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Thursday’s Big List of Domains at Auction or Dropping Around The Internet 5-24-12  Cool looking repeating and that’s why its doing well over at

GamerServer.comObviously would be better but this one describes the user base pretty well. Not as cheap as I hoped

WhateverYouNeed.comThese sayings are exploding in price. This one is very flippable at this price  Fantastic name.  Pretty much describes what everyone uses the Internet for.

ReliableInternet.comWe’re all looking for it but don’t think about it until we don’t have it  12 years old and no bidders.  Sounds like a nice website to get a good flight deal  A last name that has a ton of value if only for an email address  You can charge twice your old rate if you change to this name from Mike’s Heating and Air  A wayback machine for the ebonics crowd  The “I” is perfect for International and that alone puts it at the higher end in value  No bidders but pretty funny domain with age  No bidders.  Easy site to let people put up pics of their dorms.   Solid

If you think you can do better with a hand register here’s a 4.95 code. Go Here and put in the code gofx2005hd

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4 Replies to “Thursday’s Big List of Domains at Auction or Dropping Around The Internet 5-24-12”

  1. Shane,

    Many of the links don’t resolve cause they’re
    missing the “h” in http.

  2. * is now wish list status.

    By advertising these Pre-release names, you are also alerting the owner, who, it seems, has renewed this one.


    These greedy auction houses/registrars are shooting themselves in the foot, by pulling the trigger too soon in sending their premiums expired to auction.

    As more players jump in, renewals by “owners” will only increase.

    However, when money is involved, I suspect that some changes will be in the offing in the auction format. Expect to see “pre-release” auctions beginning later.

    Also, did you know that the “owner” of an expired domain may move it (up to 42 days after expiration) to another registrar without incurring those outrageous redemption fees? It’s an ICANN rule.

    Two days ago, my Godaddy rep offered me this piece of interesting information.

    Godaddy is well aware of this, too, and apparently is seeking some kind of solution.

    Have a nice day, kiddies.


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