Domain Auctions Ending 3/9/2016

Somehow we got back to Wednesday and in a real big hurry too.

My week has been going well for the most part, although I would prefer for my boys to not be sick with strep.  But this too shall pass.

As for today’s auctions, I’m not certain how I did not include any 4L .net domains and a limited number of 4L .com domains.  And don’t ask about numerics in any extension.  It’s like I feel in love with keywords, geos, and keyword phrases this hump day.  Oh well, there’s always tomorrow. 🙂

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Onto today’s domain auctions.  As usual, click domains to view their respective auction detail.

Domain Auctions Ending Today – My momma always told me to watch out about who I keep company with. 13 year old domain with a $10 bid. – Seems to be short for Valuation Network. The Net kinda throws me off a bit, but not bad for a 17 year old domain. – Good 6 year old domain to brand a specialized chopper company or safari touring service. – This is your domain if you’re a payroll specialist, expert or consultant. 16 years old with NO bids. – Heck, I might bid on this name. I actually own a few sherpa names. If you don’t think you can build a brand on this domain, then check out 11 years old with NO bids. – Sounds a top-notch affiliate marketer sharing their secrets about how they are raking in the cash while lounging on the couch. 8 years old with 1 bid. – There is a service in Liberty Hill, Texas that uses I used them a while back. I guess seeing this 7 year old domain name brought back memories. – Well, winter is over, but you might make a killing to buy it now and develop it for next fall and winter. 9 years old with a $10 bid. and – the first’s .com is not developed, so you still have time. The second is a bit longer, but it’s solid. – I like the singular and the plural works as second best when you can’t get your hands on the coveted singular .com. 16 years old with 1 bid. – Another automated micro services payment provider. “I’d buy that for a dollar![,]” says RoboCop. 11 years old with a $12 bid. – It somebody always willing to flip, and buy and sell houses. Not a bad geo keyword domain to brand at 16 years old and NO bids. – I think this domain is in buy-it now status. Just kidding… You’ve got hours left on this 11 year old domain auction with NO bids. – Could stand for Virginia or Veteran Affairs. I would opt for later based on the news over the last few years.

A trove of domain auctions worth keeping an eye on:

A few 4L and 5L .com domains… that’s all for today:

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.