Domain Auctions Ending 2/2/2016

And the Groundhog says what today?  I guess we’ll see what Phil has to say about our weather here in a few hours.  I’m hoping that we receive an early Spring here in Texas and don’t have to endure any more cold weather until late in 2016.  That’s my wish although I know we could use a good freeze or two to kill all of the insects.

In other new, it’s my grandmother’s 84th birthday, and what a blessing it is for her to be in sound mind, body and spirit.  Happy Birthday Grandma!

In the latest domaining news, there is a great post on NamePros about whether or not you should buy domains.  It’s a great read for those of your trying to keep up with the minute-by-minute domain trends surrounding the substantial growth in numeric domain ownership.

And last but not least, recently posted another great read pertaining to the importance of obtaining the perfect domain name.  Read why not just any ole’ domain name will do, and how a few high profile companies learn this costly lesson…

Oh well, that’s all I got today.  Onto today’s auction. As usual, click domains to view their respective auction details.

Domain Auctions Ending Today – 14 years old and 1 bid. Not a bad domain for he or she that considers themselves a copyright guru. – This is what I call a medicine ball. 11 years old with 1 bid. – 10 years old with NO bids. Get the latest news scoop on the all brands of dog food. – I like better. But if it’s not available, then I would settle for this domain. 10 years old with 1 bid. – If that’s all you’re selling, then you chose a great state to be in to sell lamps year around. 8 years old with 1 bid. – Make me think of chainsaws at first glance and then bicycle chains. 8 years old. – Unfortunately this happened to my best friend’s mother a few days ago. 6 years old with 1 bid. – You live or die by one. I choose to live by one and find great financial freedom in doing so. 16 years old. – 18 years old and yes this will be a domain auction that’ll be quite popular. Name says it all even though the triple “s” can play tricks on my eyes. – Much to lose should someone ever develop this site into sharing every’s one dirty little secrets. 18 years old with 1 bid.

Couldn’t think of much to say about these domains, but brand away:

Interesting 4L, 5L, 6L and 7L .com domain auctions today:

A few more NNLL and LLNN .com domains:

The mixed bag of 4C domains:

Yes, 4L .net domains are still moving and grooving right along:

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.