Things have certainly changed over the last few months. A lot of money being lost and a lot of people telling everyone I told you so. I am calling LLLL.net dead and LLLL.org as well. There will always be some that have value to end users but overall they mostly under $25 again. Numerics have been beaten like a stepchild as of late and I will not be realizing gains on many if any of my numeric purchases. But it is part of my portfolio and not my whole portfolio. Contrary to thoughts and some wishes, I am still doing just fine. Having my best year ever and still selling numerics. As seen on Domain Sherpa I sold 5oX dot come for $6200 privately after buying it for $4500 on Sedo. Not a huge profit but enough to pay for a lot of my bad purchases. I’m not going to say the whole market is dead but everyone is a seller right now and that is not a good thing. I’m looking for value names from the people that HAVE to sell to make renewals on their good stuff. That’s where the real money is made. Buying when others need immediate cash. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices
RightLawyer.com 18 years old. Hard to believe this one is under $50. Four or five figure name IMO that could be used perfectly in a audio or TV ad campaign. “Hire the Right Lawyer”
LoansAmerica.com Instant loans are big money making this a good name. All the bids say that a few people agree with me
NetCoalition.com Generic for 4Chan. 2400 backlinks and 100 plus visits a day
LoanAPRCalculator.com Closes today, at $30. Millions use them every month and good CPC
TootToot.com Playful, memorable, names always do well.
CVOA.com the bottom price seems to be holding at $250 plus. The rest of the LLLL.com….not holding
ZPOC.com I’m still buying any LLLL.com with strong letters that end in C. I don’t like the Z here but if I have a Z I like it in the front
ExtraCrunchy.com It’s how I like my peanut better.
ThatsNasty.com Looking forward to seeing what its going to be used for. No bidders
ModernHomeInteriors.com People love looking for design ideas on the net. Might as well make them seem modern by putting the word modern in it
WildHemp.com I am thinking more of a brand than of something growing in the ditch
HeyBoy.com I feel like typing out an exclamation point at the end of this one. Be careful who you call boy
Gigamillion.com I like the name but nobody else does. No bidders. 8 years old
Yeezo.com No bidders on this fine short 5L.com Kanye West may still sue you
LiveVerify.com Background and criminal checks come to mind but could be used for anything you need to find out an answer right away
YG.biz Two letter dot anything is worth good money. This one is already over 4 figures
620.me Same rule for NNN. Even dot me is worth over $100
SustainableFarmer.com Sustainability is a buzzword in everything now, especially farming. Only organic is better
TVKT.com TV something something
SuperGrill.com I bought my wife a grill as a present (she wanted an expensive one) and decided to pass on the $40 fee to put it together. Biggest mistake I have ever made. It came is more pieces than the millennium falcon lego set. And the instructions were missing from the box. We got it put together just in time for her next birthday. Even had some extra parts
SpeakUpNow.com Give them a voice. Of course they can just use the comment section
3020.co Man the fall has been hard. Names like this are now super cheap if you want them. I have been selling some types freeing up money to buy good patterns that would make a good brand. I only recently starting thinking that dot co would make one
MMFM.cc I am still buying LLLL.cc. Except now they are dirt cheap
TalentExpert.com Just don’t have a couch
NiceFrance.com $150 gets you into one of the most visited cities in France
88cn.com I thought this one would be much higher.
FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM
RPPM.com M for marketing and management
DartGame.com 3 bidders. A lot safer than Jarts which is what I played as a kid. Throw it and hope you don’t have it go through someone’s chest.
ItsMadeForYou.com Solid custom made product marketing name
VentFreeHeaters.com I don’t know if it has any bidders but I use them and love them. Can place them anywhere and don’t have to have a stack or forced air blower out. No bidders
VacationBeijing.com Chinese tourism grows every year and Beijing is one of the top destinations.
CompareRealty.com Home comparison sites are all the rage. Tough competition
PropertyOverseas.com Everyone dreams of owning a home in Europe. A few do but everyone looks
My-Cloud.com Even with the hyphen it has 50 bidders
LikeARock.com When the high bidder is Schilling and company you know its a solid name
Schillings.com Speaking of Schilling
RecalledToys.com Mothers don’t want to have any dangerous toys around the house. Start a site that lists all the recalls
DWWW.com Nice to see this at $5K. I am going to sell similar soon
SolarBench.com Anything that is flat will be a solar panel. Even our sidewalks.
CACE.com Most bids on the Namejet board….not sure exactly why
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. 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