Today I actually like the domains that have less than 10 bids on them more than the ones with significantly higher amount of bids on them. That doesn’t happen often. Here’s the list…
You can click on any of the domain names to be taken to its auction page.
My Top 5 Picks
1602.com – people love the NNNN.com’s.
1886.com – this one is even better with the double 8’s (which are lucky if you didn’t know).
DemoStudio.com – solid name, could be a product or a site for demo’s.
Garbage.info – reminds me of all the hand reg’d domains I had when I first started buying domains.
ibil.com – pronounceable vcvc.com’s are not as popular as cvcv domains but still worth a decent amount.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
Realigned.com – domain for an alignment shop?
WorkScheduler.com – nice sure there is a killer work scheduler software out there, a lot of people use Outlook.
Kiducate.com – educational products site for kids.
WarezOnline.com – not my cup of tea but warez sites are friggin popular.
TokyoAdvertising.com – I bet those electronic billboards in Toyko cost a few bucks to advertise on.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
GreenShip.com – I’m sure there are people out there who would pick a ship solely on the fact that it is green (not the color).