Domain Auctions Ending 1/28/2016

It’s Thursday and a short week for me.  I’m glad to have had a vacation although it didn’t go as planned.  I did have to take a few calls, but nothing intense.  So, it’s like I worked yet had longer breaks of play and relaxation in between.

In other news, I’m slowly figuring out the Chinese Stock Market and that all this activity we’re seeing and experiencing around Chinese domain investing is nothing new under the sun.

In fact, there has been a year over year growth for the last couple of years.  And this is good news for those of us selling domains.  It means that the Chinese are introducing new currency into the market, helping the market grow exponentially.

Who knows how long this trend will last.  Many are saying its a short-lived bubble and it will crash soon and very soon.  However, my belief is that we’ll continue to see the domain industry expand.  Here’s why…

I recently found that China’s government unveiled its Internet Plus plan.  This plan aims to integrate the Internet with China’s traditional industries in hopes of spurring additional economic growth.

My best guess is that the Internet Plus plan will increase the number of domains purchased both as investments and as online businesses.    I look for more and more Chinese online businesses to be birthed over the next 3-5 years to give their local economy the boost it very much needs right now.

It’ll be interesting to see how this all turns out.  I’m quite hopeful for the domain industry as a whole growing and sustaining the new investment influx.  Take a moment and read more at,,, and

Let’s get to the domain auctions ending today.  As usual, click the domains to view their respective auction details.

Domain Auctions Ending Today – Probably better to be, but that’s already taken. 13 years old with NO bids. – 7 years old with 1 bid at time of writing. Decent domain to use for a mobility therapist offering services in the Austin market. – Sounds like a late night TV show of some sort about the Chicago nightlife. 17 years old with NO bid. – Not really sure about this domain. It’s quite popular with 18 bids. 17 years old. – Bid and win this domain with nothing but cash. 1 bid. 15 years old. – Just visit the average American’s garage for a lesson. 1 bid. 5 years old. – Personally, I prefer gold, but I guess I can live with sliver. Geez… 24 bids. – Sounds like a busy coffee spot to stop and sip a while. 8 years old. 1 bid. – Not a big fan of rock clothing, but this is the domain for all you classic rock lovers looking to buy, swap or get rid of gear. 12 years old. – It’s TAX TIME! In all you do, pay your taxes! If you can, pay them early, but don’t over pay. Could be an informational site about the tips and tricks for paying your taxes early without over paying. Who knows… 11 years old. – Straight up geo plus keyword .com domain that says exactly what you do. 12 years old with no bid.

Brand away with the domain auctions ending today:

For those looking for numeric domains:

For the 4L, 5L an 6L .com fans:

It’s all about the mixed bag of 4C .com domains:

Not really a .cc guy, but saw this one:

Finally, 4L .net domains are on FIRE:

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.