Tuesday’s Big List of Domains at Auction or Dropping Around The Internet 6-11-12

Jun 12 2012

Probably my shortest list in months.  Not much out there today and even these names are so so.  After yesterday’s plethora (used that word twice this week) of names we needed a break anyway.  I’ll add more names later in the morning when I scan the list one more time.


p95.com  Three character dot coms always do well but this one better than most that have come up for sale lately.com

LinkBuildingTips.com I’ve always felt that if you put good quality info the links will build themselves but sometimes we want to build them a little quicker. A nice name for a guide.

HomeMadeDelights.com I may just be hungry but I like the sound of this one. Sounds delicious

Tortillas.net Still hungry


PrePaidBroadbrand.com   I figure if we can have prepaid phones we can have prepaid Broadband

DomainNameCatcher.com   Long name but at least people will know what the site is for.  No bidders

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  1. Info

    Shane, if I may ask and generally speaking, are the names you feature on your lists the kinds of names you personally make money with?

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      They are. I will try and do an article today sharing some of the names I’ve flipped. There are certain types of names that always seem to have more action than others. I like the “liquid” domains that I can try and buy at a good price and know I can turn around and sell. Sometimes I don’t make any money but I know at any point in time I can sell it.

  2. em

    Hi Shane,

    Just read that Frank Schilling, quoted by Mike Berkens, said, “We’re at this point where the dot-com name space — the entire name space — is exhausted.”

    It is talked about in reference to his large number of applications for new TLDs.

    What do you make of this? Does he mean that .com handregs are dead?

    Interested to know what you think.

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