Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Nov 29 2017

I received an email the other day that made my day.  Not because he was kind in his words about me, but because he gave real life examples of names he had purchased at auction and then turned around and flipped at another auction.  It was great to see that there is still tens of thousands of dollars to be made flipping names in today’s market.  Buy and hold is the preferred method to making money in our industry but bills have to be paid.  You can’t always sit around and wait until you get offers on your domains. It reminded me I need to get back to looking for auctions that may have resale value.   Congrats on the great job P.  Your hard work is paying off.

On a side note I listened to an interview with Lance Armstrong where he said he invented a game called Fireball.  Where he would dip tennis balls in gasoline, light them on fire, and then throw them at each other.   But he didn’t. I invented it 🙂  I’m 3 years older than him and we used to do the exact same thing and play tennis and soccer with them.  One of the stupider things I did but we did it.  (Sorry Mom, I know you read this but I lived and I have retired from the sport).  I did a lot of stupid things as a kid but nice to know that I share the love of spinning our blood to achieve gains in endurance sports and the dangerous game of fireball.

Quote of the Day:  “If you are more fortunate than others build a longer table not a taller fence” 

Domain of the Day:   I’ve put the name up for auction.  Good name if you’re a crypto person


Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction   “e” names have lots of sales history.  A many surprisingly recent.  20 year old name   Probably my favorite name on the list.  CannaGum is probably better but I see this is a big product    Will sell if the reserve is closer to the first number   At $300 at press time but probably will settle over $1000  I think his sells and hits reserve.  I think it ends at $2300ish.  Guess only   Met reserve at $2K  You know I love and believe in solar    Millions of potential users here    Plural animal is a team or info site.  Singular is a brand   Plant names make great brands.  Trust me, I’m an expert

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   Great travel name.  And the four figure bids show that others agree   I’ve said this many times. Parents want their kids to be the best.  That means tutors   1995 domain.  DMOZ listed.  Buying history   Got bought by Quipp and now the domain can be yours    Because you know somebody is going to do this.  Although most are clones   Sounds like a new crypto coin  This is my go to pattern for 5L   Consonant , Vowel , repeating consonant,  vowel   Virtual Arcade   We all know that there are a lot of websites that need fixed   Good letters and under $400.  2001 birthday  But this is next level LLLL.   As good as it gets.  Put a C on the end and you have $2K wholesale   Seem to see less and less 5N.coms  People have figured out to not let them drop   Canna has become mainstream enough that we can have fun canna brands now Chinese love these patterns and they are still buying them  Let us do the driving.  By us we mean the computer  I have zero idea why this is at four figures.  Fill me in

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids   No bids but I like this one.  Cool sounding. Japanesish   $12 at press time.  Content for people on the go  Not much value but memorable and fun name   Life becomes easier when you join this group   I think these names are still being used “table”

Godaddy Names With Bids

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I 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, 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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  1. Ategy

    I remember one of the older Sherpa Reviews where you guys mused about never selling the domain for under the price of at least one “item” or “service” (I think the discussion was about cryogenic freezing .. lol). It’s kinda indirectly good advice .. not for the actual specific number .. but more as a reminder that different industries have different economic realities. There are some that would never pay $5000 even for the very best domain .. while others could pay $20,000 without batting an eyelid.
    The reason I bring it up … there’s an extremely low value domain on auction today for you:
    While I doubt you’ll ever sell a geo org for more than $100 .. there’s a good chance you could trade it for a couple Acupuncture sessions .. if there’s a national chain you could maybe even see if you could get Josh a session or two to fix his snoring .. lol

  2. Ategy

    As for auctions .. I really wish there was a good option for portfolio auctions. Flippa could certainly make creating them easier .. as well as giving them a category of their own to get more targeting interest. I’ve packaged a few together in the past and am not even sure if I would have been better off just holding the auction at NamePros.
    That being said .. what sucks for sellers at Flippa for sellers .. is a big plus for buyers … because if less competing domains see these portfolio auctions in question .. that means they’ll usually go way under value. Coincidentally I have a Portfolio of 40 Domains ending later today but only a handful of bids so far .. although I guess most of the activity is usually last minute .. I’ll let you know how it goes tomorrow .. lol.
    PS .. Accept my bit for .. I feel like I need the domain simply from all the references on Domain Sherpa alone. Wasn’t that the one you tried to sell to Drew thinking it was actually (no “S”)? lol .. Probably the thing I miss most from Sherpa is all the fun side-stories (Fat Matt .. lol). Glad it’ll be returning sooner than later! 🙂

    1. Ategy

      Sigh .. I seriously wish I could edit my posts here for typos .. I reread them before posting .. but still miss some. Should read:
      “more targeted interest”
      ” … because if less competing domainERs see these portfolio auctions in question .. that means they’ll usually go way under value. “

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