Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 16th

Apr 16 2017

Only in domain investing does a sale of an item for $1.75 million only 11 years after purchasing for $60,000 be seen as bad.  Jason Calacanis recently solid 20.com for that price and people are telling him he left money on the table because he could have sold it for more earlier.  They didn’t tell him great job for passing on $400,000 offers just a few years ago, only that he should have sold it at the peak.  As if he knew exactly when the peak was and that $400,000 wasn’t it.   Couch coaches will exist forever and not a single one of them will sell a domain for this much money.  But they are more than willing to critique someone that does.  All I say is congrats to Jason for the buy and the sell.  A dream for everyone but a few domain investors. And those few people probably dream of it as well.  Compared to @Jason ‘s  other successes this is just a blip on the radar but its a nice blip.  Here are today’s names.   Click for Current Price

 

Happy Easter to all those that celebrate

Quote Of The Day:  “Good things come to those who wait   Go out and earn it”

Domain Of The Day:  Robotly.com    Make robots cute by adding an LY

 

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

CyclesPlus.com  20 year old bike store name

AtHomeMothers.com   a powerful coalition.  Nothing a Mom can’t do.  After raising you, everything else seems easy

GoodbyeCancer.com    Positive name.    Would be great if we could say goodbye to all cancers

Worka.com    Sometimes I feel like I Worka too much

SolarLite.com    Two bidders at $17.   I would think most lights outdoors will be solar soon with a battery built in

Xiupi.com   I don’t know what it means but has more bids than any of the names

38cp.com  Yup, just like you thought,  at $5,000

JSquare.com   Upgrade name for many companies

AdvancedTechnologies.com    Same here.   Long but its still their name

517698.com and 683668.com   These deserve more than the $12 bid at press time

EVKR.com  the only LLLL.com on the expired list today

Domains With One or No Bids

GuardianEscrow.com Name sounds like they will protect your assets. 19 years old

BlueberryRides.com If you’ve never ridden a blueberry you’re missing out. JK stupid name

StatsAgency.com All about data. Perfect name for fantasy

BuyARoom.com For $12 not too bad of a travel site name

HerbaCafe.com Canna name. Have a coffee and a smoke

MetalShift.com Sounds techy. No bids

IWantAPond.com Marketing name for water feature installers. Easily can see this in ads

LaceAndSatin.com Most call it satin and lace but there are still a few entities that would benefit from and upgrade

Ukiba.com Nice 5L with no bidders

 

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

24hrbank.com
AccountingServicesForYou.com
AIPictures.com
al-albayt.co
AllGirlArcade.com
AndroidAppDevelopment.com
ARFreshair.com
BlacksmithSwinery.com
BoldAction.org
Care4you.com
ChrisMarshallMusic.com
ClubFonoGrama.com
CovertDesign.com
CrustStoneOvenPizza.com
DataNerds.net
DCMarijuanalLaw.com
DrainTecServices.com
EliteSEO.biz
FashionPlaytes.com
FishingTheSalt.com
Fogsl.net
GreatGlobalWarmingSwindle.com
HeMens.com
HomeMovies2dvd.com
hoteisemmontevideo.com
ImagesTopdfConverter.com
ImEveryGirl.biz
Jessvanluephotography.com
LaseRandDentalImplants.com
LedLightsGallery.com
LoveLifeHere.com
LukesOnHarlem.com
LunasInexpert.com
LuxuryDecoration.com
Martinthibeault.com
MedicalSuppliesStore.com
MideastNet.com
MotoMeter.com
mygasindia.com
NashvilleRealEstateAuthority.com
NN6.net
Orielinc.com
pdfsplitmerger.com
PharmacyGig.com
PHXNetworks.net
PhysicianOnCall.net
PowerItForward.com
PreciseWholesale.com
ProcommercialRoofing.com
ProStarPlumbing.com
QFBP.net
Quidam.com
Refund-Information.co
Relomax.com
RetroStats.com
RichardHannaForCongress.com
Saltimbanco.com
ScientiaIndex.com
SeacoastBeer.com
SEOArmenia.net
SEORemedy.com
Snolosleds.com
SouthFloridaTruckSandTrailers.com
Stowitts.org
StrattonCreative.com
SunCrafted.com
supernova2005.com
TailgateSystem.com
Theaacc.org
TheFineBalance.com
ua-sky.com
UnnizGames.com
Vituscare.com
Winteractionables.com
WooTies.com
www3959.com
XBA.org
yh700.com
YourDrobe.com
ZekesRBRBBQ.com

Namejet Auction

ArtRestore.com  Valuable art like all things deteriorates with time. Good name for a company that professionally restores. One bidder

HowToLosePounds.com   Great is we’re talking weight bad if we’re talking currency.  No bidders

MaiChau.com  A city in Vietnam.   Beautiful mountain region but needs better ecological control.  23 bidders

VisitQuito.com    The capital of Ecuador.  Some amazing mountains to climb near there.  My friends in love with the city

StatKeeping.com    It always comes down to numbers.   No bids at $69

BTCManagement.com  Bitcoin management.  If you believe bitcoin has a future then you have to believe that tools and applications are going to be a big part. No bids

TruffleBar.com  I think the play here is a food or candy bar with truffles in it.  Nobody agree.  No bidders.  No reserve

BNB.net  Most are going to think Air but Bed and Breakfast were here long before any Air was added

LoanExperts.com  If you’re going to borrow money might as well do it from someone that knows what they’re doing.  And nothing says expert like owning a domain with the word expert in it

WhackJob.com  I know quite a few people that qualify to use this domain

NSEM.com  Good Western letters

 

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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