Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday September 25th

Sep 25 2017

Escrow.com

Here’s what I don’t get.  If I ask you if you like a name and how much you think its worth you will give me an answer.   I have never been asked if its a private name or if its expiring.   Yet when it comes to auction the bidders HAVE to know.  But for some reason people think that dropping names are worth more because they are virgin gems.  Not whored out like a domain investor’s name. All of which is 100% false.  A name that expired could have hosted porn, been blacklisted, and have all kinds of negative history.  Most private names have been collecting dust waiting for an incoming bid.  I get that the auction houses list it for transparency.  What I don’t get is why people bid differently based on what type of name it is.  Feel free to comment but I have asked this question for 10 years and I have yet to hear an answer that makes any sense. Feel free to try  Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day: “Everyone must choose one of TWO PAINS: The Pain of Discipline or The Pain of Regret “- Jim Rohn

Domain of the Day:    Vendium.com   Has a vend or sales sound to it and ium makes it sound like cypto

 

Namejet , DropCatch, and Sedo Names at Auction

Reps.com  Representatives, Repetitions, Reputations

SaveAWhale.com   To save them all you have to start one whale at a time,  one bid

PastPresent.com     One is now and one is how you got to now.  One bidder

Consultations.com   The start of offering a service

WeinerDog.com   Love these little things.

HSV.com   Met reserve at $25K so its going to sell

SolarSiding.com  It will certainly be a thing

Germinated.com  I like it but remove the D and we’re in business

Quarta.com  Cool sounding brand

AOCD.com  Good letters but just a few bids

FCOB.com  Another one with great letters.  Closes today and still under $200

OAR.com  It’s met reserve so its going to sell yet again.  Been up for sale a lot over the years but always seems to sell

Vag.net  Next bid should get the VAG

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

TheDogFather.com   There is only one Dog Father, Snoop but he spells it with two Gs

QFAC.com  1998 domain and ends in C for corporation

Stratech.com  Would be an upgrade name for quite a few companies

ToolMonkey.com   Monkey has traditionally been a good Internet brand name

TiptoeTurtle.com  Cute kids brand

Enzymes.com Might be a 5 figure name without the S

Slidecast.com    Essentially what powerpoint or keynote are

FastHorse.com   A lot of uses for this one.  Passes the memorability and spelling test.  And horse test

FluCoin.com   One million backlinks.  And has coin

157988.com  The double 8 has this close to $300

Some Cheap LLLL.coms

BMQU.com

HYIQ.com

UTYJ.com

VNYQ.com

XNRE.com

XSFV.com

YKWI.com

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

Jacksy.com Solid brand for $12

Artlancers.com Consign artists to paint or draw something for you

APerfect10.com The 10 vs ten thing messes with it but at $12 its probably still an 8. 1998 birthday

RideWithUs.com Marketing name. Lyft or Uber

KarmaSucks.com Depends on your actions I guess

MoonPaw.com Has a bid. Definitely memorable and easy to spell

SafeEmploy.com Safety or pre hire solutions

BuddyChain.com All chain names seem to get a bid lately

Last.ws It would have to be for me to buy it

Yogey.com Nice 5L with no bids

 

Other Domains With Bids

188fu.com
2kys.com
Abbrv.com
AOXQ.com
ApexCorp.com
ArrowHub.com
Bekar.info
Belisi.com
BestCreditReport.com
Birchi.com
Blog-Design-Experts.com
BocaJuniorsFans.com
BotPrize.org
BounceCanada.com
BPositiveMagazine.com
BriefCasebooks.com
Calei.com
Captown.com
ClarkeWilleyPaintings.com
DBSAuctions.com
DomainModel.com
DTDM.net
DuoPhotography.com
EDReach.us
FastNLoud.com
FirstDealEasy.com
Geradordecnpj.org
GreatNippulini.com
GreenPlot.com
GritConsulting.com
hoclambanhau.info
Innovaro.com
JetSkiDubai.com
JoeSkopec.com
LakelandRaceway.com
LiveValidation.com
MeadPublicLibrary.org
Mobzap.com
MonthlyPepperbox.com
OlympicStream.me
Poke-Site.com
pregnantees.com
RealEstateMastery.com
RuthsUniformShops.com
SFSQ.net
SickleCellTexas.org
SoDero.com
soupkodjou.com
TeleShip.com
TheOriginalShuckersRawBar.com
TXLY.net
VanquishFatRemovalClinics.com
VisitRedwoodCoast.com
Wirein.com

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5 comments

  1. Ategy

    I don’t really care either way .. but I think it’s more the process that’s easier, faster and more predicable/reliable when it’s expired domains and all you’re doing is dealing with an automated process. Plus most of my buys are GD auctions and I focus on getting good value domains mainly domains most people didn’t notice because they don’t spend 2-3 hours a night finding some of the harder to find ones. I still get some great ones at CloseOut (although nowhere near as many as I did earlier this year).
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    So then, since most non-expired domain auctions have a reserve or have more promotion, those factors end up being the biggest reason why I focus less on those. The expiring domains I end up buying have less eye ball .. and in turn less competition .. which end up getting me better value as I get them relatively cheaper .. but it does mean I have to spend more in “Time”.
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    I’d think that effect diminishes considerably when we start talking about domains even reaching $100 at auction (or above). those factors I mention pretty much disappear at that point as that passes the threshold where everyone will now see them and bid on them if they like the name. So if you’re talking about domains at $100+, then I can’t make the same argument of the two types of domains being different.

  2. Ategy

    PS .. If you like Weiner Dogs .. check out my dog’s FB page ( SteamieTheHotDog.com forwards straight to it ).
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    If that auction doesn’t go too high I might grab it as an end user for my dog .. lol .. but as a domainer even at $59 it’s a tough buy because nobody can spell weiner .. in fact I just checked and it seems google prefers Wiener .. and I even see some weenie .. plus they are also know as Hot Dogs, Dachshunds, Teckels.

  3. Richard Hearne

    Jacksy could be a bit risky… You might want to look up what it’s slang meaning is, and in particular “up the jacksy”.

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