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Sell Your .CO Domain Names Before They Expire

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I bought a number of .CO domain names via NameJet / Enom last July, and I started to receive renewal notices for them a few weeks ago. I did a couple of searches, and it appears that a significant number of .CO domain names bear registration dates around July 19 – 20, 2010. 

This means that the week of July 18 will be a hugely important week for the .CO Registry. Some companies are offering a .CO coupon code, but they are still relatively expensive compared to other extensions. I believe there are going to be a significant number of dropping / expiring .CO domain names in the next couple of weeks.

I know of a couple people who are interested in buying premium .CO domain names for good prices, and they would rather buy them in private than have to backorder and compete for them, or pay an extra fee for backordering the names.

If you own three letter or three number .CO domain names, or you own other GOOD keyword domain names and would like to sell them instead of renewing them, post them in the comment section below with their prices and way to contact you about buying them. It might also be a good idea to offer a bulk discount. Perhaps you can make a sale or two.


I am on vacation and posting with an iPad, so my apologies for any typos. I also may not be able to approve comments immediately.


About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has sold seven figures worth of domain names in the last five years. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest.


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Comments (418)

    Ted

    onlinehosting.co
    yourhost.co
    onlinehost.co
    myonline.co
    gwn.co
    zod.co

    available for sale. Contact me if interested.

    July 16th, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    BullS

    BullShitWebsites dot co

    Please state your price!!!

    July 16th, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    Kevin M.

    I have a LLL .co I’d be interested in selling –

    MZH.co
    and I’ll throw in MZH.com with it. $8000 – pair.

    (admin@dnurls.com)

    thx El.

    July 16th, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    DomainDon

    BigPharma.co
    Manorexia.co
    NamMyoHoRenGeKyo.co

    Available for sale. Drop me a note if interested.

    I hope they’re not PigeonShit.co

    Thanks.

    July 16th, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    What To See

    Popular vacation destinations on the Jersey Shore.

    CapeMay.co
    SeasideHeights.co

    Contact information available with “Whois” look up.

    July 16th, 2011 at 3:33 pm

      Elliot Silver

      If you’re going to list names here, please post your price. If you don’t want to price your names, please don’t list them here. The goal is to allow people to purchase names you would otherwise not renew.

      July 16th, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    Jacek

    all prices negotiable -> just contact me at sun_rise@wp.pl. Bulk sale possible. Best regards Jacek

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    July 16th, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    rob

    I have the following popular keyword .co domains for sale:

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    WorkShoes.co
    CopyMachines.co
    RecordPlayer.co
    RecordPlayers.co
    DownloadFreeRingtones.co
    DownloadFreeMovies.co

    Only $1500 each! – 10% discount if purchase 2 or more!

    (rob@internetaddresssolutions.com) or (rec3@cox.net)

    July 16th, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Oren

    All for sale:

    $500 obo:
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    akmg.co
    mediabrands.co
    interland.co
    frenchbulldogs.co
    globalizer.co

    $1000 obo:
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    cruiseinsurance.co
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    directagents.co
    directleads.co

    July 16th, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    Poor Uncle

    1.BangCock.co – $399
    2.RoseBowl.co, RoseParade.co – $499 Pair
    3.LomaLinda.co, MontereyPark.co, RowlandHeights.co, 4.SanGabriel.co, SouthPasadena.co – $1,200 Package

    PoorUncle @ Gmail.com

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    Troy

    Jacek,

    My God you wasted so much money on .co!

    I hope you have a lot to waste and it didn’t hurt you too bad.

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    Arbel Arif

    “Tampon.co”
    “Mousse.co”
    “Serum.co”
    “5min.co”

    Everything for $2,000

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    CoreyDotCo

    All at GoDaddy, email corey@corey.co if interested.

    $150ea
    Combines.co
    HomeWindows.co
    Lakehome.co
    MaternityJeans.co
    RockBands.co
    WineReviews.co

    $100ea
    AlaskaFishing.co
    BallroomDance.co
    DanceClasses.co
    LandscapeLights.co
    PorchSwing.co
    ToyChest.co
    Tempranillo.co
    VoiceSoftware.co
    VoiceTraining.co

    $100 for the trio:
    AspenCo.co, BoulderCo.co, VailCo.co

    $50ea
    Collies.co
    EnglishBulldogs.co
    FrenchBulldog.co
    GoldenDoodles.co
    Samoyed.co
    SiberianHusky.co

    $50ea
    BoundaryWaters.co
    BWCA.co
    ChaiseLounge.co
    CorkFlooring.co
    DogDoor.co
    EngravingMachine.co
    PokerWebsites.co
    StorageBuildings.co

    Prices only good until 7/19/11
    (still deciding which names to renew)

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:09 pm

    BullS

    Elliot–thanks for this great idea to post the dot co domains.

    Loving all these great dot co domains…keep them coming and keep them registering.

    Love you dot co suckers owners!!

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:09 pm

    Jacek

    Hi Troy
    Thank for Your comment. Just one thing: would You be so kind as to explain and prove the claim of Yours? (about the wasted money)
    best of luck
    Jacek
    ps. the list does not include the names I’ve already sold at decent prices (ex 500USD)
    ps2. Perhaps it’d be wise of You to consider some of the domains I’ve listed as a potentially great investment opportunity?

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    Jacek

    Hi Troy
    Thanks for Your comment. Just one thing: would You be so kind as to explain and prove the claim of Yours? (about the wasted money)
    best of luck
    Jacek
    ps. the list does not include the names I’ve already sold at decent prices (ex 500USD)
    ps2. Perhaps it’d be wise of You to consider some of the domains I’ve listed as a potentially great investment opportunity?

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    Troy

    “Thanks for Your comment. Just one thing: would You be so kind as to explain and prove the claim of Yours?”

    I think the fact that you are trying to sell over 500 domains before they have to renew proves my point for me. Especially considering some of your .co’s, which I assume you purchased for $30, are available in .com for less than $8.

    That is a waste of money in anyone’s book.

    “ps. the list does not include the names I’ve already sold at decent prices (ex 500USD)”

    Hey, if you have made a profit on your .co purchases then good for you. It’s always better to make it some other suckers problem.

    “ps2. Perhaps it’d be wise of You to consider some of the domains I’ve listed as a potentially great investment opportunity?”

    Yeah=) I consider that…

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    Sunny

    Got several dot co’s.

    Please check out website http://www.sunnys.co any reasonable offer wont be denied.

    Special bulk discount available!

    Many premium one word .COs available.

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Kevin M.

    @jacek
    Perhaps you should list prices for your domains as Elliot nicely asked all to do!!

    @Troy
    Word.

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    Rich

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    Bookhotels
    Consultation
    Geographic
    Gloss

    20k Each

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    Louise

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    VisitManhatten.com
    PainandSuffering.net

    $1500.00 for the 3.

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Shane

    Jacek

    Since we’re asking questions I’ll ask one. What is your costs of purchasing these domains plus this years renewals? After your sales are you making money. I am guessing you have $8000 plus a year in renewals. My opinion after looking at your domains is you are gambling, not investing.

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Robert Cline

    I will consider all offers of $500 and over on any of the following domains. Simply email me at: jkim@epier.com if interested.

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    July 16th, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    Robert Cline

    I will also consider all offers of $500 and over on any of the following LLL domains. Simply email me at: jkim@epier.com if interested.

    Look carefully. There are a lot of jewels on this list.

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    July 16th, 2011 at 4:48 pm

    theo

    PUMPED.co ….. Might wanna hangon to that….

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Robert Cline

    @theo

    yeah, you like that one.

    Pumped.co

    mmhhmmmhhhmmmhhh!

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    AbdulBasit Makrani

    GameCoins.CO $100
    Crony.CO $200

    If interested, you may contact me at webmaster (at) funwadi.com

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    Jacek

    Hi Shane
    Most of them (the domains) I bought for reg GoDaddy price (11,99)
    I realize some of them are worthless and will not be renewed for sure. (Some of them are renewed already)
    Domaining is just a new hobby of mine ( I do have full time job)
    However I will be grateful for Your professional advice and opinion on the potential future value of some of them.
    My email once again: sun_rise@wp.pl
    regards
    Jacek

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:55 pm

    BullS

    @theo–if you like it,go buy it and make Robert one happy camper!!!

    July 16th, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    Louise

    May I say, you people had an opportunity, because it is @ Elliot’s blog and has wide readership, to unload your LLL.co’s and other keyword dot co’s if you had priced them $50.00 each instead of $500.00 or more each! Just an honest opinion as an outside observer who is not a buyer. The point was, some investors want to save on reservation fees of dropped domains, probably in the $70.00 range.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    BullS

    Jacek–you don’t need Domain ShaMe…I could have told you….

    dot com is KING

    man,you could have saved Poland from bankruptcy

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    Robert Cline

    @Louise

    the problem is a single good premium website like

    Pumped.co

    can potentially generate

    $20,000 a year in revenue.

    enough to pay for all my 980 .Co domains

    Then I just need to generate another

    $20,000 a year on like

    Donors.co

    to turn a profit.

    You get the point.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    Francois

    Dozens of LLL.CO at $41 each domain!

    CUF, GAX, GUZ, HEZ, HIX, HOX, HUX, KAG, KOW, KUZ, NAX, PUX, TEV, VAZ, WUZ, YAX, YOP…

    For Sale at CAX:
    http://domainportfolio.com/dotco/

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    James

    Eag.co
    Eww.co
    Oww.co

    $50 each

    Email James@jilo.co.uk to buy.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    Jacek

    Bulls

    If You’d like to review my entire domain portfolio, You’re welcome to do so, just send me an email at sun_rise@wp.pl. I also have lots of interesting .com’s
    (megaimprovement.com, xxxpaper.com, orgasmMAX.com just to name a few)
    Otherwise you are just wasting our time with your comments
    regards
    Jacek

    ps.Poland is doing just fine, thanks

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    Rich

    Francois@
    I wanna to buy 20,i registered, and the you askme for 10$, that got to me.If you would have ask 50 a piece would have been better for you and me.Any way, that was my thought on that.I said to my self i will pick them up for $15

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    WorstCollectionOfNamesIHaveSeen

    This thread is a perfect example of why new extensions are genrally scams. These scams take advantage of newbies, who don’t know a good name from their ass.

    These are some of the most pitiful names I have EVER seen. It looks like a thread at Dn Forum, which disintegrated into dogshit because they let scammers and garbage extensions run wild for years.

    Nobody stood up to the fraudsters who push these pump and dump extensions, and then the inevitable result is that the boards are flooded with sewer waste for years. Even those domainers who know better often dabble in this dogshit, and it generally ruins the domaining game, and makes donmain forums uninhabitable for those with any ounce of decency or respect for themselves.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Rich

    James@
    i will buy them.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    Troy

    “Dozens of LLL.CO at $41 each domain!

    CUF, GAX, GUZ, HEZ, HIX, HOX, HUX, KAG, KOW, KUZ, NAX, PUX, TEV, VAZ, WUZ, YAX, YOP…

    For Sale at CAX:
    http://domainportfolio.com/dotco/

    Francois,

    Please pay Elliot for a “sponsored” listing on his website if you would like to advertise for CAX. =)

    Just Kidding.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    Jacek

    BullS
    If you’d like to review my entire domain portfolio You are welcome to do so. It also includes some interesting .com’s (MEGAimprovement.com, XXXpaper.com, orgasMAX.com just to name a few). Just send me an email at sun_rise@wp.pl
    Otherwise you are just wasting our time with your comments
    regards
    Jacek
    ps. Poland is doing just fine thanks

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    Robert Cline

    Let me explain the 2 general approaches of domainers or people starting out in domains.

    There is the STRONG approach.

    and then

    There is the WEAK approach.

    the strong approach is taken by Mike Mann and the Frank Schillings of the world

    What are they asking, they are asking out of this world kind of numbers, numbers that we think, “NO way that’s not worth $45,000″

    but they are the most successful. WHY ? because that one sale pays for everything for the whole year.

    then there are the WEAK approach, the ones that start and get scared out of their skin from day one.

    These are the few that are selling LLL.Co s for $50 bucks.

    It takes balls to go in big my friend.

    Why in the world are you selling LLL.CO for $50 bucks when LLL.Co s are worth $15,000 as in BMR.Co

    you get the point.

    You decide, learn from the pros.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:35 pm

    Troy

    Robert,

    You are using the word “could” when discussion the potential for Pumped.co? Please clarify to me why Pumped.co is valuable at all? What makes it a good candidate for development?

    Pumped.com
    Pumped.net
    Pumped.org
    Pumped.info
    Pumped.us
    Pumped.biz

    are all parked domains. Why would you have the idea that in spite of that “pumped” is such a great keyword?

    Theoretically any domain can make $20,000 per year if properly developed, but that doesn’t mean I can find a buyer for “ThisDomainCouldMakeTwentyThousandDollarsNextYear.com, even less likely that I could do so for a .co of the same key phrase.

    Domainers are such an interesting lot. They scream at a world that in their mind “doesn’t get it” that they are business men and women, but the majority of their actions, statements and arguments go to show that most are, at best, gamblers, and at worst, collectors of rubbish.

    Granted, I still think your .co’s are much better than the person that posted the long list above you and can see you getting $500 for a few possibly, but using “this domain could make $20,000 a year” as a justification of value is a loosing proposition in the mind of any intelligent potential buyer.

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    DNSO

    Lens.co – $250
    MyETF.co – $50
    CopperPrices.co – $50

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    LindaM

    Oh the humanity

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    Izaak

    Godaddy Registered. Paypal, Credit, Debit, Money-Order, Check, and maybe trade.

    CarValue.co – $300
    exp: 09/02/11
    FaxingSofware.co – $450
    exp: 08/02/11
    InkPrinters.co – $250
    exp: 09/02/11
    MusicCd.co – $1,000
    exp: 08/19/11
    MusicDvds.co – $450
    exp: 08/19/11

    and more…

    July 16th, 2011 at 5:55 pm

      Elliot Silver

      @ Worst / Anonymous Coward

      I see plenty of horrible shitty .com and .net names for sale on forums and elsewhere. Its the buyers that have issues picking good names, not the registries who sell them. . Some people know how to find and buy good names and others have no clue. Is Verisign at fault when someone buys a shit .com with hyphens and phrases that make no sense? I don’t think so. There’s plenty of money to be made in this business… Heck, the people who paid $20 for lll.CO domain names can probably make 100% profit in a year by selling now at $40. Most probably either have fantasies of riches or simply can afford to hold out and only sell when they get a solid offer, but if you buy wisely, there’s money to be made.

      July 16th, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    BFiz

    I have a trifecta in Chicago:

    Naperville.co
    Lisle.co
    Oakbrook.co

    $500 for all three major suburbs.

    LincolnInsurance.co $59
    DetroitInsurance.co $59
    HavanaRealEstate.co $59
    LondonAttorneys.co $59
    MexicanRestaurants.co $70
    HartfordRealEstate.co $59
    CostaMesaRealestate.co $59
    Hotelsindenver.co $70
    Hotelsincoloradosprings.co $70
    ScottsdaleHotels.co $130 (FS owns the .com, 110K searches a month)

    MarinCounty.co $59

    NorthPotomac.co $59
    Carderock.co $65
    RestaurantDeals.co (hoteldeals.co is a registry premium) $200
    RestaurantReservations.co and RestaurantReservation.co $300 for both
    RestaurantWeek.co make offer
    SeafoodRestaurants.co $59
    SonomaCounty.co $59
    Venti.co $49
    Videolocker.co $59
    Ytd.co $125

    I have 30 great LLL.co I will sell in bulk at a deal. Email for the list, or I will renew as they move regularly on there own.

    Refitz (@) cox dot net. Paypal. Push to Godaddy

    July 16th, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    Nick

    NavigationSystem dot co $1500
    NavigationSystems dot co $1000

    July 16th, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    Steve M

    A kind offer indeed, Elliot.

    Never have so many paid so much for so little.

    Just more evidence that by year’s end, total reg’d .cos will be under 1 million; never to see that number again.

    July 16th, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    James

    @Robert. I sold my lll.co’s for $50 each because they were speculative registrations to see how the .co Market was doing.

    For me, the random lll.co Market is not something I want to get into, so it makes sense selling cheap and putting the money into a good .com.

    If .co has a future, it will be in desirable generic keywords. All of which were bought privately before public registration opened.

    Also, the idea of this post, if I’m reading it right, is to pass the names onto a .co investor, who doesn’t have to go through the hassle of backordering, auctions etc.

    They’re looking for bargains, which you want to get rid of, as you won’t be renewing. Not end user pricing. This is why mine sold in 10 minutes of posting and yours didn’t.

    July 16th, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Brad Mugford

    I could retire from all this money wasted on garbage domains listed in this thread.

    Brad

    July 16th, 2011 at 7:33 pm

    Alan

    TulsaOklahoma.co $99

    paypal…..shoedog20@juno.com

    July 16th, 2011 at 7:39 pm

    Brad Mugford

    @ Robert

    “the problem is a single good premium website like

    Pumped.co

    can potentially generate

    $20,000 a year in revenue.”

    That logic is beyond flawed.

    ANY domain can potentially generate $20K a year in revenue.

    I could hand register an awful domain and turn it into a site that generates $20K/year with enough effort.

    Why would a domain liked Pumped.co have an advantage over any other domain?

    Brad

    July 16th, 2011 at 7:46 pm

    Elliot Silver

    “That logic is beyond flawed.

    ANY domain can potentially generate $20K a year in revenue.”

    @ Brad

    I completely agree with this.

    July 16th, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    Entirely

    $75 each
    KXC.CO
    KZC.CO
    KZN.CO

    $100 each
    LYI.CO
    MZE.CO
    RYI.CO

    domains @ entirely (dot) us

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    Robert Cline

    @James

    if you list your home and sells within 10 minutes from the time you list, don’t you think you sold out a little too soon or too low.

    man, have some holding power.

    I mean $50 is still a 100% on your registration fee, so it is no chump change, but have some little patience please.

    throw aways are going for $95 at least on these auction sites.

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:09 pm

    Zara58

    GOOD KEYWORD .CO DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE NOW

    PEACOT.CO $180
    THERMOMETER.CO $250
    WALLMURALS.CO $150
    MAKEUPBRUSHES.CO $150
    AMERICANFLAG.CO $200
    CARDIGAN.CO $200
    INSTRUCTABLE.CO $250
    INFLATABLE.CO $180
    POCKETKNIVES.CO $180
    TEACUPS.CO $200
    USBFLASHDRIVES $200
    MURAL.CO $3500
    MURALS.CO $3000
    BOBBLEHEADS.CO $3500
    BOBBLEHEAD.CO $3000

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:09 pm

    Robert Cline

    Folks,

    do not mistake kindness as weakness

    and do not mistake listing here on this thread

    as desperate or weakness.

    it is just marketing

    who knows,

    you never know when the goose will lay its golden egg.

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Robert Cline

    Folks,

    do not mistake kindness as weakness

    and do not mistake listing here on this thread

    as desperate or weakness.

    it is just marketing

    who knows,

    you never know when the goose will lay its golden egg as it did for me.

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Robert Cline

    @Brad Mugford and @Elliot

    I suppose that is why

    some people are willing to pay

    $2,600,000.00

    for

    social.com

    if they can generate any type of revenue on any domain.

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    Robert Cline

    @Brad Mugford and @Elliot

    you must agree that some domains are worth more because

    they are

    easier to remember, more memorable, like the

    LLL s,

    more branding potential.

    In fact, for all practical considerations, in the world of domains, it is in fact, this potential of more memorableness and easier to type that makes all the worlds difference

    it is why LLL s command $100,000 figure vs. $8 on new ksjeusheoqksd.com registrations

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Aghast

    I thought there would be a significant drop of .co domains, having seen just these lists here of mediocre to garbage names I think it will be the biggest first year drop in history!

