Do you do this? Because if you do you will lose my business… I saw a domain I liked yesterday listed on an aftermarket platform with a “Make Offer” spot. I made a low four figure offer for the domain. The domain name is a two word domain and the Estibot value (which I know is pretty worthless but still a loose point of reference) is $1,700. This is not a super premium domain. But it fit a niche I’m getting into so I was interested in it. I get the counter offer back in my email this morning for $2,000,000. When I get some bullshit like that I don’t bother anymore with the domain or person. Would I have come up further from my offer, sure, I don’t throw out the top dollar I’m willing to pay in my first offer. But this jackass won’t be seeing a penny of it because when a person throws back a moronic counter offer I’m done. There are other domains out there, I don’t need to waste my time or money dealing with morons. Here’s the list…

Taking a look ahead today at the best upcoming auctions. Some nice upcoming auctions, be sure to save some $ so you can try to grab one or some.

Trumpet.com – a company that manufacturers trumpets would be foolish not to acquire this.

Liu.com – sounds like an Asian name, could also stand for Long Island (Utilities).

SeattleRestaurant.com – there’s some good dining in Seattle.

Recruter.com – it’s a typo that a lot of people looking for jobs would be typing and that is a highly profitable niche.

FrozenYogurt.com – not as popular as when TCBY was cleaning up shop but still tastes pretty damn good.

TacomaRealEstate.com – getting a popular city + RealEstate is very hard and expensive nowadays.

iBanking.com – huge domain name that I think banks would kill for.

LawnDoctors.com – great brandable domain for a brick and mortar business to start on.

Godparents.com – I have two of them, you probably do too.

AudioPlayer.com – I think most everyone will recognize the term. Now you just need to build out a kick ass app and brand it as this.

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