Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday February 5th, 2018

Feb 05 2018

Escrow.com

Pretty good Godaddy list today.  Been a little weak the last month of two but some good value on the board IMO.  Not a lot of time for chit chat as I had snow removal in the morning, then the Super Bowl and then had to get up at 4 am for snow and salt again today.  Will probably have to do that the next three days as we’e supposed to get snow several days this week.  Not going to lie. Been a tough transition from Kenya to snow.  Not just the temperatures but the wake up time.  I slept in until 6:30 -7 most days in Kenya. Now I’ve had to get up at 4 or 5 am every day.  I chose the work so I can’t complain.

Congrats to whatever team won yesterday.  I wrote this before I saw who won.  I am going to guess and say the Eagles as the Eagles  are driving, already in field goal range with 2:30 minutes left.  But knowing Tom Brady he came back and gave it a good try.  Either way it was a great game.  Love watching it with the family.  Won’t have many more Superbowls as a family as my daughter leaves for college so I don’t take the time together for granted.    Here are today’s names.  Click for most recent price

 

Quote of the Day:  “I’m just here so I won’t get fined” » Marshawn Lynch

Domain of the Day: VRGrid.com        Virtual Reality name.  Similar names already built out

 

Namejet And Sedo Names At Auction

MoldCompany.com  I think this hits reserve.  So much money in mold removal.  Especially in floods

DomainFortunes.com    Many fortunes have been made in the domain industry.  Good blog name

 GetUseful.com   It’s always good to be useful
DigitalBitcoins.com  First bitcoin name this year without a bid
WallSigns.com  Already at $1200
XPlus.com   People like X because it can represent anything
NewJerseyHomes.com    Met reserve so it will sell today
BuyYourCoin.com    It’s a bit away from the reserve but sure it will get there.  Buy your coin name

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

PoliceVideo.com  Good name for a company that sells body or police car cams.  Like Axon

EarthFood.com   All…….natural …….food

ArabicaCoffee.com   some of the best coffee in the world.  Getting good bids

CCoffee.com   The third best coffee…after A and B

BlueCrate.com    I figured this one would get a lot of bids.  Good short name that makes a great brand

BabyDust.com   Kids name all the way

TeamGeek.com   Best Buy made geeks cool again

Draftx.com   Might be my favorite name on the board.  Good fantasy league name

ProCams.com  Professional or sports photography

FootByFoot.com  Podiatry or shoes

HealingWinds.com   Sounds so relaxing.  Great Yoga studio name

Dhwani.com   Female Indian name.  Also the name of a lot of different entities

Simple7.com  Getting some bids.  People like things in small little lists

CaesarCapital.com    You heard me say it yesterday, capital names are killing it right now

CoffeeCapsules.com   Another good coffee name.  Generic for K-Cups

WPDesigner.com  A good WordPress designer is a valuable tool

WebHostingBluebook.com   892,000 backlinks

Airlo.com   Air has been a good naming convention since Apple said it was

Some Good LLLL.coms On the Board Today

BFAW.com

GPEM.com

HDEN.com

HZUD.com

HUGR.com

OCRV.com

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

AndWeed.com    Weed goes with everythingYourPregnancy.com   Help expecting mothers get through their pregnancy.  Your makes it personal

HobbyGrower.com  Could be regular plants but probably going to be canna.  $12

FlyDaddy.com Surprised there are no bids on this 1998 name.  Will be soon

FastBroadcast.com  Don’t love it but decent name for site that helps you get a video up quickly.  No bids

CoffeeBaskets.com  Coffee Gift baskets

SouthBeachCoffee.com  I’ve had coffee in SB so I know that it exists. One bid

CoffeeMonthly.com   Coffee of the month club.  A heck of lot cheaper than Coffee.club and does the same thing

ViralDomains.com Good name for someone in our industry

GameRigs.com  Solid name for company that makes gamer computers. No bids at press time

