Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, December 18th, 2017

Dec 18 2017

Escrow.com

For those of you that think that the opportunities in domain investing and flipping have lessoned I couldn’t disagree more.  I received an email last week that reminds me that there are still those that are hustling and making great returns flipping names. I had someone say they bought a name off my list for roughly $1500 and put it back up for auction where it sold for $7100.  He did the same thing with an $80 and sold it for $2000.  I can verify it because I know the names. The simple business model of buying a name, advertising it here, and selling it for more.  Obviously this is a push for advertising on our list but regardless of how you do it, the business model is the same.  Buy a name and then get more publicity for that name then it got in the first auction.  It’s being done.  And done well.    Learning what auction houses get better prices for certain types of names is the key.  Pay attention to Travis’ sale results, NameBio and ShortNames.com and you’ll see the opportunity eventually.  Here are today’s names. They don’t work if you don’t click on them

 

Quote of the Day:    “Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing”  -Warren Buffet

Domain of the Day: 45M.com  Nice NNL.com   These have traditionally gone for more than 2K.  This one is getting close

Portfolio Of The Day:   Big list of Crypto Names.  No bidders at $1  CryptoBuffer.com, BuyYourCoin.com, and more

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Hatter.com   Nice place to sell your hats.  I guess that is obvious

FreeFlat.com   An apartment is called a flat in Europe.  Now you can get one free

Drugsys.com    Sounds like a drug company.  Most people know infosys

Celebrated.com  Met reserve but going for a much higher price than I thought it would

Detergents.com  The Tide is turning for the cleaning names

RestoreYourData.com    Marketing name for a company that does data backup.  Good CPCs

NewSkis.com   Some guys that have had some good industry success are in on the bidding on this one

LosAngelesPlanner.com    I’m thinking wedding planner but could be any planner I guess

BforBusiness.com  Sounds like the name of a business website or book.  One bid

RRRP.com  Triple patterns lost their Chinese value but still memorable and acronym use

MailOrganizer.com  Met reserve and will sell

EcoMaster.com   So many uses on this one.  A lot of endusers for this one

LockStore.com  Locks have moved from padlocks to smart home security

SSWH.com   Great letters.  H for holdings

Boring.co   The reserve says they think Elon is going to buy it

988.club   Club is doing well for the registry, worthless at this point for domain investors. But this one is getting some attention

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

NailFungus.com  Wart and Nail fungus names always do well because of all the affiliate money

Ribs.org   Big hobby so I can see this going for good money to one of those cook off guys

OSRV.com    Might have a little more value because of the RV at the end.  RV sellers all over the world

Whamb.com    5L with a few bids

PKR.cc   If you learned anything its that LLL.cc have value to the Chinese so there is flip opportunity

LivingInLondon.com    Most bids on the GD board today.  London has one of the highest real estate prices in the world

31012.com   5N so $800 to $1000 based on past results

OnlineDollar.com    Its what crypto has become.  Under $70 at press time

InsideYourMouth.com   I’ll just leave this one alone

MochiMedia.com   268,000 backlinks are drawing all the bids

BorrowCashNow.com   At only 24.6% interest

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

Hirb.com  Fails the radio test miserably but passes the short, pronounceable test

OGAI.com  You get AI with this one.  All comes down to the reserve

SilverPear.com  Easy logo and the singular makes it a brand.  color+fruit is usually a good add

GrubBuzz.com Food review site name all the way

FruitandSugar.com  Nice brand for a sweet shop.  No bidders at $12

HelloHonolulu.com  16 years old.   Decent local info site

Delivery.cc  One word for $20.   Just what if cc became crypto currency. Not saying it will, most likely won’t but coin related names could become worth more than $12

Klabby.com No bids on this brand bucket type name

ReturnToTheMoon.com Trump is about announce we are going to go back to the moon soon.  This will be hot property

BadBreathInc.com This one is for BullS.  Man does he have bad breath.  Ever smelled rotten chicken?

Xonty.com  No bids on this 5L.com

Godaddy Names With Bids

41108.com
7ggu.com
9Jiewang.com
Alabyaar.com
AllAboutAutos.com
Ansat.com
Asca2010.com
AustinJamesHairStudio.biz
AustinSailboatRentals.com
BestFatBurners.com
CoffeecupNews.org
Crunchapp.net
DevilsTuningFork.com
ECEM.org
Erzhe.com
EvolveHealth.com
Fieldandclays.com
FreeWordPressTheme.com
Imaplus.com
KEUJ.com
Kollaborationsf.org
LongYangClub.org
MiddleEastHub.com
MochiGames.com
pJSParks.com
ProspectExperts.com
Pushiman.com
SanDiegoTaxResolution.com
Secured3d.com
SellingToArmy.info
SEPrime.com
SGTruck.com
SincereDental.com
Taoke21.com
venturecannabists.com
xzonemobi.com
ZDEY.com

ll 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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7 comments

  1. Tony

    I have to ask. Your investment in LTC has more than quadrupled in a matter of weeks/months. Are you tempted or have you added to your crypto investments since?


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Tony,

      I put this on twitter but I will put it here too. I actually took out my original investment plus 88 cents for good luck. Essentially leaving me a free bitcoin. I took the money out and put it in the bank. Then I took
      $5K of it and put it into Nike Jan 19th 62.50 calls. I am up 100% on those. My goal was to get a four bagger when earnings come out this week on Thursday. Sell it and buy another bitcoin. Thats the plan. Maybe Nike’s earnings are bad and I lose or maybe they are good and I make $15K. The bitcoin story is good but I can make a lot more than bitcoin can trading options. Of course the risk is much greater. I turned 2K into 125K in one year back in the late 2000s. It was $250K at one point but made a bad trade and lost $100K in 10 minutes. Got killed in taxes but that money allowed me to have a lot of fun over 5 years before I got into domains.

      In short. I did very well, now I have nothing to lose and an opportunity to make even better returns than crypto

      1. Ategy

        Well now that you’re flooded with capital .. I’ll gladly sell you:
        Swamp–Land–In–Florida.com for only a million dollars (I originally bought it off of Adam Strong)! 😉

  2. Ategy

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    Yup .. Tons of great flipping opportunities at all levels. I just sold a $8 handreg .co for $400!
    Also finally just had Afternic funds transferred to my account for a closeout to $xxxx sale! 🙂
    .
    But I guess the real trick is having enough flips to pay for all the domains you didn’t/won’t sell! lol

  3. Bill Kara

    Great list this week. Someone cost me a ton of cash bidding on mochiMedia.com…

    As a side note, and perhaps something to ponder MochiMedia which was a really amazing company and innovated online games in many ways was bought for 80 million, now 8 years later the domain was let to drop and 4 years ago the entire thing closed down. Very sad how it was left to die.

    The internet is insanely darwin in picking winners and losers.

    https://techcrunch.com/2010/01/11/mochi-media-acquired-by-shanda-games/

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