Domain Auctions Ending 3/30/2016
I’m not certain how Wednesday got here so quick, but I am glad to see it.
In the latest domaining news, Google just kicked the bucket on dropping .com from its registrar’s url address. Once domains.google.com, the new url is now domains.google.
I look at this as a shot heard around the world. I look for more brands to wake up and warm up to using their own branded domains as well as new top-level domain extensions.
Now this is not to say that many won’t keep their .com address because many will. In fact, my guess is that many will redirect their .com to their newly branded domain extension.
Also, I read an interesting article on TheDomains.com about the other shoe dropping on the Chinese market. This is something to read and keep an eye on moving forward.
That’s all I have for today. Onto today’s domain auctions ending. As usual, click domains to view their respective auction detail and data.
Domain Auctions Ending Today
HowToBecomeAMechanic.com – 5 years old with a $10 bid. Easy enough to understand although a bit long. You could try to purchase BecomeAMechanic.com.
NoBackPain.com – 14 years old and riding a high-bidding tide. Perfect keyword domain phrase for a back doctor or specialist to build their digital presence upon.
WholesaleCoins.com – I might snag this 17 year old domain that currently has a $12 bid. I own a few decently trafficked Wholesale domains.
DumpsterExpress.com – Great domain to brand for a waste management, or dumpster rental or purchase company. 7 years old with a $12 bid.
Dulcimer.net – A free-standing, fretted four-string instrument. 18 years old with 9 bids and counting.
PremierGlassTint.com – Might be tricky on spelling for some, but not a bad domain to develop and build a business on. 10 years old with 6 bids and counting.
Cheap.cc – Ain’t nothing cheap about this auction. 13 years old.
An interesting list of additional domain auctions to keep an eye on today:
Good ole .net and .com numeric domains:
Told ya the 4L .net domain auctions would come back strong this week:
A handful of decent domain auctions: