Domain Auctions Ending 1/12/2016

I had a chance to view a live stream of Frank Schilling’s 2016 Keynote at Namescon.  Heck, Uniregistry even launched a newly branded website during Frank’s keynote.  Talk about daring.

Then, Frank upped the ante by demoing the Uniregistry phone app.  The app did work although it wasn’t without latency issues awaiting for domains that were pushed from one account to another.

Nevertheless, the live feeds offer by Namescon (a BIG thank for those of us who couldn’t make it!) made me kick myself at why I didn’t buy my tickets, airplane tickets and hotel room.  Oh well, I’ll be there for sure in 2017.

I have to be honest and say that I’ve been able to snag a few good names without inflated bid pricing or anyone sniping me within the last 10 minutes of auction.  I know it’ll be pure war next week as everyone gets back into the swing of things after the conference.  For now, I’ll enjoy this time while I have it.  Oh well, onto the domains.

As usual, click the domains to view the respective auction details.

Domain Auctions Ending Today – What my house looked like when I finished unpacking everything after the move. 7 years old. 1 bid @ $10. – If your company is about solar power and mobile adapters, then it’s time to get your bid on for this keyword domain. Minimum bid is $69. – An express bridge it is… right into exuberant interest and possibly a never-ending loan. 17 years old. – Great short .com for a church with the initials “SO”. 7 years old with 1 bid @ $12. – 11 years old and NO bids at the time of writing. I doubt this domain will stay low in price. Only time will tell though. – From a podcasting program to spray can cast blast, I’m certain this domain will have no problems securing bidders. Currently,12 years old. – I have one every few days watering or chasing my boys around the yard from spring to early fall. I and my feet can’t wait until the grass is green and weather is warmer. 13 years old with 1 bid @ $12. – Solid keyword domain, and I’m sure there’s a lot of talk about this in general. 12 years old. – I personally prefer the Pacific, but I’ll take what I get when I can get it. 6 years old with 1 bid. – Jackpot! No, I said No one said anything about jack. If you’re looking for a SEO domain to brand, then try your luck with this 6 year old domain. – I grew up not too far from Denton, Texas… It was small back then. Too bad I can’t say the same now. I’m certain there are doctors in need of this domain and it’s prime for build out because the singular is parked. 12 years old. – Apparently the .net has been developed by a company in Phoenix, AZ. Currently 1 bid at $10. 7 years old. – A decent name for new movie only streaming service… good luck. 15 years old. – I didn’t think this name passed the radio test, but it’s quite popular based on the number of bids I’m seeing at the moment. 20 years old. – How’s the resolution going so far? Okay, I’ll stop. 6 years old. – Yet another keyword domain for a huge industry. Currently 12 bids at 18 years old. – Great geo keyword domain that says what it is. Nothing more to say other than it’s 18 years old and 22 bids. – A great on word that caught my eye. 17 years old. – Not sure what we’re flipping, but it’s likely houses, cars, coins and pancakes. 6 years old.

A nice list of domains to brand:

And of course we can’t forget the fast moving 4L .com domains:

Nothing like a few 5L and 6L .com domains:

And last but not least, one 3L mixed in a garden of 4L .net domains:

Written by Alvin Brown
He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable digital strategies for greater commerce.