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

Mar 05 2018

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If you run the daily domain auctions you are seeing something pretty obvious. There are less quality names than ever coming through.  And private name sales are way down as well.  You take away 5 main sellers and there would be virtually nothing private up for auction.  That leaves the names that do come through going for much higher than they would otherwise.  Which would lead you to one question. If that’s the case why is it not a good time to auction some names?

In my opinion it is.  The reason people haven’t is twofold.  One, they think the cost of acquiring a similar name is going to be higher than what they will make auctioning a name.  That is probably true.  Trying to buy a name privately right now is very tough.  Domain investors have been pounding the owners of quality names for several years now.  There are very few virgin names out there that haven’t already been contacted dozens of times.  And what’s the point of purchasing the same type of name at auction as you just sold for the same price.  Two, people pay less for private auctions than they do expiry.  It makes zero sense to me but its a real fact.  Buyers feel like a private name has been pushed to everyone on the Internet and the only reason its up for auction is nobody wanted it.  In almost every case that is absolutely not true.  But its human nature to not want someone’s leftovers.

All that being said, I can’t think of a better time to put you name up for auction.  Especially at Namejet.  There’s almost no inventory right now and if your name is decent at all it will get more attention that it would have had in the last few years.  Add to that they are looking for inventory. So if you have some names I can’t see them turning many people down.  I haven’t talked to Namejet about any of this.  This is the opinion of a guy that runs inventory every single day.  I look at it as much as anyone in the industry.

So if all this is true then why haven’t I put any names up for auction?  The answer is simple. I haven’t needed the money and I’ve been too lazy to put together a list.   That may change soon.  I have a few names I want to buy and if I don’t sell a few names privately then I will raise some cash in the auctions.  Hopefully I can break that record of super.com Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day:  “Patience and tenacity are worth more than twice their weight of cleverness”  –Thomas Huxley

Domain of the Day:  CoinAction.com   One of the better coin names this week.  Perfect coin news name. At $100 at press time

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

YL.io   Don’t see a lot of two letter .io.  My opinion only but I think they go up from here

PureBright.com   Bright names seem to always sell.   Under $300 would be a good buy in my opinion

CasinoCentral.com  As long as online casinos have big affiliate programs and gamblers lose, casino names are gold

EmailNinja.com  Nice name for an email tool.  Ninja makes it sound like it can do a lot of tasks

PimpleProducts.com   3 bidders.   Acne treatment is a good online revenue generator for a lot of people

WhatsTheSpread.com  1998 gambling name with no bidders

Ripster.com    We still doing “ster” names?

CCHY.com  Crypto Coin something something

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

WarSun.com  1997 name.  Definitely a play on Sun Tzu’s the Art of War. One of the most read books of all time

LGZP.com  Don’t love the letter but the Chinese do.  Billions of people trump me

QXCB.com   Same here.  Even worse letters so probably a higher price

HFZY.com   and they keep coming

BeyondBoundaries.com  Getting outside your box and comfort zone is the hot self help talk the last decade.  Nothing’s really changed just different terminology

ClearSpace.com  Top name on the board for most

MountainViewHomes.com  Big money likes ocean view and mountain view. 1998 name

JetSystems.com  Versatile name and we all know people like to use Jet in the name.  And for one company Jet is all they use

CryptoSolutions.net  Big enough to overcome the .net

SnapGoods.com   53 bids think this isn’t a SnapChat name, or that they will want it

CoinMarket.org   Same here with the .org

EcoRoad.com   First time I saw it I though it had no bids and I got super excited.  Realized I had looked at the wrong column. Nice name

SocialScores.com  Just what we all need.  To be judged socially.  But it has good value as a domain

SocialScreen.com  22 bidders at at $400 at press time.  I give it an over under of $780

12499.com   Don’t be scared of the 4 when you have a double 9 behind it

Godaddy Names With No Bids

 

MovieTrader.com  1997 name.  Not sure if people still trade movies but still has value as a forum or movie site

HardcoreCoffee.com  Everyone is trying to create a uniqueness to their coffee.  This is a nice brand for exactly that

TheTrainingTable.com  In college sports its what they call the dining hall.   Good name for a nutritional site.  No bids at $12

WeedAccessories.com    The money is in the accessories and the add ons

DigitalSwarm.com Sounds techy.   You’d do well to get this for $20 or under IMO

MWST.net  A CHiP dot net so it continues to have value

TheBigJohnson.com Not a ton of value but fun name.  My nickname in college.

VaultLocker.com   A vault AND a locker.  Only one bidder

PureFishOil.com  Fish oil is great for the heart. Getting pure oil has been the hard part

Explore.info   Great keyword.  Can overcome the alt tld

eWeedShop.com  Doesn’t mean you have to sell online.  This is a solid name for an online presence

TittyMall.com  Godaddy values this at $1200 which makes me think this might actually be a real thing

Greenhouses.org  The plural made it into a product site but still works for me.  The literally are working for me out the window

Hike.ws  The keyword is big but the .ws makes everything smell like shit. Might be worth a shot

FilmPermit.com  Not a huge value here but would be cool to have a site that you can find out where and how to get a film permit for wherever you are

Godaddy Names With Bids

01562.com
913173.com
Aggrego.com
ArabPerfumers.com
ArtFlock.com
ArtisticZone.com
AskAudioMag.com
AstroSite.com
BalletBellevue.org
BenGordonCenter.org
BentonHouseCarpetSandTile.com
Couger.com
CrazyMonkeyTattoos.com
CryptoWorldCoin.com
DQJT.net
Edenic.com
ElijahsPromise.net
GanjaDream.com
Gothemp.com
HolidayCuba.com
IvoirShowBiz.com
JusticeJournalism.org
K6B.com
Kujual.com
LimoServiceNashville.com
paradisewinellc.com
Partai.com
PCFS.net
PixelStore.com
PresentingPerl.org
PrivateHackers.com
PumpSports.com
PureExtractions.com
RifleScopeLevel.com
SchaeferYarn.com
Scored.co
SellCarsForCash.com
ServiceContracts.com
Sitol.com
SparkContent.com
Techyfied.com
TheOpusMovie.com
ToastOakland.com
Toronto-FashionWeek.com
W2ks.com
WagonWheelRVcom
WeBuyCarsDallas.net
XKHR.com

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6 comments

  1. Tim Davids

    Good point actually.
    Does namejet let anyone sell now or do you still need to get accepted or however they do it.

    I’ve got 2 I’d like to put in.

    Tia

    1. Travis M.

      Still required to get accepted, and I’m pretty sure that they have a 15 name minimum in place. I would imagine they would make exceptions if the name was good enough, but I don’t know that for sure.

  2. Vito

    Thanks for your insight on listing at NJ at this point. Your timing is perfect. Ive had some decent sales there past couple of months and my listings have just ended last week. I should have gotten a list in this weekend but i will use one of the same excuses as yours, had a lazy weekend. Lol Trying to fight off bronchitis as well so that doesnt help too much.

    But i will take your words here into account and make sure i get off my butt and enter some more domains now that you are thinking inventory has dried up recently. More eyes on our domains are always a very good thing.

    Thanks for the heads up Shane.

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