Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday June 5th

Jun 05 2017

 

Some things have changed over the years. Some things haven’t.  Readers have come and gone.  Here is an interview from Mike Sullivan back in 2010.  Interesting to see how my thoughts have changed. Look at my portfolio and you’ll see I’ve done something right.  Go to DomainIQ and take a look at the bloggers and their portfolios.  You will easily be able to see who talks about it and who does it.   Mine is not the greatest portfolio in the business but I bet its as good as most of the blog feeds you see on Domaining.com.  It was built by turning.  Selling a name to buy two more.  So it takes a while. Taking any money I make and putting it back into domains.  I also take out a little to have some fun.  Working hard is not worth it unless it leads to some kind of reward.

So take my advice or don’t but as long as I have the ability to write or talk I am going to tell you what I’m thinking.  And like every intelligent human being, that may change as I become better at my trade. Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:  “A good scare is worth more to a man than good advice -E. W. Howe

Domain of the Day:   Fumaria.com  Plant names make good brand names

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Water.me  I was high bidder until the middle of writing this.  Four figure name IMO

StarHarbor.com   The name shared by several places.  Originally registered 20 years ago

PowerEngineer.com   I see this as a solar play.   I say it a lot but I think solar has a big role in our future power.  Which I assume will bring the value of solar domains up with it

DataDetectives.com   A lot of money in digging up hard to find data.  Data forensics

Lovexo.com    A lot going on with this one.  Has love in it.  a few hugs and kisses with the X and O.  Should do pretty well.

KGBW.com  Officially a CHiP but not the best letters.  But I don’t think you’ll do bad if you pick it up under $1200.  Which is my opinion. Don’t buy based on my opinon or people who have made more money in domains than me will be mad I gave advice

AdFast.com     15 years old and 25 bidders

WebDesignCompany.org    A bit generic for me and a non com but a the right price its not too bad

898333.com    Some people still don’t believe in numerics but it really doesn’t matter if they keep hitting these prices

131177.com   No where near as good as the above but a decent pattern that should see $200ish

VideoLeaks.com    People love leaked videos.  Even if they were “leaked” by the people in them.  39 bids

Bidify.com   They never turn into sites but auction and bid names usually sell pretty well

Kuestion.com   How it should be spelled

Ukaba.com   5L.com with a few bids

CoastalSmoke.com      Good name for a California dispensary

 

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids

 

DotCrap.com Here you go Rick. I know you read this

BrainEngine.com Only one bidder at $10 on this one. Much better name IMO than

BandoftheWeek.com Not a ton of value but could be used to showcase unsigned talent

20AndUnder.com Soccer or porn

HeavyDrinking.com No bids. Sounds like a nice hobby

TheVegasBook.com And you don’t even have be located in Vegas

GetYourAssOutOfBed.com Love it. Getting up and at it is simplest pathway to good things. Not sure it has much value other than marketing

GetYourAssUp.com In case you want to corner the quit being so lazy market

LondonGazette.com Perfect for your fake news site. Sounds legit

ChicagoHomeLoans.com We still doing Geo home loan names? At $12?

TattooRepairs.com I would much rather have the singular but this one is $12

A Group of BlockChain Names Go Off Today

BlockChainDatabase.com
BlockChainEnergy.com
BlockChaiNeurope.com
BlockChainEvent.com
BlockChainHedge.com
BlockChainMeetUp.com
BlockChainRevolution.com

 