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:38 pm

    Peter

    I meant contribution.co
    and instead of globalinvestor.co should be globalinvestors.co

    Its late in Europe now and weekend :)

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:40 pm

    Peter

    @ Aghast

    I agree that drop will be huge. Actually everyone says about that.
    They will very regret that did not reduce renewal prices.
    I am just wondering what bad news do to .CO.

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:43 pm

    Osy

    This (a NNN.CO) is actually the only .CO I would be willing to get rid of. I have a group of keyword .COs that I would not consider selling at bargain price, because I think the extension has great potential and we will see that in the next two or three months.

    052.co
    $40

    You can contact me at info@purchasedomain.org

    July 16th, 2011 at 8:48 pm

    David

    I will just post what you asked for.
    Please contact me @ newstastic.co@gmail.com

    Min offer of the LLL.co’s $500
    BRK.CO
    EIA.CO
    EXM.CO
    PBK.CO
    FIU.CO
    FMF.CO
    GLW.CO
    GZA.CO
    HBK.CO
    NKO.CO
    NLT.CO
    OMB.CO
    PBK.CO
    FWB.CO
    RDN.CO
    VMW.CO
    VPL.CO

    Min offer on these is $500
    DEFINITELY.CO
    DESPITE.CO
    CLOSURE.CO
    CLOUDCLIENT.CO
    CLOUDDRIVES.CO
    CLOUDKING.CO
    CLOUDPORN.CO
    CLOUDPROGRAMS.CO
    CLOUDTASTIC.CO
    CLOUDTWEAKS.CO
    COINCIDENCE.CO
    COMPUTERVIRUS.CO
    CONSEQUENCES.CO
    CONTINUOUS.CO
    DISAPPOINTMENT.CO
    DISCLOSE.CO
    DISPERSE.CO
    EFFICACY.CO
    EXPENSIVECARS.CO
    EPISTEMOLOGY.CO
    EXPOSURES.CO
    EXTENSIVE.CO
    FLIPPED.CO
    FORBEARANCE.CO
    HOTELBOOKINGS.CO
    HOTSTOCKPICKS.CO
    IMMINENT.CO
    INFINITECLOUD.CO
    LAUGHABLE.CO
    MARKETINGFORUM.CO
    AFFILIATEFORUM.CO
    PORNCLOUD.CO
    PRECEDE.CO
    RANDOMIZE.CO
    RECORDSTORE.CO
    REDUNDANT.CO
    ROAMINGCLOUD.CO
    SEARCHTASTIC.CO
    SNOWCLOUD.CO
    SOCIALCHALLANGE.CO
    SOCIALHOUR.CO
    TGIM.CO
    THEGREAT.CO
    BuyGames.co
    VacationGetaways.co
    MP3s.co
    WhatsTrending.co
    TrendingToday.co
    TodaysTrends.co
    AppVault.co
    HangOutLounge.co
    PromQueen.co
    DailyTrends.co
    BreakingNow.co
    SpeedTrading.co
    HighSpeedTrading.co

    July 16th, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    Garry

    I have 13 names:

    Inverters.co
    ChurchOfGod.co
    ChurchOfChrist.co
    FirstBaptist.co
    FirstBaptistChurch.co
    EgyptianCotton.co
    NaturalCures.co
    FurnitureOutlet.co
    Oleds.co
    Spinners.co
    Wicker.co
    RealEstateInvestor.co
    Trusses.co

    $2500 for all

    gte1@charter.net

    July 16th, 2011 at 9:22 pm

    Adi

    adis[dot]co

    $500

    you can use my email i use to comment

    July 16th, 2011 at 9:25 pm

    Louise

    @ LindaM, LOL!

    July 16th, 2011 at 9:52 pm

    imo

    The blood bath has begun judging by seeing signs imo

    No offense but these .co investors need to realize what there doing imo.

    A good portion of them will 1. Take big losses, 2. Hopefully learn from this, 3. Walk away from domain business all together

    Heck I own 5 .co domains. But this is insane and inventory I’m seeing.

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    Jason

    Qrt.co
    Pier39.co
    bryantpark.co
    ResumeServices.co
    suisun.co

    $300 for all 5

    Email: goodlin27@msn.com

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:22 pm

    ReuseDomains

    Geo related domain

    BayArea.co

    Contact me info AT reusedomains.com

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    Priv

    @Robert Cline
    No wonder you have been spamming every forum pushing .co’s, you went broke on them.

    “….can potentially generate $20,000 a year in revenue.”
    Or $2 Million…or $20 million. The potential, whatever that means, is there….

    99% of .cos are a waste of money, other than for use in Colombia or Colorado (the top, top names)

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Dave

    @ Priv and the other haters.

    .co is a great choice for a domain name. I misread this and I have renewed all 75 of my names. I have sold a total of $15,000 worth already so I have made a great profit on these already. It doesn’t matter how many names drop .co will still be strong in the years to come. Now I am off to developing these awesome names. Newstatic.co and Socialite.co are some examples.
    Dave

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    Robert Cline

    @Priv

    you need to read this story

    Is Domain Co The Once And Future Domain King?

    http://ezinearticles.com/?Is-Domain-Co-The-Once-And-Future-Domain-King?&id=6414190

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:43 pm

    LS Morgan

    Oh. My. God.

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:43 pm

    Robert Cline

    “Oh. My. God.

    Oh the humanity”

    Oh, the end of the world is coming.

    Folks

    keep cool

    total for sale on this thread comes out to what ? 4000 domains

    out of 1,100,000 domains

    that’s what .04%

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:54 pm

    LindaM

    There are probably people who think I’m being facetious if I say that today’s (and tmrw’s) drops are better than almost all these names listed here.
    That list of LLL s, Ive seen these before. In other extensions. They are what is left when all the ones that mean anything are gone. They are the ones noone buys unless they are buying all 17,000 for a decade. They are almost all tm with no common generic defence. This isnt nerves of steel investment, this is pie in the sky insanity (imo).

    My sincere advice to .co sellers – put BIN prices of 100-200% of what you paid, some will sell, drop the rest. At least that way you’ll get a few $ back instead of losing everything.
    This thread evidences the pure waste of tens of thousands of dollars and it is truly shocking to see.
    Often when you look down the droplists you wonder who on earth would have regged 99.9% of them in the first place. Now Im beginning to see.

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:55 pm

    Owen frager

    99% of .cos are a waste of money, other than for use in Colombia or Colorado (the top, top names)
    Unless you are ice t’s wife co.co

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:57 pm

    July 16th, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    jordan

    Montvale.co
    Capdagde.co

    $2000 each obo

    July 16th, 2011 at 11:32 pm

    BFitz

    @BullS

    Got your email. Sorry I did not respond sooner but I was busy having a life. Here is a list of dot co for you:

    Scottsdale
    NorthScottsdale
    DUI
    LaJolla
    AsbestosLawyers, or attorneys, I can’t remember.

    These are the dot co I sold along with a dozen LLL. Net PROFIT in the $XX,XXX. I hope to be a bigger sucker next year.
    Maybe you should be BullY instead of BullS.

    @OwenFrager
    What happened to “LLL or anything you can put on an Epik store are a sure bet.”. That’s a paraphrase of you on TheDomains about dot co last week. Keep pumping Epik…

    LLL will have a base of $85 if you read MHB’s post. Drop fee plus reg fee.

    My 30 LLL are $65 each. I’ll post the list later for Elliot’s associates.

    July 16th, 2011 at 11:33 pm

    BIG CRUNK!

    Man you guys are part of the WAVE OF THE FUTURE!
    THESE DOMAINS ARE GUNNA MAKE YOU RICH!

    I been flying under the radar for a while, but I started up a new domain blog dat tell da truth on domains!

    Stop listening to those suckaz who tell you to buy .com.
    We all know .co is where it’s at!

    July 16th, 2011 at 11:42 pm

    Owen frager

    And in case you missed the most important sentence in Ron Jackson’s piece. “Our 5-year goal is to be a significant portion of the fabric of the Internet – with 3 to 5 million active registrations. That may seem small relative to other extensions, but we are focusing our marketing efforts (and our pricing) to target real use – not speculation,” Calle said.

    July 16th, 2011 at 11:56 pm

    Jason Stewart

    Yikes! I thought I got into it bad with .cm domains, at least I have asseenontv.cm… but this level of investment into .co makes me wanna pass out!

    Unfortunately, it seems to be confirmed, .co’s hold little investment value when compared to .com

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:15 am

    BFitz

    This entire list for $1,600. It’s only 26 dot co domains.

    AVN
    JOO
    BTV
    CFJ
    HWA
    IJM
    LOH
    MUH
    OSK
    OTA
    PWV
    UMW
    UOA
    VTV
    JTC
    LJG
    MWF
    PBT
    VGO
    RLY
    DJY
    FPJ
    IGJ
    JGF
    IGK
    GOH

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:34 am

    Yitzchok

    I have a few LLL.co’s – most of them I’m keeping, but there’s one I’m willing to sell:

    LEV.CO

    Not sure on a price yet, but it’s already renewed (actually transferred) with GoDaddy.

    Any reasonable offers will be considered.

    info@LevTecMedia.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:40 am

    Rob

    $500 for each OBO

    WesternHats.co
    WorkShoes.co
    CopyMachines.co
    RecordPlayer.co
    RecordPlayers.co
    DownloadFreeRingtones.co
    DownloadFreeMovies.co

    (rec3@cox.net)

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:02 am

    DomainMedia.ca

    NAA.co

    Voyance.co

    Maquillage.co

    Revelstoke.co

    contact http://www.domainmedia.ca if interested.

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:15 am

    HED - High End Domains

    $150 each, list available on hed.co
    Low Price expired in 7 days
    All have been renewed.
    Thanks

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:07 am

    RAYY.co

    My collection,

    3dCloud.CO

    Looking for $1m to $3m+…

    Ooohhh…Ridiculous price…$2

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:16 am

    Louise

    May I venture a suggestion, @ Robert? Renew a few of your favorite dot cos to build on – I’m sure you withheld them from your list! – and relist them at $35.00 – $50.00 to dissolve your stake for the time being, unless you can afford to renew for years until they catch on better. It’s not that they eventually might not become valuable, it’s that they might not be easy flip anytime soon. Better to dissolve your stake, accept your losses, regroup and move forward!

    Epik seems to have some success building out dot co as lead generation with DUILawyers.co. It’s not a lost cause, it’s just that keeping a smaller stake is realistic.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:17 am

    DowntownBoulder .co !!!

    DowntownBoulder .co + DowntownBoulder .org
    $1000

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:21 am

    mark greene esq

    Looking at the .co site, real oompanies are registering 3 letter acronyms of their names or a brand name. Very few generics except for Sweaters.co, an Epik site. A real disconnect between reality and the expectations of the investments being offered here.

    Many brands have co attached to their names legally or & co. Example: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700151896/Icahn-makes-102B-offer-for-Clorox.html?s_cid=rss-14
    Note even the broker uses & co

    Most of the speculative registrations are not real companies by legal definition. To have legal standing you probably need to file something even if just a fictitious notice in the local paper.

    When I invested in CO, I found this information invaluable:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Company

    Good luck. Mark.

    btw, when I entered opportunity.co in the Comcast search bar on this PC, opportunity.co was not in the results.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:22 am

    Robert Cline

    @Louise

    you know I added a counter to my LLL.Co s tonight and I did not realize how much traffic I was getting.

    the counter is off the hook.

    My plan is to monetize this traffic.

    I just did preliminary analysis and my analysis is that I am getting about 1000 unique visitors a day on my LLL.Co s

    this is worth $30,000 a year in traffic alone. WOW!!

    WOW WOW WOW WOW !!

    summer time is great when I’m not in med school.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:29 am

    Robert Cline

    I’ll show you where my new counter is so you can check this out yourself if you want. Go to this one of my LLL.Co s, like

    http://www.uok.co/

    there on the home page you will find towards the bottom

    “Testimonials
    Read 122 client testimonials.”

    that number is my counter.

    you can see it update with each visitor.

    Cheers.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:38 am

    Brad Mugford

    @ Robert

    You listed 726 LLL.co above.

    1000 hits per day over 726 domains is not really all that impressive. So they average just over 1 hit/day each?

    Not only that but short domains rarely have targeted traffic, unless they are keywords. Traffic that is not targeted is extremely hard to monetize.

    You better hope the traffic is valuable as you have like $20K in renewal fees there.

    Brad

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:43 am

    mohammad

    olympuscamera
    ircamera
    canoneos
    crystaljewelry
    digitalcard
    digitallens
    laserdisc
    usbcable
    wirejewelry
    wirelesscard
    woolrug
    sataharddrive
    seekingmen
    canonpowershot
    electromagnetism
    ciscorouter
    buycanon
    barbecuing
    cannondigital
    pcmcia
    opticalmouse
    siman
    rfidreader
    carwiring
    compactdigital
    domecamera
    steelcarbon
    steelstainless
    slrdigitalcameras
    pentaxcamera
    panasoniccamera
    housedvd
    removalhair
    villasrent
    digitalconverter
    suzukimotor
    diffraction
    apartmenthouse
    electricoven
    houselease
    rentcenter
    oscillation
    pccard
    samsunglcd
    mazdamotor
    samsungmonitor
    steelmill
    steelwire
    womenseeking
    wirelessusb
    dvddrive

    Send your offer to : buy at combo dot co

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:46 am

    Robert Cline

    @Brad Mugford

    1000 visitors is just my initial conservative number.

    But in less than 1 hour my counter is up over 250, so I am thinking more than that.

    You will see on the page, one of the tabs is a

    Sell/Post

    that right now is directed to my auction site,

    epier.com

    that alone is great value.

    But I will develop this out to list my 2000 domains and allow others to list.

    Eye balls are eye balls, and there are tremendous things you can do with this.

    Tremendous things.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:52 am

    Robert Cline

    And do not underestimate the value of short domains

    LLL s in general are hot.

    Juan is not kidding when he saids

    L.Co s are already going for $1,500,000

    people that arrive at anyone of my LLL s will say that is

    ‘sweet’

    I wish I had such a short domain name.

    there is so much I can do with that’ they will say.

    many of these will make me offers for sure in the coming year.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:55 am

    Francois

    @Troy
    LOL
    I will do it if needed but Elliot said that it was free and everybody was welcome to advertise his .CO for sale. So I also take advantage.

    @Rich
    These $10 in CAX is a single time no refundable fee that allow to buy/bid (the idea was stop/refrain scammers, and that help a lot). You pay this membership fee one time only in your life, that you buy 1 or 1,000 names. So all the premium LL.CO for sale are really at $41/domain and NO $50.

    I may understand those who want to sell at $500 (which is still a bargain price for LLL.CO) and those at $41, each one has valid reasons to act that way.

    Personally I renewed yesterday 75% of my .CO and plan to buy few of these LLL.CO we have for sale at CAX tomorrow because that will be too stupid to lost this opportunity if nobody else take it.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:57 am

    Dan Brown

    Hi,

    I only one .co domain…

    But,

    What is Go daddy and other registers charging to renew .CO domains?

    My ‘Enom” account say’s I can renew my one .CO for $9.95…

    Just curious as to what other Registrars may be charging…and if it is a lot more than this?

    Best,
    Dan

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:14 am

    Drewbert

    Judging from some of the terrible lists here, some of you need to step away from the reg button and go do something else with your lives before your accountant or wife makes you.

    OMG WTF LOL

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:39 am

    Jp

    Hostages.co ($800)
    Guerrillas.co ($800)
    Jungles.co ($800)

    Hostage.co is owned by someone else, but the singular of the other two are still reserved by the registry.

    I may not drop these, still undecided. My concern with at least the first two is they may get re-reserved by the registry if they are let drop for the same reason Guerrilla.co is probably reserved.

    I hand reg’d them. With the right news story any of the three are a good hold.

    I also hand reg’d ColombianSingles.co and several variations thereof if anyone wants it those can all sell for 3x reg fee or 2x if you buy the whole lot of 9 of them.

    I will drop all of these with the exception of maybe one. Just hard to decide which one is best (ie: also ColombianDating.co on the list)

    If you want to contact me there is a form on my site or use whois. This post has a link to my site.

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:47 am

    jp

    I’d like to add to my last post that the prices for the first 3 is you buy all three ($800 each). It’s not worth it to me to sell just 1. Also if 3 different people happen to all want one then that is fine too. Sorry for the confusion.

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:51 am

    Christopher

    Hi Elliot,

    I am currently selling Comics.co for $8500

    It is developed and includes the site. The domain alone has been valued by Sedo @ $8500.

    It is a premium category killer that was grandfathered in in February ’10.

    I am also looking to sell Trophies.co for $2500

    Prices are firm. Contact via whois.

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:02 am

    Kevin

    raspberries.co
    asparagus.co
    dodgeball.co

    best offer.

    // kevinihavethisideacom //

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:14 am

    Dan

    Hi,

    How do you say this in Spanish?

    ColumbiaMigraineHeadache .CO

    Sorry, but no matter how anyone ever wanted to ‘spin’ this domain extension, it always has and will always be in the end…

    Just be the domain extension for….surprise…Columbia!

    I hate to see anyone lose money, and I wish everyone that has posted in this thread the very best…If you make a good sale(s)…great, I am very happy for you and I hope you make a profit.

    Again, IMHO…

    This has been, and is maybe the most over hyped domain extension…EVER

    .CO does not mean:

    Company ~ Colorado ~ Corporation

    Or any other ‘artificial meaning’ you want to give it.

    And with all the new ‘.Brand’ extensions that will be coming out…along with the 500 or so another ‘generic’ extensions (that make some sort of sense at least)… in 2012 -2013

    .CO… will get lost in the ‘shuffle’ and will be a long forgotten domain extension for most of the world.

    So, I think in most cases…”Drop” has to be the main word here, I know no one want’s to hear it, but just the same, I feel it has to be said.

    Peace to all!
    Dan

    BTW: This is not a ‘bash’ on anyone… I am just calling it as I see it…in this moment in time. So, Please do not take my post ‘personally’…as this is just my general view and is not directed at anyone in particular….at all.

    ___

    @ Drewbert….Agree ( I have been ‘guilty’ of this with . com’s) ;)

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:03 am

    AK

    Hi, I have the following available for sale. $300 for each domain or $800 for all 3.

    HLH.co
    LCT.co
    RRG.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:21 am

    Mitch

    Remarkable thread.
    I’m going to bookmark it and
    check back in 5 years.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:28 am

    Barry

    Heads up:

    Found these guys who are buying traffic domains.
    http://venturenames.com/?t=buying

    I sold them a few .CO’s last week.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:48 am

    Ray

    WST.co – $200

    contact me at admin@wst.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 7:46 am

    Divam

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    July 17th, 2011 at 8:02 am

    Jaron

    GET ALL 44 DOMAINS FOR ONLY $3000!!!

    Contact kj @ kjmaster .com

    100PERCENT.CO
    ACTWORK.CO
    ANTIVIRUSPROTECTOR.CO
    BAD-CREDIT.CO
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    BCLCACL.CO
    CARLOANONLINE.CO
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    CELLULARAPPS.CO
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    July 17th, 2011 at 8:08 am

    Dhana

    I have Costly . co and Cashbacks . co for sale.

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:11 am

    Jp

    If anyone actually manages to sell a .co domian as a direct result of this blog post please post a comment that says “I sold something”

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:34 am

    raman

    200.co for sale at Raman@200.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:38 am

    owen frager

    @OwenFrager
    What happened to “LLL or anything you can put on an Epik store are a sure bet.”. That’s a paraphrase of you on TheDomains about dot co last week. Keep pumping Epik…

    LLL is golden. There are a finite number of these and the majority of end user success stories on .co site are LLLs. If you look outside the USA, any company that already has .co as part of a country code can now expand Globally with the shortened URL. i.e. Shoes.co.uk doesn’t need to be perceived as a British market supplier when drop the UK, they can be global.

