you want US domain investors then you should probably should set them to end during the week, during the day. Some people are at work during the day. Maybe you would be better off setting them at 7 pm. People are home from work and have a higher chance of not being in a meeting or something else they can’t get out of. I think Godaddy and Namejet have it right. You end at 1-3 pm US time and you can catch Europe before they go to bed. Essentially letting both markets participate without having to adjust their schedule. If I can pick the times of my auction I keep to those same schedules.
And finally, I am attempting to win my fantasy football game this week without a quarterback. I unknowingly used my last pickup a few weeks ago and it left me with no ability to pick up any new players. And I’ve won my league 3 out of the last 6 years so nobody wants to help me in any way or fashion so nobody will trade with me. I had Joe Flacco and Mitch Tibitsticky or however the hell you spell his name. Both are hurt and not playing this week. My team is pretty strong and I actually have a chance to win. I just need my worst player Marquis Goodwin of SF and my second RB White of NE to have a decent game and it will be close. And if I win I am pretty sure I make the playoffs and if I lose I am pretty sure I won’t. I deserve to lose for not paying attention and making 15 shitty pickups. Not one player helped me. Wish me luck. Or root against me. Either way it won’t effect what happens 🙂 Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list
Quote of the Day: ” If you don’t like where you are, move. You are not a tree. ” – Jim Rohn
Domain of the Day: MoneyMoney.com If there was ever a double word that was going to do well at auction this is it.
Namejet and Sedo Names and Others
1M.com I think this will sell. High reserve but bid already at low end of range
CheckHere.com Great marketing name. Would work well on all online advertising
OxygenStation.com No bids. In case you need a quick hit
QuickLesson.com No bids. Inch by inch life’s a cinch
Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
Karrox.com 1996 birthday. Not a brand brand but fails the radio test. Under $50 so it can at that price
TRPE.com Some are going to try and make this pronounceable. Just some good letters
KWAC.com This one actually is pronounceable
E-vapes.com The hyphen isn’t stopping the bidding one bit
LostSecrets.com Sounds like a mystery novel
FireRocks.com Not sure exactly what fire rocks will be as a product but going to cost you a few hundred to find out
03311.com Patterns are desired and this has a heck of a pattern
LuxuryBuyers.com At $600. I don’t really get this name. I get that luxury is expensive but not a great brand for me. Convince me otherwise
Gabbr.com I actually like this one as much or more than Gabber
6xp.com Nice to see a NLL.com doing well. Still sitting on a few of these
CryptoFood.com Does $3000 bitcoin make you lose your appetite for this one?
Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids
VelluxBlankets.com Vellux is more popular in Europe than in the US but you probably have a few and don’t even know it.
RudeSpace.com Best known for being a song but could be hip hop brand as well.
4Networking.com Networking keeps the information flowing back and forth
ArmchairFootball.com What hundreds of millions of people are. And football is also the name for soccer in Europe
YourAmerica.org I actually like the dot org more than the .com here. No bids
Wenoc.com No bids at $12
eGrowlights.com Every trade show I go to now is littered with grow lights for the cannabis markets. The e at the end makes it real cheap
JetWow.com I like the name but nobody else does
MobileXXX.com I guess any name could be porn . GD values this at $5K
SanDiego.me Evidently geo.me don’t have any value
MobileAttack.com Sounds like an iPhone game
YellowEstate.com I put this here because I can spell both words
The Rest of the Names With Bids
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