SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 27th

Nov 27 2012

The Chinese are really boosting the domain market the last few days.  Liao.com is over $60,000 with a day left and 25.com is in auction at $1.5 million.  Actually I’m not positive either buyer is Chinese but I have my hunches.  Today’s list is weak but we’ll try again tomorrow.  Here are today’s names

DownTheDrain.com  Where many domainer’s money goes but I don’t think it will with this one.  1998 domain

ClothDiapers.net  Valuate has it at $12,000   TONS of searches for cloth diapers

5472.com  4 is in a good spot on this one

TFS.net 18 years old and looking good

Langeveld.com  VERY popular Dutch last name.  I know this because I know Dutch people

Seaside.org  I once ran from Mt. Hood to SeaSide Oregon.  Didn’t like the town but loved the run

Electromotor.com  Electric motors are the future.  Electromotor is a cool way of saying electricmotor

Beej.com    It’s an LLLL and could be a brand but probably will have to be spelled out

Mooshie.com Yesterday moopie.com dropped but I forgot to see what it went for. Whatever it was I expect this to go for a similar price

SmokePot.org With pot becoming legal I think this one is worth more than $12

5YF.com If it ends like similar names lately we’re looking at $850-900…..or more………..or less

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2 comments

  1. Craig Clark

    Shane – The bid on liao.com is a false bid. Same is true for Yin.com. If you look at the bidder it is called Namejet Reserve. Based on my research and intuition I believe that Namejet has recently started running more auctions of privately owned domains with a reserve. Instead of stating that X person has the real bid but the reserve has not been met they are essentially making the reserve a bidder and calling it Namejet Reserve. This strikes me as odd. They are doing the same thing on Yin.com. Check it out on Namejet and do some research. I personally do not like the tactic as it seems odd at best and somewhat misleading. Cheers. Craig.

  2. Michael

    Ya know, I’ve been trying to buy quality over quantity finally, and I like how thats going. However, for $12, I’ll take Mooshie.com

    Thanks! What did Moopie.com sell for? I like Moopie.com better…..

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