Domain Auctions Ending 1/1/2016
A new day, a new year, and the first day of 2016.
Before I forget and start rambling, Happy New Years to you and yours! I hope this will be a prosperous year for you on both a personal and professional level.
So, what’s in store for 2016 here at Kickstart Commerce?
For one, you see quite a bit of domain investing news and stories than in 2015.
Of course, you started seeing some changes at the tail end of 2015 with the introduction of the domain auctions daily listing.
In addition, you’ll gradually see more domain auction houses, such as Flippa, NameJet, SnapNames to name a few, included in the daily listings. So be on the look for those over the next few weeks and months of 2016.
I’ll still write and cover SEO topics, but it’ll be a bit different than in the past. I’ll focus more on how to’s and do-it-yourself SEO strategies.
In addition to written content, I’m really excited to launch video blogs and screensharing how I’m executing SEO for select customers. This will not only serve to bring attention to my customer relationships, but it will give you greater insight to how I work and achieve search-safe SEO results.
I have to admit that I was on the fence about introducing videos and mentioning customers. However, with the enthusiasm and encouragement from select customers of wanting to share their story, I’m too now excited about what is to come with the video blogs.
Nevertheless, many changes are coming and happening in 2016, so stay tuned. For now, let’s take a look at today’s domain auctions ending.
Domain Auctions Ending Today
Well, we’re kicking off 2016 with quite a few domains worth bidding on or at least following their auctions. As always, click the domains to view their respective auction details.
CyberFanatic.com – 4 years old. I guess I’ll settle for this domain since WebFanatic.com is already taken. *sigh*
SimpleCash.com – 17 years old. Talking about a great domain. Nobody wants to jump through hundreds of hoops to get money. This domain says it all, get simple cash.
FindAndFix.com – 9 years old. This domain reminds me of fix-a-flat for some strange reason. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. It just is, that’s all. I guess a person could use this domain to find out how to fix a wide range of things.
LetsForgive.com – 5 years old. Calling all churches, religious organizations, and marriage and relationship experts. This domain will focus ONLY on forgiving and NOT forgetting since I see no mention of forgetting in this domain. Please forgive me, and let’s move on.
HomeRoofRepair.com – 7 years old. This domain says exactly what it is, period. You might be competing against me for this domain. Not certain, but I’ll have to see how my other bids work out.
GBMMotors.com – 2 years old. Don’t know what the GBM stands for, but seems like a good name for a motor repair shop or a used car business.
CollegeSublets.com – 12 years old. Calling all free loaders…Oops, I mean college students needing someone to sub lease their space. Many colleges to choose from for this domain although you better make sure to understand the legal ramifications of subleasing or subletting.
KahnsDeli.com – 12 years old. Not sure who Kahn is, but he’s going to be sick after he finds out his domain has been auctioned. Hmm, on second thought, he and others may be sick from eating at the deli, which would explain why he’s out of business and this domain is up for auction. Ok, too far on this one.
CreativeSocks.com – 6 years old. Normal socks won’t do well on this domain, so you better get real creative with how “you’ll rock’em and sock’em” all the way to the bank with sock sales. Wait, isn’t that a Mattel game???
SocialWishes.com – 1 year old with 1 bid at $12 at the time of this writing. I think I like this domain better without the es. Next.
FiveStarTraining.com – 9 years old. When you train, you want to be the best trainer and your desire is to be trained by the best in the business. Although it might exist, I’ve never heard of anyone or training company trying to intentionally offer one star training.
PrepaidLoans.com – 11 years old. Seriously??? You’re going to pre-pay a loan just in case you need it in a jam. Wait, is that not what we do with insurance??? Hmm, just a thought.
8nap.com – Man, I could use a nap right now. Hold on, you almost had me on this one. I just realized the domain says 8nap and not a nap. Never mind. 1 years old.
8mos.com – Reminds me of 8 months for some reason. That’s about it. Oh well, so much for that domain. 1 years old.
Nothing here to see but a few domains I thought that could be used well as brands:
Just a couple of 4L .com domains:
Here’s a list of some decent 3L and 4L .net domains:
Last but not least, 5N and 6N .com domains: