The Snapnames auction that is going on is actually pretty decent, in fact I’ve made a couple of bids and I can’t remember the last time I did that on a Snapnames auction. It is nice to see either no reserve or low reserves on a Snapnames auction. I had pretty much grown accustomed to $50k reserves on domains that nobody would pay more than $1,000 for. Here’s the list…

My Top 5 Picks – product domain. Though they may have peaked in terms of sales if everything keep moving towards the way of the tablet. – I think I need one of these, which will probably lead to roof replacement. – Profitable business, never understood why it was so expensive to get your car detailed though. – great name for an auto question and answer site. – I prefer having a barista serve me coffee, but the ladies might like this one more.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders – people are always looking for appraisals online for everything under the sun. Charge $10 per appraisal, have them email a picture, rake in the bucks. – lots of people need attorneys, good domain to have a directory of attorneys. – I think most people who want to get into making websites buy a book or two on HTML. I bought 4 of them when I started out. – recognizable, brandable, product domain. – nice name, only 2 bidders, I’ll be #3..

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000) – I say it often, putting “my” or “the” in front of a noun can be a good domain name to flip.

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