Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday June 23rd

Jun 23 2017



Another example of why Frank Schilling is a great domainer.  Frank sold roughly 1000 or so  LLLL.coms back during the peak of the Chinese market.  Frank didn’t care who or why they had gone up but another big domain investor offered him a good price for them and he sold them.   Since that time he has taken the money and gone to Namejet and started refilling with good LLLL.coms at $500 to $600 each.   He is selective but doesn’t care if they have vowels as long as they are placed correctly and make good acronym for end user sales.  Stays away from bad letters and generally doesn’t come off the price.  I know this because I bid against him every day.  I win every auction I choose because I know I can pay another $50 or $100 and win because the prices are preset.  It also lets me verify that I’ve chosen a good  He and I are basically doing the same thing but with several zeros difference in the amount we are spending.  We are both taking the money from sales and buying similar names cheaper and trying to end up with the same amount and quality of names but with cash in the bank.  For me, so far so good.  For Frank, very very good.  Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:  “A little thought and a little kindness are often worth more than a great deal of money  -John Ruskin”


Domain of the Day:   the high coveted ABAB pattern.  And its good acronym letters.  Notre Dame Notre Dame


Namejet Auctions  For you pattern lovers.  And the Chinese   Upgrade name for a bunch of companies    I lubb this one.  Even though it fails the radio test miserably  The kind of name that Uniregistry is adding.   V that the Chinese generally stay away from but its TV which obviously means television  Ohhhhh yeahhhhh  Vegan baybee    People type in Best into Google all the time.    Only 4 bidders agree with my sentiments.   I don’t think people realize how big the vaping market is becoming.  #VapeNation    Trying to decide if I like ScottishVacations or Scotland.  I think I like this one.  If I sold travel packages to Scotland I know I would want to own it    Billions a year spent on stuff to clean up with.    I like Liquid Lysol as my chemical of choice.  Just in case you were curious   I know the biggest complain from my wife is making dinner.  Everyone would like a little help   No bids.   Look it up    Big business.  Big price


 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   Twenty two years old but with a dash.   Still works for me     1998 origination date.   Like it, don’t love it   Great letters at a discount.  Under $700 would be a good buy IMO   Sigh bar or sibbar?   Either way I like it.   Under $100 I mean   Worth a few hundred as an email alone.   I know two Francis but my daughter went to Catholic school are usually good for a few thousand or more   crypto anything right now.  And Hash is kind of holding its own itself   A bit 2007 for me but plenty of bidders    200,000 backlinks are driving the big bids   Like anything, I guess if this is what you do then its worth money to you    At these prices bitcoin is not a game


Domains That I Like With One or No Bids No bidders on this good entomology name I’m the only one that likes it. At $12 or $17 only I think I saw them open for Bon Jovi back in 88 the conspiracist probably would like to own this. The flat earth people have lots of money (I made that up) Still crypto anything If its not a race in colorado it should be Sounds elegant. And its only $12 at press time Dropping knowledge on ya Pronounceable which in my book makes it worth over $100

Other Names With Bids

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