I did not want to renew the .co domains that I had so I auctioned them off at Godaddy with a $10 starting bid. The auction ended and they all sold. I had about 12 LLL.co domains and 7 of them sold for $10. The best one sold for $120. My belief is that the .co market is dead and I find it funny that the cost to renew a .co is more than 3 times the cost of renewing a .com. Where’s the value there? On the bright side I saw that CricketScore.com sold for $118,000 and I own BaseballScore.com. I had it listed at Sedo for a fixed price of $2,000. Nobody scooped it up (I did get a $250 offer on Godaddy as someone wanted to ‘steal’ it from me) so I removed my fix price at Sedo last night as my asking price just went up. This is a good example of how having a fixed price could screw you. Here’s the list…

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

My Top 5 Picks

CyberBlog.com – nice old domain, you can have an original Web 1.0 face blog on this domain.

TitsCam.com – who’s not going to love this site once its built out?

TestingPro.com – testing and review site anyone?

Ottomans.net – nice product domain even if there is a .net at the end of it.

DownloadZone.com – nice name, definitely a quality brandable.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

MagicWand.net – sell it to a Harry Potter fanatic.

AdvancedGardening.com – I’m sure there are tips that the pros can share with the masses, like how to keep weeds out of my flowerbed without killing the flowers and without weeding every week.

HotSong.com – only a few bidders, surprising.

CrowdFlash.com – I saw some pictures of crowd flashes online. I think it peaks interest to see 500 naked people at once.

CountryCDS.com – not a country fan myself, but it is a huge market.

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

TrendingFood.com – trending is a hot word. People love food. Put them together and you got a nice site for a blog about the latest food trends.

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