January’s Great Domains auction hopes to match last month’s total.
After selling over $500,000 last month, January’s Sedo Great Domains auction kicked off earlier today and runs through January 22. Already two low priced but notable domains have met their reserves: Forgive.com at $4,999 and gaps.com at $2,350 (the latter started with no reserve).
There are two two character .com domains in the auction with reserves between $50,000 and $100,000. One is PZ.com, owned by DNForum owner Adam Dicker. Dicker sold ZP.com for $81,000 at the last Great Domains auction, although the transaction does not appear to be complete yet. WQ.com is owned by an Illinois man.
Fired.com, the subject of a no-brainer UDRP action last year, is on the block for between $10,000 and $25,000.
Sedo managed to get some great domains in the auction with no reserve, including Starship.com, Adverbs.com, Cheetahs.com, FZF.com, and VZJ.com.
Other domains to keep an eye on include:
Sued.com $25,000-$50,000 – perfect for a defense lawyer
There are some good auctions at Sedo outside the Great Domains auction as well.
InTheCloud.com – $1,250 – great name for cloud computing
EasyWeb.com – $6,100
WeDo.com $10,000 – certainly the bidder wants to create a wedding web site
Debate.org – $9,000 – The steal of the decade award goes to Debate.com, which sold for only $2,500 back in 2004