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

28974.com
8509.cc
AchaDomain.com
AirParcs.com
AllAboutEducations.com
AmmunitionPrice.com
Antss.com
ArizonaKate.com
ArmorGraphix.com
Arsagems.com
ArteIs.com
Begeni.us
Benevolence.net
BentleyRealty.com
BeOver.com
BinaereOptioneneinstieg.com
BitFaucetCloud.com
BrianOkeefePhotos.com
BrianParker.me
CampStoneNews.com
CathleenDeontiveros.com
ChiPopcon.com
ClarionCapeCod.com
Clooud.com
CogThings.com
CoinShake.com
ConnectionExperiences.com
CoolBluePools.net
CorsetScastadiva.com
CouponCodesLady.com
Craftvilaa.com
CreativePlayerFoundation.org
CryptoAdviser.com
CrystalSpirits.net
DavidIndustry.com
DecanSociety.com
DemonicScans.com
DispensaryDeals.com
DKXM.net
DoOlin-Web-Solutions.com
Dortyge.com
DrumCorp.com
dutertelatestnews.com
EliteTeamMarketing.com
Emv.us
EnchantedGemstones.com
Escentsaroma.com
Everydayhos.com
Evowingle.com
FactsAboutDiamonds.com
FairyTaily.com
FashionPrince.com
Fincoffee.com
FluWe.com
FootWearWorl.com
FortWorthBusinessDirectory.com
FortWorthInvestmentProperties.com
Foujun.com
FreeJuneCalendar.com
Gabco.us
GameDesignDocument.com
GasEng.com
GlobalTech.net
GoBrazilianHair.com
GraphAtlas.com
GreenevilleInsurance.com
GrowthHackersDublin.com
Gunmie.com
HealingTheHealer.com
HeartOfIsrael.org
Hunpou.com
HZN.me
Iglesia54.com
ImaginationDevelopment.com
ImaginationDevelopments.com
IndianCraftBeer.com
Indigovexpeditions.com
Ironstonemm.com
iStochamak.com
JaredMichael.com
JoelRadon.com
JuneCalendarTemplate.com
Karenstorsteen.org
KentTruss.com
KenyaPrison.com
KhmerPlanet.com
KMZNobs.com
KUV.org
LAFamilyResources.com
LaunchIdeas.org
LifeInTheGulf.com
lind-waldock.com
Lithium.tv
LiveLess.com
LLCCanada.com
LondonAirportTransfers.org
LoopCaller.com
ManticoreProtectiveServices.com
MarcieHunt.com
MarshallPlace.com
MarvelResidenceGHE.us
MarvelWare.com
MasteringLegalStudies.com
MeritMasters.com
Min-Max.com
MLotto.com
MoviesMSala.com
MyWPDemosite.com
NattyByDesign.com
NayakDevelopers.com
NewCapitalism.info
NewHomesNanaimo.com
NewsInfilm.com
NFTM.net
NuStore.com
OrganicStack.com
OvercomeEmailOverload.com
Parlemont.com
Partyposhprintables.com
PassportCredit.com
PerfectWaterPurifier.net
PetroAlgae.com
PimpyourPad.com
PutLockers8.com
PYIB.com
RadicalPossibility.com
Renrenbo.com
Rentaphone-ireland.com
SchaumburgTowing.com
SequoiaPlacerville.com
SevenSisterSinn.org
ShakeAndTaste.com
SleepySensitive.com
SmartphoneVS.com
SnowballMachine.info
Social-Media-Optimization.com
southbridgeauxpolice.org
SouthernRealtyNC.com
StarBorneDanceStudio.com
StarButts.com
StonegateMarkets.com
StreamTVUK.com
StrictlyCraft.com
Succese.com
SVTapp.com
Terrieleerobinson.com
TheBackRubber.com
TheBackyardRevolution.org
TheBestMotorcycleHelmet.com
TheDishDaily.com
TheGoodGutCompany.com
TheLocalAbroad.com
TheSchoolShopStore.com
TheStoneFoxNashville.com
Tokocetakmurah.com
TonyHortonKitchen.com
TorrancePawn.com
TownLakeTrail.org
TransAdvocacyNetwork.org
TraveLycia.com
TreeHouseStanford.com
TrendnLogs.com
TrySumer.com
UnitedGamesApp.com
UniversitiesValley.com
VFXHome.com
Vorden.com
VRSec.com
WebCoastline.com
WPNN.net
YouMedicine.com
YwcaTrenton.org
ZKE.me

Namejet Auction

Poked.com    Facebook or porn

R.biz    This is the one I am most interested to see how it ends.   I like dot biz although I have never bought or sold a name that wasn’t for the Chinese

TSTT.com   3 Ts for one low price

Dojo.net   Dot nets are hard to find but jiujitsu is super hot right now

Amandas.com    Possessive but there are a lot of things started by Amanda

IPC.net    Top notch acronym letters

MagicalWeddings.com   Sounds nice……and expensive

Factory.net    Doing well for a dot net but pretty good keyword

Sedo Names

Vegetable.cc   Is the keyword good enough to overcome the dot cc?

MCGO.com    Met reserve at $400

 

 

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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