Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday June 25th

Jun 25 2017

Escrow.com

 

The other day I wrote an article about Richard Dynas selling Hatred.com for $150,000.   The responses were exactly what I expected.  “Great job”, “Congratulations”, “Congratulations” with a “I have this domain that is similar”.    But the response from Kevin Murphy of DomainIncite was the most surprising. On Twitter he wrote “Give this domainer a big hand for ripping off Milo Yiannopoulos to the tune of $138,000”    It’s the ripping off part I don’t get.  A guy that writes articles about domain investing for a living, says that someone who sold a domain at a good profit is ripping someone off.  That the person buying the domain is being stupid.  In a sense saying, while no all purchases are bad, he has the ability to tell when a purchase was a bad or good buy.  I think he is wrong.  I think the buyer has free will and chooses what he wants to spend on the domain.  If the seller agrees to that price and everyone is happy there is no such thing as ripping people off.  I can’t speak for everyone but I certainly feel uncomfortable having someone who writes and represents our industry telling the world via twitter that you’ve paid too much for a domain.   It’s bad for the industry, its bad for business.  And it is business.  Milo is controversial but he is an incredible marketer and that’s what he bought it for.  Kevin is a great writer.  But I will take Milo’s marketing skills over Kevin’s domain investing skills any day.  Have a good Sunday  Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:  “If you want to be noticed, be different.  If you to be remembered, make a difference “

 

Domain of the Day:  Juice.me   Can you juice me Fokker?

Namejet Auctions 

TouchOfSpring.com   No bidders.   Sounds like a healthy, clean product

VirtualClinics.com  I think we will visit the doctor at these.  Send in your vitals, some blood into your phone and bam.   Diagnosis

TreeDesign.com   42 bidders.   You know I am partial to plant names.  Everyone loves to use them in brands

DomainMagazine.com   I remember when something like this actually existed.  I got it in the mail. Regular snail mail

LIL.org  I don’t know of anyone that has great success with .org but I do like this one

HDIH.com   Met reserve at $200

Hairstylists.com   I don’t have one. I don’t have much hair

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ExpressDoctor.com   Now if only you could get Express appointment

TeleChat.com  Sounds like something they came up with in 1994.  But getting lots of bids

TheBeehive.org  It doesn’t get any hotter of an industry than bees right now.  Save the bees, save the bees.  Lots of backlinks here

NameRazor.com   Sharp name.   Sorry

HomeCentric.com   Most people’s life IS centered around the home

MyPreciousKid.com   Was a seller of child protection and baby gear.  Not anymore.  Getting some great bids

PhoneDrones.com  It took a while but drone manufacturers figured out that the smart phones could be the technology that drives the controller or the drone itself

APFU.com  Under $300 at press time

137cp.com   Yeah, I have no idea why it’s this high either

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids

Yeecil.com a 5L originally registered in 2000

PhotoBuds.com I’d rather have the plural but at $12 its worth looking at IMO

Budwick.com Love it as a canna store. Or a canna candle

PornCreek.com I jump over this creek some times. Some times I fall in

JT11.com I thought the double number 4 characters all got bids. Not this one

SpeedyMassage.com Any amount of time for a massage feels nice

GreaterFrequency.com Actually sounds kind of techy

Blift.com 5L with no bids

ClearSpirit.com Nice brand name that sounds clean and fresh. If you spirit isn’t clear you need to drink more water

7070.us Not sure if any dot us have value but 2003 name and its pretty memorable

MakeAmericaGreat.org No bids. Missing the ‘again’ but not bad for $10 if this is your thing

AsbestosInspections.com Nice CPC and a name for someone that offers this would be a great buy for under $1000 IMO

Englishing.com Fun blog name. No bidders

MoreRooms.com I see this one as a travel site selling the “extra” rooms

WhitAndWhimsy.com Cue little name for $10

SocialMediaFactory.com Learn to be a social media stud

885.xyz    It’s an XYZ but the three numbers are pretty hard to find

06360.com   No bids on a 5N.com.  And its no reserve.  Could be a steal

NN25.com   Double letter and double number 4 characters are the ones people are looking for out West

RP11.com  ditto

 

Other Names With Bids
5kfoamfest.com
759689.com
Aaritcare.com
AllowBlock.com
BacouIntersafe.com
BlogToFit.com
BudapestApartmentSearch.com
CGIAdmin.com
ChinaTravelTourism.com
Coreno.com
CrankEmergencyRadios.com
Daily5Remodel.com
ExpertampsUSA.net
FlashGameHole.com
FreshVaper.com
GHSX.net
HotsMail.com
iNames.net
Itaas.biz
JustEnoughBlog.com
kreditblogger.com
LasVegasLocksmith.org
Mazoons.com
Medciencia.com
MinyanVilleMedia.com
modheshworld.net
MSUSA.org
NAOSteakhouse.com
NewHDMovie24.com
NotSoCheesyKitchen.com
NYDG.net
pamlico-nc.com
PlumberNearMe.org
PornCreek.com
PsychologySoftware.com
QueenoOnaQuest.com
Replica-Mania.com
Savtechno.com
SecularNewsDaily.com
SocialMediaFactory.com
Subadult.com
SweetLuxeCakes.com
Swierclinic.com
TellurideFoodTours.com
TheCircleEffect.com
ThePerfumedDragon.com
Top-Scale.com
TopGunTriathlonShop.com
TradingViewFX.com
Vacacionespr.com
Vibedust.com
VZLY.com
WildRice.org
WorldOfGymnastics.info
ZoranMilich.com
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8 comments

  1. Stu

    Thats a great argument, it’s subjective and down to ones individual thoughts and feelings…. when i sell domains i getaccused of ripping people off but thats the nature of the beast, either they buy it or they dont that simple.

  2. Koosah

    I think its more about the seller saying he had it for sale at 12k and raised the price because Milo is a celebrity. I think saying that out loud was not the smartest thing to do on the sellers part. That buyer WILL feel ripped off.

  3. Koosah

    Doing it is one thing. Saying it when the buyer can read it is another. Not smart. The least that would happen is that buyer will never buy from you again. Why does the seller feel the need to say “I was willing to sell at 12k”? You made a good sale good for you no fault there, but adding that part does not help one bit, no upside to that statement.

  4. Ategy

    I’m actually thinking you may both be right here.

    Anyhow .. on a happier note .. I feel it’s my duty to share some of today’s best $5 closeouts:

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  5. Kevin Murphy

    With my sincere apologies, I only just discovered that this post mentioned me, so I only just had an opportunity to respond.

    I am not, as this post states, a “guy that writes articles about domain investing for a living”.

    My blog is domainincite.com. Anyone who wants to read what I actually do write about is welcome to check it out.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Kevin,

      But you do. Not your only living, but it adds income for you to live. And you do write about domain names. Your subject matter is domains and the policies and actions that revolve around said domains. You are a good writer
      undeniably. I write like a 7th grader. But I am a domain investor first, writer second. You are a writer first and …. Don’t know you well enough to know much else

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