There’s an amazing name in today’s Look Ahead section that I am 100% a strong bidder on. In fact, as I wrote below if this domain does not hit 5 figures that I will be the winner because I’m confident paying up to 5 figures for it, from there I’d need to see where it goes. Here’s the list…

My Top 5 Picks – people search online for these… yeah, like the money making idea tree that grows in people’s heads they are going to write down and post online for you. – nice pronounceable – you can take out a loan to buy land, or you can use your land as collateral to take out a loan. Dual purpose domain. – sweet name for a sports site that profiles players. Or a site to acknowledge the guys who hook up the most. – Some people like paying more for organic food. Give them what they want at the higher price.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders – nice brandable domain, something Barnes & Noble could use to help people. – put “the” in front of a good keyword and you have a solid domain (usually). – ypeople love to review everything, and people love to read reviews on everything, why not real estate? – the crowd funding sites are hot now, Kickstarter, indiegogo, etc… – I put it here because there’s a lot of companies that use the word ‘echo’ so maybe you’ll get lucky with a .co .

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000) – only reason I put this here is because everyone recognizes the countdown numbers… 3…2…1… definitely not a fan of numbers with .co but that is just me.

A Look Ahead (a few domains for auction that are coming up in the next few weeks) – how strong of a domain is this? Only 1 bidder so far because there’s still almost a month before it goes off the board, but this is a 5 figure domain name guaranteed (otherwise I’ll be the winner). – it’s a last name, it’s a first name, tons of companies use this name. This domain will do well at auction. – some’s I don’t like, some I do, and I like this one.

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