GoDaddy continues to drive more offers for more than Sedo. The new homepage of GoDaddy sucks and is not intuitive though. Why do sites always want to change their design… if you have something that works keep it. Look at Digg, they wanted to ‘upgrade’ and ended up burying themselves while competitor Reddit has kept the same look and is now number 1 in that niche. Here’s the list…


 You can click on any of the domain names to be taken to its auction page.

My Top 5 Picks

99a.com – normally I don’t like 3 character domains that are a mixture of numbers and letters but this one looks pretty good to me.

Arip.com – Easy to say vcvc.com.

Skillet.net – product domain. Always have resale value (depending on what you pay).

TheRecipe.com – people love recipes. This name is pretty good for that niche.

Petcage.com – for dogs, ferrets, hamsters, gerbils, etc… Big market.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

BatesMotel.com – looking at domain names every day can drive you a little psycho.

YoureTheBest.com – tribute site, buy it, plaster your significant other’s picture on it, tell her to visit YoureTheBest.com, receive your bounty.

Tawl.com – pronounceable llll.com with only 1 bidder.

Demographic.net – always lots of talk about the demographic shift of the country, could be an info site on this trend.

Kskc.com – nice llll.com, KC=kansas city.

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)

BicycleRide.com – sounds like a game, you can take a bicycle ride through fabulous places like the ghetto, Syria, Saddam’s fallen palace, or Wyoming.

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