DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Sunday, August 23rd 2015

Aug 23 2015
Great day for numerics if you’re looking to add a few.  A solid batch of 4 5N.coms that are worth owning in my opinion.  Today also shows that dot co is falling hard without the publicity machine that used to sponsor and pump. It’s Sunday so I won’t waste your time with any more of my chit chat.  And to everyone that asked.  My 23 miler was my best training run ever.  Felt great, heart rate always 140-150 and ran it at an average pace of 7:17.   I am hoping to run under 7 minute miles at the marathon so I’m right on schedule.  Work added another 7 miles of walking so had a nice 30 mile day.  I enjoyed a full rack of ribs and a double caramel Magnum bar as a reward. Overall good day. Here is today’s list.  The kind of you want to own. 17 years old and appeals to almost every language.  An upgrade name for several companies.  No bidders at $12  16 years old and at $600 at press time.  Or close to $600 at press time  14 years old.  No bidders.  You could do a lot worse for $12 when trying to buy a brand. This is an upgrade name for quite a few people  One bidder.  Good name for a domain check tool.  14 years old  Highest price on the board by tenfold.  At $11K at press time.  170 bids which is the most I’ve seen this year   Solid  Has a vowel so I see it in the $800 range.   $450 left to move based on that prediction  Certainly memorable.  I have never bought a but I am bidding on this one. 12 years old   Already a product name but just a nice for those not in the know.  Getting some bids  I know it doesn’t mean anything but two known words, no bids so only $12 No fours, double 2s.  Should be good enough for $500 plus   Get sequential numbers.  This one is twice the price as the numbers above.  It’s double because……..I’ll get back to you   Also double the price.  I’m thinking because it doesn’t have zero. But I’m guessing  The double q seems to be a good investment   Motorcycle or bicycle.  Aka fat or skinny  I don’t do dot co because I think its too confusing vs dot com.  But its getting lots of bids  This one as well.  I’m smart enough to know that it’s not what I like but what others are buying and at least a few people want this  Shows you that don’t have a ton of value.  But it may hit $100  Another one here in the $50 range   The price shows that dot cc is more valuable than dot co  Even I don’t want this and it’s super cheap

New GODADDY COUPON CODE: None Work, None. Click the link to See that None of them Work Godaddy Click This For No Savings  CC.nets are hard to come by.  Not sure if Intelend will let you have this one  Met reserve.  Pretty decent size industry.  I own a few  A total of zero bidders.  Deserves more than zero bidders IMO

SEDO’s Live Auctions Going on Now  CVCV aren’t what they used to be but most are a few grand right now   Awesome  I think it hits $50K.  I usually undervalue names but this is a nice one  Start local and expand.  Can’t remember, that saying may be for helping others  Someone actually let this expire  Great English  Only 6 bidders.  Betting app name and you know they will eventually be a thing in the US.  Too much money for the government not to happen


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  1. Eric Borgos

    I checked my old emails, and in 2011 and 2012 was made available for sale through a several different brokers at prices ranging from $75,000-$125,000. So, it will be interesting to see what it sells for now.

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