    As for my pumping Epik, it’s genuine and from the heart. Having spent $30k to no avail to build a site, I appreciate the value. There are many other good instant on development solutions- why park, domain power etc- some even free. But no one has shown me the kind of success stories and results being generated by Epik. I’ve seen Rob Monster pick up a $10 drop that no one wanted, throw a template on it and sell it for 10s of thousands to an end user in a couple of weeks. I see Rob Monster having the track record and clout and personal brand that big prospects will embrace. He is a rainmaker- a value creator- this is what he’s done his whole life. When you have an Epik site, you are apart of something bigger. Rob has had deep discussions with major etailers, hollywood, google and more. When the web goes video and QVC wants channels to expand their reach- addresses to run demos and sales of 1000s of generic products, Rob is going to package and sell your domain as part of a bigger value proposition that you could never sell on your own. That’s the bigger picture I see. When web goes video why wouldn’t O.co want sweaters.co and hundreds like it to sell in competition with QVC? I see 10s of thousands being spent on domains that have no appeal- how about buying $1000 domain and dressing it for success with a $1000 template. Now you own a business that shows to end users as if it cost you $30K. Wait till they start offering Epik gift certificates towards owning your own business at Office Depot. This guy is in it to win it. And I’ve made money for a lot of parking companies etc- helped mint millionaires at Google and GoDaddy, but no one has ever added value and built a strategy to close a sale for me. And for that he gets a lot of credit.

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:48 am

    Tim

    Thanks, Elliot!

    I will be renewing ALL these names. I’m willing to
    give quite a deal on them now. After I pay the
    renewal fee, the prices will be significantly higher.
    Make your best offer. tim [AT] timbury [DOT] com

    Bridle.co (equine supplies or misspell of bridal)
    BusinessMagazine.co
    EmbeddedLinux.co
    GenericViagra.co
    HerbGarden.co
    Routine.co
    Saxaphone.co (misspell)
    Sedative.co
    StripperShoes.co
    Suckers.co
    Testify.co
    WomensPanties.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:56 am

    aru

    Product Domain Names…

    GlassVase.co – $90
    KingComforter.co – $50
    MensJacket.co – $60
    QueenComforter.co – $60
    ReclinerChair.co – $110
    WomensShorts.co – $50
    WomensSweaters.co – $50

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:00 am

    Lance

    LosAngelesHotels.co
    email offers to domains jazzmedia

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:05 am

    Mason

    ASPENAPARTMENT.CO
    ASPENHOUSES.CO
    ASPENHOUSING.CO
    BOULDERAPARTMENT.CO
    BOULDERHOUSES.CO
    BOULDERHOUSING.CO
    COLORADOAPARTMENTS.CO
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    DENVERAPARTMENT.CO
    DENVERHOUSING.CO
    GOLDBELT.CO
    HATERADE.CO
    INSIDEINFORMATION.CO
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    PALMERLAKE.CO
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    PHOENIXHOUSES.CO
    PHOENIXHOUSING.CO
    SCOTTSDALEHOUSING.CO
    ST-ELMO.CO
    TEMPEHOMES.CO
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    email offers to domaining@masongoecke.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:10 am

    Mason

    prices are negotiable on these names, and I am willing to negotiate based on bulk discounts for multiple domain purchases. all of the above names are at godaddy.

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:13 am

    Hello?

    Elliot said “post them in the comment section below with their prices ”

    Nice that people don’t listen or read since most names dont have prices.

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:13 am

    JTW

    Summer.Co – $10k
    Golfy.Co – $250
    Inalambrica.Co – $325 (Spanish for wireless)
    Pash.Co – $1000
    Physiologist.Co – $1500

    Thanks Elliot.

    JTW.

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:22 am

    RAYY.co

    iCum.CO $6500
    3dPorns.CO $6500

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:44 am

    Ana

    Price:5,000 Each
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    PRICE:1,000 Each
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    PRICE: $500
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    Please let me know. Some are renewed til 2012.
    email: ana.raguin888@gmail.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:45 am

    combo.co

    This .co domains are not renewed an will be sold for price between $40 – $100 be for renewing.
    please send your offer to : buy [at] combo [dot] co

    barbecuing.co
    bluelaser.co
    buycanon.co
    cabledigital.co
    cablemodem.co
    canonpowershot.co
    ciscorouter.co
    compactdigital.co
    digitalconverter.co
    digitallens.co
    domecamera.co
    dvddrive.co
    dvdwriter.co
    inkjetprinter.co
    pccard.co
    pcmcia.co
    removalhair.co
    rentcenter.co
    samsunglcd.co
    samsungmonitor.co
    steelcarbon.co
    usbcard.co
    wirelesscard.co
    wirelessusb.co
    womenseeking.co
    seekingmen.co
    woolrug.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:52 am

    dan1

    Potential IT Brand .COs:

    DigitalStorage.co
    OceanWind.co

    $1,000 OBO. Contact via WhoIs.

    July 17th, 2011 at 10:03 am

    July 17th, 2011 at 10:18 am

    Christian

    Here is a list of the LLL .co names I will be selling and a few other .co names. Please send me an email at dubc33@aol.com with your offer if interested.

    BAV.co
    GUP.co
    GAW.co
    ChicagoIllinois.co
    NashvilleTennessee.co
    PAB.co
    SAZ.co
    WIM.co
    Grips.co
    LAJ.co
    LUJ.co
    Cuss.co
    EWO.co
    HIK.co
    HPE.co
    HTY.co
    JIK.co
    LKP.co
    RYG.co

    and several others. Once again, some are coming up for renewal on the 18th and the 20th. Get your offer in soon. Thanks

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:27 am

    BFitz

    @Owen
    Save it for your blog. Nobody wanted to make money with Epik more than me. I have a dozen sites that promised great ROI, better than stock market, etc. They will produce less than 1% ROI. KaChing!

    I will sell you every site Epic sold me for 50 cents on the dollar and donate the money to charity. You won’t do it. Your all rhetoric.

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Jaron

    GET ALL 44 DOMAINS FOR ONLY $2100!!!
    OR any domain for $60.

    Contact kj @ kjmaster .com

    100PERCENT.CO
    ACTWORK.CO
    ANTIVIRUSPROTECTOR.CO
    BAD-CREDIT.CO
    BADCREDITCARD.CO
    BCLCACL.CO
    CARLOANONLINE.CO
    CAR-LOAN-ONLINE.CO
    CELLULARAPPS.CO
    CHEAPAMAZON.CO
    CHEAPIPHONE.CO
    CHEFDEPOT.CO
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    EODO.CO
    FINANCECALC.CO
    FORE-CLOSURES.CO
    FREEMOTOR.CO
    FREESTREAMING.CO
    FREEVEHICLE.CO
    FUTURETECHNOLOGY.CO
    HOME-FINANCE.CO
    INTHENEWS.CO
    LOANCALC.CO
    MAHARAJAH.CO
    MORTCALC.CO
    MORTGAGEAID.CO
    MORTGAGEHELP.CO
    OXIDES.CO
    PARTYDEPOT.CO
    POLYMORPHISM.CO
    RAMTHA.CO
    REALESTATE4U.CO
    REDLASER.CO
    RE-FINANCE.CO
    RENTHOTEL.CO
    SANSKRIT.CO
    SERVICEWARRANTY.CO
    SHALIMAR.CO
    SHORTCLIPS.CO
    SOLARCOST.CO
    THEHANGAR.CO

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:40 am

    cm

    I renewed some domain related .co

    DomainBroker

    DomainBrokerage

    DomainLawyer

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:51 am

    cm

    Jaron, Ill take loancalc
    email sent

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    John

    I am going to expire these domains

    cheapmall.com – $90
    rexchange.co – $70
    mmarket.co – $70
    1109.co – $40
    1127.co – $40
    1159.co – $40
    1211.co – 40
    1220.co -$40

    contact me via email in whois. Thanks

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:10 pm

    BlueFire1

    423.co -$1500
    413.co – $1500
    252.co – $2000
    UrbanWear.co – $1000
    Contact: ajamesdomains [at] gmail [dot] com

    Brite.co – $300
    MemphisHomes.co – $150
    Bealestreet.co – $150
    RapBeats.co $200
    TriCity.co – $50
    PurpleCow.co – $35
    SpaCity.co – $50
    TheEmpire.co – $35

    Contact: ajamesdomains [at] gmail [dot] com

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    dImeNSioNfIfTh

    BULK FIXED PRICE >>> $35 FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING 11 DOMAINS (that’s $385 in total):

    vrr.co (367,000+ searches)

    ygl.co

    yve.co (CPC=$11.54)

    cqu.co

    kku.co

    WeGot.co (We Got Company :)

    ColdMix.co

    Kinematics.co

    OnlineStatistics.co

    ReferralProgram.co

    OnlineProtection.co

    Interested in only one or few? Make an offer on the domains landing offer page on sedo or buy at $250 fixed price.

    Lastly:
    TrafficRank.co (waiting for the big .com sale)
    SalesIncentive.co (auction running, plural .com sold at $10k+ and developed)

    I saw some .com posted here so here’s one of mine: PrivacyCleanup.com

    BUYER WILL PAY ALL TRANSACTION/ESCROW/TRANSFER FEES.

    IF I RECEIVE AN OFFER FOR SOME OF THE 11 DOMAINS THEN THE $385 BULK PRICE WILL GO DOWN BY $35 FOR EACH GONE DOMAIN.

    Contact:
    @dimensionfifth
    Skype: dimensionfifth
    dimensionfifth@gmail.com
    bit.ly/sedop (domain folio)
    bit.ly/5brnd (logo folio for some domains)

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    AB

    iup.co
    smarttvs.co
    jugo.co (juice in Spanish)

    Contact via the whois info if interested

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    dImeNSioNfIfTh

    opportunity.co recently changed the social page on their website from “tweets about .co” (which showed any tweet with #dotco) to “tweets from .co”.
    I GUESS this decision came when domainers -like me- have been using this tag -specially these days when a year has passed- to market their .co domains which isn’t appropriate to display on the .co website

    July 17th, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    Domains

    We have available:

    BAVARO.CO (a great tourist pole in Dominican Republic)
    CHUZZLE.CO (great for websites related to this game)
    LISTIN.CO (“list in” in english or “listín” in spanish)
    UEPA.CO (“uepa!” expression)
    DIMELO.CO (“dimelo!” expression in spanish, last year “DIMELO.COM” was selled for US$15K)

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    URLWala

    I am selling the following for 150USD each:

    brokering.co

    repairing.co

    designing.co

    pizzadominos.co

    desktoppublishing.co

    contact me at jpkhanduri(@)rediffmail.com

    Thanks

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:26 pm

    Ron Wells

    Great post Elliot, thanks!

    These are expiring soon … I will take $80 each:

    appealsattorneys.co
    appealslawyer.co
    appealslawyers.co
    appellateattorneys.co
    appellatelawyer.co
    appellatelawyers.co
    civilrightsattorney.co
    duidefenselawyers.co
    insuranceestimate.co
    insuranceestimates.co
    insurancelawyers.co
    insuranceprovider.co
    lawyermalpractice.co
    lifeinsuranceproducts.co
    lithographs.co
    slipandfallattorney.co

    Contact me by email by visiting the domain and clicking the link at the top of the page (right hand side).

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    Serkan Kaya

    dizifilm.co
    framerelay.co
    ihracat.co
    iplc.co
    ipphone.co
    ipvpn.co
    kalem.co
    sonet.co

    contact me if you are interested

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    Absolutely Pathetic

    What a pathetic display. What a shame that industry leaders never stepped forward to save these people from themselves. It happens every time a new loser extension comes out.

    Forum owners now realize that there once million dollar forums are now trash cans and places where serious people stay away from.

    It was only fair. If you want to let these types of people run wild on the forums, and if you are going to allow for the scamming of new domainers who don’t know better, then this is what you get.

    An absolute disgraceful performance by people who have zero idea what makes a domain name have value. It boggles the mind, really. It is funny, yet disappointing. It seems like a bad April Fool’s joke. The people listing their names don’t seem to have a clue that the joke is on them.

    I predict many bankrupties, to go along with the continuous pumping by these idiots. Good luck with that. Amazing.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    Jacek

    Guys

    Would any of You be so kind as to say which extention .co or .net has better chance for success (not to distant future say 3-5 years) ?
    regards
    Jacek

    ps. I do have some other domains for sale or…. Please visit me at http://www.BestNameForDomain.com. Professional comments will be appreciated as I am a new player to the domain world

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Owen

    Bfitz
    Contact me let me tell your story so others don’t fall into the same trap. I can probably show you how to find money in the assets. You are already on to one of the strategies.

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    Ajit

    Thanks for the post Elliot.

    I have 3 .co domains which I think will be worth it.

    QLX.CO (lll)
    PORNOFREE.CO (More than 650,000 exact searches)
    VIDEOPORNOGRATIS.CO (More than 800,000 exact searches)

    I am ready to sell them at a bulk price of $5000.

    Pls contact me at the given email. You may also contact me through the domains’ listing at sedo.co.uk

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    Mason

    I Realized i posted this initially without the pricing, so here you go

    domaining [at] masongoecke [dot] com

    ASPENAPARTMENT.CO – $100
    ASPENHOUSES.CO – $150
    ASPENHOUSING.CO – 100
    BOULDERAPARTMENT.CO -100
    BOULDERHOUSES.CO – 150
    BOULDERHOUSING.CO -100
    COLORADOAPARTMENTS.CO – 200
    COLORADOHOUSING.CO – 150
    DENVERAPARTMENT.CO – 200
    DENVERHOUSING.CO – 200
    GOLDBELT.CO 150
    HATERADE.CO 150
    INSIDEINFORMATION.CO 200
    MIAMIHOUSES.CO – 750
    MIAMIHOUSING.CO 400
    PALMERLAKE.CO 200 good geo
    PHOENIXAPARTMENT.CO 200
    PHOENIXHOUSES.CO 1000
    PHOENIXHOUSING.CO 350
    SCOTTSDALEHOUSING.CO 250
    ST-ELMO.CO – 100 – exact colorado geo
    TEMPEHOMES.CO 350
    TEMPEHOUSING.CO 200

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:41 pm

      Elliot Silver

      @ pathetic

      There will always be people making stupid investments no matter what… Just like there will always be anonymous cowards who make unconstructive comments.

      This isn’t kindergarten either. Nobody needs to be responsible for the investments of others. I’ve been very open with the fact that I haven’t invested much in .CO and don’t think it will be a good short term investment. There are plenty of people making some money though. A $40 sale on a .CO is likely a 150% profit. However, there are millions of worthless .com names, and I’d rather own a 3 letter .CO than a nonsensical .com.

      Sorry that you’re such a negative person.

      July 17th, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    Abhi

    I have FRM.co with price of $500. If anyone is interested contact before 19 July..

    July 17th, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    BFitz

    Add PBP .co to my list above so 27 LLL .co for $1,600, that’s $59.25 each. They also had 588 unique visitors in they last 30 days if parked is accurate. Many were not on parked until the last couple weeks so I estimate traffic at 650 per month for this portfolio.

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    Barry

    @Elliot

    But look at the state of your blog post Elliot.. these poor people are falling over each other after spending thousands of dollars they were lead into believing we’re investements.

    It’s disgraceful how the fat cats have plaid them, taken their money and pissed all over them – another sickening show of greed!

    Where does it all lead to – it’s unreal !!

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:10 pm

      Elliot Silver

      @ Barry

      Go have a look at the shitty .com names currently for sale on namepros and dn forum right now.

      Why should anyone be responsible for people who buy garbage domain names? Since domain names were first available, there have always been people who buy domain names that aren’t worth anything to anyone.

      I would imagine that if i posted the same thread for people to list any names for sale, it would result in similarly lengthy replies. One thing that is interesting is that people here don’t seem to be liquidating their names right now, even though some probably should take whatever they can get.

      July 17th, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    Will S

    Rationale.co – $250
    Anatomical.co – $50
    KingWilliam.co – $50
    Reak.co – $50
    Raws.co – $50
    Pipp.co – $50
    Ripp.co – £50
    Pitz.co – $30
    HolidayBargains.co -$100
    IndianOceanHolidays.co – $50
    Sexey.co – $75
    Chasity.co – $75
    Solicitation.co – $100
    SoundStore.co – $75

    or $500 for the lot

    Email nswill13@gmail.com if interested

    Thanks, Will

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    Boz

    Hi, I sell my portfolio of CO for 330 USD :

    Cashs.co
    Ebanco.co
    Scratches.co
    Allthe.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    LindaM

    I offer $30 for ALLTHE.CO . email me contact@dxsign.com :)

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Anders Olofsson

    Hi!

    Some let go´s up for pregrab:

    bodyproducts.co
    constructiontools.co
    chizu.co
    howtosay.co
    yielding.co
    nametrade.co
    nametrading.co
    elfumar.co
    promession.co
    greengrave.co
    dataretrieval.co
    alternativetreatment.co
    authorities.co
    ccsf.co
    southbankcentre.co
    tripadvise.co
    tripadvising.co

    $25 a pop
    ALL: $350

    Cheers

    aolofs@gmail.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    BFitz

    You know Owen, if you re-read your touching piece above it highlights how well Epik makes money for Epik. I’m a capitalist and fine with that, but your relentless promotion warrants note. Rob is a highly likable guy and one smart cookie, way smarter than me. The guy can sell ice to Eskimos. I was open and outward in my support even after the de-listing. But at some point “it has to make dollars if it makes sense.”

    The story?

    Once upon a time a guy named Bob Fitz decided to play product domain developer. He bought a bunch of online properties believing the sellers statements about ROI. They did not deliver 1% of what was promised and the seller wouldn’t even buy them back at a huge discount. His wife gave him shit and his accountant called him an idiot.

    The End.

    @Elliot, sorry for the hijack.

    July 17th, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Robert Cline

    Since last night my

    LLL.Co

    page has garnered over 8,000 views

    can you say

    WHOooHooo!!

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    Datura

    Very smart post by Elliot. This thread confirms just how many passive and non passive visitors he has who read his blog. It also allows anyone in the industry to quickly get an overview (or at quick snapshot) of the current state of the .co investment arena. For those who’ve stayed away from registering an .co’s like myself, this really helps determine whether one should invest or not invest. From what i can see, if you’re lucky you *might* stumble upon a worthwhile .co here or there.

    Personally speaking, I’m still struggling to grasp the fact that .co is a Colombian domain extension. So to buy a geo .co just seems silly. (for example: texas.co) Perhaps I’m dead wrong, but it just doesn’t seem logical. I think it would be a big struggle for the general public to catch on, not to mention get confused with texas.com, in the above example. My guess is that one who have much more success in either one word generics or LL, and LLL’s. Other than that, much of what i see here is just noise and confusion.

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    Robert Cline

    Does anyone know what

    .ME and .TV

    stands from

    I sure heck don’t.

    to me it just means

    .ME and .TV

    does anyone cognitively think this out and say

    oh it is a country code for ?

    No I don’ t think so.

