The streak is broken. I missed yesterday’s post. I had exactly a zero percent chance of getting it done with my schedule. Plain and simple it was one of the best weeks I’ve had in business. I was humbled by the kind word and it made me realize how many people make this a part of their day. The original goal of this blog was simply to write down my journey in domaining. And amazingly hundreds of people have tagged along. Dozens of people felt like they might know me better than some of their friends and family. So many people asked me about my daughter, my running, my health. Let me know how some of the quotes and thoughts I had truly effected them. I write because I know there are lots of others that have the same thoughts, experiences, and questions that I do. I realized that I really have put my self out there over the years. But this NamesCon showed me that by doing that I’ve truly become part of the domain investing family. It is feel great. Time to get back to work. Here are today’s names. Click for current prices. Buy some please
EmailFree.com 19 years old. There is a ton of money in Free
Draxon.com 17 years old and no bidders. Sounds like a 80s video games but still would make a great tech brand. That’s if tech companies even exist after the stock market bloodbath recently.
Amplifying.com I don’t like ING names like this but they still have potential if purchased at a reasonable price. This one is still at a very reasonable price
KBTT.com Nice letters, two Ts, what more could you want out of a LLLL.com?
1SV.com Has a V and its still doing well. Some times I just feel sorry for the V. Works so hard and yet still nobody likes him
3YT.com No V and almost double
WECY.com A fake CVCV. People are always trying to pretend like Y is a vowel but its like being 5% Cherokee Indian. You only bring up the fact when it benefits you.
TinyCrush.com Not super valuable but no bids at $12 and 10 years old. Two known words
KER.net Really can do no wrong with a LLL.net
77285.com Hard not to want to own any 5N.com like this. Pretty much gold lately
XS22.com Very nice LLNN.com. Repeating numbers automatically gets you over $200 right now
6969.org Numerics in dot org are certainly the bottom feeders but when the patterns get good it still fetches a nice price
20530.com No fours starts the bidding at 4 figures
TWC.biz Yes LLL.biz are over $250 quite a bit now.
Cafe.cc Nice to see some keywords getting some dot cc love
HN96.com Not going to reach the price of XS22 but will probably hit $100
92CX.com I guess if you like LLNN you have to like NNLL. But for some reason I don’t .
DefineYou.com don’t let it
259T.com This is a pattern that people have started buying. For those of you that are, here you go
ZunaFish.com 184 backlinks, traffic, and a PR5.
BuyMyDrone.com At $17 . Certainly a call to action domain
D5.net Coming up in a few days. Very nice CC.net
HYNR.com No reserve CHiP. Has at least another $500 to go IMO
XJC.cc Only has one bid but its a nice one
NYMY.com Reserve is under 1000
Airline.net Solid dot net and the price proves it.
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JWE.com No such thing as a bad LLL.com but this one isn’t getting much love
LCHC.com Great name with the repeating Cs
MRLB.com I’m more Mr LBS after eating an eclair every time I go up to my room this week
EVirtual.com You may have heard it from Frank Schilling on a panel the other day. The E names are making a big comeback
WorkVisas.com Big name. Millions looking for them and information on how to get them.
EnhancementPill.com I’ve heard they have all kinds of the ads around the Internet on the right side top right of many websites. Some times middle right…..I’ve heard
ChoiceTechnology.com Not too bad of a brand name for $69
Plumero.com “Duster” in Spanish. Company name in English
CIIG.com I like it as a vape name. But I don’t know shit about vaping. I thought vaping is when you sniffed glue in a bag
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. (if you have trouble with the contact form its [email protected] this domain name) I Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*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. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good investments