Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 1st, 2018

Apr 01 2018

Escrow.com

 

Happy Easter to all that celebrate.  It seems like many of my domaining friends and enemies are Jewish so not sure Easter comes into play with many of the readers.  And its also April Fools day but that day has become so cliche that its now no longer funny. Enough fake news around that April Fools is no longer special.

Today’s lesson is store of wealth.  Maybe not so much a lesson but another “here’s what I do”.   Everyone has a different approach to domain investing but one of mine is buying names that I can sell quickly for the same value I bought them or more,  minus commission. I think LLLL.com are safe assets with a limited bottom and a somewhat limited upside. Instead of putting money in the bank I put it in LLLL.coms.    I have been acquiring since 2007 and the patterns and letters that I like really haven’t changed.  When I see one that fits my parameters I buy it and tuck it away.  My portfolio keeps growing and I hope some day to have 1000 high quality LLLL.com.  I probably have only 70 to 100 right now  (haven’t counted in a while) between my two portfolios.  I am sure that if I put them up for auction I would raise more than 100K.    Yes they have come down in value since the Chinese rush but they also don’t cost as much.  Andy many I bought before the rush.  Although the patterns I like still can cost $1500 to $2500 right now wholesale.

Why don’t you buy one word and two word .coms and do the same thing?   I like the safety and measurability of LLLL.coms.   There are so many traded they have established value.  It lets me know whether the price is good or bad based on past sales.  It also lets me measure value based on letter quality.  In short, they are the commodities of our industry.  Commodities are good for holding value.  What patterns do you like?   I would try and keep it a secret but its not much different than everyone else and I talk about it all the time. I like the first three letters to be good western consonants and the last letter to be C or A.  I will buy other patterns if the price is very very good. I won’t touch V, usually X, Z, Q, and don’t like J or K in general.  I bought a name that had a J in it and ended in A but it was under $200.  That’s the only reason I bought it.

Yes, I get offers every day for a few hundred dollars and they never respond when I give them my price but I’m cool with that.  It’s pretty easy to see who is sending out fishing emails and who is interested in buy the name.  I sold only 3 last year but the total was in the $15,000 range and that let me buy 10-15 more good names in exchange for 3.   I figure if I can do that every year combined with my continued buying and I’ll have a nice little nest egg some day.  Obviously nothing is guaranteed but I feel its more guaranteed than buying a bunch of $100 names at auction.  And its only a part of my portfolio.  The rest is one and two word dot coms and some flyers.  Just like everyone else.  Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day: “Be honest. We have the science, the technology, and the wealth. What we don’t have is the will, and that’s not a reason that history will accept” -Bono


Domain of the Day:  Chaining.org     Blockchain business name.  Blockchain is the real muscle behind crypto. No bids

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

HRProfessional.com  My wife is one of these and every large company needs a few of these

LADN.com    I like this one for a Los Angeles company but could still be an acronym for something else.  Under $500 reserve

BonJour.com  Regardless of language you speak you know what this means

GlobalNews.com   1994 name.   going to be a lot of action on this fake news site

OrganicPotSeeds.com, CannabisGrowBoxes.com, and Many more Cannabis names for sale as a portfolio and one price

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

TopSkills.com  It’s what employers are looking for. And domain investors as judged by the 65 bids.  1998 domain

InsightInc.com  A little high for me but it is an upgrade for quite a few companies. 1999 domain

HealthcareConcepts.com  You’ve heard me mention it here almost every day.  Healthcare is a business you want to be in.  Everyone is old or fat

AutoLiquidators.com  These cars all have to go.  Rock Bottom prices

HeartDR.com  Heart doctors make a lot of money and they love to tell everyone.  Sell them an email to match their license plates

NotGoodEnough.com  Love this one as a motivating name or mantra.   My guess is its going to be a marketing name

SendItLater.com   Delayed shipping or any kind of action.  Good app website name

Hopify.com   At $230 at press time.  Some bunny likes this

ChengQuan.com   Means to complete or to succeed

BitCoinSeeker.com   Bitcoin won’t be going away soon.  It will just be here at a much better price.

CarrickFergus.org   A large town in Northern Ireland.  At $700 and climbing

CareerGps.com  Let us guide your career

WeedLotion.com   Cannabis oil is the hot new pain reliever on the market

OFMH.com   A nice group of LLLL.com at no reserve.  Vowels will give you a big discount

OBGH.com

OGPF.com

OOEF.com

HFOH.com

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

GetMoreSleep.org  A movement that would make a lot of lives better.  No bids

ThisHotel.com  Interesting name. Could be used for marketing but would probably work as a hotel finder name as well

TokenAddicts.com It’s really just gambling addicts.  You can fill in the blank on what they are addicted to.   Solid name for crypto site

FreeSwimming.com  A couple of different uses.  Open water swimming, representing be free for things that tie you down,  or just an open pool.

ThePainClinic.org Upgrade name for quite a few places and the .org works with medicine

GreasedPig.com  Sounds like an IPA so it has value IMO.  Nobody agrees

Kreppy.com   Nice little brand for $20

SlightRight.com  No bids.  Not a bad political name for $12

HomeDesignStore.com A bit generic but the store at the end gives it some identity.  One bidder at $12

ApplesAndCherries.com  Our best selling fruit trees but an even better brand.  Yeah, a bit long

Traverzio.com  GD has this valued at number 5 at $4900.   No bids though

Godaddy Names With Bids

 
999258.com
AlpenOptics.com
AttendMe.com
BandMatch.com
BilingualJobBoard.com
BlockChainMill.com
BrandTags.net
Campivisivi.net
Capcmssm.org
CarsForGood.com
Chathuttes.net
chritech.com
DubaiClassifiedMe.com
FireUpYourFeet.org
fnbsb.com
IDSI.net
JakesRestaurant.com
LDUY.com
MoonDoggiesMusic.com
njmayornet.com
Noque.com
NZLive.com
OrientalSeafood.com
PointBlankAZ.com
ResortCondo.com
RiyaCallGirl.com
TheCoastalChallenge.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We 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 us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both 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

Share This

About the author

Outsmarting the Dumb, Outworking the Smart

View all articles by ShaneCultra

5 comments

  1. Michael

    Could you elaborate why you have two portfolios? How do they differ.

    I am also a fan of llll.com, but I don’t mind q, v and z, and I actually really like x.

    Maybe more money will return from crypto now. The number of circulating coins has fallen dramatically. And that is not even an April’s Fool.


  2. Post author
    ShaneCultra

    I keep names that I want to flip rather than hold on to in a portfolio. Short term portfolio. Just makes it easier to manage for me. Although I haven’t had an auction in a while

  3. Tom S

    Shane,
    You said you also hold one and two word dot com’s and “flyers”. I haven’t heard that term. Could you explain?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *