DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Thursday, March 12th, 2015

Mar 12 2015

Picked up a big boy domain today.  It’s not always I get a name of this quality. A name that will change my financial future and becomes the cornerstone of my portfolio.  And what is this domain? OK maybe it’s not the cornerstone of my portfolio and may not exactly change my financial future. But it sure is fun to say.  Here are today’s names   Bee yok.   17 years old. Whether you can pronounce it or not doesn’t seem to matter to all the bidders  A whole blog devoted to Flappy Bird.  16 years old.  Only one bidder  I like this one a lot.  But I used to love collecting cards and toy and unopened wax packs and toys was all I was looking for.  Obviously there are many more uses  (edit, it ended very early but I really did like it)  No bidders.  Perfect name for the mobile ad market.  And yet nobody wants it  LLL.nets used to be in high demand.  Have come down quite a bit but it could be a chance to get in before it becomes hot again  Add in an X and you save $100K.  $235 opening bid and you probably could take it   Under $100 at press time  I don’t know if it has much value but I am right now (I write this at night)   Will cross $1000 and I’m pretty sure it will be much higher.  But don’t take my word on it. Unless I get it right and then I told you so  1000 free visits each month with the purchase.   Oh yeah, and a free tire rotation each year  As in ATV enthusiasts. Used to be a developed site…..its old Facebook page has over 1,000 likes.  I actually like it much better than the above but its going for much less It clearly spells iPod

SEDO’s Live Auctions Going on Now  You guys are thinking YouTube, I’m thinking flower roots  The average price for these is over $200.  This one is at $5.  Worth somewhere in between those two figures 11 years old.  At $100  3 years old and at $1600 but reserve is not met.  Certainly worth more IMO   Sounds tasty. Upgrade name for a few sites.  Has a good bid and the highest bidder gets it  If the Chinese are going to buy a dot co, this is one they would be.  Has a big bid already

A GODADDY COUPON CODE: 99 Cent Tranfer. te99comp  If you sell canoes you should want this . Even if it is a dot net   Speaking of .net’s, 4,000+ people in the U.S. have this last names, according to this site. No bidders.  Probably will hit $20K  I am more of an Alabama guy. Although I like the cheerleaders from USC  I think these were actually registered while thinking of the Universities.   888.domain was one of the first names taken so I would think this would have even more value.  No bidders    We’re about to find out what a goes for in the auction aftermarket  Because nobody wants to get skunk weed

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*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct

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  1. Scofield

    BEOK…should be OK. Isn’t it a good comfort name? EstiBot Value it for $ 42,000 USD. I am a newbie to domain name auction, should I take it seriously?

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