10 Responses to “Domain Picks Dropping on June 18th 2013”

  1. BullS says:

    Better starts selling all your me and tv before the new gtlds kick in.

    it Seems like you are the only one selling the most tv/me domains, of course, you the one that owns 100000000000 tv/me domains.

    • Mark says:

      It’s funny I only started getting .me and .tv because of the new TLD’s coming lol, I figured if some new TLD’s start getting known and used then I would prefer a .tv or .me to most the new .things I have seen, but then they started selling also, I sell them now, so I have got others I think will sell. I probably won’t be getting any new TLD’s though, I didn’t do the .xxx or .co or .mobi, etc…

  2. BullS says:

    I love to reg dot com with 99 cent codes, thank you GD…

    Hand reg potlabel.com and watermelonpolitics.com for 99 cent each.

    Already have offers to sell for more than 1000% which is $10..ha ha

  3. Mike says:

    I use to have TrafficTickets.tv, and I regret selling it! Everyday I pass by end users who I could have pitched to.

    • BullS says:

      Mike…let that dot tv dropped.
      Learn it from the Master Mark, he has all the generic tv/me

      When comes to new gtlds, generic are the 1st to be taken and easily sold to suckers.

  4. Irfan says:

    Mark,
    Just one question: Why don’t you list domain name with a link to it like DomainShane does? I think it eases to locate the auctioneer.

    • Mark says:

      Hello Irfan,

      It’s complicated but most domains on Shane’s lists are in specific auctions or pre-release auctions which means they are not pending delete yet, so the auctions are usually exclusive, a domain registered at GoDaddy and in a pre-release auction at GD will be got by GD and will stay at GD and keep it’s age, it never actually expires and deletes, so there is a specific link Shane can link to.

      I list expired pending delete names that can potentially be registered by any body if they are quick enough, most are not quick enough so the name will more than likely get picked up by NameJet or SnapNames or a BO service, etc. So your best bet is going and putting in bids at these services, my putting a link to a NameJet auction on a pending delete name could be worthless as there is no guarantee NJ will get the name.

      Regards,

      Mark

  5. Irfan says:

    Thanks Mark for explaining the process in detail. Really appreciate. Would you let me to copy and paste your answer at my blog for my reference and for others with a link to your post?.

  6. DoktorThomas™ says:

    re: FindTheRightBra.com

    This is a domain needed by 85% of the female population…

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