Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 29th, 2017

Oct 29 2017

I just loved Josh’s intro about his dot US “experiment”.  An experiment that netted him $20,000.   Just an idea he tried and obviously it worked.  It shows how much money there is to be made in our industry if you are intelligent and work hard.  As much as I love a great story of a UDRP or an article about activities from a paid sponsor, I miss the Domain Sherpa type stories from people that have had some success and where that story would have been told in full.  Once again, proving what a big hole was left once Michael stopped publishing. And as long as the hate blogs and comments out there exist I don’t see anyone coming in soon to put out some good stories. Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day:  “Anonymity breeds meanness”  -Sam Altman

Domain of the Day:   Every hospital has one of these.  2 bids


Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   Nothing needs to be said.  Bitcoin runs the world.  Not really, it just runs the speculation world    Keyword is so strong that the dot net is worth three figures IMO   At four figures.  Not sure exactly why.  Maybe   I think U at the beginning is undervalued.  United something of something fits perfectly and if you can get that for under $200 or even $250 I think you’ll be fine.  My opinion only. Don’t buy anything on my opinion.  Don’t even order lunch based on my opinion .  1999 birthday.   You know how I know?  Because it is     Las Vegas is the king of Escorts.   A bit generic but would make a good marketing name  Another media name getting a lot of bids   Shows the elite are still fetching close to $2K  Four threes gets you four figures   Certainly wha marketing companies are trying to do.  You can show that you are a specialist with this one.   1999 domain


Godaddy Names With One or No Bids It’s a CHiP but not a big fan of the K and the J. Too early for Harvey Weinstein material? There is actually one bidder Good solar or wind power name for $12. Good, not great Probably originally registered as a transportation name. Now its a crypto name Let Prep Daddy help you prepare for……………… And no bids at $12 At least you know what they do Decent name for a design program

Namejet  and Sedo Names at Auction    A mentioned I liked this a few days ago and I still do.  Gutter covers are a big business.    A hope of many companies.  Help them reach their goals  Great brand.  Probably not going to sell glowsticks and   For those of you who like the

Wi.Fi    Congrats to Gold Names on his name getting a fantastic opening bid

Other Domains With Bids

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  1. Ategy

    I really miss Mike’s Sherpa shows as well. They were so well put together .. a wealth of information plus a ton of laughs. I can’t look at an equal=sign any more without dying of laughter remembering your “Double Hyphen like an equal sign?” comment! Some of Andrew’s random tangent rants are just gold .. both for laughs, but also for genuinely honest opinions.
    It bothers me a lot that some people criticised you guys based on what you clearly stated were your “opinions” .. like somehow you weren’t allowed to make mistakes. When the irony was that by sharing all your mistakes you made us stronger in helping us avoid those same mistakes. The domain industry is SO subjective that it is impossible to be right all the time .. or even anything close to all the time. It’s all about trial and error .. and we’re lucky to have guys like you guys here at DSAD (Josh’s post yesterday was absolute Gold) and the old Sherpas tell us about all your ups and downs .. I’m not close to being in the black just yet .. but I’m at a point where I’m happy with my portfolio .. particularly my acquisitions in the last 6 months or so .. and that’s not based on the domains I’ve bought, but actually on the domains I didn’t buy .. and that’s where the shows and blogs have helped .. it’s easy to buy a good domain .. but it’s harder to say no to what initially looks like a good domain, but doesn’t really have any value to any potential end user. That’s where the reviews really helped .. in getting me more confident in saying no to a domain! So thanks again to all of you for that! 🙂
    Cyger was a HUGE asset to the industry with all the information he gave us. I interacted with him a few times and not surprisingly he’s also a super nice guy. Add to that all the time and energy he gave to helping fund cancer research and maybe now that he’s retired we should call him Saint Domain! I truly hope to sell a few more domains before the end of the year so I can hit up NamesCon and buy you all a round of drinks at a Craps table somewhere! 🙂
    As much as I miss the shows .. the positive side is that there will certainly be less competition in auctions as newcomers to the industry have less information to learn from. Now if only we could get you guys to stop posting the “no bids” portions of your lists then I could get even more names under $20! lol
    PS .. Long live Fat Matt! 🙂

  2. B

    This business, like most, is filled with entitlement, jealousy and hate but in this business people hide behind a keyboard. I don’t blame Sherpa for wanting to get out of it on a relatively high note. He pushed through some difficult situations and maintained a level of professionalism rarely seen in this business.

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