Domain Auctions Ending 1/19/2016

It’s another terrific Tuesday, and I’m ready for a few good auctions today.  I’m not stating which domains I’ll bid on exactly.

I’m certain that when I tip my cards and share which domains I’ll bid on, I have at least 2-3 additional bidders upping the price on auctions I would normally win at a lesser price.  That said, I won’t be sharing today, but I do wish you luck on the domains you’ll bid on. 🙂

In other news, DomainSherpa.com released a special NamesCon DomainSherpa Review that was recorded while at NamesCon 2016.  If you get a chance, do take a minute and watch.  The Sherpas share great insight for gTLDs and the new domain extensions, and their process for pricing domains.

Onto the domain auctions for today… As usual, click the domains to view their respective auction details.

Domain Auctions Ending Today

ElectricVehicleOutfitters.com – Could go with EVOutfitters.com for short, but it’s taken. 5 years old.

RakAirways.com – Not sure why it’s at ~$300, but an interesting airways name to say the least. 11 years old.

Austin360Bridge.com – Iconic bridge heading towards West / Northwest Austin, Texas. 7 years old.

CoDeveloped.com – I’m certain someone or startup can make good use of this name. 6 years old with 1 bid at the time of writing.

APlusLeads.com – 7 years old. This domain sounds more like a service or a product to brand than a keyword domain. Better keyword domains would be QualityLeads.com or QualifiedLeads.com. Still a decent domain though.

MetroCoupons.com – I’m not really a big coupons domain type of guy, but there is a whole world of “couponers” that would make use of this domain.

ScubaPortal.net – 10 years old. Not a bad domain for a scuba expert, guru, ninja or know it all.

FXFaq.com – Quite simple: Forex Frequently Asked Questions. Forex is very competitive and CPC is quite high. 11 years old.

Secularism.com – Interesting one word .com phrase that’s sure to stir a bidding frenzy.

ProgrammerLand.com – I spent a good bit of my career in the of enterprise software development. 13 years old with no bids at the time of writing.

Intoxicology.com – Seems like domain focused on celebrity deaths, and why/how they die. Maybe I’m the weird this time…

CutJobs.com – I thought we wanted to increase jobs and not cut jobs. Still a good domain. 11 years old with 1 bid.

TrustedPhotographer.com – What a great photographer domain to brand. 5 years old.

TexasDivorceGuide.com – A decent domain name for a texas divorce lawyer to develop and brand as their own. 11 years old with 4 bids.

LegacyBBall.com – Calling all my hoopsters. I’m certain that there has to be a bball squad named “Legacy” somewhere in this world. 6 years old with 1 bid.

eTreeService.com – Seems like “e” names are gaining more and more momentum, like back in the early domain days. 11 years old with 1 bid.

HotPaint.com – Two easy words brought together. This makes me think of a auto body and paint shop. Get hot paint for your hot wheels. 17 years old with 1 bid.

CheckFlightStatus.com – 12 years old with NO bids. Not a bad domain although it could be perceived to be a bit long. Seems like all other domains are taken but none have been developed. Make be worth a shot.

AirlineDelay.com – You’ve got your pick of this domain or the previous one, although I like the plural for this domain rather than the singular. 11 years old with NO bids.

WaterfrontFinance.com – Not a bad domain for a companying financing waterfront getaways, lots, houses, etc. 11 years old with 3 bids.

YuanUp.com – China’s stock market is doing the opposite of this domain right now. 2 years old for those who dare to purchase.

ColumbusChiro.com – 5 years old with 1 bid. Calling all chiropractors that live in a city named Columbus. If you want more business, this is the domain name to bid, develop and brand.

HowToJuice.com – Name says it all. I’m not certain what were juicing, but I’m sure I’ll learn how when this domain is developed. 6 years old with 5 bids.

UTASports.com – A good domain for a high school or college team to brand. Makes me think of TexasSports.com.

TunesPlanet.com – I just like this name. Not certain how one could use it, but its definitely two good keywords married together. 11 years old with NO bids at the time of this writing.

RealEstateAppraisalService.com – 17 years old with 1 bid. This domain is a tad bit long to say the least, but I still like it because it uses the right keywords for such a competitive industry and market.

TexasRealEstateFirm.com – If you’re a Texas real estate firm or real estate agent looking to get a leg up on your competition, then you’ll want to bid on this name for sure. 12 years old with 1 bid at the time of this writing.

ABCTruckSupply.com – No bids at the time of this writing for this 11 year old domain. Good domain to brand, and easy to remember.

StormPanels.com – With all the recent violent weather patterns, this is the perfect weather-related domain for storm panel products and services. 17 years old with 1 bid.

Long list of domains to brand any way you see fit:

ManageYourExpenses.com
TheBurnMachine.com
RedwoodCityTowing.com
PitbullAttacks.com
PhotoCar.com
CatastropheBonds.com
PopularPublishers.com
SkyDollar.com
MSFunding.com
Munchr.com
BugFlex.com
USATruckSupply.com
USTruckSupply.com
TrucksGo.com
Soundroid.com
WebStudia.com
BandWatch.com
PerlHealth.com
AvatarGuitar.com
AiContract.com
WebClust.com
ChicSociety.com
TorrentToolbar.com

A handful of numeric domains to consider:

82721.com
281213.com
871216.com
009838.com
009828.com

The mixed bag of 4C .com domains:

yw55.com
w791.com
r772.com
uo55.com
ud33.com
l172.com
x791.com

The market for 4L .com domains seems to be shrinking:

vgok.com
csaf.com
mlve.com

One 3L and a plethora of 4L .net domains:

gdp.net
tsii.net
hefz.net
rhsn.net
ysmm.net
dmff.net
emaz.net
oneg.net
iyli.net
eeju.net
nlhw.net
jmoc.net
kyri.net
pynn.net
dgci.net
gnaf.net
swkh.net
dgln.net

A mixed bag of .net domains:

8rt.net
7r5.net
7724.net

The grab bag of .cc, .co and .org domains:

peak.cc
tuwa.co
grlc.org
bnpp.org
twds.org
sbcd.org
zhsb.org

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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.