Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday January 7th, 2018

Jan 07 2018

Escrow.com

I was looking through the daily auctions and remembered a site I used back in the day called Bido.com   It was a popular site for a year or two.  It let anyone submit a name at auction and then let people vote which names deserved to got to the auction phase.  Like all sites it was gamed a little but it did provide some good names and a decent place to sell. I did both back in its heyday. Now?  It’s pretty much a ghost ship sailing. Not much action and very few names.  I’m not sure who’s using the site but I’m not sure why they aren’t using the other auction houses.  I did have some good memories visiting but pretty sure that will be my last goodbye.

Domaining.com made the big announcement of no more Crypto articles.  Really only effects Morgan and TheDomains as far as whole articles on crypto.  I’m still going to throw in some mention in the articles but will focus on domains as it should be. Speaking of ghost ship.  Domaining.com looks like one with absolutely nothing on the site but a DropCatch ad and the articles.  Nothing on the sidebar.  Blank.  Can’t even advertise he is other site Crypto.info.

The domain space is tightening up a little.  Plenty of money here but it takes work that not a lot of people are willing to do with all the alternatives out there right now.   Here are today’s names at auction today.  Click for current price 

Quote of the Day: “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness”- Eleanor Roosevelt

Domain of the Day:  CryptoSpecial.com    There area a lot of crypto names out there but this one is special

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

StreetTalk.com 1995 birthday.   The street is where all the juicy info is

Dogs.ws    Big category. Bad tld.  May be worth a shot

WorldCup2018.com   The biggest sporting event of 2018 besides the Olympics. Registered 18 years before the event

Since there are so few domains at auction at Namejet I’ll add a joke

A man walks into a bar and says, “Give me a beer before the problems start!”

He drinks the beer and then orders another saying, “Give me a beer before the problems start!”

The bartender looks confused but gives him another beer.

This goes on for a while, and after the fifth beer the bartender is totally confused and asks the man, “When are you going to pay for these beers?”

The man answers, “Now the problems start!”

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

289555.com  Triple 5 has this the top price on the board

MySurf.com   1996 domain.   Surf the Internet or the waves Bro

AFUG.com   21 year old LLLL.com

SpaceShuttles.com   I like the singular better but the price tells me that this one has value too.  1999 domain

MJAC.com    1997 LLLL.  C for corporation

Padan.com  Has some good bids.  A last name and has several products that share the name

CNAG.com  A lot of good LLLL.com on the board today

CoolTribe.com   Everyone is about joining a tribe right now.  Might as well join the cool one

CheapVapeStore.com   smokers love cheap.  No such thing as a high quality smoker

ARMU.com   Iran-Contra name

ReadyVR.com   We still doing VR names?

TheOldHag.com   Us married guys used to be able to make the old hag jokes.  Not sure I’m allowed to joke anymore

Crypto Name Section (we are allowed to list Crypto names and still be on Domaining.com right?)

CryptoCurrencyWiki.com  The history of Crypto in one place

ARBitcoin.com

Cryptomancy.com

CryptoMarkets.co

CryptoTiger.com

MyBigCoins.com

NeonCoin.com

TheSmartCoin.com

UbiCoins.com

 

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

 

NewsUnit.com  Your home to all your news

GoldStake.com   I think this crypto push is going to get more people into trading in general.  Not that it has anything to do with this name.  Just reminded me that some big boys are trading a gold/crypto pairing

Uranian.com  Sounds like a crypto.  No bids.  1998 name

HappyToBeHome.com Not sure if it has much value but a common saying.  $12

StickySticky.com  Again, not a ton of value but very memorable and fun to say

MamasLove.com  The key ingredient to a lot of good cooking

IntellegenceUSA.com  Cyber Security, big data

TheWildBee.com  Everyone is talking about the bees. Save the Wild bee.

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

159wy.com
16149.com
1gtp.com
663721.com
AirportHub.com
Almanar.org
AmericaCookSwithChefs.com
BidSuperior.com
Blshe.com
CarTooMad.com
Clipsi.com
CodeUpstart.com
CompositePlanet.com
Cubebit.com
DeathRattleSports.com
DesiSerial.com
dj665.com
DomainsNorthwest.com
DramasCool.com
Drinke.com
DVVW.com
FastMe.com
FaucetMega.com
Fresh-Proxies.net
getmehired.com
Inoga.org
jstreetjumpers.com
KNPW.net
LOPK.com
Mecawi.org
MidwestComicBook.com
MontereyInns.com
Mosalsalaty.com
MosquitoGuard.com
njhxdq.com
NorthwestVoice.com
Oddisee.com
ogwe.com
OpinionJournalists.org
PCycle.com
PNCP.net
PXEJ.com
radiogiornale.info

ReclaimTheInternet.com
ride4u.com
SnapSchool.com
StarlightNantucket.com
TheGodArticle.com
TotalFootballForums.com
Totmb.com
TropicTravel.com
Waaoda.org
Wfcome.com
WholesomeLiving.com
Yachting-Casino.com
YourPornGames.com

n 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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8 comments

  1. Ategy

    .
    Not to be an arse .. but you do know they are going to spell it Uranean with an “E” right? lol .. That episode was too funny! 🙂
    .
    Sigh .. I really miss the fun of Sherpa .. have you guys recorded the first relaunched review yet?

  2. Vito

    Bido – wow.
    Brings back memories. That was a fun site w/the voting for domains to enter auctions function.
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    I am still amazed they exist. I look at their site prob once or twice a year. Haven’t done anything over there since 2011. I wanted to log in to my account and just had to get a new password since of course I forgot mine from so long ago. I just looked at some domain auctions I have won and some that I have sold. Funny thing is, it shows that I had sold a few dot mx domains. If you asked me if I ever had any dot mx I would have said no but I now remember I regged prob a half dozen or so as soon as mx was released and sold them thru Bido. I actually got more $ for those few mx’s than I did my 4L.coms!
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    I see I sold VPTP.com thru Bido @$28 and I know I didn’t lose any money because I remember buying those 4L’s in bulk for about $10+ back then!
    .
    Ugh, I wonder what those would go for today?

      1. Vito

        Thanks Travis. I really haven’t dealt with 4L’s in years. I had much better 5L pronouncable sales there than the 4L’s during that time. So, I had to look. It was a $14 purchase so, 100% roi isn’t bad. Would have been a great hold as well. $14 + $8 (per year) x 7 (years) = $70. Wish I would have kept every 4L I had at that price. 150% – 225% still damn good even years later. It really goes to show what a great Business we are in if we buy our domains right. They really do not lose value, only gain.
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        Ategy, you’re a nut. 🙂

      2. Travis M.

        If you bought vptp.com at the end of 2015 / beginning of 2016, you would be sitting on a 50%+ loss right now most likely. So domains do lose value on occasion – especially if you buy at the top of a Chinese inflated mega-bubble. At the same time, that would have been a great time to sell 4L names you paid $14 for several years ago.

        I hadn’t considered the titty patrol angle of this name though. It’s possible it could go for more.

  3. Michael

    Quite ironic that IntellegenceUSA.com is misspelled 🙂

    Yeah, good old Bido. I still visit the site almost daily. I don’t know why. But there are sometimes some pretty okay ccTLD names there.

    It was pretty revolutionary back then.

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