Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday May 5th

May 05 2017

There is nothing worse than getting an incredible offer on a name that you already sold.  I buy a lot of lawn care and plant related domains.  Because there are so many lawncare companies in the US, there is high demand for the most popular names. There can be hundreds with exactly the same name. One of my customers came in and I remember I actually owned the dot com of his name.  I stupidly told him I had the name and would give it to him since he was a customer.  I didn’t actually give it to him but I only charged him what I paid at auction.  While I was doing it I had second thoughts. I realized I had made a mistake because there were a lot of companies that shared the name.  And it happened during a little casual conversation.  He didn’t ask, I gave.

My thoughts were right.  He never changed the DNS and I got an offer for $1000 on the domain. I countered with $15,000 thinking that I could easily buy the name back from him and make a little money at that price. They countered with a price very close to $15,000.  I called the guy and told him I could get him $10,000 for the name and was almost positive he would be excited.  Nope.  He said he wouldn’t sell it for under $50,000.  He had big plans to sell the company and he thought the domain name was a big part.  He isn’t wrong and I learned a big lesson.  Don’t give away assets.  Give away your time but not your assets.  Here are today’s names.    Click for Current Price.  And Happy Cinco de Mayo to all my Mexican friends. 

 

Quote Of The Day  “The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel  -Steve Furkick” 

Domain Of The Day: 800008.com Even better than the 9 name yesterday.com    Price is crushing it

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

GNBC.com   You know I’m all over this one.  1995 name

WorldAirways.com   Used to be a real airline.  And buyers LOVE old airline names

Hair-Transplant.com  Big enough keywords that the hypen still has four figure value

Vape-shop.com   Ditto

AAMD.com   Great letters.   Vowels smowels

MYOM.com   My OM .   or  Something something of something.  16 years old

Meerkat.net   Is an animal, was a an live video app

Infection.org    Not sure what you would do with it. But I’ve had one before so that makes me an expert here

CreativeApps.com   Four figures and climbing

APYS.com   Some very good LLLL.coms today.  Been a little lacking lately on GD

CustomerSolutions.com   All about the customer.  16 years old

GymCat.com    Who you call to find the GymRat

BeyondTheBasics.com   I like the name.  Just not sure of the use  i.e. who would use it

VRPoon.com  Haven’t heard the term poon in decades. Brining it back for the VR

Everli.com   Radio fail.  But still a pretty good brand

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids

 

Duracept.com No bids. Decent aged brand. 18 years old

SunAndBeach.com Two things people love

StuartGrayson.com No much value but sure sounds like a successful business

CountryTune.com 1999 domain. I like Country AND Western

GardenLines.com Pretty solid gardening name. And I know garden names

TimeToBuild.com Good marketing name for a home builder

DomainHoney.com No bids. Maybe you all will like this one

SafeHookup.com Although I don’t think the domain is going to make anyone feel any safer

RSLawns.com There is money in double letter lawn and lawncare names. But don’t buy them because I said so. My best offers are on names I gave away

Bolif.com 5L for $12

TinyHousesInc.com Tiny houses are hot. Can’t think of a better name for someone in this business

