Frank knows that past habits are no harbinger of future behavior. You can't estimate a name that will attach to something that doesn't even exist yet.
But one must buy for anticipated future needs and that's why we cover trends and what we write HAS to do with domain names.
Fall sales at DNS are at a slower run-rate (and with only a dozen exceptions) of lessor quality than sales September 2012. I'm sure the difference is consignment inventory and Buy It Now Pricing. I must say I took a half dozen dusty leads going five years back, forwarded them to sales (at) DomainNameSales (dot) com and within minutes had contacts made and negotiations in progress by the eager brokers there. We are closing on one and still in process with three. Admittedly, if sold even though in the top 30,000, they wouldn't look as great as Frank's names on this list next week, but a sold name listed here (even if a "second best" one), is better than on a Sedo list with millions that will never sell.
All in all it's great to see formerly parked pages come to life with fresh ideas and adding more choices to serve the ever growing worldwide audience on the Internet.
Sales Clearing Escrow weekending 9/14/13
DNS Sales Sept-to-Date with links to end users already activating them:
Bizcuit.Com (redirect AHA! Ceo)
Globaldom.Com (Kauffman) (Upgrade .ES)
OliveBleue.Com (Upgrade .FR)
SchaapenCitroen.Com (upgrade .NL)
As always, check with DNJournal Wednesday afternoon for the most accurate pricing and exclusively reported results.
See how end-users areapplying domains they bought since DNS opened it's doors to domainers inOctober 2011 thru December 2012