Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday September 22nd

Sep 22 2017

Escrow.com

You know it’s been a slow news day when the top headline is Mike Robertson returns to Fabulous.  Nothing against Mike.  Just saying when its slow in our industry it’s really slow.  On another note, I think Namejet dropping the initial bid of some domains down to $39 is a great idea.   There were many names that don’t get a bid because of the starting price being too high.  I think it should be $15 or $20 on a expiring name.   Getting $20 or $39 is better than the zero that there were going to get.   And on a third note, with the reduced inventory and lack of quality names at auction the competition is getting fierce.   I find myself bidding against friends.    And with so few names it has come up more often this year than any other year.   Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day:  “Conflict cannot survive without your participation”  -Wayne Dyer

Domain of the Day:    TheFence.com       sometimes I’m on it

Portfolio of the Day:      DataWeed.com , FlippingStuff.com and SantaDepot.com

Namejet , DropCatch, and Sedo Names at Auction

GlockChain.com   At least one bidder thought this was a great play on blockchain

Fazy.com   I was high bidder but have been outbid by “academicpirate”  Now that’s a username.  He doesn’t know I own fazzy.com and will be buying this

FCOB.com   At $100 at press time

LBU.com   Hasn’t met reserve but U is a tougher ending.  United?  Universal?  Ok, not too bad

FundCompanies.com   A bit generic but essentially that’s what kickstarter and ICOs are

Oxsy.com   This is more than an LLLL.com  I think its a short word or brand.  Thus the price

FiveStarVending.com 11 bidders on this one

LoserOfTheWeek.com    Trump name all the way

HerbProject.com    Canna startup.   Already met reserve

Neibo.com  Used to be an app.  Now it can be whatever you want it to be

CatholicSchool.com   Tens of millions go to it

DomainLookup.com    A good whois name

OWI.com  This is one that I think meets reserve and sells

DNACapital.com    “making you money is in our DNA”

DataFarm.com   Love this one.   Farm and computers go together real well

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

HomeForce.com   Home security is big right now.  So many IOT cameras and locks.  1997 birthday

Crizzo.com   I’m a big fan of the short name with repeating consonant ending in a vowel.  Yeah, that specific. And its 21 years old

StaffNow.com    Already over $2K.  But it is a pretty special name for a temp service

Impre.com  Can anyone tell me why this is five figures ?

UrbanChicken.com   It’s the hot thing right now. Farm fresh eggs in the city.  Urban Chicken coop

06886.com    5N with great pattern.  That’s good enough for a few thousand, usually

BeyondStress.com    stress is terrible on your health.  Anxiety is at all time highes

TeachingSuccess.com     success at teaching or teaching someone how to be successful

GamerSupport.com   14 years old.  Nothing like helping a 14 year old having technical difficulties

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

WoofTech.com Technology for your dog. No bids. 1998 birthday

NeedAWinner.com Nice sports pick name

TreePeonies.com No sure if the name has value but the plant is awesome. I highly suggest you plant a few

ClearAppear.com Already in use by several companies. But none on their domain

TheBogo.com Buy one get one free. Bogo is used all the time in commercials

Other Domains With Bids

4derm.com
72d.net
AlfaCash.com
AmberHealthSpa.com
BestMortgageDeal.com
Brandyo.com
ButlerCountyMetroParks.org
CatWheelCompany.com
CivitasReview.com
ConsiderBiking.org
CreativeChristianMama.com
CNNH.net
CWK.co
Davvar.com
DiecutsWithaView.com
DroidGames.org
EasyFreeSmileys.com
Edapebaf.com
Electricity4gas.com
EveryVote.com
FashionWTFcom
FitnessFotoForum.com
FiveTwenty.com
FJUD.com
FlashTemplatesDesign.com
FreeHosto.com
Full1080p.net
Geeky-Mama.com
GoTelecom.com
Grey-Street.net
Gualin.com
HemsByHolidays.com
Homemade-Catering.com
iHeartwater.com
INEX.org
Inmobiliar.com
IVOMovies.com
JOVJ.com
Kerala-Backwaters-Tours.com
Kinox.org
lots-o-logos.com
LVUI.com
MalaysianCareer.com
MastersEssences.com
MJO.co
Mobi1.com
NewStarship.com
NGOPost.org
NPIY.com
Oreol.info
PoteriClayWorkshop.com
ResnaProjects.org
ReviveSportsMassage.co
RotoCampus.com
Search-Placement.com
sherryshealth.com
Siimedu.com
Sistempvcmak.com
SpadeClub.com
StudentPride.com
SugarElla.com
SyracuseCOE.org
Tacosymas.com
Texonics.com
TheErapholAir.com
TheVapeShopNJ.com
Transit-Insider.org
TSTutorial.com
UpdateTheApp.com
UserDirectory.com
Vooweb.com
Wedding-Pros.com
WeHaveTheWayOut.com
WhiningDog.net
WhiteWhaleGames.com
WoollyMammothKnits.com
YGEK.com

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 or Josh . (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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1 comment

  1. Gene

    ” Just saying when its slow in our industry it’s really slow.”

    Shane, your blog and one or two others are a daily read for me. And I’m well aware that the commitment to posting multiple times per week is a significant effort.

    But I will say that, overall, there seems to be far less compelling content created to justify the 30-60 minutes per day (…which used to be much more than that, several years back) spent reading domain blogs.

    While I still love the domain name space, and will be attending NamesCon, I can only relay the fact that I now spend triple the amount of time reading about blockchain, which has become a FAR MORE exciting area – particularly ETHEREUM.

    Anyway, I’d be interested in your take on this in an upcoming post.

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