It’s been a long time since we’ve had a LL.com up for auction in a regular daily auction but Namejet has one up today. I think we’ll see a six figure sale (if it meets reserve). Namejet has become THE place to sell your names if you have a premium portfolio to liquidate. Here are today’s names and the daily quote.
“Every day I get up and look through the Forbes list of the richest people in America. If I’m not there, I go to work” -Vinny Rege
emq.com In some countries the Q isn’t bad. At least that’s what the people trying to sell LLL.coms with Q in them will tell you. The price is well below minimum resell.
FG.com No way this goes for under $100K
LaserLine.com I still prefer the chalk line
MyReviews.com Reviews run the Internet. Not for long in my opinion
OnlineRepairs.com No bidders. If people can learn to ride a bike from reading a book then they can repair things online
MyPersonality.com My and personality go together very well
HomeAppraiser.net – 14 years old. Home appraisers are big business…..nearly every home that gets bought, sold or refinanced needs one. I’ve seen one almost every year for the last 7. I keep thinking the rates can’t possibly go lower.
Adopte.com Adoption is big business and the e on the end would make a good adoption brand
LockerMirror.com – 10 year old product .com. We all had one. Mine had pictures of Michael Jordan all around it
NaplesHouses.com Homes is betters but the price should be pretty cheap with only 2 bidders
9VoltBattery.com – No bids. Big search volume (4,400 exact/month) . I always think that nobody uses these any more but somehow I find myself using one constantly. Most often in the middle of the night when my smoke alarm goes off
WhoFinder.com No bidders. Decent name for a who is search
7147.com I think this one crosses $2000