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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday May 13th , 2018



I love using  to look up what other domain investors are hand registering.  Auction and private buys are different because everyone has a different bankroll so it’s not apples to apples.  What is interesting is to see the hand regs or auction purchases under $1000. Where do the see value in a lesser priced name? What did they see of value at auction?  There are quite a few domain investors that I think are so good at what they do that I learn from watching them.  Others are pure curiosity.  And a few I just do it to see how bad they are at their craft.  You know.  The portfolios where they should just hit CRTL+ALT+DELETE the entire portfolio

I don’t have a lot of time to check but with the .app craze I’ve been watching to see what the vocally supportive people are buying.  Again, not following or buying.  Just looking for entertainment.  Now I’ll just sit back and wait for the sales.  And I’m guessing they will be right there with the rest of the new Gs.  Few and far between.   Of course this could be different.  But I’ll be out buying and selling other things while we wait for it to be different.

PS:  Don’t forget wifes, Moms, and Grandmas today

Here are today’s domains.  Click to see the latest price

Quote of the Day:   “Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else” -Margaret Mead

Domain of the Day:    Sounds like a lovely place to go get your stretch on

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction  I think this is easily worth the reserve. Fantastic name for cybersecurity. 1995 name  No reserve name that would make a nice marketing name for several industries    I bet this sells for 10 times the current bid of $321    Top amount of bids on the names closing today    Somebody let this expire.  Nothing like letting a five figure name expire     Aged and has Data in the name   Pronounceable   I think a good pronounceable 4L is as good as a bad 3L.  But I have neither so what do I know?   Fasting is becoming a popular diet Expiring name so it will sell


Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   57 bids shows how much people like this.  21 years old  Sounds like a truck stop   Good memorable brand    I like this one.  Would be a good buy under $1500 IMO  The Chinese have already found this one. Just step out of the way  Pretty sure if its modern its going to be organic   Blockchain name all the way   Godaddy thinks its worth $6400.  Bidders think its $35

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids  Pretty good letters.  Under $300 at press time  No bids.  I just use facebook  Not a lot of value but I know for a fact people have TONS of lawn questions 9 times out of 10 if a residential customer calls a plumber its an emergency  Why do we need to have just Arbor Day?  Squirrel proof and take bird photos

Godaddy Names With Bids

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7 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday May 13th , 2018”

  1. Shane,

    XBT is the Bitcoin ticker symbol is some systems- which speaks to the interest in

    Will be interesting to see where that ends and if it beats ILoveCrypto!


  2. I had HappyYoga on my watchlist for a while but took it off after deciding the double “y” in the middle was problematic. For some reason I don’t like it when the first word in a domain name ends with the same letter that the next word starts with.

      1. I get the camel casing and all but there’s still something about how the words flow together that makes me like or not like a domain outside of its intrinsic value. I also don’t like it when the first word ends in “e” and the second starts with a “d”, “r” or “s”. bothers me but doesn’t. I guess maybe I’m just weird.

    1. I don’t have too much hate for this sort of thing. It’s a factor .. but a small one … I actually like HappyYoga .. the two words work together both phonetically and more importantly makes sense in terms that many people who do yoga do it to be happy (apparently .. lol)

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