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:10 pm

    Alex

    Lemuria.co
    LagunaHills.co
    PinealGland.co
    Havasu.co
    Netroots.co
    BuySites.co
    ReverseEngineering.co
    DigitalSurveillance.co
    MagneticEnergy.co
    Abiotic.co
    FuelEfficientCars.co
    Kstreet.co
    InvitationCards.co
    BridalBouquets.co
    Sidekicks.co
    PoliticalCapital.co
    Sumerian.co
    WirelessElectricity.co
    WirelessEnergy.co
    ElectromagneticEnergy.co
    HydroelectricEnergy.co
    AnaerobicRespiration.co
    WasteContainers.co
    GroupHomes.co
    ResumeBuilders.co
    SelfInterest.co
    InstantGratification.co
    PoliticalActivist.co
    FusionEnergy.co
    SchoolOfThought.co
    CreatineKinase.co
    HairBrushes.co
    HairCombs.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    Alex

    Lemuria.co
    LagunaHills.co
    PinealGland.co
    Havasu.co
    Netroots.co
    BuySites.co
    ReverseEngineering.co
    DigitalSurveillance.co
    MagneticEnergy.co
    Abiotic.co
    FuelEfficientCars.co
    Kstreet.co
    InvitationCards.co
    BridalBouquets.co
    Sidekicks.co
    PoliticalCapital.co
    Sumerian.co
    WirelessElectricity.co
    WirelessEnergy.co
    ElectromagneticEnergy.co
    HydroelectricEnergy.co
    AnaerobicRespiration.co
    WasteContainers.co
    GroupHomes.co
    ResumeBuilders.co
    SelfInterest.co
    InstantGratification.co
    PoliticalActivist.co
    FusionEnergy.co
    SchoolOfThought.co
    CreatineKinase.co
    HairBrushes.co
    HairCombs.co

    alex@bickle.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:14 pm

    Priv

    Can’t blame Elliot for this but shows how anyone can buy ads on the top 10 domaining blogs, issue some press releases about a new .cctld and via!

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    dImeNSioNfIfTh

    This looks like the day stock markets first dropped in the economical crisis, everybody wants to sell. I wonder if this thread or the upcoming .co drops (that will eventually make some investors quit domaing) will effect the index on idnx.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 4:55 pm

    RAYY.co

    iTablets.CO $2m – $4m

    Do like Rick Schwartz style, stick to high price…for end users…

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:01 pm

    Dan

    @Robert Cline…

    .me is going no where

    The islands of Tuvalu…got lucky to get this domain extension, .TV (huge blunder by ICANN) ~ IMHO

    Reality is that 99% of people that seen this domain extension…just assume it was created to stand for “TV” or “Television”

    And this is just NOT the case at all.

    Again, just like .CO will always be in the end the country domain extension for Columbia…

    .TV is still just the country domain extension for the Tuvalu islands… which should have NEVER been approved by ICANN.

    Instead it should be a new extension just coming out in 2012 -2013…that actually means “TV” or “Television”.

    Besides, the domain country extension for “Tuvalu”….should in reality be: .’TU”

    But,

    Verisign and others… muscled ICANN…into granting .TV to them, for their own financial benefits….IMHO

    Peace!
    Dan

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    moseling

    good idea Elliot, lets see if it meets some success

    2u2.co
    lyl.co
    eoil
    externaldrives.co
    konzert.co
    wetterbericht.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    Brad Mugford

    @ Rayy.co

    Rick Schwartz, Frank Schilling, Michael Berkens, Mike Mann, etc. can ask high prices for a few major reasons -

    1.) They generally have assets that end users want.
    2.) They all have huge portfolios.
    3.) They don’t need the cash, so they have no motivation to sell for less than top dollar.

    That business model is hard to replicate entering the market today.

    Brad

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    Josip

    Cheeseburgers .co
    Nationality .co
    Requests .co
    Progresso .co
    On-line .co

    All for $550 or make your individual bid. This price is valid only for a short time!

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    dImeNSioNfIfTh

    Agree with you Brad Mugford

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:15 pm

    Tom

    I am selling 2 .co domains:

    * nutritionist.co – $4000, .com is valued at $216,000 at valuate.com
    * suede.co – $900, .com is valued at $259,000 at valuate.com

    Please e-mail if you’d like to purchase.

    Thanks,
    Tom

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    Tom

    I am selling 2 .co domains:

    * nutritionist.co – $4000, .com is valued at $216,000 at valuate.com
    * suede.co – $900, .com is valued at $259,000 at valuate.com

    Please e-mail me at tomk15@live.com if you’d like to purchase.

    Thanks,
    Tom

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    dImeNSioNfIfTh

    Does anyone see any flying pigs anymore? It turned out that pigs couldn’t fly after all…IT’S RAINING PIGS
    LOOOOOOOOL

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Rob

    $99 each or all 7 for $500

    WesternHats.co
    WorkShoes.co
    CopyMachines.co
    RecordPlayer.co
    RecordPlayers.co
    DownloadFreeRingtones.co
    DownloadFreeMovies.co

    registered @ dynadot (rec3@cox.net)

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    Robert Cline

    WTF!

    we loss on penalty kicks.

    craps!!

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    moseling

    hey hey the list was not complete, i stroke a wrong key :)

    epilation.co
    anticellulite.co
    luksus.co
    rijbewijs.co
    vodca.co
    manicura.co
    permiso.co
    ginecologista.co
    relooking.co
    thermes.co
    occaz.co
    bremsen.co
    1fo.co
    aspirateur.co
    plaquettedefrein.co
    chaudiere.co
    allezhop.co
    actualite.co
    ongle.co
    recyclage.co
    onygo.co
    and other french based .co domains for people who are interested …

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    Robert Cline

    OMG!!

    i am grief stricken.

    I am heart broken

    we loss to japan

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    Robert Cline

    I am in tears.

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:26 pm

    P

    According to .CO facts only 2% people have more than 10 domains. What we see here is really nothing…
    I have seen many guys` portfolio about 500-1000 .co`s each.

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Robert Cline

    I would give away 1/3 of my .Co position

    if I could magically give us the win.

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:32 pm

    mike summers

    carbroker.co 900 each or 1500 for pair
    carbrokers.co

    grouptherapy.co 1250

    2000 for all three

    another note- any body know how to get ahold of mike cohen of wannadevelop ? he took over 4k for web dev and won’t get back to me at all with email or calls. how is this possible when he is still trying to get new clients?? this is getting into baseball bat territory here with flat out stealing.

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:41 pm

    Dan

    @Robert Cline

    USA had more than enough chances in the first 1/2…the score before half time, should have been 3-5 to Zero, with any luck at all.

    Then, they made a huge mistake, when they were up 2-1 with about 8 minutes left… and to use a ‘football’ term… they went into a ‘prevent defense’…when they had played the whole game…in Japans side of the field.

    And, all of a sudden…they let Japan play on their side of the field. (coaching blunder)

    Unfortunate…as they played more than well enough to win… but, bad coaching at the end, led to the ‘tie’… and mental mistakes on the free overtime goal shots…killed them.

    Great game, but I cannot feel sorry for them, as it was theirs to lose…and they did.

    USA out played Japan 85% of the game…

    what are you going do…

    Peace!
    Dan

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Jacek

    Hi Guys
    All this talk about renewing .co’s so inspired by it I’ve just bought renewing.co :) Is or will it be worth more than 15 bucks? Only time will tell, but partly it is in Your hands: As the domain superpower of the world You set the standards: the more .co’s You develop into websites the more they will be worth or so it’d seem. This is oc my private opinion as an European and beginner
    best of luck
    sweet dreams of available .com’s (already midnight in Europe :)
    Jacek
    ps. really hoped that You as domain PROS and Americans would be so kind as to advise me on which one to buy: .net or .co (sorry but I’m not that stupid to leave .com for .co if available as someone suggested)

    July 17th, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    Robert Cline

    @Dan

    hearing from you pains me more.

    I did not see it

    just been reading online play by play action

    did not realize

    that we had many opportunities

    nevertheless, I have

    cried a bucket full of tears.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    Miguel Galan

    Hello everyone, thank you Elliot for your advice and also for this .
    I´m already surpised with the .co domains posted by now, hundreds of them whit some great names on some lists.
    I have just a few items but some of them are great options (especially for Spanish speakers market):

    zake.co
    trece.co
    lgbtt.co
    galan.co
    hotelito.co
    huesped.co
    candidata.co
    panamericanos.co
    panamericangames.co

    I´ll be pleased to ear offers starting from $100.00 each domain.
    Good luck!

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    BullS

    My god, so many “KILLER” dot co to choose.
    Please someone help me choose the right one so I can be rich.

    *************************8
    It is so ironic, the Americans are so much bigger, taller,stronger and faster but they lost which they deserve to lose.

    You can really feel the Japanese girls wanted to win more….oh yea…the eyes of the tiger.

    Solo is 6ft 3in and the tallest Japan player is only 5ft 6″
    ******************************************

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    RAYY.co

    @Brad,

    “…Rick Schwartz, Frank Schilling, Michael Berkens, Mike Mann, etc. can ask high prices for a few major reasons -”

    You are absolutely right.

    I was just joking on my part…just mucking around…for domain sales strategies…lol.

    I probably fit to the 3rd point you mentioned: “…They don’t need the cash, so they have no motivation to sell for less than top dollar.”

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    Adi

    Great post – now I’ll just monitor the .cos I like, wait until they have expired and try to grab them then ;)

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    Mudpeye

    Good Afternoon “Gentleman”

    I enjoyed reading all the comments. Especially the the ones from
    all the Pedantic Aholes From which they speakith
    “Me thinks you protest too loudly”!! Comes to mind.
    Just a thought

    Have a nice day
    Mudpeye
    Oh! Do have a couple
    DietSystem.co , CreditRescue.co and
    2Oz.co as in Wizard of Oz or 2oz.co as in 2 ounces
    Any Comments?
    Then I shall sally forth to slay my next windmill

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    Robert Cline

    ok, I see why we may have lossed

    and why

    japan beat

    Sweden
    Germany
    USA

    that goal on the outside of the left foot, not easy to do, Solo went left which is natural

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    Robert Cline

    we did have a great team tough

    our girls looked the best

    just didn’t finish

    the gods were not on our side.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    Robert Cline

    come to think of it

    Japan
    USA
    Brazil
    Sweden
    Germany

    all had amazing teams

    any one of the top 5 teams could have won it.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    Robert Cline

    i would hate to miss the penalty kick

    martha’s the best though.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    coltrane

    @Robert Cline

    What country are you in? Its LOSE not LOSS

    it LOST not LOSSED……no wonder these .co names sell.

    July 17th, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    Richards

    Thanks for doing this Elliot.

    Cline’s consistency finally makes a bit more sense. Hate to say it but Cline has actually got quite an artillery if he has the patience to keep them.

    Many other dotcos are on here because they were going to be dropped anyway and hence are of a much lower quality than a lot of the market. A simple bit of research will show that that there are both a greater number and greater proportion of crappy dotcoms than dotco.

    I thought it was the unspoken strategy to hold these (good ones) through 2010, 2011 and maybe even 2012?

    Anyway, to keep things in perspective – these are only a fraction of the 1% the registry has verified of owners who have 11 or more domains.

    99% are businesses, organisations and cautious domain investors who own 1, 2 or 10. Also bear in mind that there are those like myself who own less than 20 .co domains that also fall into that 1%.

    This is by no means a bubble and if I never even sold one .co domain, I would be happy with the revenue generated by them.

    July 17th, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    Louise

    Japan played its heart out, and I was rooting for Japan – yay!

    July 17th, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    Solomon

    I am selling 3 .co domains:

    RUTH.CO – $5000
    LESBO.CO– $4000
    JOBOPENINGS.CO $500

    Please contact me via whois if you would like to purchase.

    Thanks,

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    Robert Cline

    it was an amazing women’s tournament.

    best I’ve seen.

    mmmhhh!!

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    Robert Cline

    I still feel the US team are winners

    penalty kick, ehh

    could have gone either way.

    July 17th, 2011 at 8:48 pm

    BullS

    “could have gone either way.”

    ha ha…but it went to the Land of the Rising SUN!!!

    Lesson learned-the game is not over until it is OVER…

    Very happy Japan won and they deserve the win….as they WANT to win.

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    PendingDelete

    It looks there are so many .co dropping

    I show some of mine:

    ANX(dot)co
    EDZ(dot)co
    JNN(dot)co
    OGX(dot)co
    PYW(dot)co
    adolescence(dot)co

    $20 for each

    info[at]pendingdelete.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    Dan

    Hi,

    A little off subject…

    But, since this has to be the most active domain thread on a Sunday night ;)

    Since 6:15pm PST ~ I have not be able to get the website:

    http://domaining.com/

    To resolve…

    Is just me, or can some access it right now?

    Thanks,
    ‘D’

    July 17th, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    Christopher

    $20 each for:

    melgibson.co
    beechstreet.co
    codici.co (codes in Italian)
    centralhudson.co
    navegacion.co
    goldsales.co
    dnasequence.co
    cultivation.co
    pistola.co (gun in spanish)
    hotelvancouver.co
    4way.co

    email mrmustard23 AT gmail.com or via whois

    July 17th, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    phil

    BoulderLawyers.co $10,000

    BoulderBankruptcyLawyers.co $5,000

    BoulderDefenseLawyers.co $5,000

    BoulderDivorceLawyers.co $7,500

    BoulderInjuryLawyers.co $10,000

    ShopNewYork.co $1500

    ResortGuide.co $1500

    You can see a much larger list of other names at SynergyMedia.co

    Ps.Thanks Elliot for this thread for everyone.

    contact me at Phgauge000@aol.com

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:15 pm

    LS Morgan

    There will always be people making stupid investments no matter what… Just like there will always be anonymous cowards who make unconstructive comments.
    —–

    Well, I’m not anonymous- and while I’m probably a generally ‘negative’ person, that same cynicism allows me to see trainwrecks like this before they jump the rails.

    I mean, seriously- at what point does the cheerleading stop, in the name of ‘positive thinking’, and people start feeling comfortable with calling this spade for the spade that it really is? Is the .co blog advertising REALLY so lucrative that it’s worth suspending logic and moderating the truth, over?

    This is a fucking bloodbath- you know it, I know it, everyone but the poor, suffering SOB’s tied up in it knows it… Granted, they’re all about to learn this lesson the hard way, but when you see a blind man skipping towards the edge of a cliff, do you say nothing on the off chance that he might have wings and be able to fly?

    What’s so nasty about this is that this entire failboat didn’t even require the benefit of hindsight.

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    Funter

    comparar.co – spanish word for “compare”

    price – $200

    email: hittle@hotmail.co.uk

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:28 pm

    Robert Cline

    @LS Morgan

    reading your post I can feel, taste your bitterness

    why ?

    why are you so emotionally entangled with the .Co that

    you seem to make it a personal mission to downplay what Juan, Lori, and team have managed to do.

    what have you achieved that you are so haughty and better than everyone else ?

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:57 pm

    Damon

    OMG, so many newbies got onto .CO. So many of those names will drop. I would not have touched 99 % of the names listed with a 10 foot pole to be honest.

    Don’t people even research anymore? It’s like no effort went into their selections at all! Quality, not quantity.

    When the dust settles I look forward to seeing how .CO will evolve and how much it will increase in value over the next 5 years.

    I may be willing to let go of some of my less valuable ones for the right price.

    sermon.co
    wolverine.co
    territory.co
    fileserver.co
    outsourced.co
    vegasonline.co
    newcomputer.co
    truckleasing.co
    being.co
    loud.co
    nerds.co
    liquidators.co
    pokermachines.co
    rainforests.co
    prams.co
    buymobiles.co
    torture.co

    July 17th, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    Robert Cline

    You know, I think this thread is not the best place to list domains for sale.

    I doubt any buyers visit this forum, thinking, Oh I need a domain name for my business, I’m going to elliots forum to get myself a nice domain name.

    These forums are filled with predominantly sellers and domainers.

    Therefore you see someone list their domain right before renewal and naturally think

    desperate

    When in fact it is just another channel of marketing.

    @LS Morgan

    you try and sound smart, but you come across arrogant and trying too hard to put down a beast of an extension that is eating you from the inside out.

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:03 am

    Damon

    @Robert

    Hold your good LLL’s. Drop most of the other names you have. Unless you have an income substantial to the renewal costs to get your money back over the next 5 years.

    Interseting idea Elliot. I always enjoy reading your blog. You really opened a can of worms here dude. Ha ha.

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:03 am

    Dan

    @ Robert Cline

    “reading your post I can feel, taste your bitterness

    why ?

    why are you so emotionally entangled with the .Co”

    ___

    Are you kidding me Robert or what….

    I can pull up 20 – 30 post on different forums from the past 3 weeks alone, That show’s your, border line INSANE “emotionally entanglement”…with .CO domain names…

    Now your the person of ‘reason’?

    Tooo Much!

    ___

    ‘D’

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:16 am

    RAYY.co

    iGot.CO $45k

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:37 am

    Robert Cline

    so its been 24 hours

    and I’ve gotten in excess of

    15,000 views on the home page

    so what does this translate into –

    a hell of a lot of visitors I think.

    maybe in excess of 2000 unique visitors

    what do you think ?

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:55 am

    Boz

    Hi,

    I sell my portfolio (3 .CO) for 250 USD (negotiable) :

    Cashs.co
    Ebanco.co
    Scratches.co

    \sold/ Allthe.co \sold/

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:59 am

    Rob

    After the devasting earthquake / tsunami and resulting nuclear disaster that Japan just went through they, more than any of the other teams, Their win should go a long way in helping to boost spirits over in Japan! Great game by both final teams! (The US Women’s Soccer team is great as always!)

    July 18th, 2011 at 2:21 am

    Rob

    After the devasting earthquake / tsunami and resulting nuclear disaster that Japan just went through they, more than any of the other teams, deserved this win – which should go a long way in helping to boost spirits over in Japan! Great game by both final teams! (The US Women’s Soccer team was great as always!)

    July 18th, 2011 at 2:22 am

    Jacek

    @LS Morggan

    Oh man! You are out of touch with reality -> what bloodbath??
    Children and women getting raped and murdered every day – that’s a real bloodbath. This is just domaining, a new hooby of mine, no big deal

    By the way: I’ll try to make You and other nice people smile: I just bought:

    1. be optimistic and COUNTON.co
    2. just PLAYWITH.co
    3. if it doesn’t take off I’ll just GETOVER.co
    4. but then if it doeas take off I will REOPEN.co my business

    If YOU like I can sell You any of these nice domains real cheap (just send me an email at sun_rise@wp.pl, no insults please)

    That all about .co’s for now. I do have BestAmericanSEX.com which is my choice to hit the american market with. What do You think? Is MostIntelligent.com any better?

    Have a nice day everyone
    Jacek
    ps. once again as domain PROS please support me with a good advice if You have one. I’ve heard many times about the kind Americans: as far as the US market is concerned: which looks better for the future .net or .co?

    July 18th, 2011 at 2:40 am

    Web Admin

    Have a ton of .co’s. Will be worth something, someday.

    Would love to partner with someone smart and develop sites for the following domains:

    vehicles.co
    autoglass.co
    autorental.co
    island.co
    smartphones.co
    notebooks.co
    dvdmovies.co
    irsforms.co
    petro.co
    allergies.co
    duiattorney.co
    duilawyer.co

    I also have some super high CPC names like mesothelioma, etc. $40 and higher.

    Let’s partner up. Who’s in?

    July 18th, 2011 at 3:13 am

    Brad Mugford

    “I’ve heard many times about the kind Americans: as far as the US market is concerned: which looks better for the future .net or .co?”

    .NET by a landslide.

    There are close to 15M total regs.
    It is a well known extension, and has credibility. Plus it is a true gTLD.

    Brad

    July 18th, 2011 at 3:18 am

    gus

    vinegar.co $177
    waiting.co $177
    yeast.co $300
    frito.co $177

    email me @ marzo_24@netzero.net

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:25 am

    Michal

    internetpage.co

    In case of any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Regards

    Michal

    July 18th, 2011 at 7:45 am

    Mitch

    @ PendingDelete
    @ Christopher

    You guys get it!

    That’s what this thread is/was to be.

    Over 200 posts and getting off topic.
    I think the shelf life for this thread has expired.

    Save us Elliot, close it. :)

    July 18th, 2011 at 8:50 am

    Robert

    Santoku.co

    $250.00

    Cheers!

