Quick Poll: Which Domain Priced $100K Or More Will Sell At Webfest?

Now that the final list of the live domain name auction from Webfest has been released, we thought we would do a poll on which domain names with a reserve price of $100K you think will sell.

Here are your choices, you can pick up to 5 (but you have to place your selections all at the same time).

You also have the choice of none will sell

You can place your vote on the right and for bragging rights place your person picks in the comment section

costume.net $100,001 – $250,000
costumes.net $100,001 – $250,000
draw.com $100,001 – $250,000
remote.com $100,001 – $250,000
xu.com $100,001 – $250,000
animation.com $250,001 – $500,000
dominatrix.com $250,001 – $500,000
freewebsites.com $250,001 – $500,000
halloweencostumes.net $250,001 – $500,000
item.com $250,001 – $500,000
jf.com $250,001 – $500,000
judgment.com $250,001 – $500,000
message.com $250,001 – $500,000
thin.com $250,001 – $500,000
toxic.com $250,001 – $500,000
bali.com $750,001 – $1MM

Comments

  1. BrianWick says

    I like remote and draw the most – but any established buyer of those would have already bought them – and knowing this market where everybody is looking over their shoulder I am thinking none will sell either – as the only folks that would be buying are speculators

  2. says

    None will sell. The auction at this conference in this market at this time is a fiasco- a waste if everyone’s time and a third of the registration fee which would better be spent one on one training with experts like Castello Berkens schilling silver etc

  3. says

    When I first saw the list and reserves (without seeing any comments) I got the feeling we’ve seen this before. An auction with end user pricing marketed to domainers. I’d expect we’ll see a few sales at most, and the rest won’t meet reserve. Nice names in the list though, and the other function of a premium domain auction might just be to get more publicity for the conference, which is fair enough.

  4. says

    Don’t need to look at the list to say none. It’s a wholesale event. There are few domains that ever sell wholesale (at the present) over $100k, and almost 0 domains (in the present) that sell over $250k wholesale. I’m talking just single domains here.

  5. says

    I think there has been an influx of new domainers the past 12 months. Competition at the drop auction houses for domains of the $59-5,000 range has gotten more intense because of that. I’m seeing lower tier domains selling at 2009 levels again.

    I think the big buyers/domainers are in a ‘hold’ mode to use a stocks analogy. Top tier domains at domainer auctions won’t sell because of that.

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