Domain Auctions Ending 12/31/2015

Well, it’s the final day of 2015.  Many events have taken place this year.

Some feel good moments, while other moments are appalling and breathtaking to say the least.

All in all, I’ve a good and blessed year of many high moments and not many low moments.

I’m looking forward to 2016, and all that comes with it.  I’ll slow down on some fronts as it pertains to less search marketing customers or, put another way, more of a focus on profitable, value-add work with less customers.

It seems strange, but focusing on less customers will actually increase my bottom line, while reducing the stress and time it takes to no longer serve customers not aligned to Kickstart Commerce.

With my new found time, I plan on focusing a bit more on domain investing.  The domain industry as a whole is picking up quite a bit of steam over the last 1-2 years.

You probably picked up on this over the last week with the addition of the domain auctions ending posts that are now flanking the site.

In addition, I’ll change quite a bit of content on the product and services pages, removing some services and modifying others substantially.

Nevertheless, I’ll keep posting about SEO and Domain Investing when topics interest me, or when I think topics might be insightful for you and your business.

Well, cheers to the coming year, and I wish you and your business much success!

Let’s get to today’s domain auctions.  I’m giving you quite a number of domains as a parting 2015 gift.  

As always, click the domains to view their respective auction details.

SoundHustle.com – 7 years old. Didn’t know sound could be hustled. I guess it can, or at least the auction says it can.

WritersParty.com – So, i guess anyone can write at a writers party, or is it only a party for writers? 4 years old and 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing.

ChicagoChocolateFestival.com – 4 years old. I think Sexual Chocolate might perform at this festival. I can’t recall with great certainty, so don’t hold me to it. ChicacoChocolateFest.com or ChicolateFest.com are short versions that I like better. Then again, it’s not about what I like. It’s about what value bidders (that’s you!) see and value the domain to be.

WhiteNoiseMachine.com – 14 years old. I don’t know what my wife and I would have done without white noise machines and the iPhone apps to put our boys to sleep. It won’t be a quiet auction for this domain.

VisitNewBrunswick.com – 14 years old. “Visit” city domain names were once popular. What makes this domain more challenging is the .ca and .net versions are fully developed websites. Still a good action-oriented domain.

CloudWorkstation.com – Another hot cloud domain name. 2 bids at $15 at the time of this writing. 7 years old.

MyPassiveIncome.com – 15 years old. I guess this domain will be direct competition for Pat Flynn’s SmartPassiveIncome.com. Interesting domain for sure.

DorkDimension.com – 7 years old. I guess this domain could be for dimensionally-challenged dorks. Okay, a bit far reaching on that one.

ServiceDepot.com – 6 bids at $35 for this 16 year old domain. What a great brandable domain that lends itself to a vast number of businesses.

DripExpress.com – 3 years old with 1 bid at $10 at the time of this writing. I prefer Drip.com, but it’s taken. I guess this domain could be used for email marketing or really fast customer service drip irrigation company.

ContactNinja.com – If you want to brand this domain, then you better have a wide network or be a rainmaker when it comes to raining endless contacts. I think they call that person a Ninja or Sherpa.  4 years old.

GoodLeadz.com – Interesting domain spelling that wouldn’t pass the radio test, but it could make for a decent brandable domain. 7 years old.

HubsAndSpokes.com – I drive older cars from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. I lose a hub cap from time to time or put a dent in one when putting the hubcap back on from rotating tires. This a great wheels and wheel accessory domain for a website to be developed. 11 years of age with 1 bid at $12 at the time of this writing.

AngrySanta.com – Wait, was it Santa or Grandma that was ran over by a reindeer? If I were either one, I would be angry too to have gotten run over by a reindeer. 7 years old.

CubanReparations.com – 13 years old with 1 bid at $12. Didn’t know that there existed. Next.

DixieDeb.com – 17 years old with 2 bids at $15. Quite the domain if your name is Deb for short, and you’re a dixie.

LoTrade.com – Looks like a bidding frenzy is in progress for this 5 year old domain. Beyond my experience and intellect as to why this is the case for this domain.

ParklandInsurance.com – Just like the ring of this 5 year old domain name.  That’s all.

YourSEOMentor.com – 8 years old with 1 bid at $12 at the time of this writing. I’m thinking about bidding this one. Haven’t quite decided at the time I’m writing this. We’ll see what happens.

ChinaMaMa.com – Not truly a China market domain, but it’ll be interesting to see if China bids on this 15 year old domain.

TechRipe.com – 3 years old and a decent tech domain ripe for bidding (see what I did there). Could it be the next TechCrunch.com? Nah… guess we’ll wait and see.

Been a few days since I seen .cc domains I’d bid on:

avp.cc, wjr.cc

Here’s a trove of 4 character .net domains to bid on:

myxi.net
kzla.net
rcer.net
zbuk.net
ybfg.net
bucz.net
abqz.net
zfon.net
bukx.net
quyx.net
fatv.net
mrro.net
abqx.net
yuoz.net
faxz.net
zpet.net
acwt.net

Here’s a list of 4 and 5 character .com domains:

5lcd.com
orre.com
wxah.com
beatv.com
maakz.com
aoneo.com
crmcp.com

One 5N .com and a boatload of 6N .com domains:

41723.com
451988.com
326488.com
451388.com
437988.com
349588.com
459688.com
237988.com
365998.com
459388.com
349488.com
483988.com
413288.com
490388.com
413988.com
196488.com
496388.com
450988.com
425388.com
341988.com
459288.com
465988.com
497688.com
324388.com
227831.com
377950.com
347588.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.