    July 18th, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Jigsaw

    For $500 each
    premiumwatches.co (The “Domain King” owns premiumwatch.co)
    germancars.co

    Let me know if interested at info@jigsawtechnologies.com

    July 18th, 2011 at 9:59 am

    Jaron

    GET ALL 42 DOMAINS FOR ONLY $1260!!!

    Contact kj @ kjmaster .com

    100PERCENT.CO
    ACTWORK.CO
    ANTIVIRUSPROTECTOR.CO
    BAD-CREDIT.CO
    BADCREDITCARD.CO
    BCLCACL.CO
    CARLOANONLINE.CO
    CAR-LOAN-ONLINE.CO
    CELLULARAPPS.CO
    CHEAPAMAZON.CO
    CHEAPIPHONE.CO
    CHEFDEPOT.CO
    COMPARERATES.CO
    CREDIT4YOU.CO
    CURRENCY-CONVERTER.CO
    ECOEARTH.CO
    EODO.CO
    FINANCECALC.CO
    FORE-CLOSURES.CO
    FREEMOTOR.CO
    FREESTREAMING.CO
    FREEVEHICLE.CO
    FUTURETECHNOLOGY.CO
    HOME-FINANCE.CO
    INTHENEWS.CO
    MAHARAJAH.CO
    MORTCALC.CO
    MORTGAGEHELP.CO
    OXIDES.CO
    PARTYDEPOT.CO
    POLYMORPHISM.CO
    RAMTHA.CO
    REALESTATE4U.CO
    REDLASER.CO
    RE-FINANCE.CO
    RENTHOTEL.CO
    SANSKRIT.CO
    SERVICEWARRANTY.CO
    SHALIMAR.CO
    SHORTCLIPS.CO
    SOLARCOST.CO
    THEHANGAR.CO

    July 18th, 2011 at 10:09 am

    July 18th, 2011 at 10:18 am

    Jim Sickorez

    LocalTutors.co

    $588

    July 18th, 2011 at 10:52 am

    dimensionfifth

    SOLUTION FOR ALL DESPERATE .CO INVESTORS:
    SOLUTION FOR ALL DESPERATE .CO INVESTORS:
    SOLUTION FOR ALL DESPERATE .CO INVESTORS:

    I suggest you start an auction at dncountdown.com , I think this is the best practice right now.

    Forward your domain to it’s auction page over there, perhaps when an end-user types in your domain in the address bar they will land on the auction page, if you’re lucky they will want to bid before some one else takes the domain they want.

    You should place no reserve or low reserve if you want to attract domain investors too.

    In the description you should state that your contact info is in the WHOIS in case the reserve wasn’t met and the bidder still wants to contact you privately with their offer (such info is good for end users who don’t know there’s such thing as the WHOIS)

    If you got no bids there then I believe it’s a good idea to drop.

    I fixed priced some domains at $250 on sedo, click on my nickname of this post to go there.

    dimensionfifth@gmail.com
    Some logos for some domains bit.ly/5brnd (appreciate if you tweet/share my designs as a thank you for my suggestion)

    July 18th, 2011 at 11:04 am

    Aaron

    My full .co portfolio with prices are at http://domainfrogus.wordpress.com/

    These are not ‘clear it out before they expire’ prices, but they good names. I’m renewing them today.

    I’ll offer a discount for anyone who wants to buy in bulk. Shoot me an email if interested.

    Contact info is on the site. I’m not interested in getting into the great debate, and I won’t be following new comments on this page. For me, .co has more than paid off.

    July 18th, 2011 at 11:24 am

    Osy

    This is obviously a very special period for the .CO extension, marked by uncertainty. Today, I have officially renewed the last .CO I had for renewal. I had posted that NNN.co (052.co) for sale. However, since no one was willing to buy it for the small amout I posted, I renewed it, which means I am not consider selling it now. I currently have about a dozen .COs (some are really premium keywords) and in the process of developing two of them. Since I have renewed all my .COs, I am now on a “wait and see” period.

    July 18th, 2011 at 11:50 am

    James

    @josip I want Cheeseburgers.co message me

    July 18th, 2011 at 11:53 am

    Maciej

    TravelDestination.co is up for sale from 3500 -5000 EUR (negotiable). Name is fine for global as well Columbian travel company.

    Contact me also if you think you are able to broker TravelDestination.co to the end user. This domain is not going to be dropped for sure, also I’m going to actively prospect end users in two weeks, so the price given above is valid only limited time.

    You may catch me via maciej.wasyluk@gmail.com

    Thank you,
    Maciej

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    Crunk Domainz (see blog)

    Holla if you’re makin’ money!

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:29 pm

    blk

    dislike.co $2000
    415.co $800 (san francisco area code)
    ExWife.co $125
    depressants.co $125
    kitchencountertops.co $5000
    corporateattorney.co $5000
    entertainmentattorney.co $5000
    Ashdod.co $5000 (sixth largest city in Israel pop. over 200k Israel uses .co.il domain)

    squirts.it $2000
    hedgefunds.it $10000
    hedgefunds.com.br 10000

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    blk

    415.co is for $8000

    July 18th, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Divam Sharma

    Hi
    I have

    047.co $600
    450.co $1000

    Both names are already renewed
    Post me on the whois contact if you are interested.
    Regards

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    BlueFire1

    PLEASE, people who are sending $10, $25 offer for domains that have prices listed well above that — You are wasting everyone’s time.

    Imagine you are going to sell your house. You price it at $100k, and someone knocks on your door and offers you $1000. It is an insult and a waist of time. PLEASE be serious.

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:04 pm

    DNSO

    Lens.co currently on auction at Boxcar. Open at $100. Low reserve!

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    BFitz

    $30 each

    GoldCards.co
    PlatinumCards.co
    DowntownDenver.co
    HotelsInDenver.co
    StAugustine.co

    Refitz at cox dot net. (email)

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    Brad Mugford

    “magine you are going to sell your house. You price it at $100k, and someone knocks on your door and offers you $1000. It is an insult and a waist of time. PLEASE be serious.”

    @BlueFire1

    The analogy to real estate is flawed in this case as real estate has an obvious market and liquid value.

    Most domains in general do not. What is worth $10K to one person could be worth $0 to someone else.

    Many people are just unrealistic when it comes to pricing domains.

    Some people above are asking $1000+ for domains they know they will drop. Give me a break.

    Brad

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:25 pm

    Phil

    $500 each or big discounts for bulk:

    melon.co
    ioffer.co
    ally.co
    crazyshit.co
    bodycontact.co
    mmorpg.co
    speeddate.co
    glassdoor.co
    musicnotes.co
    deadline.co
    replacements.co
    roots.co
    zug.co
    weblogs.co
    waves.co
    wau.co
    voices.co
    videogamer.co
    versus.co
    turn.co
    tradingmarkets.co
    totalbeauty.co
    tonic.co
    timezone.co
    thoughts.co
    there.co
    textpattern.co
    textlinks.co
    streetball.co
    spill.co
    softwarepatch.co
    shortcuts.co
    shoplocal.co
    shareholder.co
    sensation.co
    scripting.co
    screensaver.co
    reply.co
    reason.co
    ranking.co
    premiere.co
    pornomovies.co
    pokertour.co
    parade.co
    onlinebank.co
    officer.co
    observer.co
    nerve.co
    marketingtips.co
    lakeside.co
    inlinks.co
    hoes.co
    hairboutique.co
    going.co
    gamesplanet.co
    gamepro.co
    freecall.co
    fotopages.co
    fitnessmagazine.co
    fashionshopping.co
    dvdstore.co
    dummies.co
    demo.co
    competitor.co
    combats.co
    chick.co
    cache.co
    businessdictionary.co
    briefing.co
    bidsystem.co
    backstage.co
    atom.co
    analog.co
    abstractfonts.co
    above.co
    bittorrent.co

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:27 pm

    cm

    BFitz

    I’ll buy StAugustine

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    Christopher

    Brad is right and this thread was (I thought) supposed to be for selling off the .co’s you are going drop. That means you should be asking no more than the renewal fee for your domains posted here so you can recoup your initial spending.

    It’s beyond ridiculous what some people here are asking for in this thread for utter garbage.

    This is not an end user venue. This is strictly domainers posting here that might want to grab your domains before you drop them because either you can’t afford to renew them or you don’t think they are worthwhile to renew. In either case don’t try to sell them for more than renewal fee. If you think they are worth so much more than suck it up and renew them.

    We (most of us) are not suckers who want to pay end user prices and beyond for the worthless crap you foolishly registered and won’t even pay the renewal fee for.

    Renewal date is tomorrow so if you want to avoid renewals, price accordingly $10-30 for stuff you are going to drop.

    One super awesome domainer GAVE me a bunch of domains before he dropped them because I had bought a couple from him before. Fairly decent domains too.

    Be REALISTIC about your prices. Do you want $10 or $0 dollars if you drop?

    Chris

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:39 pm

    Christopher

    melgibson.co
    beechstreet.co
    codici.co (codes in Italian)
    centralhudson.co
    navegacion.co
    goldsales.co
    dnasequence.co
    cultivation.co
    pistola.co (gun in spanish)
    hotelvancouver.co
    4way.co

    $10 each or all for $50. Paypal/GoDaddy push today only.

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    Christopher

    solarpaint.co
    transwestern.co

    $30 each

    July 18th, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    abc

    what about 30 usd each for below ones ?

    2XL.CO 9/27/2011 Active – Locked
    4WAY.CO 9/1/2011 Active – Locked
    ADDISABABA.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    AERIAL.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    AERIALCAM.CO 4/30/2012 Active – Locked
    AERIALMAPS.CO 4/30/2012 Active – Locked
    AERIALSURVEY.CO 4/30/2012 Active – Locked
    AERIALVANCOUVER.CO 5/2/2012 Active – Locked
    AEROBUS.CO 5/4/2012 Active – Locked
    AGUAPURA.CO 2/18/2012 Active – Locked
    AIRSHUTTLE.CO 5/4/2012 Active – Locked
    ALAJUELA.CO 2/17/2012 Active – Locked
    ALPINISMO.CO 7/28/2012 Active – Locked
    AMARANTH.CO 12/20/2011 Active – Locked
    AMERICANNEWS.CO 2/7/2012 Active – Locked
    ANDROIDPOKER.CO 2/18/2012 Active – Locked
    ANGELCAPITAL.CO 2/10/2012 Active – Locked
    APV.CO 7/20/2012 Active – Locked
    AQUILA.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    ARCHIMEDES.CO 9/16/2011 Active – Locked
    ATLANTICCOAST.CO 9/16/2011 Active – Locked
    ATMOS.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    AUTOBIOGRAPHIES.CO 2/10/2012 Active – Locked
    AYAHUASCA.CO 8/25/2011 Active – Locked
    BALLISTIC.CO 8/11/2011 Active – Locked
    BAMAKO.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BANNEDBOOKS.CO 2/5/2012 Active – Locked
    BARBEQUES.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BARHARBOR.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BARINAS.CO 2/17/2012 Active – Locked
    BARNA.CO 2/12/2012 Active – Locked
    BARQUISIMETO.CO 2/17/2012 Active – Locked
    BAYSTATE.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BCJOBS.CO 8/7/2011 Active – Locked
    BEECHSTREET.CO 7/19/2011 Active – Locked
    BENONI.CO 2/16/2012 Active – Locked
    BIGOIL.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BIOCHIPS.CO 2/18/2012 Active – Locked
    BIOSENSOR.CO 7/31/2012 Active – Locked
    BLACKANGUS.CO 9/1/2011 Active – Locked
    BLUEARROW.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BODYARMOUR.CO 8/11/2011 Active – Locked
    BOLOGNA.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    Printable Domain List
    Print
    BOLTON.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BOOKNEWS.CO 2/8/2012 Active – Locked
    BOYANOV.CO 7/23/2012 Active – Locked
    BRAVISSIMO.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BRAZZAVILLE.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BREAKFAST.CO 7/20/2012 Active – Locked
    BREAKFASTIDEAS.CO 2/17/2012 Active – Locked
    BREWCITY.CO 2/12/2012 Active – Locked
    BRUSSELS.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    BURUNDI.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CABIMAS.CO 2/17/2012 Active – Locked
    CAESAR.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CALIFORNIAN.CO 7/19/2011 Active – Locked
    CAMINATA.CO 7/28/2012 Active – Locked
    CANCERCURE.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CANDYBOX.CO 9/26/2011 Active – Locked
    CARA.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CARSWELL.CO 7/19/2011 Active – Locked
    CARTAGE.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CASCADIA.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CASH4SILVER.CO 1/16/2012 Active – Locked
    CENTRALHUDSON.CO 7/19/2011 Active – Locked
    CHENNAI.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CHINESENEWS.CO 2/7/2012 Active – Locked
    CHOCOLA.CO 5/8/2012 Active – Locked
    COMICS.CO 2/23/2012 Active – Locked
    COMIX.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CONTAINERHOMES.CO 2/18/2012 Active – Locked
    COOKINGGAME.CO 2/17/2012 Active – Locked
    COOLGIRL.CO 2/18/2012 Active – Locked
    CORNHUSKER.CO 2/11/2012 Active – Locked
    CORNSUGAR.CO 9/14/2011 Active – Locked
    COTEDIVOIRE.CO 7/19/2011 Active – Locked
    CREDITWATCH.CO 7/19/2012 Active – Locked
    CRIMINALRECORDCHECKS.CO 2/6/2012 Active – Locked
    CTBON.CO 2/10/2012 Active – Locked
    CUENCAREALESTATE.CO 2/9/2012 Active – Locked
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    July 18th, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    Brandon

    Premium (LLL.co domains) $499 & up
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    July 18th, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    abc

    @ Christopher

    “It’s beyond ridiculous what some people here are asking for in this thread for utter garbage.”

    Man you have so many low quality domains and you are talking things like this to people. Respect them!
    They probably done their best.

    Secondly, Some people do not aware that in the picture
    is other person not you.
    I think Eliot should not allow this, but he probably does not know.
    You try to earn people respect putting this picture…this is so childish.

    Christopher is young guy with beard looking like Muslim.
    I do not mean to offend you but its true.
    I saw your `interview` at zoop`s newsletter :)

    Few examples excellent Christopher`s domains which he even renewed , short brandable, ultra premium :)

    NAPAVALLEYBEDANDBREAKFAST.CO
    NAPABEDANDBREAKFAST.CO
    HYDROPONICGARDENING.CO
    KOCHBROTHERS.CO
    YELLOWHAMMER.CO (commercial one :)
    WATERPROOFPAPER.CO
    VIDEOGAMEADDICTION.CO
    TRUECRIME.CO :)
    SHOOTINGGALLERY.CO

    and many like these

    “It’s beyond ridiculous what some people ..” have:)

    July 18th, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    abc

    I think its impossible to misspell Christopher` domains above :) at least most

    July 18th, 2011 at 2:54 pm

    BlueFire1

    @Brad

    The analogy is valid if you don’t go into some over-analyzed debate about it.” I have X priced at XXXXX and somone offers XX”. The point is sending offers that are WAY lower than the listed price is an insult, regardless of the market.

    Evertytime I see your name on here its a guarantee you are .CO bashing or telling people they have made bad investments.We get it! You don’t like .CO, or don’t think its a sound investment.You have made your point.Get over it and move on.

    July 18th, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    BullS

    Keep those dot co coming because I am going to make big offers , I see many good dot co domains.

    I wanted to reg garbageco but it is already take so I took conversationoverload.com as there is too much BS talk.

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    Christopher

    abc (Peter, jednakropka@interia.pl)

    you are a petty, spoiled child.

    Elliot,

    I would appreciate if you could delete my list since I am getting emails for domains that I have no intention of selling.

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:17 pm

    Christopher

    For anyone that cares, Peter (abc) is bitter because I wouldn’t sell him my domains for his lowball prices so he lashes out like a pathetic, spoiled baby.

    peace.

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Christopher

    “Christopher is young guy with beard looking like Muslim.
    I do not mean to offend you but its true.”

    dude, you are beyond lame

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    BFitz

    Google just bought G.co

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    BFitz

    Google just bought G.co

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    Christopher

    Hey abc (Peter Olek),

    How are doing trying to get me UDRP’s? I’m still waiting since you’ve threatened me.

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Anders Olofsson

    @abc: Lowlife! Posting other peoples portfolios… Shut this down Elliot.

    July 18th, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    abc

    @ Christopher

    I do not know what you are talking about..
    You offend people everywhere thats why namepros (or dnjurnal) banned you from posting your stupid replies.
    You said about ban yourself at zoop.co
    They do not do that without reason.
    Also, you do not have respect for people who are for years in this industry like Rick Schwartz.
    You talked rubbish about Rick and so on at zoop.

    Its all true I recommend anyone to contact Chris( who is often on this blog ) and read your `interview`.

    And change this picture!!! why are you using someone`s picture?

    I just asked if you want sell your domains at 30 usd each I can do that as they are for sale.
    You should actually be happy for so good promotion.

    I think Elliot should only change that man picture which you posted in your profile

    Before criticising other people domains show first that you are so great.
    At the moment you are just ashamed.

    July 18th, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    Robert Cline

    here is the pricing schedule confirmed.

    L.Co $1,500,000.00
    LL.Co $150,000.00
    LLL.Co $15,000.00
    LLLL.Co $1,500.00
    LLLLL.Co $150.00

    July 18th, 2011 at 5:15 pm

    Robert Cline

    How rare are the following domains, not only are they the shortest but few in number

    Only
    26 L.Co $1,500,000.00
    676 LL.Co $150,000.00
    17,576 LLL.Co $15,000.00

    Makes these the Crown Jewels of Domains.

    July 18th, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    abc

    @ Christopher
    You really do not know how to appreciate people.
    I will not carry on talking with you.

    Bye honey.

    July 18th, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    Defaultuser

    I’ve had CUY(.)CO at GoDaddy listed for about $10 I think.. I don’t remember.

    No one interested.

    It’s even a REAL SPANISH WORD but it fails the “Premium” letter test that domainers love so much.

    Whatever. One stupid name, waste of time.

    July 18th, 2011 at 5:38 pm

    Robert Cline

    @Defaultuser

    to an average person

    G.Co

    might not be worth $10 , they might say, huh, what is that, I ain’t giving you my $10 bucks.

    But to google it is worth

    $2,500,000.00

    you get the point, you got to wait out for the right user, and they ain’t on godaddy I can tell you.

    July 18th, 2011 at 5:50 pm

    Robert Cline

    There is just as important news out as well that the G.Co news is overshadowing and that is that

    500startups.com will be rebranding themselves later this year as

    500.Co

    mmmmhhhhh!

    the .com upgrade to .Co has begun. Read the news here:

    http://blog.500startups.com/2011/07/18/we-are-500/

    July 18th, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    Dan

    @Robert…

    Please report back, when the do their first start-up out of ‘Colombia’.

    ‘D’

    July 18th, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    Tom

    I have some for low cost that I probably won’t renew:

    30TH.CO
    40TH.CO

    $30.00 each.

    I have CAPITALVENTURE.CO
    CAPITALVENTURE.US
    VACATIONPLACE.CO

    according to network solutions they want 21,000 for capitalventure.com
    any suggestions from experienced folks what these are worth?

    email: sendtotomwillits@yahoo.com for offers.

    July 18th, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    ALL THE .CO

    ALLTHE.CO purchased 24 hours ago on this thread, paid, transferred, all good (thanks Cedric). and now developed!

    >> TO ALL .CO OWNERS, SELLERS, INVESTORS:
    List your names for FREE at allthe.co – the worlds newest domain listing site, dedicated to .co domain names. To celebrate the launch, all standard listings are offered at NO CHARGE so please, come and list as many as you like! :) http://www.allthe.co

    This is going to make Robert Cline fall off his chair laughing, and its fair to say 24hours ago I had ZERO plans to make a .co site! Forgive me Elliot ;)

    July 18th, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    ALL THE .CO

    ALLTHE.CO purchased 24 hours ago on this thread, paid, transferred, all good (thanks Cedric). and now developed!

