Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 8th, 2018

Apr 08 2018

I was finishing up my taxes this week and realized I sold half as many domain in 2017 as I have the past 5 years. .  There were a lot of reasons but I can narrow it down to three things. One,  I didn’t auction much.  I think I had 12, maybe $15K worth of auction sales.  Two, I made no real attempt to lower my prices to move names.  Three, offers were slow compared to years past.  But the year was still great because of my online investments.  Stock trading went very well.  Crypto investing went very well.  This blog made enough to keep going another year. And my miscellaneous other investments on the net gave back some returns.  All of which go straight back into domains.  Because of the lack of sales and the good returns, my portfolio greatly improved this year.  With my purchases last year I feel I have a very good portfolio that moves me into the above mediocre category of domain portfolios.  I think I am going to post my top 75 names here just to see what people think.   You can tell I’m proud of it and I am. Because I built it.  I didn’t put any money into it.  I just worked my ass off writing blogs and flipping names to get there.  Side Hustle exemplified.

Personally my body is adjusting to the nursery getting busy.   Lifting hundreds of bags of mulch at 60 lbs each takes its toll on the body.  Add in walking an extra 10 miles in addition to my 7-15 miles running each day and I’m going to bed like a toddler.   It always takes me a few weeks to adjust and I’m smack dab in the middle.   I actually starting eating sweets again just for calories. I want to lose about 20 lbs to get down to 170 but that’s a piece of cake right now so I eat a piece of cake right now.  Literally.   I figure I’ll hit my weight by July 1st even with another 800-1000 calories added to my diet.  I’m not running as fast as I like but that’s because of the weight.  Occasionally I like to open it up a little and right now that’s about 6:45 pace in the middle of a 10 mile run.   I should be more in the 6:15 pace but I just can’t go that fast.  It’s not there.  But I can feel it.  It’s just going to have to get above 30 degrees for me to really feel it.   Yeah, yeah, wherever you live its 80 degrees.  I know, I’ll get somewhere warm eventually. I got work to do in the meantime.   Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day:   “I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you”  -Joyce Meyer

Domain of the Day:  No bids at $10.  solar installation name at a cheap price

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction   Because people that need attorneys don’t often know how to spell it    A river in Nepal but I think it makes a good brand.  Under $150 at press time   Not a ton of results in Google for the acronym but still good letters. Met reserve and will sell    I think it can be more than a bowling thing.  I’m going to consider it a one word dot com since I’m not capitalizing the B   Go completely against the movement   The old saying is don’t work harder, work smarter.  No bids   Did Pensacola get wiped away in the hurricane?  Nobody wants this one   Not quite Six Sigma but no bidders     Confidence is king  Won’t meet reserve but a nice name regardless   Not sure there is such thing as a bad wish  Love this one.  Sounds like a consortium

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   That’s right, EggWorld has more bids than any other Godaddy name today.  and   My two favorite crypto names on the board today    There are tens of thousands of summer celebrations but only one can own the dot com   Bob has been answering questions since 1996   Yes officially it is pronounceable  There are so many places called Lolo’s that its probably going to sell for $5K wholesale  Going to sell actually nuts or a porn site. At $500 its not a joke name   Get all your canna news in one place   Can’t get more front page than privacy right now   Positive thought.  Bidders agree and the bidding is already up to $500 at press time     Thinking of a use for this one but I keep coming back to tea  Hair Products,  fat guy, little car  The Chinese love it.  Z is a tough end    Lots of history here.  Thus the four figure bids


Godaddy Names With One or No Bids   A fin tech name with one bidder.  Or a site that lets you borrow $5  Hopefully they’re not too lazy to pay a lot for the name.  No bidders   Landscaping or carpenter name in the waiting.  No bidders   Upgrade name for quite a few companies  Trademarks applied for on this one but could be a lot of things  an honest portfolio  Not a ton of value but good acting, movie related name  Pretty good adjective with stream for $10  Sounds cool and actually means “with fire, with heat”  5L with no bids   Car lovers, enjoying the journey.  One bidder   Weather investigator.  Yeah, probably pushing it a bit  Solid marketing name for a party bus  Under $500 at press time.  Sounds cool and foreign.  To me foreign because different is personal

Godaddy Names With Bids

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

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  1. Jason

    Dagummit – I was really hoping would stay off your list altogether. At least my instincts were confirmed by you selecting it for Domain of the Day – little consolation though.

    I get a lot of value from your blog and your appearances on DomainSherpa, even if you did (maybe) cost me a domain. Many thanks for your contributions to the industry Shane.

    1. Post author

      Thanks Tom and Jason. I appreciate the kind words. I’m not looking for praise (other than on my running times) but it’s nice to know people get value or at least entertainment out of our work here

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