Domain Auctions Ending 12/30/2015

The last Hump Day of 2015 is here!  Some of us are sleeping the week away due to not having to go to work.  But for those of us grinding out the last few days of 2015, keep grinding.  It’ll pay off soon enough.  Regardless, make it a good one.

From reading a variety of online posts, both SEO and Domaining are poised for a big win year heading into 2016.

Will voice search lead the way in 2016?

My SEO area of focus for 2016 will be mobile and social.   Both areas of interest will play a vital role as more companies focus on voice search via smartphones, and more digital assistant apps are launched in a forever changing search landscape.

If you’re website is not mobile, you’re signing the desktop death certificate, and your website’s search rankings and traffic are sure to come to a trickle and then an abrupt halt.

But will voice search place a search gap between the have and have not businesses in 2016?

Can new domain extensions turn the corner in 2016 and become mainstream?

As for domaining, there’s so much expectation on whether 2016 will be the year that the general public buys into the new gTLD’s or new domain extensions.

My guess is that companies will focus on .brand while the general public still lives on unaware of the new virtual real estate for the next couple of years.  This doesn’t mean I’m against the new gTLD’s. I own a handful of carefully selected domain extensions myself as it pertains to local markets and my area of expertise.

I think the general public will come around should companies investing heavily in using and marketing their very own .brand domain. But can domain investors, registries and registrars hold until this happens to reap great fortunes?  That’s the question we’ll see played out in 2016 and likely for years to come.

Nevertheless, I’ve kept you waiting long enough for today’s domain auctions.  There are some decent aged names with low pricing in auction today.  Click the domain to view respective domain auction details.

SteelTrading.com – It sure ain’t plastic trading with a name like this. That’s for sure. 16 years old and I look for a highly active auction for this domain.

MoneyDog.com – Aye mane, where’s my money? Uh, my dog ate it. And there you have money dog, or maybe not. 14 years old with 9 bids at $50.

TradePlatform.com & TradePlatform.net -What a brandable domain this is to use to create an online business. The .com has 25 bids and currently at $256 at the time of this writing.

CareCheckUp.com – Only a year old with 2 bids at $17 at the time of this writing. Seems like marginalized name to me for someone to pickup at a decent price.

ForumCoding.com – I would personally prefer the inverse of this domain. But it ain’t so, so this will have to do for now. 7 years old with 2 bids bidding at $15. Not certain this domain will have much activity.

1bbq.com – I like this domain as a brandable for a company with bbq based products or services. It short’s, 1 years old and only 3 bids at $24 at the time of this writing. Will China get in on this bid? I doubt it.

SilverCityClub.com – I guess cover is 65 and up on this domain. 13 years old with 13 bids at $90.

TGSFlorida.com – Not sure what the TGS stands for, but it caught my as a possible domain to land in auction. 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing. 6 years old.

ECRGallery.com – 13 years old and 9 bids at $255 at the time of this writing. Not sure what ECR could stand for, but letters are quite attractive. I see a bidding war for this domain.

TribeCapital.com & TribeCapital.net – Looks like you can bid on both domains and shut everyone out. I like both as “TribeCapital” as a VC, banking, or investing ring to it.

PNPSolution.com – Maybe Plug-N-Play Solution, or maybe not? 12 years old and 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing.

MoneyMakingResults.com – Some persons are going to get into a bidding war over this mess of a domain. Seems like nothing but hype to me. We’ll see though.

TowerSpeakers.com – The name says it all. If you’re a speaker manufacturer or distributor, then this is the domain for you. 13 years old with 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing.

PitShopper.com – For some reason this made me think of BBQ pits first and not pit bulls. Either could work, but I like my first thought the best. 12 years old with 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing.

BestArtFilms.com – Calling all art film connoisseurs for this rich domain although I would cast a vote for ArtFilms.com if it were available. 7 years old with 1 bid at $12 at the time of this writing.

GeekSuperstore.com – Sell bobbleheads, pocket protectors, drones, googles, and any other geek merchandise. 13 years old. 1 bid at $12 at the time of this writing.

QuickResponseHVAC.com – Nice brandable domain with 1 bid at $12 at the time of this writing and 5 years old.

Lucias.net – Let’s see… there’s wine, baby name, Mexican restaurant and more. 12 years old with 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing.

DearMedia.com – 10 years old with 0 bids. I’m certain there’s much to say on the topic of Media, both good and bad. Let’s see how this auction works out.

Extensionist.com – I’m certain hair stylists might not want to be called this. Who knows. 10 years old with 0 bids.

Nothing like a few 4 character .net domains to bid on.  Watch out for the v, as it’s a lesser value consonant.

abr.net
xhsw.net
epcb.net
oeve.net
qlrs.net
ncdj.net
ybxy.net
vavz.net
ctcms.net

Here’s a few 6N .com domain pebbles for you to bid on:

778916.com, 996078.com, 997078.com

A few 4 character and one 5 character .com domains to go along with those .net’s from above:

zkng.com
yrkk.com
hdfe.com
dkvf.com
ovdb.com
yzcp.com
cyfer.com

A few more 5N .net domain pebbles to go along with the 6N .com domains from above:

38922.net, 17622.net, 17878.net, 10131.net

Last but not least, a few mixed character .com domains to keep a bidding eye on:

98bi.com
57cg.com
37es.com
82hx.com
xd28.com
yf78.com
na19.com
la66.com
19dg.com
45zy.com
19zd.com
80fz.com

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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.