    >> TO ALL .CO OWNERS, SELLERS, INVESTORS:
    List your names for FREE at allthe.co – the worlds newest domain listing site, dedicated to .co domain names. To celebrate the launch, all standard listings are offered at NO CHARGE so please, come and list as many as you like! :) allthe.co

    This is going to make Robert Cline fall off his chair laughing, and its fair to say 24hours ago I had ZERO plans to make a .co site! Forgive me Elliot ;)

    July 18th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    BFitz

    Thank you for not buying my list. I just sold a LLL for $419 through Godaddy. What a sport…

    July 18th, 2011 at 8:02 pm

    LS Morgan

    I love how quite literally the !ONLY! .co domain I would ever want to own is not only posted in this thread for sale, but is one of the handful that someone actually bought.

    F me.

    July 18th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    BullS

    Please keep the dot co domains coming. Most of them are wonderful.

    I will be notifying most of you with my generous offers…..

    Checks in the mail.

    July 18th, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    dan

    @ BullS…

    ;) I call… “BUll$%#$” ! ;)

    Peace!
    ‘D’

    July 18th, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    Adrian

    All Names: $10 each.

    Combo: 2 for $15

    1DAY.CO
    3DWEBSITES.CO
    ANAHI.CO
    ASHANTI.CO
    AUCKLANDCITY.CO
    AUCKLANDCOUNCIL.CO
    AUCKLANDINFO.CO
    AYERSROCK.CO
    BADROMANCE.CO
    BANSHEE.CO
    BAYOFISLANDSINFO.CO
    BIGCITY.CO
    CHILDCAREONLINE.CO
    CHIPMUNKS.CO
    CHRISTCHURCHINFO.CO
    CIARA.CO
    CLAPTON.CO
    CLOONEY.CO
    CROMWELL.CO
    DEVONPORT.CO
    DICAPRIO.CO
    DIJON.CO
    ENRIQUE.CO
    FRINGE.CO
    GIOVANNI.CO
    HAMILTONINFO.CO
    HOBSON.CO
    KARINA.CO
    LONSDALE.CO
    MCCARTNEY.CO
    MCCULLOUGH.CO
    MCLEOD.CO
    MCNEAL.CO
    MOUNTRUSHMORE.CO
    MOUNTWASHINGTON.CO
    MTFUJI.CO
    MTOLYMPUS.CO
    MTRUSHMORE.CO
    MTWASHINGTON.CO
    NAPIERINFO.CO
    NEWZEALANDINFO.CO
    NZINFO.CO
    PALMERSTON.CO
    PARRAMATTA.CO
    PEMBROKE.CO
    PRAIA.CO
    QUEENSTOWNINFO.CO
    ROTORUAINFO.CO
    SAINTGEORGE.CO
    SHAQUILLE.CO
    SIGNWRITER.CO
    SIGNWRITERS.CO
    STGEORGES.CO
    SUDBURY.CO
    TAUPOINFO.CO
    TAURANGAINFO.CO
    THAMES.CO
    TIMBERLAKE.CO
    TOBOGGAN.CO
    VERONICAS.CO
    VESUVIUS.CO
    WELLINGTONINFO.CO
    WHITTAKER.CO
    WINTON.CO
    YANDEL.CO
    ZEESH.CO

    Email me ambission@gmail.com

    July 18th, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    BFitz

    Dijon sold

    July 18th, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    Jacek

    @Brad

    Thanks a lot Brad, I really appreciate Your opinion -> I am trying to keep my domain portfolio diversified between .com’s .co’s and ‘net’s. Although I think its just a matter of time and .co will become number 2 (before .net and .org) but its all up to the BIG players like Google and others (even SEDO is pushing it along with .me: see page 8)

    http://sedo.com/fileadmin/documents/pressdownload/Q1_2011Market_Study.pdf

    There are still some interesting domains available out there: for example I just bought IN-LAWS.net ->is it worth more than 10 bucks?

    And what about .tv’s, .me’s and .it’s? Are they worth while?

    Best of luck
    Jacek

    ps. I realize the list I posted at the begining is mostly composed of chicken sh.t names -> they make me laugh as well, which is good because it means that I am learning.
    I only wish I’d sent the money to charity instead

    July 18th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    BFitz

    @Adrian

    I just realized it was 2 for that price. I’ll take McLeod too if the offer still stands. Push to same account Dijon went to.

    Thanks and best!!

    July 18th, 2011 at 9:50 pm

    Adrian

    Anyone know of a godaddy .co renewal coupon that works?

    July 18th, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    cm

    Adrian,

    email sent.

    Thanks

    July 18th, 2011 at 11:36 pm

    Cheap Godaddy Renewals

    Godaddy .co renewals

    Renew them 5 at a time, and the codes will work.

    gdbb1901

    25% off brings each to $22.49

    July 19th, 2011 at 12:31 am

    unknowndomainer

    So much for the stats that COINTERNET keep bringing out that show they’ve created an end-user market and that they’ve avoided the speculative market. Lots of speculation here.

    Not sure I understand the marketing ploy though:

    “WILL DROP THIS SOON SO PLEASE OFFER ME $500+ NOW TO GET THIS DOMAIN”

    Nor do I understand the Epik pumping in this thread. Doesn’t Owen Frager have his own blog? Isn’t Rob Monster big enough to pretend to care about his customers himself?

    July 19th, 2011 at 12:41 am

    Louise

    Wow! That looks like a fantastic site, LindaM!

    http://www.allthe.co

    I’m listing all my dot co there! Can’t hurt – it’s free! Thanx! :)

    July 19th, 2011 at 1:36 am

    Damon

    Google’s on board. Expected as they are not fools.
    So many bad purchases listed here. So many.
    When the dust settles, I look forward to watching the momentum that .CO gets.

    More and more businesses rebranding to a clean .CO.
    If it keeps going the way it is, it will have an even greater impact on .COM value.

    .COM investors are worried, hence they are adamantly posting and bringing down .CO. Hell, I have a few one word $xx,xxx .COM’s and I am worried, yet I have a diverse portfolio so my concerns are not as intense as those that ONLY invest in .COM.

    The more they post in defiance, the more you know that .CO is a worth while investment. The more they compare it to .ME, the more it enforces how little research they have done. The more they argue and post “.com is king”, the easier it is to identify the sheep. This makes it very easy to spot the difference between a domainer and an visionary entrepreneur.

    Everything starts somewhere. Also the sheep are in abundance. You’re not going to make serious $$$ by doing what everyone else is doing. You need to take chances and make guesses… educated ones.

    If (or more like when) .CO gets classified as a TLD, then that is when people with good .CO names will be sitting on gold.

    Most .CO domainers need to understand the basics. You need names that are short, usable in e-commerce and words/keywords that can be easily monetized. Don’t hand register garbage unless you are going to develop it, otherwise you’re just wasting your money.

    .CO is still in its infancy, invest wisely and sit and wait. It could flop, but me thinks it will catch on, as it’s on another level to .TV, .ME, .CM and .MOBI. It makes those extensions look like playschool. Look at Sedo sales. .CO is already on par with .ME in terms of sales. The indicators are there, you just have to know what you are looking for.

    July 19th, 2011 at 1:38 am

    Luke Summers

    Hi Elliot

    Could you please delete my previous post (July 16, 9.41pm) as I’ve been hit with quite a bit of spam since posting my email address.

    Thanks!

    July 19th, 2011 at 2:54 am

    SDM

    dotCO:

    Quinceanera

    Domain already renewed with plans to develop before the end of the year, but would consider offers in the high $XX,XXX.

    Contact me at http://Sid.tel

    July 19th, 2011 at 3:04 am

    ALLTHE.co

    hehe thanks Louise. It only took me all day but its off the ground :)

    Everyone is welcome to come list their names FREE at allthe.co
    Ive been taking another look at the names on this thread, and they are of course 99% worthless. Just like gold ore.

    July 19th, 2011 at 4:06 am

    Robert Cline

    .CO is firing at the moment.
    Companies are replacing their garbage .COM names for .CO.
    The big boys are using it for redirection and rebranding.
    Wait another 5 years.
    This is not a .ME, .MOBI or .TV, .CM etc.
    .CO is on a completely other level.
    That’s why it has .COM investors running scared and posting massive amounts of comments. They are beginning to understand it is starting to decrease the value of .COM. It will continue as well. They are scared and frustrated, especially if they did not purchase any .CO. Why else would they post? Think of the psychological aspect, not just the words you read.
    You have to also rememeber that when they post arrogant remarks, the ones that sheepishly post “.com is king” are only reiterating what they have been told. They are sheep that follow the crowd. No innovation and no contribution to the growth of the Internet. Sheep are very easy to spot.
    .CO is going global, and it will become a true TLD.
    The morons that compare it to other extensions that have been realeased over teh last few years are either fools or not very educated. Either way, don’t give them 2 cents of your time. The fact that people are hating means it is a threat.

    July 19th, 2011 at 4:24 am

    John McCormac

    Perhaps the reality of the Landrush Anniversary has not sunk in with some people. A lot of the highly speculative domains that could not be flipped or monetised will be dropped. The .co registry has marketed the ccTLD well. The .com has over 96 million domains and .co has only 1 million or so. In real terms, that would translate to a .co website count of between 100K and 200K websites if typical gTLD metrics are used. The .co is already global, judging by the country breakdown provided by the .co registry. Companies replacing their .com domains with .co is not happening on any large scale. All new TLDs have a highly speculative component in the first year of operation and .co is no different to others.

    July 19th, 2011 at 6:22 am

    Tom

    Question: Why are so many premium .CO’s registered inside Columbia?

    Example: Power.co was registered in March of 2010 in the second level. I would understand Power.com.co 3rd level. I thought that was their new internal designation. I read there was a grandfather clause tell the end of March 2010 that gave priority to 3rd level registrants. If that’s true why would anyone invest in .CO if these premium domains were never available?

    I’ve come across a bunch like this (not that I could afford or have a chance at them) and I’m sure many other folks have too. Just wonder what other people think of this. I think it stinks and shows just why .CO will never receive any real respect.

    July 19th, 2011 at 6:42 am

    Damon

    @ John McCormac

    “A lot of the highly speculative domains that could not be flipped or monetised will be dropped”

    Of course, look at the garbage the domaining newbies purchased. Look at the lists of useless drivel. Much I would not even buy for 2 bucks as a .COM.

    “The .co registry has marketed the ccTLD well. The .com has over 96 million domains and .co has only 1 million or so. In real terms, that would translate to a .co website count of between 100K and 200K websites if typical gTLD metrics are used. ”

    So if we go by gTLD metrics, .COM only has between 10 million to 20 million websites developed?

    “Companies replacing their .com domains with .co is not happening on any large scale.”

    Yes, however it is starting to happen. The extension is only a year old John. Lol.

    “All new TLDs have a highly speculative component in the first year of operation and .co is no different to others.”

    Can you compare this to .TV, .ME, .MOBI? Did many billion dollar companies rebranded to these extension John? How many countries already had a part of the extension already in their ccTLD?

    I think John, like me, is heavily invested in .COM’s.

    July 19th, 2011 at 7:06 am

    John McCormac

    @Damon Yes. I have looked at the domains that have been registered and .co has been highly speculated despite the registration fee being comparatively high. It would have been even more speculated had the fee been close to that of .com.

    Most people seen the numbers of registered domains in a gTLD such as .biz or .info and expect a similar number of developed websites but it does not work out that way. There is a significant element of PPC in gTLDs where domains are parked on PPC. Then there’s the holding page element where domains are just parked on registrar holding pages. Then there are the domains that are redirected to websites in other TLDs (typically ccTLD websites that have registered the equivalent .com for brand protection). Web usage is a very complex issue and web development can be expensive. However due to the historical nature of .com as a TLD (rather than a gTLD), the usage will be slightly higher than that of the gTLDs (.biz .info etc) as older websites will have been developed first on .com TLD.

    Companies are not replacing their .com domains with .co. This is not happening on any large scale and there is a very significant percentage of .co domains that redirect to exact match websites in other TLDs. A few high profile companies in the US have rebranded or purchased short .co domains but this does not mean that the small websites who primarily use .com are going to switch any time soon.

    Well .tv also seems to be targeting the US market. The .me is a very underrated ccTLD and one that has effectively knocked .name on the head. It would make more branding sense for Facebook to use .me for an url shortner. The Colombian subdomains accounted for around 30K domains in .co ccTLD. However their target market is local as is the target market for many ccTLDs. This is a point that is often lost on people with primarily .com experience. The .mobi sTLD is a technologically orientated TLD and it has over a million registrations. However it has been a bit of a wipeout for domainers. It did launch in the middle of the domain bubble and some really strange prices were paid for domains but you have to remember that this was when there was an artificial scarcity created by domain tasting. People were looking for alternatives and .mobi seemed like the next big thing.

    If you read that post on Thedomains.com about the Top 50 .co webhosters and Godaddy having around 33% of the .co market then you might see that I’m not exactly a domain investor.

    July 19th, 2011 at 7:43 am

    Pe

    @John McCormac
    I think your knowledge is working against you.
    Also, Luck of flexibility what`s death in business.

    July 19th, 2011 at 8:35 am

    Tien Nguyen

    Keyword domains with .CO:
    + Numbers : (JUST $29.99/EACH)
    0123456789.co
    1234567890.co
    + Countries : (JUST $49.99/EACH)
    americansamoa.co
    ascensionisland.co
    bouvetisland.co
    bruneidarussalam.co
    christmasisland.co
    czechoslovakia.co
    guineabissau.co
    holysee.co
    keelingislands.co
    republicofcongo.co
    republicofkorea.co
    surinam.co
    syrianarabrepublic.co
    + Big cities : (JUST $29.99/EACH)
    bogor.co
    cirebon.co
    faisalabad.co
    inchon.co
    malang.co
    quezoncity.co
    semarang.co
    sukabumi.co
    taegu.co
    tashkent.co
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    classifields.co (JUST $19.99)
    customergoods.co (JUST $19.99)
    dicionary.co (JUST $19.99)
    domainest.co (JUST $19.99)
    ecruises.co (JUST $49.99)
    egreeting.co (JUST $49.99)
    emailservers.co (JUST $49.99)
    feedbacks.co (JUST $99.99)
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    gasolineprices.co (JUST $49.99)
    growingbusiness.co (JUST $49.99)
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    necklets.co (JUST $49.99)
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    July 19th, 2011 at 10:09 am

    BFitz

    These expire in a few days.

    $10 each

    GoldCards .co
    PlatinumCards .co
    HotelsInDenver .co
    HotelsInColoradoSprings .co
    espresso-machines .co

    Paypal push to Godaddy.

    July 19th, 2011 at 10:13 am

    Jacek

    @ all .co enthusiasts :)

    Like I said before I am a new player in the magical world of domaining but I have a hunch .co’s are worth more than 15 bucks ( within say next 5 years) and there are still some interesting ones out there: I just bopught DoNot.co not that I don’t like .co – to the contrary: I wish it was do.co instead :)

    Best regards
    Jacek
    ps. while surfing I still see some interesting .net’s or.org’s -> what do You think are they worth 10 bucks?
    example In-Laws.net

    July 19th, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    Neil

    First – this is a fabulous & inspirational blog. Gratitude to Elliot for giving Domains such great awareness with such natural flair.

    We purchased loads of DotCOs and are developing a handful.
    A year just comes so soon and domains pile up.

    Still deciding on last few renewals

    These domains are due for renewal in the next 1-15 days.
    They are all keyword service domains that have excellent potential for end users.
    All domains have been registered in all top tlds.
    Some are on offer / Some at fixed price at sedo.com

    Visit DotCoDomainNames.Co which showcases the whole portfolio – also on offer.
    Message me if any of these domains interest you & any price expectations. Hello@DotCoDomainNames.CO

    Cheers

    Neil

    20/7/11
    CRUISETRIPS.CO
    SHOPPINGCENTRES.CO
    VISITSANFRANCIS.CO
    WEBSITEADDRESSES.CO

    22/7/11
    ENERGYPROVIDER.CO
    ENERGYSUPPLIER.CO
    RENEWABLEENERGIES.CO

    23/7/11
    UAEREALESTATE.CO
    UKREALESTATE.CO
    USAREALESTATE.CO
    MOBILETELEPHONE.CO

    25/7/11
    FIBREOPTICBROADBAND.CO

    26/7/11

    IMPORTINGEXPORTING.CO

    27/7/11
    DOTCODOMAINNAMES.CO
    SUPERSTORES.CO
    TOWNCENTRE.CO

    29/7/11
    CIUDADDEMEXI.CO – ciudaddemexico =Mexico City

    31/7/11
    ASTROLOGICAL.CO

    8/3/11
    4X4INSURANCE.CO

    6/8/2011
    SPORTS-SUPPLEMENTS.CO

    July 19th, 2011 at 1:14 pm

    Karl

    @ Jacek

    I see you learned nothing and still register garbage.
    I am just interested what you do for leaving that have so much money to loose.

    July 19th, 2011 at 2:19 pm

    BullS

    Keep those dot co coming and please register more dot co.

    I love them all and I will be contacting some of you to make offers.

    Please be patient, I am going thru the list of many good dot co to buy.

    Yes,totally agree with most of you all, Dot CO will be the #1 premier domain.
    Dot CO is King, dot com sucks.

    Love dot co!!!

    p/s Micosoft is buying a couple of dot co

    July 19th, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    John McCormac

    @Pe “I think your knowledge is working against you.”
    As I said, I am not an investor. I just run HosterStats.com and the knowledge is based on looking at a list of about 616K .co domain names and running a monthly web survey on .co websites. The domaining business only focuses on a very small segment of .co domain names. There is a lot of brand protection in .co ccTLD by large companies and also by small and medium sized businesses protecting their ccTLD or .com domain name.

    July 19th, 2011 at 4:47 pm

    Maciej

    Hello there,

    Although, following domains are to be renewed in 6 months, I’d like to let them go.

    - DiamondFashion.co – for jewelry shop/ diamond jewelry manufacturer – I’ll let it go for sure. You may grab this one for 250 USD or offer your price and I may put it on auction through Sedo.

    - PreFallFashion.co & Pre-FallFashion.co – “Pre-Fall Fashion” is one of the main seasons in fashion world, presented during main fashion weeks and shows. Huge thing for .com which I own but would like to flipp .co quickly – just drop me your lowball price via email given at the end of this message.

    - GayStyle.co – dunno about this. Got a feeling it may suit an end user but since I own european countries extension for this I don’t mind to let go .co for less. Just drop me an lowball offer via email and we may go through some negotiations.

    - StocksTrade.co – 250 USD

    - FrenchFashion.co – an end user domain but if you’re able to give me a decent price than I might be willing to let it go

    - FundsOnline.co – also an end user domain, tho 2500 USD for this one would make it yours

    Drop me an offer onto maciej.wasyluk@gmail.com

    All best,
    Maciej

    July 19th, 2011 at 6:10 pm

    Kate

    That is a truly impressive showcase of awful domain names.
    Awful because so many .co listed here would hardly sell if they were .com. Even among domainers few people understand what makes domains valuable…
    A bad domain is a bad domain no matter how much lipstick you put on it… But people never learn. They don’t learn from other extension failures and overhypes, When they finally do, another generation of newbies will pick up where the others left. I too could nearly retire on the money wasted on these worthless registrations.

    Wanna get rich ? Invest in .cn domains now.
    .cn is valuable ! Proof: Google have owned G.CN even before G.CO.

