Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday January 8th, 2018

Jan 08 2018

Escrow.com

Since the beginning of time people have been trying to create value.  Things that weren’t necessary for everyday use but were favored by the crowd.   Often favored only because people of influence said they were worth owning. In domains, every time a big company spends a good amount of money on a domain they are adding value to similar domains.  It’s why its so important to have as many sales as possible public.  It is our version of influencers showing the world what is worth spending money on.

Domains have a purpose.  I don’t need to go into that.  But they can have value above and beyond the economics behind owning one domain versus another.  Most companies spend lots of money trying to convince you their product is worth more than its functional purpose.  Clothing is a perfect example.  A piece of clothing with more material, harder to get material, and more skill in its crafting, all go into making it more expensive.  But that’s only half of it.  The label on the outside is the other.  That’s where the crowd comes in.  You can get a walmart sweashirt for $6.87.  You get one with SUPREME sowed into it and you’ll pay from $100 to $600.  Same material different label.   Owning a SUPREME sweatshirts shows you have money.  Or at least enough money to own one.  The key is to buy domains that are permanently SUPREME domains.

Right now SUPREME domains are LL, LLL.com and one word dot coms.   You own one of these and you have money.  People are buying them because they are wanted. They have the highest perceived value.   The value has risen way above functional advantage.  That will always be the case because they are such good quality and so rare.  Crypto names have entered this coveted area temporarily (could be permanent) .  Numbers have been there for a while.

The goal of most domainers is to eventually own SUPREME domains.  Flipping and turning domains and building up the portfolio.  With the end goal to make as much money as you can.   The great thing about the SUPREME domains is unlike SUPREME clothing, they will continue to go up in value and are not a fad.  Another line of clothing will take over as the hot style.  In domains, we merely add a new class to the coveted as dot coms become more scarce.

I reread the above and BORING.  Don’t know what I was trying to prove.  Other than value is perception which I have said several times.  Lets talk about my Africa trip.  I have been getting all my shots. Judging by all the medicine I have the best chance of getting Hepatitis A and B, yellow fever, dysentery, typhoid, and malaria.  I’m hoping to avoid getting any of them but I told them to Russian Roulette me and leave one of those out and let me try and not get it.  I am also bringing a jar of peanut butter in case.  It’s served me well traveling to areas where I didn’t have a ton of food options.  I am staying in a village, not a hotel. I think Braden and Lisa’s African travels had a few more food options.  Roll Tide Roll:  Here are today’s names at auction today.  Click for current price 

Quote of the Day: “Arrogance creates a blatant disregard for doing things right.”  -Nick Saban

Domain of the Day:  CryptoSpecial.com  closes today.  We’ll see if the bidders think its really special

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

ENSR.com   It’s a small amount but as new coins come out their is going to be a 4 letter symbol that represents it.  You could get lucky

PinkStore.com     90 bidders.  Girls love pink.

Domains.net   Six figure name for our industry?  Closes today

SafetyClip.com    Good little brand for security industry.  I honestly didn’t know exactly what a safety clip is but turns out I use them every day on my equipment at work.

PornHunter.com   Must be a good brand if Uniregistry is high bidder.  They are pretty good hunters themselves

QNAC.com    C for corporation.   And now coin

Bodies.org      We all have them. Some are better than others

Helix.net     1993 birthday.  Very cool company on the dot com

Drup.com    Very nice short name.  Just comes down to the reserve.  Left side would be OK. Right side would be a bit high

Kiteboarder.com   A watersport gaining in popularity.  Tough to do.  I failed miserably

ManagingYourStress.com   One of the most damaging inflictions.  Pain and stress are big money makers and losers

BlueParakeet.com  No bids on this blue bird

OpenSocket.com   Only one bidder on this tech or tool name

BigBroadcast.com   No bidders on this one

5585.net   The Chinese are still paying low four figures for strong LLLL.net

 

Coin Names at Sedo

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

NeoByte.com   Nice tech sounding name.   1996 birthday

TollCoin.com   Why not. Paying tolls has to be a 54 billion dollar industry right?

TooFun.com   Sounds like something my Grandmother would say but still memorable.  Not as good as SuperCute

Melto.com  I bought a lot of these 5L ending in o.  Sello.com was probably my best

FinnPower.com   Fin tech

OffBlock.com  BlockChain name

CGPN.com   Fantastic letters.  N for network or national

CoinsNation.com    Hate it.  Needs to be coin

MasterCryptoCurrency.com   Not sure how you do.  Become a good dart player or good at convincing others?

VREvents.com   The best conferences and parties right in your living room

BridalLounge.com  Not sure I love lounge but a good amount of bids and Bridal is eternally a good business

GamePies.com   I’d much rather win a pie in my video game than loot. 900 visits per month

StarTime.com  Top price on the GD board today

PokerTableRatings.com   Affiliate money here.  35,000 backlinks

32373.com and 68793.com   Both will hit four figures

CleverWear.com    smart clothing.  Yeah, its coming

HMU.com  Haven’t seen many LLL.coms at Godaddy lately

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

Bankor.com  I think you would be well off to own banking, trading, and capital names right nowKickStartCapital.com  Sounds like a legit capital company,  Never trust an investor that spells Capital with a K

DinnerToYourDoor.com  a bit long but no bids and a nice marketing name

TrackSquad.com  Not a bad athletic name. No bidders

FartBlossoms.com One of my favorite bands in the 90s.  I might have that wrong though

Ahaca.com  5L with no bids

BatFly.com  short and easy to remember and spell

Godaddy Names With Bids

2015apk.com
AlienCity.com
AmorCubanoRestaurant.com
AnesthesiaWeb.com
AnythingHollywood.com
Atajitos.com
BankOr.com
CCheat.com
CherryGrrl.com
DedicatedNetworks.com
DianeBlackForGovernor.com
efbweb.org
Emcats.com
FresnoRegFoundation.org
GibraltarDisability.com
GreekDiving.com
HDTInc.com
HealthAndDNA.com
JPXO.com
Kahena.com
Limoi=InChicago.com
LiveCometData.com
MerkurHaber.com
michaelo.com
p599.com
PCMedicwi.net
PiperPublishing.com
PowerForum.com
ResumeLabs.com
RoryBeca.com
SaveArcticRefuge.org
SEOCoder.com
Sinuzit.com
StirringMug.com
StopTheAbortionAgenda.com
SwanAgeJazz.org
t0j.com
TCFD.net
TeeMax.com
THCOilCo.com
THCPark.com
TheGanderNYC.com
TheGrainGathering.com
TopTheme.com
TSFS.net
TucsonTravel.com
VictoryOverCancerSociety.com
Viecgan.com
WineCountryGuide.com
WinLocal.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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