In domaining news, here’s what you’ll want to read and know about:
- Spammy Domain Trade Shows. True Domain Investors vs Wannabe’s. Why it Matters.
- Behind the Domain Appraisal Tool with GoDaddy’s Joe Styler
- Trademark Infringing Ads Appear on Domain Landing Pages
- University wants to patent way to manage TLDs using Blockchain
- Domain investor’s journey from $50 to $5,000 a month
- This Week's Domain Sales Chart
- Why Fearing Innovation is for Fools!
That’s all for today. Let’s move onto today’s domain auctions.
It’s time to snap to it with today’s randomly selected domain auctions from SnapNames.com.
This randomly selected list of domains focuses primarily on keyword domains in auction.
It’s likely I’ll mix in random geo domain auction lists from time to time. I wish you the best in bidding.
Below is a hand-picked list of quick-pick domains with NO bids. There are a few sleepers on the list worth NOT BIDDING on, and allowing to enter into buy-it-now closeout status.
Attempting to allow domains with no bids to close in auction can be a bit risky. Once domains enter buy-it-now closeout status is also risky too.
I enjoy sniping and flipping expired domains at $5 pricing (really $13 after renewing it for a year), but be wise and don’t lose out on a good domain in an attempt to wait it out.
As always do your homework and research each domain before you commit to bidding and buying.
Welcome back to today’s randomly selected domain auctions from NameJet.com.
For the many readers (that’s you!) that have expressed interest in NameJet.com domain auctions via a daily list, here it is. Unlike GoDaddy auctions, I don’t provide commentary for NameJet.com auctions.
Thanks for using my growing daily domain auction lists.
Below is a compiled list of expiring emoji domain auctions. This specific auction list may not become a norm, so enjoy it while it lasts. 🙂
For expiring emoji domain auctions with bids, I’ve included emoji. For auctions without bids at the time of this writing, emoji not included, but do feel free to use PunyCoder.com (copy and paste the list).
That’s all for today. Let’s move onto today’s emoji domain auctions.
As most of you all know, I attended and participated in the 2nd Annual MERGE! Conference in Orlando, Florida this year.
Having attended its inaugural debut last year, I was honored to Moderate two sessions this year:
Both sessions were attended, received and engaged quite well by attendees and industry professionals.
In addition, one of the most anticipated and talked about segments of MERGE! was Appraisals, Comps, & Aftermarket — How do we know that our domains are worth?