March Great Domains Auction Picks


Great Domains is holding its March auction beginning tomorrow, and you might notice something difference when you visit the website. Sedo announced a site redesign last week, although the functionality remains the same.

As of right now, there are fewer than 100 domain names up for auction this month, but there are a few really good names at fair reserve prices. My top five picks from the auction are listed below along with the reserve price (I do not have any names in the auction). The auction ends on March 22.

  • – Reserve: 1,000 – 4,999 USD
  • – Reserve: 50,000 – 99,999 USD
  • – Reserve: 10,000 – 24,999 USD
  • – Reserve: 10,000 – 24,999 USD
  • – Reserve: 5,000 – 9,999 USD
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  1. i don’t think there’s more than four or five names there thar i wouldn’t pass on for reg fee. i remember when great domains use to be a great place. ‘course that’s just my opinion… other opinions may differ.

  2. I agree with rathead, this month’s auction looks very weak compared to previous ones. Only domain I like is and only at the lower range of the reserve range.

  3. sounds like a clear winner here. Major, multi-billion dollar industry with plenty of savvy players who might benefit from it.

    As someone who works out a lot, I can’t help but keep up on the pedestal as well.

    Though from a development perspective, ought to be the dark horse.

  4. Bob…I agree with your picks.Solid domains with a low buy in.
    The .coms are way overvalued, and if you are doing a site, you are buying keyword domains for a fraction of the cost of com.
    I’m starting to see these .biz, .com, and .us getting higher in the search results than a .com if the content is there. looks like a cheap branding opportunity with a reserve under 1k.

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