Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday August 11th

Aug 11 2017

Escrow.com

 

It’s all about cashflow and patience.  The best money is made when everyone else is worried or paying attention to the “hot” product.  .  This has been a great year for my portfolio.  I have picked up some great one word and short domains over the last year. Everyone is playing bitcoin while I hunt for domains.  Names that used to sell are no longer selling leaving many domain investors with a portfolio full of junk and no valuable inventory.  I have some of that as well but most of my buys could be sold immediately the next day for 70% of the purchase price which is an indicator of a decent buy.  Have I sold very many?  Not really.  But enough to keep upgrading.  Fortunately I’m diversified and have good cash flow.  This blog and a few other sites are having a great year and keep the domain investment money flowing.  And I keep buying.  Could it be a mistake and I lose all my money.? Sure. But I got my money through my domain investing and Internet ventures so if I go out, it will be through reinvesting in what brought me to the dance.   There is no better way to define success in this industry than to make a profit and still have a better portfolio than when you started. And I think right now it is a great time to do just that.  Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:   If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” —African proverb


Domain of the Day:  BargainBuys.com   Everyone loves a bargain.   Getting some good price action

 

Namejet Names at Auction

FBSD.com Best LLLL.com on the Namejet board

MidnightDash.com  Its a thing, just not sure the race organizers are willing to pay much.  Could flip for $300ish IMO

UNHD.com  Because I want my TV in VGA

55969.com   good patterns still get good prices but people aren’t buying them like they used to.  Which means bargains can flow through

Moneyy.com    Brandbucket has proven these double letter endings sell. And often for good money.  Deceiving

DatAss.com   Could be a boy or a girl.  I work my gluteus pretty hard at the gym

SportsDevelopment.com  My favorite name on the Namejet list. Parents pay a lot to make their kid semi good at some sport.  Only a few bidders

CryptoFocus.com   yes there is.  A lot of focus on Crypto

WeedSoil.com   Right now the most popular canna soil is Fox Farms.  I sell a lot of it

LeanStar.com  Lean startup company

Wrigleyville.net  One of my favorite places.  Used to live there

SafetyQuest.com    Sounds like a company that will sell safety equipment

Lace.net  1998 domain.   Dot nets are at value right now IMO but only for development.  Tough to resell

MuscleStock.com   I can see a jug of this at GNC

DropCatch Names at Auction

OnlineBook.com   At $6K a climbing.  Will close today in the $7K would be my guess

FyreFestival.com  The fact that the domain is up for auction says there probably won’t be a fyre festival 2

935333.com  The triple 3 should do well.

Weed.cc      It’s a CC but its weed. Weed overcomes all

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Minerz.com   Bitcoin miner name.   The Z makes it cryptoish

WaveCom.com    4200 backlinks.  500 monthly visits. 1997 name and 82 bids.  That enough?

PropZone.com  1998 domain.  Good name for Online prop bets

QuickBrick.com    If there is anything I want quickly its my bricks

SingleFriend.com     How I met most of my dates.  Single friend of a friend.  Of course I actually wanted to date the friend

Climbr.com   Great brand for mountain climbing.  I am going to bid on this one

Anate.com  A first name or just a Nate

HipStitch.com     Sounds like a startup

Gorage.com   A southern garage or a startup

TheFenceCompany.com   If this is what you do then this is what you want

AllHomemade.com   Generic for Etsy

Squala.com    Kind of cool sounding.   And if its cheap and short, that’s usually good enough

351365.com and 352365.com   Doing pretty well for 6Ns with no eights or patterns.  Although the Chinese do like 365

BGN.cc      Good letter LLL.cc are worth $500+ right now

OffsiteBackups.com    Obvious use but this is one generic that I think you could build a brand around

Gimby.com   Another 5L.com that makes a solid, shorty brand

NoodleAndPie.com   I would eat here.  I love both

 

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids 

OB6.com Not the best LLN.com but will still probably hit four figures regardless

HatHead.com 1998 birthday. Very surprised this one has no bids. It won’t ed that well

BeaverFarm.com It’s where I get all my farm fresh beaver

eFinanced.com Online financing, crowd financing

uBlocks.com Sounds like a kids building toy

SongSaver.com For $12. Might be worth getting as a name for a tool that lets you scrape music

