The under 10 bidder section of today’s list is pretty strong. I always love when I go into a Namejet auction and there’s only a few bidders. You have the defined number of people you’re competing against and it is one of the things on Namejet I enjoy most. The other auction sites let new guys come in at the last minute if they want to and I know some people are come there in late just to drive up the price. Here’s today’s list…

My Top 5 Picks – it starts off bad (4) but it finishes strong (8). I’ll throw $800 at it. – first names are good investments, you could sell email addresses off it. – there should be a company or two that is in this business and could use the domain. The problem though when buying a domain that has a limited amount of end users, if you can’t convince any of them of the domain’s worth then you’re stuck with the domain and need to try to turn it into a lead gen site or a content site. – it’s a last name and a foundation and businesses use it in their names. – I feel like video killed the radio star… errrrrr, I mean tablets killed the notebook market, but if you’re optimistic about it then this domain may be for you.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders – this could easily become a Clickbank product, solid name. – short, one word, has a sexual meaning, has a non-sexual meaning. – I don’t know the legal rules of owning a person’s domain name, but if you’re OK with it this is a pretty darn good one to own. – there’s a ton of people who do fantasy baseball and who run fantasy baseball sites, this is a solid name to sell to one of ’em. – maybe a staffing agency would like to pick this one up. Or create a free classified ad site on it.

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000) – I could see this as a brandable for a music label, a trendy fashion line, or a dating tips site.

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