Anyone else tired of the gTLD talk? What I am interested in is how Google will handle the gTLDs, and also how will they handle the gTLDs that they applied for if/when they come to own them? Google has been criticized for putting their sites near the top of the rankings so wonder if this will even further push down people’s websites… Now onto today’s list.
You can click on any of the domain names to be taken to its auction page.
My Top 5 Picks
TotalCheck.com – sounds official, nice name for a software or analytics product.
SharedWebHosting.net – big money in shared hosting, either providing it or linking to affiliate sites.
TechPeople.com – nice name for an open blog that allows tech people to post.
vFootball.com – could be a nice app to start a virtual football league.
InternetDevelopment.com – memorable name for a website development company.
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
iLater.com – sounds like an interesting app.
BalloonWars.com – seems like shows are popping up using the “wars”, i.e. Storage Wars.
FastThing.com – site about things that go fast, maybe the latest 500HP cars.
MadMoney.tv – could have a trademark issue depending on how you use it.
WashInc.com – good name for a company, window washing, car washing, etc…
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
UnevenBars.com – one of the events for gymnasts. Nice name for something relating to gymastics.
There are also 52 LLL.com domains that are being auctioned off, you can see the list here.
There are also a ton of great names being auctioned off at Snapnames that you can get a prebid on now, you can see the list here.