SomewhereWarm.com  Where everyone wants to head in the winter.  One bid

KonaCoffeeShop.com  Kona coffee is considered by many the best coffee in the world because it isn’t bitter

Temyo.com  5L.com with one bid

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

46480.com
958189.com
Alkalizer.com
AllAboutEnergy.com
AreCafe.com
Athens2017.org
AuraLimo.com
Axbio.com
BotScape.com
CCMT.net
CitySpace.net
CloudAdmin.com
CloudUpdate.com
DailyNews365.com
Datlband.com
DeepFind.com
DominoCasino.com
DrPasswater.com
eBrowsers.org
ExplorersIndia.com
Explorio.com
FlexFace.com
FlexiBlock.com
FYIowa.com
GeoParent.com
Globalops.com
GreenIncentives.com
HealthSearching.com
HotelIdeal.com
Hypnosis-Self-Help.com
InnOfChicago.com
jscybz.com
Kanor.com
LiveMinutes.com
Mobilitee.com
Moving-Insurance.com
OptionSnowBoards.com
PlanetBuddha.com
PLR.info
RealUp.com
SiteSuite.com
SmartPalms.com
somewherewarm.com
SpecialOccasionTravel.com
StartupCube.com
StormBorn.com
The-Spine.com
Tokenh.com
tommasofarina.com
Top-Pantyhose.com
TravelTajikistan.com
UberToken.com
VisitorMags.com
WhereCanILive.com
Wurenbin.com

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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2 comments

  1. Ategy

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    I seriously don’t know how you do it? Do you find now that the type of domain has changed from a few years ago when you started that you are spending significantly less time looking through lists? You seriously need to tell the rest of us how you managed to create 80 hour days cause I seriously struggle with just 24!
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    As for the auctions .. I personally marked significantly more names both yesterday and today .. but more importantly there has been a significant shift in activity at GD auctions .. both in terms of number of domains with bids .. and much more importantly in terms of number of bids and final price. The following is something I posted in a thread I started about it on NP yesterday:
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    “Usually on my days off I manage to snag a few cheap .. and even turn down some really good ones .. it’s almost as if instead of just one heavyweight (like HugeDomains) competing with the rest of us .. that there are now two heavy hitters battling it out for everything barely even leaving any scraps for the rest of us.
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    To the point where names of the type/quality I was getting at at $17, $12 or even closeout are hitting three figures .. and domains I’d grab mid-high $xx are hitting $250++ and up.
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    While this certainly sucks for auction buyers in the short term .. if it keeps up .. it could mean significantly better wholesale prices in the long term .. which could be either good or bad for domainers depending on the particulars of their portfolio.
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    I did notice patterns like this last year .. wish I tracked it better. Before the day even started and most bids began, I did notice it certainly was a big day in terms of number of good names .. maybe that was part of it? Curious if I’m the only one seeing this?”
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    The answer to that question was no .. as many others chirped in to say they noticed it as well. Huge Domains has always been kicking around sucking up a bunch of names .. but they were relatively unchecked without another big bot in the room .. I’m thinking now there’s another (Frank/Uni maybe?) and the battle is making for a significant change in dynamic for volume and pricing.
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    I was really looking forward to a great day yesterday as it was on my best days in terms of names I kept to buy personally .. but one after one I saw them all go far above the usual price threshold for similar quality domains in the past. In fact .. usually of a few dozen names I’m able to snipe and choose from at least a handful of good domains at closeout .. yesterday I just got one .. and it was the only one that got through.
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    I know the market goes through cycles … but if this continues long term it really changes everything on the wholesale level.
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    As for the game .. I was up the day/night before working on my domain stuff .. ended up falling asleep in the ads before the half time show … then I woke up with 3 minutes to go .. seemed like a good game for the parts I saw! Missed all the best ads being here in Canada though .. Curious if there were more domains than hashtags being used … and if there were any non-com domains?

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