The upcoming TRAFFIC auction may present you with a good opportunity to buy a domain at a great price. Since they are not having internet bidding this is going to keep the number of bidders much lower than it would have been. While you do have a few hundred domainers live in person I think there will still be opportunities to scoop up a good domain for a great price (you can call and bid by phone). Rick has been very forthright stating that the prices will be reseller prices and not end user prices. It will be interesting to see how it goes and I’ll be by my phone for it. Here’s the list…
If you did not catch yesterday’s list there are plenty of premium .co domains that has only a few bidders or zero bidders.
My Top 5 Picks
1cc.com – I haven’t really looked into how much CCC.com’s go for on Namejet versus what you can flip them for, but I will see how this one goes. Like the “cc” here.
UnlockedMobiles.com – big market for unlocked mobile phones.
Newscasters.com – another word for anchorman. Could be an interesting domain for a vlog on the news.
PrivateInvestigating.com – lots of PI’s out there. Pretty good domain for them to use for their business.
RCRR.com – nice LLLL.com. Whenever I see RR I think Reading Railroad (i.e. Monopoly).
My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders
786.co – interested to see what the market determines the value of a NNN.co is.
eOpening.com – could be a site for webmasters to get their newly launched sites listed on (like a press release type of article).
Squido.com – you may get some trouble here from Squidoo but I bet this domain gets a lot of type in traffic.
MonetizeVideo.com – could be an instructional site letting people know how to profit from their video submissions online. Or a Clickbank product domain.
eEscort.com – escorts love advertising their ‘services’ online, just ask Craigslist about it.
My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)
BusinessReward.com – site that allows businesses to reward their clients, customers, suppliers, etc…