    July 19th, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Adrian

    @ Kate

    The .co domains listed here are of low quality because they are domains FOR SALE! This isn’t a list of everyones best names, this is a big drop list basically! Everyone is hanging on to their better domains and they won’t list them here obviously.

    However I will agree with you that, there are some complete shockers here:

    1. That no one should have EVER registered, and

    2. The prices people are asking, even for okay generic domains are ridiculous. Some people are dreamers and don’t know what they’re doing!

    The fact that the .Co registry is still holding on to thousands of generic names like http://crazy.co and http://cleaning.co (the list is endless) makes me a little worried that they are still holding most of the good names.

    But at the same time it is good that these names will be auctioned, and raise prices and the profile for .CO in general.

    July 19th, 2011 at 10:14 pm

    Adrian

    @ Elliot

    Thankyou for the opportunity to list domains for sale.
    I’ve sold around 20 names in past 24 hours from this blog (prices $7.50 to $15 each) just because I wanted to clear them. Better to get $X than $0!

    Thanks again

    July 19th, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    Damon

    It’s funny. .CO is branded as an International alternative to .COM. It is going up as an ALTERNATIVE to the overpriced and flooded .COM market.
    For Domainers like me that have a heavy investment in .COM, I pray that these people are right.
    If .CO takes off as an alternative and gains the momentum it may achieve, all our .COM’s are going to be worth a considerable amount less in a few years.
    The thing is, no one can tell what is going to happen. Everyone can put in their 2 cents, but all opinions are worth a grain of salt. All I know is I am gald I grabbed some sweet .CO names, just in case.
    It’s up to the public to decide, not the Domaining world.
    I guess we come back to this blog in 4 years and we flame. Question is… who will be flamed?

    July 19th, 2011 at 10:41 pm

    BL

    HEY ELLIOTT THANKS FOR THE OPPOURTUNITY TO GET IN THE MIX. I HAVE BEEN IN THE BUSINESS FOR A DECADE BEHIND THE SCENES. I SEE A HUGH VALUE PROGRESSION IN THE .CO WORLD IN THE NEXT 24 -36 MO MAYBE SOONER.

    I WOULD BE WILLING LIQUIDATE A FEW OF MY COs TO FINANCE A COUPLE OF SMALL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.
    PLEASE MAKE OFFERS ON WHOLE PORTFOLIO LISTED OR
    ANY PART. PLEASE NO LOW-BALLERS, NOT INTERESTED.

    AGAIN ELLIOTT THANK YOU FOR THE OPPOURTUNITY. I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM SOME OF THE SHARP PEOPLE WHO VISIT HERE. HAVE A REAT DAY

    LIST OF .COS FOR SALE

    3 CHAR. ALPHA-NUM

    25W.CO
    3KJ.CO
    5XS.CO
    6KN.CO
    75W.CO
    BA8.CO
    G6L.CO

    CREDIT

    700CREDITSCORE.CO
    777-CREDIT-SCORE.COM
    777CREDITSCORE.CO
    777-CREDIT-CARD-SCORE.COM
    FREE777CREDITSCORE.CO
    CHANGESINCREDITSCORE.CO
    FIRSTCLASSCREDIT.CO

    ADULT

    TWOONONE.CO
    2ON1S.CO
    UPORNSTARU.CO
    FREEHOTSEX.CO
    FRIENDWITHBENIFITS.CO
    FUCKINGHOTSEX.CO
    FUCKMYGIRLFRIEND.CO
    FUCKMYGIRLFRIENDS.CO
    GANGBANGGIRL.CO
    GANGBANGGIRLS.CO
    GANGBANGORGY.CO
    GAYPORNSITES.CO.CO
    2ONONE.CO
    ASIANBOYTOY.CO
    ASIANORGY.CO
    BAGINA.CO
    BANGMYGIRLFRIEND.CO
    BLACKDATES.CO
    BOYTOYCONNECTION.CO
    DOMYFIANCE.CO
    DOMYGIRLFRIEND.CO
    DOMYLOVER.CO
    EAT-A-DICK.CO
    EATASS.CO
    FATCOCK.CO
    LATINGAYPORNSITES.CO
    MALEGAYPORNSITES.CO
    FATCOCKS.CO
    FAGINA.CO
    GIRLORGY.CO
    THEBIGCOCK.CO
    THREESOMEGALLERY.CO
    HUGHCOCK.CO
    YOUPORNSTARYOU.CO
    HOTSEXPARTNER.CO
    HOTSEXVIDEO.CO
    XXXTSHIRTS.CO

    FINANCE

    NOFEARINVESTING.CO
    STOCKCERT.CO
    STOCKDEALS.CO
    THEFEDERALRESERVE.CO
    VISAIPO.CO
    WALLSTREETTODAY.CO
    BILLIONAIREBLOG.CO
    BILLIONAIREPLAYBOOK.CO
    OTCSTREET.CO
    FINANCEVENTURECAPITALIST.CO
    FEDRATE.CO
    FEDRATEMONITOR.CO
    IPOCALENDAR.CO
    IPOALERT.CO
    IPOINFO.CO
    IPOLISTINGS.CO
    IPOOFFERINGS.CO
    IPOPIPELINE.CO
    MONEY-LINE.CO
    PENNY-STOCK.CO
    PENNYSTOCKDIVIDENDS.CO
    PENNYSTOCKHERO.CO
    LASTPENNY.CO
    PENNYSTOCKINVESTOR.CO
    PENNYSTOCKKING.CO
    PENNYSTOCKLISTING.CO
    PENNYSTOCKPOWERPLAYS.CO
    PENNYSTOCKQUOTES.CO
    PENNYSTOCKSYMBOLS.CO
    PENNYSTOCKTIPS.CO
    PENNYSTOCKTRADER.CO
    PENNYSTOCKTRADES.CO
    PENNYSTOCKMOGULS.CO
    PENNYSTOCKPICKS101.CO
    STOCK-DEALS.CO

    GAMBLING

    NOFEARPOKER.CO
    BASEBALL-BETTING.CO
    BASKETBALL-BETTING.CO
    GAMBLINGSTATISTICS.CO
    GAMBLINGTIPS.CO
    GAMINGCONVENTION.CO
    GAMINGCORPORATION.CO
    BESTSPORTSBOOK.CO
    ELITESPORTSBOOK.CO
    ROOKIEPOKER.CO
    RUGBY-BETTING.CO
    SOCCER-BETTING.CO
    FREECASINOBLACKJACK.CO
    ILOVESLOTS.CO
    BETTINGEXCHANGES.CO
    INDIAN-CASINOS-DIRECTORY.CO
    INDIANCASINOSDIRECTORY.CO
    INDIANCASINOSGUIDE.CO
    INSIDEEDITION.CO
    INSIDETRACK.CO
    PLAY-LIVE-POKER.CO
    PLAYLIVEPOKER.CO
    POKER-BETTING.CO
    POKER-FOR-BEGINNERS.CO
    POKERFORBEGINNERS.CO
    RACING-BETTING.CO
    VEGASCASINOSLOTS.CO
    VEGASPOKERSLOTS.CO
    WIN-BIG-CASINO.CO
    WINBIGCASINO.CO
    GLOBALSPORTSBOOK.CO
    IDIOTSGUIDETOGAMBLING.CO
    IDIOTSGUIDETOGAMING.CO
    IDIOTSGUIDETOPOKER.CO

    LIQUIOR

    DISCOUNTLIQUOR.CO
    DISCOUNTLIQUORLICENSE.CO
    DISCOUNTLIQUORLICENSES.CO
    DISCOUNTLIQUORSTORE.CO
    ULTRAPREMIUMLIQUOR.CO

    HEALTH/WELLNESS

    BESTFACIAL.CO
    FACIAL-TREATMENT.CO
    FACIALENHANCEMENTS.CO
    FACIALFITNESS.CO
    FACIALMAGIC.CO
    FACIALSITE.CO
    FILLSCRIPT.CO
    FILLSCRIPTS.CO
    FILL-SCRIPTS.CO
    FACIALTHERAPY.CO
    FACIALTREATMENTS.CO
    HEALTHCAREADVOCATE.CO
    HEALTHCARECONNECTIONS.CO
    HEALTHCAREHOTLINE.CO
    LASERHAIRREMOVALRISKS.CO
    STAYWELLBEWELL.CO
    THEFACIAL.CO
    MEDICALMARIJUANAPRODUCTS.CO
    IDIOTSGUIDETOHEALTH.CO
    WELLNESSWIZARD.CO

    PAINTBALL

    ALLABOUTPAINTBALL.CO
    ARIZONAPAINTBALL.CO
    EXTREMEPAINTBALL.CO
    PAINT-BALL-FIELDS.CO
    PAINTBALLGUY.CO
    PAINTBALLPRO.CO
    THE-PAINT-BALL-GUY.CO

    THE-PAINT-BALL-GUYS.CO
    THEPAINTBALLGUY.CO

    ROMANTIC

    PERFECT-HEART.CO
    BESTHEART.CO
    PERFECT-LOVE.CO
    PERFECTHEART.CO
    PERFECTLOVE.CO
    PERFECTSOUL.CO

    TATTOO

    PRISIONINK.CO
    SLEEVED.CO
    HALFSLEEVE.CO
    JAILHOUSEINK.CO

    COUPONS

    COUPONED.CO
    DISCOUNTSAVER.CO
    COUPONRATE.CO
    COUPONED.CO
    SWEEPSTAKESSECRETS.CO

    POP CULTURE

    8BALLIN.CO
    8BALLS.CO
    EDUARDOVERASTEGUI.CO
    EVALONGORIAPARKER.CO

    MISC

    UHOO.CO
    700S.CO
    AFRICI.CO
    EUROPEANAUTOPARTS.CO
    EUROPEANCUSTOMER.CO
    EUROPEANDIAMONDS.CO

    CUPCAKEHEAVEN.CO
    THECUP.CO
    MYCUPCAKE.CO

    IWILLDEFINEMYSELF.CO
    I-WILL-DEFINE-MYSELF.CO
    WALKING-THE-WALK.CO
    WALKINGTHEWALK.CO
    TALKINGTHECALL.CO

    NO-FEAR.CO
    NOFEARGEAR.CO
    NOFEARS.CO

    STOCKAUTOS.CO

    ONTHEHILL.CO
    HUGEDIAMONDS.CO
    STARDUSTSITE.CO

    JEWISH

    JEWGLUE.CO
    JEWISHFAMILY.CO
    JEWISHHERITAGE.CO

    TRAVEL

    ORBITZ-TRAVEL.CO
    ORBITZCOM.CO
    HOTELS-AND-DISCOUNTS.CO
    DADDYODEALS.CO
    EXPRESSAIRLINETICKETS.CO
    FAREBUZZ.CO

    July 20th, 2011 at 2:37 am

    Robert Cline

    couple interesting things I learned while researching to determine which of the 200 keywords to renew.

    I checked their corresponding .com versions and guess what I found

    95% of these .com sites are empty fricken parked pages.

    I think .com is littered with nothing but parked pages.

    At least I plan to develop if not sold.

    July 20th, 2011 at 3:10 am

    Robert Cline

    the thing that

    .Co has over .com is that it

    simply looks better in the URL

    don’t you agree ?

    July 20th, 2011 at 3:12 am

    Robert Cline

    check this site out:

    http://www.cic.co

    the rate of development is unprecedented.

    July 20th, 2011 at 3:18 am

    Lucky

    Would anyone want to partner up and help develop some of my domain names?

    I have over 200 names with a CPC of $35 or higher.

    Also have names like:

    Have a ton of .co’s. Will be worth something, someday.

    Would love to partner with someone smart and develop sites for the following domains:

    vehicles.co
    autoglass.co
    autorental.co
    island.co
    smartphones.co
    notebooks.co
    dvdmovies.co
    irsforms.co
    petro.co
    allergies.co
    duiattorney.co
    duilawyer.co

    Any interest?

    July 20th, 2011 at 3:24 am

    Artis

    Verbose.co $1,800
    Wast.co $1,900
    Triceps.co $800
    Bibliophile.co $1,200
    Faults.co $2,300
    Cunning.co $1,500
    Biased.co $900

    July 20th, 2011 at 4:08 am

    Domain Co

    047.CO $600
    8884.CO$150
    088.CO$1000
    092.CO$800
    450.CO$1000
    AOW.CO(LLL.CO Minimum $500)
    AYY.CO
    BKG.CO
    BWN.CO
    BZZ.CO
    EJA.CO
    FOZ.CO
    JTT.CO
    KWA.CO
    NZH.CO
    TEQ.CO
    UKD.CO
    VAD.CO
    VMR.CO
    VPP.CO
    WOA.CO
    WUN.CO
    WYK.CO
    XHP.CO
    YAQ.CO
    YRS.CO
    ZME.CO
    XIP.CO
    OOR.CO
    RYB.CO
    XDR.CO
    GUB.CO
    AOT.CO
    HUF.CO
    XED.CO
    PAQ.CO
    NID.CO
    MKO.CO
    XWQ.CO
    XUZ.CO
    STEREO.CO$20000
    HIERARCHY.CO$5000
    DESPERATE.CO$5000
    AUTHENTIC.CO$10000
    VETTING.CO$2000
    FATS.CO$2000
    STOCKIST.CO$2000
    PREFERENCES.CO$2000
    JOBBERS.CO$2000
    BODYSTORE.CO$1000
    AUTHENTICS.CO$1000
    FRIGHT.CO$2000
    QUERIES.CO$2000
    BORROWER.CO$2000
    RENTED.CO$2000
    TRAVELHELP.CO$100
    CUADRO.CO$100
    REFERENCIA.CO$10000
    CARMODELS.CO$1000
    DEHRADUN.CO$2000
    SHIRDI.CO$2000
    APPOINTED.CO$2000
    All names are already renewed till 2012
    Please contact me via Whois Details

    July 20th, 2011 at 4:24 am

    Cory Smith

    TSU.CO $500

    HCV.CO $1500

    July 20th, 2011 at 5:13 am

    KARTHIKKEYAN

    Hi,
    i have

    HIGHBAR.CO
    LAVASA.CO
    LAVASA.CO
    If anybody is interested pls contact me on karthikkeyan2003@gmail.com & vadivel2003@gmail.com

    July 20th, 2011 at 6:09 am

    KARTHIKKEYAN

    Hi,
    i have

    SASKEN.CO
    If anybody is interested pls contact me on karthikkeyan2003@gmail.com & vadivel2003@gmail.com

    July 20th, 2011 at 6:10 am

    Damon

    @Robert

    That site was already for insurance.co.uk but it is one of many sites that are dropping their longer names for shorter, snappier .co names.
    Unlike other .com investors, I did not fail to notice that .co is already used in 80 plus countries as their cctld.
    This is where it will pay off and has its real value in years to come. Shame most that other .com investors are so ignorant. You can’t compare .co to other extensions. ME, TV, MOBI, CM… have nothing on .co. Apples to oranges.
    Thank god we have innovators that take risks. Otherwise we would all be mindless sheep.

    July 20th, 2011 at 7:20 am

    Damon

    @BL

    You’ve been in the industry for 10 years and you hand register those names? Hmmm.

    Love your outlook on .CO though. I am giving it 36 – 48 months. If I see no movement after that… well, little lost.

    Domaining is one of my many entrepreneurial incomes, so I am sweet. Would be interesting to see how much .CO affects the value of my .COM portfolio in the future though. .COM domainers won’t admit it but I do. I’m not an arrogant fool that lives in a bubble.

    July 20th, 2011 at 9:19 am

    Rob

    CowboyHats.co

    WesternBoots.co

    $5k for each

    both renewed until 2012

    (rec3@cox.net)

    July 20th, 2011 at 11:43 am

    Pathetic Names

    The names are pathetic, but not as pathetic as the intelligence of the posters. How on earth can you register this puke? You guys are the suckers that finance the lifestyles of those who push this pigshit .co and other jackass extensions.

    You get played time and time again, and your only way out is to pump your garbage for a few years and sell a few names to each other. Then you are done…..bankrupt or homeless.

    Then a new entensions comes out and it all starts again. You are the biggest losers in all of the world. The ignornace level is as high as I have ever seen in any business.

    You just don’t “get it”. It is that simple. Major league loserdom here.

    July 20th, 2011 at 1:58 pm

      Elliot Silver

      @ Pathetic

      Does this make you feel better about yourself? I sure hope so.

      Regards from the beach in Palm Beach… beautiful day today.

      July 20th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    allthe.co - List free and sell your .co domains!

    LOL so funny.

    I appreciate this post, and I believe to a limited extent it has achieved exactly what it was meant to do.
    Sales of domains have occurred here, and the elliotsblog server probably saw some solid traffic.
    Im personally quite delighted with my purchase, I got a nice name at a reasonable price.
    Thanks Elliot great idea :)

    July 20th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    mike

    i thought the value of .co’s could be 1-5% of .com’s

    July 20th, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    JTW

    **Update** – Summer.Co

    Just knocked back an offer (second) for Summer.co for $5500 + cost of transfer.

    Keep you posted.

    JTW (jwilson [at] truth.com.au)

    July 20th, 2011 at 11:15 pm

    BullS

    @pathetic

    You are pathetic…dot co will kill dot com.

    These dot co owners are the smartest creative people on Earth and they see things that we normal people can’t see in the future.

    With all the good dot co names like spring/summer dot co, I’ll be making big purchases soon.

    Now Pathetic, you owe these wonderful intelligent dot co owners an apology….

    July 21st, 2011 at 1:49 am

    duras

    SIW.co

    July 21st, 2011 at 6:19 am

    How To Sell Domains?

    Hello ALL!

    You might be interested in THE FOLLOWING “FUN” statistic – HOW MANY .CO DOMAINS POSTED FOR SALE HERE on Elliot’s Blog????

    ~~ 4,460!!! – SURE, SOME OF THEM MAY BE DUPLICATES, BUT CLOSE ENOUGH….