ThunderSmoke.com Two known good brand words. Sounds Native American

SwiftPrep.com Learn quicker

BigDab.com I can see this as a canna store name. I think it hits $100 plus….now

And a Few Nice LLLL.coms Today

KGPS.com

GFRM.com

CWNF.com

TECC.com

EHMO.com

WDIB.com

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

AncienTwayArtsTrail.com
BallunarFestival.com
BreakOpen.com
BuyOwn.com
CapitalDistrictLocalFirst.org
CapitolMusicUSA.com
CarPartSlights.com
CityBridge.com
CityOfGilroy.com
ClaudiaWagar.com
CochiseStrongholdBB.com
Coloritm.com
CooperativeParentingBlog.com
CrystalTours.com
CVSB.com
DamianPinto.net
DentalCareerGuide.com
Deprival.com
Dorledor.info
EdBassmaster.com
FamilyFirstLife.net
FAQHelp.com
Filmifullhdizlesene.org
FoodStoriesBlog.com
FortLean.com
GettingMessyWithMsJessi.com
hayleyandadam.info
HMMN.net
Hoaweb.com
Home-Investment.net
HomeSkilletFest.com
InvoicePaid.com
JerseyHomeExpert.com
JesusIsmyCoach.com
JokeChannel.com
Jotechs.com
JudaicaCards.com
JuvieTheGreat.com
KingBiscuitFest.org
Kreweoforpheus.com
LakeWorthProperties.net
LegalUber.com
LighthouseAdvisors.com
LimitlessRange.com
LisaDecker.com
LisFoundation.org
Macssb.com
McAllenHailDamageLawyers.com
McAllenRoofers.com
MDLP.net
Meagan-Marie.com
Mesketem.net
MGTEC.com
MinnesotaInventorsCongress.org
mtranchbrokers.com
MuscleLawyer.com
Nadrak.com
NativeAmericanArts.com
ncti-india.com
nSourcing.com
OfMontrealMovie.com
OliviaLadies.com
PCStarUSA.com
PDPK.net
PetraMemoryCare.com
pimpmyquery.com
PlayerFirst.com
Portfolio-Life.com
ProCommons.com
PSQH.net
qfemdoha.com
RepScore.com
rkrdesignsllc.com
Shixuntv.com
Skalinks.com
Slena.mobi
Slinq.com
SmartAgri.com
SocialNetworkingWatch.com
SunAndBeach.com
Sunglasses-OnSale.com
SwiftPrep.com
TheWellnessTraveller.com
Tsunwei.com
TVMetropolis.com
Ullus.com
Ultrazine.org
Urgepr.com
UtahGoldBuyer.com
UtahNurses.org
VelocityShipping.com
VipLifeLinks.com
Wachusettvillageinn.com
WandActionCenter.org
WavesAt.com
WilsonCareGroup.com
WirelessFiber.com

 

Namejet Auction

GreatSex.com    Doesn’t get much better than this

GBCN.com    CN for China.  Also where the name will probably go

Locating.com  Every state has mandatory locating of power, electrical, water and cable.  Big business for the people that are paid to do it

PhotoJournal.com   A bit boring but obvious use

TheLondonPost.com  Sounds like an official news site. Put it on Google news feed and I guarantee people will never know the difference between yours and The Globe

OQG.com   Closes today but nobody really seems to want this one

Fish.House    Renewal is only 22 euro.  No bids.  I actually like this one

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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2 comments

  1. Brian

    Hi Shane,
    Recent Reader and First Time Commentator.

    Your site is a must read everyday. I come for the sage commentary and stay for the domain expertise.

    As you and I are busy family and working men, who do our best to balance living and loving life, I am very appreciative of your insights that you share with your domain colleagues everyday.

    I reside on the west coast mirroring the same. That is why your blog resonates with me, and I am sure, many many others!

    Today’s advice: “Give away your time but not your assets,” is clearly on point, as I have been guilty of same.

    However, don’t kick yourself too hard, because if you didn’t care for your customer(s) and people in general, you wouldn’t have been concerned enough to help improve their lot. My opinion is not intended as “touchy feely”, rather an observation that someone gives away assets for the same reason as they donate their time, because they care and have a good (heart) perspective on life.

    Moving on, I loved today’s Quote of the day as well. “The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel -Steve Furkick”

    That is one of those quotes that definitely make you go hmm (or hmmn.net, if you may).

    Keep up the good work! And know this, that although the responses to your entries sometimes may be silent, your audience is here reading, ruminating, and appreciating their existence.

    Finally, If you are ever in Silicon Valley, let me know. A meal or a beverage of your liking is on me. It is the least I can do for what you share with everyone. Heck, I would even let you have an asset … (one that I may even kick myself about later, until I realized it was an independent event of Good Karma to do and pay it back!)

    Best regards,
    Brian

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