Not a lot to say today other than there just aren’t many good Godaddy names today which is a first in a long time. But Namejet more than makes up for it if you want some quality Western LLLLL.com today. I start my first week of 6 day weeks and I’m not going to lie. The transition to working and moving all day gets you pretty tired. I’ve been dragging all week. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices.
881221.com These types of patterns have been doing very well lately. Bidding wars at the end have been the driver
TimeChange.com 19 years old. Comes up twice a year for many places around the world
ACDB.com The kind of name that sells for thousands to an end user.
BDPT.com The kind of name that can sell for thousands now
RejuvenateYourself.com Nice marketing name for a spa or similar. One bidder at $10
Terox.com Sounds tough, like a manufacturing company. 11 years old.
JMUM.com Not a CHiP and the Mum adds a little value
DubHappy.com Popular site dubhappytv.com is probably the reasoning behind the bids
QQQQ.xxx An interesting name. I would think the Chinese would love this
XUBX.com Found one more. Didn’t notice it because it only had one bid at $20
VIPMember.com Everyone likes to feel special
TZDG.net Usually there are dozens of these but today only one
ZXVW.com Perhaps the worst Western acronym you could ever find
Jabid.com Any 5L.com that you can pronounce is worth $20 IMO
FRWD.cc I think you’ll do fine with all consonant LLLL.cc
IA.org This isn’t about the Chinese but rather a good two letter dot org for someone to use down the road.
Huge amount of 4Ns and the shorties at Sedo today
Tech.xyz One of the few keywords I would buy
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Combest.com I know a ton of people with this last name. No bidders
FindCondos.com You know what you’re getting from the name alone
4015.com Over under $16K
JunkClothing.com Two ways to play this. Junk as a the clothing brand or used clothing. No bidders
WritingPrograms.com I would have liked the singular better but tons of writing programs on the net. 5 bidders
WWTR.com World Wide Tire Restoration. Sexy CHiP
IWBS.com Another nice Western letter LLLL.com
NCBL.com 20 years old. Two grand for a 20 year old LLLL.com doesn’t sound like a fad thing at all. Even apple stock wouldn’t have gotten you from $20 to $2000 in 20 years Apple stock was 86 cents a share split adjusted. Now at 106. OK maybe it would have
Administrators.org Great name for a tool or site for school administrators
HPBI.com Hamilton something something International
FastCourse.com Not sure if it has any value but desired by every runner
ACTF.com 15 year old LLLL.com F for Firearms
GBCN.com Godaddy has virtually no LLLL.com and Namejet is stock full of fantastic names today. Wish Namejet had a commission program.
89159.com No patterns but only 5 numbers
TheSurvival.com Sounds like a movie or tv show name. Lots of survivalist, all led by the popularity of Naked and Afraid. That may not have been the driver. No bidders
YourProfessor.com Online education pays very very well.
TVHA.com Comedy TV
TonyMontana.com Most people know who this is
989.ws One of my favorite NNN.ws of the auction group. I think we’re going to look back and see that these .ws names that were sold at auction were a steal. Of course I am biased.
XllX.com I though it was a very pretty name. No bidders agree
MKKM.com This pattern has really fallen out of fashion. I had no idea but this and the name above are this pattern yet nobody seems to want it
EGBN.com Another older LLLL.com
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