    ON THIS NOTE – I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE IT 4,559 AND ADD ANOTHER 99 DOMAINS FOR YOUR REVIEW AND CONSIDERATION:

    By How to Sell Domains: Healthcare, Investing, PR, Modeling, Wine, Gaming, Video, Legal..etc.,:

    Below are 99 domains we feel will attract your interest and add to the value of your portfolio of your venture:

    1 ADVISORYSERVICE.CO
    2 ALLERGOLOGY.CO
    3 AMERICANLAW.CO
    4 ANGIOLOGY.CO
    5 ASTIGMATISM.CO
    6 BIGBOARD.CO
    7 BLEPHARITIS.CO
    8 BLINDSPOT.CO
    9 BLOODPRESSUREMONITORS.CO
    10 CANADIANWINE.CO
    11 CEJA.CO
    12 COLLECTIBLEWINES.CO
    13 CONSULTINGSERVICE.CO
    14 CUSTOMORDER.CO
    15 DIABETESMONITOR.CO
    16 DIETANDHEALTH.CO
    17 EASTERNMEDICINE.CO
    18 EYEBANK.CO
    19 EYECOLOR.CO
    20 FITNESSNEWS.CO
    21 FUNDUS.CO
    22 GAMAY.CO
    23 GAMECODES.CO
    24 GAMEGUIDE.CO
    25 GAMEHELP.CO
    26 GAMESECRETS.CO
    27 GAMESFORSALE.CO
    28 GAMETIPS.CO
    29 GAMETRICKS.CO
    30 GASTROENTEROLOGIST.CO
    31 GENERALMEDICINE.CO
    32 GERIATRICMEDICINE.CO
    33 GERMANWINE.CO
    34 GLUCOSEMONITOR.CO
    35 HEALTHMONITOR.CO
    36 HEALTHRESEARCH.CO
    37 HEPATOLOGY.CO
    38 INFECTIOUSDISEASE.CO
    39 INFECTIOUSDISEASES.CO
    40 INSTITUTIONALINVESTOR.CO
    41 INVENTORYCONTROL.CO
    42 LAWCENTER.CO
    43 LIGHTWEIGHT.CO
    44 LIMBUS.CO
    45 LIQUORSTORES.CO
    46 MAMMAL.CO
    47 MAMMALS.CO
    48 MARKETRESEARCHREPORTS.CO
    49 MEDIARELATIONS.CO
    50 MEDICALMONITORS.CO
    51 MEDICALSTAFFING.CO
    52 MODELINGAGENCIES.CO
    53 MODELINGAGENTS.CO
    54 MODELINGJOBS.CO
    55 MOREOPTIONS.CO
    56 MOSTPOPULAR.CO
    57 NAMEYOUR.CO
    58 NERVIO.CO
    59 NOTFORPROFIT.CO
    60 OPTICNERVE.CO
    61 OPTOMETRIC.CO
    62 PACHYMETER.CO
    63 PERFECTPHOTO.CO
    64 PHOROPTER.CO
    65 PHOTORETOUCHING.CO
    66 PRFIRM.CO
    67 PRIVATEPRACTICE.CO
    68 PROCEEDS.CO
    69 PROFESSIONALINVESTOR.CO
    70 PUPILA.CO
    71 QAND.CO
    72 RAREWINE.CO
    73 RAREWINES.CO
    74 RESEARCHGROUP.CO
    75 RETURNPOLICY.CO
    76 SCIENCERESEARCH.CO
    77 SCLERA.CO
    78 SEARCHVIDEO.CO
    79 SELLINGONLINE.CO
    80 SEXUALLYTRANSMITTED.CO
    81 STAFFINGJOBS.CO
    82 SUBMITNEWS.CO
    83 TRADITIONALCHINESEMEDICINE.CO
    84 VIDEOLIBRARY.CO
    85 VIDEOSEARCHENGINE.CO
    86 VINTAGES.CO
    87 WESTERNMEDICINE.CO
    88 WINEAUCTION.CO
    89 WINEAUCTIONS.CO
    90 WINEBOOKS.CO
    91 WINECOLLECTION.CO
    92 WINEDISTRIBUTORS.CO
    93 WINEMARKETING.CO
    94 WINEMENU.CO
    95 WINEPRICES.CO
    96 WINERATINGS.CO
    97 WINEREPORT.CO
    98 WINESCHOOL.CO
    99 WINESUBSCRIPTION.CO

    Please leave a comment below OR find us via domain lookup.

    Visit our Blog/List of other names: http://HowToSellDomains.wordpress.com OR
    Twitter @HowToSellDomain

    July 21st, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    Louise

    The http://allthe.co site is really great!

    One neat feature for the buyer is the ability to type in a keyword, such as “customer,” or “cash,” which he may need for an end user or development himself, and the posts with the domain names appear.

    So far, no entries for “health,” or “finance.” But I see a few here . . .

    July 21st, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    Domain Co

    LLL.CO Domains for sale at $300 per name
    All the names are already renewed
    AVU.co
    FDL.co
    HGA.co
    LLI.co
    LPT.co
    LTN.co
    NDH.co
    NHF.co
    RRD.co
    XUZ.co
    XWQ.co
    Contact Through Whois Info!

    July 21st, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    Will

    Irreplaceable.co – $450
    WateringCan.co – $250
    Rationale.co – $250

    Contact through Whois info

    July 21st, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    Boz

    Hi all

    For sale, this portfolio of 3 .co 230 USD (negotiable) :

    Cashs.co
    Ebanco.co
    Scratches.co

    Allthe.co *SOLD* (Thanks Lin), you can list your domain names on AllThe.co website.

    Thanks Elliot too !

    July 21st, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    J

    The following domains are for sale for $75. Contact me via whois to purchase.

    HIGH CPC
    fixedmortgages.co CPC $8.30
    secondmortgages.co CPC $7.64
    lemonlaws.co CPC $7.99

    musicacristiana.co
    paquete.co

    ANIMALS
    camello.co
    elefante.co
    serpiente.co

    NUMBERS
    siete.co
    catorce.co

    July 21st, 2011 at 11:36 pm

    MB

    HomesIn.Co $25000 (obo) Great for Real Estate in Colorado
    Weaves.co $10000 (obo) (1.2Mil Global/673k US Google Searches/Mo)
    WindowCleaners.co $500
    GreenScreen.co $1000
    AffordableHealth.co $3000
    AffordableHousing.co $5000
    Crier.co $2500
    Mitzvahs.co $2000

    mburton220 (at) gmail

    July 22nd, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    UnknownDomainer

    I think some people are rather cavalier about their holdings.

    HomesIn.Co @ $25,000, Weaves.co @ $10,000

    You would think that this wouldn’t go past the “expired” date at that value. You’d think wrong.

    Names at that value should be renewed automatically or years out. I can’t believe these $25,000 worth of domains may drop my mistake!

    July 23rd, 2011 at 2:09 am

    Newdomainer

    I have a small portfolio of dotco domains, I have used several for my own websites and I have sold some at mid $x,xxx
    I won’t be listing only here as I (a) won’t be dropping any & (b) wouldn’t sell at less than $x,xxx
    That said, I should point out that I don’t have any like the god-awful domains listed above! lol

    July 23rd, 2011 at 11:46 am

      Elliot Silver

      @ Newdomainer

      I think one of the biggest issues is that most people believe their names are worth far more than anyone would actually pay ;)

      July 23rd, 2011 at 11:47 am

    Kate

    To put it bluntly the vast majority of the names showcased here are not worth reg fee period. Frankly, cutting loses it the way to go. Dreams can burn big holes in your wallets.

    July 23rd, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    TomekL

    Lil late to this party , but will try to unload this:

    CHARGINGSTATIONS.CO
    HOTELSNYC.CO
    LIVE-POKER.CO
    LOWINSURANCE.CO
    MIGRANE.CO
    SHABBOS.CO
    SOOTHING.CO
    VEGAS-CASINO.CO
    VEGAS-CASINOS.CO
    WATCHIT.CO

    Price $xxx for most ;-)

    July 23rd, 2011 at 4:47 pm

    BullS

    Please do not dis-sin dot co.

    Dot co like all new born babies are beautiful and should be nurtured to meaningful useful beautiful human being.

    July 23rd, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Mustafa ISILDAK

    studiorental.co
    animationstudio.co
    cinematographers.co
    professionalvideo.co
    gripequipment.co
    thecampaign.co
    mattepainting.co
    mattepainter.co
    bookingagency.co
    motiondesigner.co
    genelsecim.co
    kanalistanbul.co

    twitter @mustafaisildak

    July 23rd, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Paul J Kapschock

    Thanks for the great laugh at the comments and most names for sale….wow, what names.

    I am truly sorry for those that registered the crap; but Domaining sure has a learning curve and a mighty steep curve for some.

    I paid my dues with money and broken dreams, too.

    Best of luck and thanks again for laugh.

    Paul

    July 24th, 2011 at 9:41 am

    owen frager

    Perhaps take some effort to sell them- for example:
    http://AffordableHousing.blogspot.com/ could own their own identity
    How many of these have you plugged into blogger to find a prospect?

    A serious plan for Robert Cline on my blog.

    July 24th, 2011 at 10:11 am

    owen frager

    one more whim.com sell to http://www.whims.cc/

    July 24th, 2011 at 10:21 am

    Blaine

    Clearing out to concentrate on the ones I’m keeping to develop.
    I also have domains with various extensions that I would like to sell. If interested I can email you a list.

    These aren’t due to expire untill 2012

    $30 for both
    6GPHONES.CO
    7GPHONES.CO

    $25 each or $125 for all
    BLUESEX.CO
    CAMSEXUAL.CO
    FREESEXCLIPS.CO
    LIVENUDE.CO
    ROADHEAD.CO
    SEXSHOTS.CO
    XXXMILF.CO

    $75
    ANTITRUSTATTORNEYS.CO
    BATAVIA.CO
    DIGITALMONEY.CO
    DIGITALPLAYER.CO
    EDGEWOOD.CO
    FORTTHOMAS.CO
    GOETEBORG.CO
    GOLDOPTIONS.CO
    HERKIMER.CO
    NEXTGENPHONES.CO
    NEXTGENTV.CO
    SALTSENSATIONS.CO
    SEASALTS.CO
    TRICOUNTY.CO
    WEBFARE.CO

    $150
    ALLEGANY.CO NY county
    APPALACHIA.CO county in NY and MD
    CARIDAD.CO Spanish for charity
    COMMEMORATIVE.CO
    HONORARY.CO
    LONDONAIRPORTS.CO
    NAVAJOART.CO
    NYAIRPORTS.CO
    OJIBWE.CO

    Place dot co in email subject

    mallen29@yahoo.com

    July 25th, 2011 at 12:30 am

    BullS

    What…no more dot co for me to buy?

    Come on, I am sure you guys have lots more dot co.

    I am planning to buy lots of dot co from you guys….checks in the mail.

    July 25th, 2011 at 12:30 am

    Daniel

    Look! Up in the sky, it’s a bird … it’s a plane. Nope, it’s Super Congress. Where caped, congressional crusaders will wage the battle between good and evil far above the heads of mere mortals and senior citizens living on Social Security.

    Any offer’s for SuperCongress.Co ?

    If interested in SuperCongress.Co please Email me @
    JohnBravo9@aol.com

    July 25th, 2011 at 12:41 pm

    MB

    Now here’s a serious question.

    Is there any example of an up and running .co site?

    I never see any in my results during my search engine queries.

    I don’t mean parked sites either, a site with actual content and traffic.

    July 25th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    MB

    Are* LOL had to correct that grammar its early on the west coast!

    July 25th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    Ron W.

    $35.00 each … all are registered at eNom (expiring: 7/27/2011 through 8/8/2011):

    appealsattorneys.co
    appealslawyer.co
    appealslawyers.co
    appellateattorneys.co
    appellatelawyer.co
    appellatelawyers.co
    civilrightsattorney.co
    duidefenselawyers.co
    insuranceestimate.co
    insuranceestimates.co
    insurancelawyers.co
    insuranceprovider.co
    lawyermalpractice.co
    lifeinsuranceproducts.co
    lithographs.co
    slipandfallattorney.co

    Email me though contact us form located on the domain page

    July 25th, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    Daniel

    Look! Up in the sky, it’s a bird … it’s a plane. Nope, it’s Super Congress. Where caped, congressional crusaders will wage the battle between good and evil far above the heads of mere mortals and senior citizens living on Social Security.

    Email me if you want to make a offer on supercongress.co

    Email – JohnBravo9@aol.com

    Thanks Daniel

    July 25th, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    domain biz

    Unfortunately some of the previous post are correct some of the names on posts above should not have been registered.

    Time value of money.

    $1000 in .co domains put in a mutual fund.
    $1000 annual investment in fund
    at 8% average over 25 years investment = $85,000.
    20 years $54,000
    10 years $17,000.

    A fine alternative to .co investing.

    Also considering that women.co sold for $25k if your domain is not the quality of women.co then you can’t list it for $25k. Also see Pizza.co $15k and CreditCard.co for $17k. This is the fair market value of the domains, how do we know? Because that is what someone paid for them.

    July 25th, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    COWEB.CO

    In response to MB above. I am developing a search engine dedicated to websites built on the .CO domain name. I hope it enables us .CO enthusiasts to stand out a bit more. If you have a developed website please check out COWEB.CO.

    GO.CO

    July 29th, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    Craig

    Eggplant.co
    Cannoli.co
    Biscotti.co
    Paperclips.co
    Paperclip.co
    PalmBeachIsland.co
    Gingerale.co
    Tonicwater.co
    Bayonets.co
    Crumbcake.co
    FishSticks.co
    Hoyt.co
    Kringle.co
    Landfills.co
    Leashes.co
    Pelletguns.co
    Slingshots.co
    Treestands.co
    Treestand.co
    NJHOTELS.CO
    CAHOTELS.CO
    FLHOTELS.CO
    Rubberband.co
    Prunejuice.co
    Mullet.co
    SaddleSoap.co
    LemonOil.co
    LinseedOil.co
    JunoBeach.co
    Muzzleloaders.co
    Sharpeners.co
    Crabbing.co
    Jigging.co

    Many More
    Prices Range from $1000 – $50,000

    lookup in whois for contact

    August 10th, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    BFitz

    Awfully quiet on the dot co front. LOI .co is at $300 on Godaddy auctions. Not mine but a good price for “letter of intent.”

    August 11th, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    Domainco

    http://www.MNC.co is for sale
    Multi National Corporation
    Will sell at high xxx offers.
    divamsharma@rediffmail.com

    August 13th, 2011 at 5:43 am

    John McCormac

    Well the detected expired domain count for .co here is now at 73,909 domains out of 652,606 .co domains tracked. Anyone heard from Robert Cline recently? There’s a lot of potentially good domains on that list.

    The latest .co web survey (approx 587,497 .co websites) is running and it should be interesting to see if there are any major changes from last month.

    August 13th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Prosper

    UtilityVehicle.co
    Horologist.co

    Send your offers

    August 21st, 2011 at 10:09 am

    raj

    new-delhi.co – premium domain for sale BIN is just $700+
    mail me and buy instantly.

    August 23rd, 2011 at 7:49 am

    SS

    Hello Experts,

    What should be the value of 1n1.co?

    Thanks,

    August 23rd, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    ED

    The reason the .CO domains listed here are offered at such low prices is not because .CO is worthless, but because they are very poorly chosen names. No offense guys but the stark reality is that most of these names in this threat are junk and would not be valuable even if they were .COM. Some of them are so obscure that I wonder how anyone thought they’d be worth more than the reg price. The .CO is still a very hot property, and this is common knowledge with those involved in this business. Good quality LLL.CO’s, even those without a site, are going for $10K plus.

    August 30th, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Kate

    LLL.co selling for $10K+ ?

    Where ?

    August 30th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    Elliot Silver

    @ Kate

    Dreams :)

    August 30th, 2011 at 4:34 pm

    okay dokey

    this is probabely the saddest comment section I’ve ever seen in the history of domain blogs. Thousends of domains that will never sell. The smell of desperation actually forms a fog-like appearance in the front of my moniter.

    Does any new domaiin buyer ever think about learning the business of how to buy domains beofre spending all that money on worothless domains? It probabebly is a good idea that these buyers get a domain ebook or hire a domain consultatant FIRST before venturing any further into domain purchsaes.

    It just seems so sad to see this long long list of domains, mostley worthless… not all, but most. BIG ADVICE: Learn the business and save yourself money, even though maybe this .co fiasco thins out the crowd becasue most of these “.co” buyers will never buy another domain thinking they have “learned” their lesson that domains suck. That would be sad too

    September 5th, 2011 at 9:01 am

    Akhtar

    Hi,

    I am looking to sell the following LLL.co domains. I’ll only consider offers in the $xxx range for each domain. Thanks

    nnl.co
    lln.co
    lhl.co
    hhn.co
    gll.co
    frr.co
    fdn.co
    fbp.co
    eaf.co
    bmh.co
    beo.co

    September 5th, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Richard

    Hi,
    Please visit the domains to acquire about price and offers. Please no bargain seekers.

    eje
    ejo
    esy
    ihu
    iru
    izi
    izu
    mazu
    mexy
    nata
    natu
    odo
    oge
    oje
    ony
    piku
    ucu
    unu
    uza

    September 18th, 2011 at 2:37 pm

      Elliot Silver

      “Please no bargain seekers”

      @ Richard

      Did you read the post, purpose for it, and directions, or did you get all excited when you saw a place to post your names for sale and just ignored them?

      September 18th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

    Richard

    Hi Elliot,
    I actually got an e-mail from somebody about a domain and when Googling his name I found this thread. I quickly read the intro, but there were too many posts to read. I had a quick read now and see that my post shouldn’t be here. Please delete if necessary.
    Richard

    September 18th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Elliot Silver

    @ Richard

    No big deal, but people don’t seem to read directions any more.

    September 18th, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    sam

    DualCore.co $15000
    Theepowermove@gmail.com

    November 14th, 2011 at 3:24 am

    Akhtar

    Hi,

    I’m taking offers starting from $100 for each of the following lll.co domains. I’ll also consider bulk deals. Thanks

    aaz.co
    abz.co
    beo.co
    bmh.co
    ceh.co
    ddk.co
    ddv.co
    eaf.co
    ens.co
    fbp.co
    fdn.co
    frr.co
    gkm.co
    gll.co
    hfh.co
    hhn.co
    hsw.co
    ibb.co
    iph.co
    lhl.co
    lln.co
    mne.co
    nnl.co
    oah.co
    odc.co
    oga.co
    plo.co
    rfe.co
    rof.co
    roh.co
    roo.co
    rrh.co
    rrm.co
    ucp.co
    uju.co
    vrc.co
    vtt.co
    wmn.co

    November 29th, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Daniel

    T.co is #27 on alexa today. Check out this link about T.co value is over 2 Billion. Cooooool!!!

    http://stuffgate.com/t.co

    November 30th, 2011 at 10:43 am

    Divam

    STEREO.CO Domain is for sale for NO RESERVE
    Keyword has more than 370000 unique searches per month!
    CPC-$1.68
    Stereo.com is valued at $1 million

    http://www.sedo.com/auction/auction_detail.php?auction_id=121584&trackingRequestId=21197614&tracked=&partnerid=&language=e

    Also 088.co for sale

    December 9th, 2011 at 10:08 am

    ED

    I have ctr.co and have received numerous offers for it primarily because it is the acronym for “click through rate”. As mentioned in my previous post (from August 30, 2011) GOOD QUALITY .CO names are selling for quite a lot. Other than for a couple of exceptions almost every domain listed in the comments are worth no more than the registration price. Too many people go out and buy dozens or even hundreds of domains thinking they will be able to sell them at some point. Even if one were to assume they could sell it for $1 over their reg cost it would not be worth it. Let the noobs buy up the worthless domains and make the registrars rich, but the more experienced know the real game.

    January 21st, 2012 at 4:34 pm

    Tony

    I am selling:

    smuckers.co
    aigcorporate.co
    idroid.co

    e-mail me if interested – toekneetv@netscape.net

    January 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm

    Jason Davis

    DealClick.co

    January 24th, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    Sam

    DualCore.co $1000 | exp 6/10/2012
    Undisputed.co $100 | exp 6/15/2012
    HousingAuthority.co offer | exp 6/10/2012
    i4x.co offer | exp 6/12/2012
    e4x.co offer | exp 6/12/2012

    email kaycarrollsimon@gmail.com

    I know no one checks estibot but DualCore.co appraised for $2,100, but even just based on the smartphone craze, I’m 100% sure it’s a valuable domain name.

    January 28th, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    Mel

    I could let go of these:

    mealsdelivered.co
    diabeticmealplan.co
    diabeticmeals.co
    mealplanfordiabetics.co

    comment here and I’ll get in touch with you.

    February 1st, 2012 at 8:59 am

    fazogir

    aktien.co

    and

    AKTIER.CO

    February 6th, 2012 at 3:46 pm

    ragunath

    http://www.onlineshoppingstores.co is for sale! Will give you for very cheap price.

    February 11th, 2012 at 8:19 am

    Akhtar

    Hi,

    I’m selling the following lll.co domains for $30 each.

    aaz.co
    abz.co
    beo.co
    bmh.co
    ceh.co
    ddk.co
    ddv.co
    eaf.co
    fbp.co
    fdn.co
    frr.co
    gkm.co
    gll.co
    hfh.co
    hhn.co
    hsw.co
    ibb.co
    iph.co
    lhl.co
    lln.co
    mne.co
    nnl.co
    oah.co
    odc.co
    oga.co
    plo.co
    rfe.co
    rof.co
    roh.co
    rrh.co
    rrm.co
    ucp.co
    uju.co
    vrc.co
    vtt.co
    wmn.co