Latonas.com, first daily auction starts closing in just about an hour at 10am EST,and already there is around $40K in bids.
The auction’s closings are staggered almost over 4 hours.
Today’s auction features 120 domains and here are our picks:
ePayments.com a really nice domain is already at over $15K while its brother, e-Payments.com is almost $3K making it a nice combo for $18K.
BasicAccounting.com is a nice pick up and its under $1K.
Gymnasiums.com is a nice one word domain at around $2,500.
There are several interesting ‘i” domains, my favorite being iPrograms.com, which is just under $500, and iClothes.com which is at $3K.
I also like iAdults.com which is just over $100 and iCloset.com which is under $100 and iRoads.com seems like a great name for a Map App, and its cheap.
With the new iPad and its book reading App, iBooks, its hard not to like iFiction.com especially for the price.
Nebraska.net looks like a nice buy as its currently less than $3K, as does NorthDakota.net which is currently under $2K.
Practicing.com a nice one word .Com which when I wrote this post had a $500 high bid but this morning is up to $25,000.
Guess I wasn’t the only one to think its a bargain.
Purebreds.com is another nice one word .com which is currently under $2,500.
That’s enough for you guys.
I have my eyes on a few others.
But here is the bigger story.
This auction is good.
I mean there are good domains, with low reserves and deals to be had.
If Latonas can keep up this level of quality in his daily auction, this is going to be a huge winner.
Quality brings sales and sales brings quality domains.
Successful auctions create more successful auctions and Latonas if off to a great start.
For sellers this appears to be a quick way to get your domain sold.
I’m told that it will typically take only take a couple of days for a domain to go to a daily auction from the time its submitted, assuming it is an acceptable domain with a reasonable reserve. Commission are set at the higher of 15% or $200. Sellers set the reserves.
The auctions are going to run daily Monday-Friday.
Now for the site itself, I like the way its set up.
The look and feel of the site.
The navigation of the site.
I like that each domain has its Alexa ranking, Google searches, cost per click and age of the domain in its heading.
I like the countdown clock for each domain in minutes and seconds. As I guy who often just misses the deadline of auctions which only shows the number of minutes left, I appreciate the real time countdown to the second.
We wish Latonas.com the best of luck with its daily auction.