Best of Friday Godaddy Domain Auctions 11-16-12

November 16, 2012 by Nameclerk  
Filed under Domain Names for Sale, Expired Domains

Looks like we'll be closing out the week with another average Godaddy list. I had high hopes for this one after noticing early on, but not a lot of gems followed during my search. Hopefully the weekend brings better names. Have a great day and weekend too! - Another public auction for a 3 letter .com that probably won't meet the reserve price. Currently at $3,205 on 26 bids. Good domain in a lucrative niche. It'll cost you though as it's already over $600. 16 years old and registered in many extensions. - Pretty long but full of good keywords. This term has plenty of search results and paying advertisers. No bids. Is it a typo or a brandable? A rare domain that's both. 14 years old, reg'd in a few extensions and currently at $260. - A call to action domain with an edge to it. Still waiting for its first bid. - A good domain for a good cause. No bids.

122 domain auctions are listed below. The Godaddy auctions begin ending at 12pm EST and continue through late afternoon EST.

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One Response to “Best of Friday Godaddy Domain Auctions 11-16-12”
  1. Nick Capece says: may seem to look good by the fact the one would think “wedding advisor” would be a logical term. BUT the search term itself is actually very weak, the current SERP for the term has virtually no competative commerical interest. The 16 year age may be the driver or the perhaps brandability? To cap it off, IMO this domain has been deindexed from Google – ouch.

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