Other Domains With Bids

Akhawatbasma.com
BeAdcraftIdeas.com
BitCoinCarts.com
BookSearchEngine.com
BorderMovie.com
BRTH.net
CellphoneCases.org
ChiefsCoalition.com
Chipfixd.com
Cinnarch.com
CommercialRoofingCompany.com
CourtMatters.com
CurriculumShare.com
Delcoghosts.com
Dereferer.info
DestinysLobster.com
Dotkit.com
EE0.net
EEletter.com
ElasticSkies.com
EnglishTrainning.com
FiveFingersSettlement.com
GamingTillDisconnected.com
GlobalEyeWearNYC.com
GoComp.com
God258.com
Golfhgm.com
Grupoalfazema.com
HAG.cc
HealMagz.com
Hengxin2006.com
HotelCityStay.com
iertadmision.org
IllinoisHerald.com
iRepairWireless.biz
JackNicholson.org
Jaipur-Indian.com
JanelsfFowersNatchez.com
JobWink.com
KelliTravels.com
Lake-Livingston-Texas.com
MarrowMag.com
MathAlly.com
MediaPimp.com
MelanieIglesias.com
Mesothelioma-Adviser.com
MetsFever.com
MetsProspectHub.com
Miwww.net
Moncleroutletjackets.us
MoneyTransferAgents.com
MothersLoveChildCarepa.com
MoversVancouverBC.com
N18.net
NathanGreenArt.com
NickRigby.com
NileParadiseInn.com
NobleWarrior.com
Nuoimeo.com
OpenFreely.com
PacificApplianceGroup.com
PanduanInfo.com
PeriodistascDMX.com
Pinnaclesys.co
PromosnOffers.com
ProStarUnion.com
PsychologyOfInnerBeauty.com
QQ76.net
Quantad.com
RadioGramapty.com
Rajlakshmigold.com
RedWhiteAndWhite.com
Rveracero.com
RiverStoneMedia.com
SCWH.net
Senolakman.com
SereneSarah.com
ShadowSocks.info
Shangyurc.com
SilvaNamoreira.com
SRGuidance.org
StCloudAutoRepairService.com
StepnRoll.com
StricklandClothBarn.com
SummerOfRiesling.com
SunCityTruckSales.com
TamilWarriors.net
TebeyMusic.com
TerVideos.com
TheLosAngelesSpiritualExperiencesGroup.com
TheSpectacled.com
TheSpiritualArchitect.com
TheViralGyaan.com
TimeLinesOfLiberty.us
tn-carrental.com
TourMedia.com
TranscriptionPlace.com
TrickMagicShop.com
TroopSpace.com
TuckerBrothersCabinetDoors.com
tvshowdownloadfree.com
uFire.net
URBA.org
VeteransFund.com
VideoSuperManeIro.com
ViewpointJobs.com
VintageSouthJersey.com
VivendiConstruction.com
WebThucung.com
WFYR.net
WildRewness.com
WinFreeHunts.com
wolfandthecrow.com
WPSpace.com
ZVP.org

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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8 comments

  1. steve brady

    “most of my buys could be sold immediately the next day for 70% of the purchase price which is an indicator of a decent buy”

    Trading bitcoin at 70% wouldn’t be decent. Great thing about crypto is there are no renewals!

  2. Ategy

    RE: “Moneyy.com – Brandbucket has proven these double letter endings sell.”

    I’d respectfully disagree with you on that. BrandBucket has proven nothing of the sort. I’m willing to bet that their turnover for this class of “domainn” is well under 1%. I’m also willing to bet that they likely make more money from the $10 submission fees on these double letter domains than they do on commissions of actual sales. so yeah sure .. they are fantastic for brandbucket .. but certainly not for domainers.

    That being said .. if you’re going to do exxtra letterrs, then moneyy.com is the one to get (although I’d rather “mooney.com” if I had the choice because at least it’s pronounceable). But I reallyy don’tt likee 99.9% of extra letterr domains .. and I think it’s an illusion that they sell, because while some do sell, I’m willing to put money that the turnover % is vastly lower than average .com’s (and I’m not even talking about the obviously premium equivalents like “money.com”, I’m just talking about average 2-word .coms or actual pronounceable made-up word brandables).


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Ategy,

      Or you could look at it from my side. I would have thought 0 sell. So the fact that ANY sell on Brandbucket proves that Brandbucket does move names that nobody else would. But nobody should buy a lot of these names.
      If you are in the brand name domain game and not making enough to cover renewals and replacement of names then you should find a different strategy or move to another investment platform. If you are taking your outside money and having to pump in cash every month then you better have just started. Otherwise domains can be a money pit.

      1. Ategy

        Well .. admittedly they might not be at 0% .. but I’m thinking there is likely a colossal gap between what the actual % likely is, and the % it would need to be for the average extra letterr domain to even break even.
        .
        Does brandbucket publicly breakdown their sales and inventory numbers to the sub-type like “doubled extra letter”? I’m curious …

  3. Ategy

    Re: ” This blog and a few other sites are having a great year and …”
    .
    Just curious if these other sites are public knowledge or not (not sure if you ever mentioned them here in the past). Curious to know what they are?


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      I have a few public and a few partnerships I don’t share. I have some small sites that make a few hundred a month each but have a handful so it adds up. Heucheras.com, Viburnum.com, Vermicomposting.com. Most I haven’t updated in a while but they still do well. I have sites like LazyStripper.com I haven’t updated in forever and it still brings in some revenue. And I still have some residuals on a few site sales from years past

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