Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, Feb 8th, 2018

Feb 08 2018

Escrow.com

It’s always an adventure when you post that you are looking for a domain name at NamePros.   Or anywhere really.  So I am looking for a one word, non plural, noun .IO.  Pretty simple explanation.  I might as well have written.  I am looking for a domain.  I received plenty of names that fit the description but just as many that weren’t even close.  I expected many to be bad and my expectations were 100% correct.  I expected most people to not put a price despite me telling them to do so.  They didn’t.  And I expected that if a price was put on it that most would put the $1000 max that I said I was willing to pay.  I was half right.  Only 50% put that price.  The others were reasonable for the quality of domain they were selling.   My favorite name was Asthma.io.  Not to pick on the owner but I have to admit I giggled when it came in as a choice.  Can you imagine using this as your brand? “Our product is so good it will take your breath away”   Not a bad tagline.  And finally there was the inevitable post from NamePros saying that I did something wrong in the post.  Every time I post something I get it cleaned up or “do this or else”.  I think I’m just a little too stupid to post on a forum. I stated that I would pay $1000 max per name in my post.  Then I get this message. “Please update your original post with a numerical minimum/maximum per domain budget within 24 hours”   I read and reread that statement and still don’t understand how the $1000 max per name” doesn’t tell buyers my ranges.  Do people really need to know my minimum or how many names I want?  Another case where rules are in place but nobody enforcing the rules pays attention to why they are there.  But again, I’m just a dumb little nursery plant guy.

I am also looking for LLLL.coms that end in C or A that have good letters.  I am not going to even bother posting that because it will be a train wreck.  I’ll probably get 5Ls, numerics, and .ly.  So I’ll just keep hunting those down myself.   You’ve heard me say I only buy names when I sell and I had been dry for a while but sold a few names so I need to replace them. Most of the money is going to taxes but there was enough left to pick up a few names.

I actually got back on a schedule yesterday for the first time in almost 3 weeks.  It hasn’t stopped snowing or at least a chance of snow in a week.  They weren’t big snows but we also salt so every night I have to stay up and watch.   I went out Monday from 3 am to 8 am and then back out from 11 pm to 3:30 am the next day.   I took some naps but it was brutal.  Also strained my wrist ligament picking up 50 bags of 50lbs of salt or the side of the truck.  Getting too old to be lifting bags all night.  What used to keep me in shape is now tearing me up.  I’m still pretty strong for a 49 year old but that’s not saying much compared to a 25 year old.  Although my doctor thinks it strained from the salt but the real damage is from typing all day and night. Reaching for the space bar 4 million times is just as bad as reaching for a 50lb bag of salt.  Although in both cases I actually enjoy them and get paid pretty well to do it. Snow also helps pay for equipment that otherwise would be sitting there.  And writing keeps me sane and helps me keep buying domains.  Like Asthma.io  Here are today’s names, Click on them for current price

 

 

Quote of the Day: “You can have a certain arrogance, and I think that’s fine, but what you should never lose is the respect for the others”  -Steffi Graf

Domain of the Day: VRGrid.com       16 Bids.  Virtual Reality name.  Similar names already built out

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

The NamesCon Live Auction Names that didn’t meet reserve End Today.  Some great names 

ElectricPink.com   No bids.  Pink taken to the extreme

HomemadeCheese.com   mmm cheese.   33 bids

RestoringProperty.com   The second most popular type of show after House Hunters

CPX.com   Met reserve so its going to sell. Love this one

Deductibles.com   I see this one as a tax name

15H.com  Like the name but the reserve is a joke and a waste of our time

NameFirm.com  Good domain name company  name

RedWine.com   Fantastic name but going to take a big company to make the reserve

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

FixYourself.com   Not a huge fan of the term fix because you can’t be broken but I get the term and the value.  So I love it

TheDragonfly.com   1996 domain.  Of course you can always buy DragonFly.com from Mr. Cyger

BeePress.com   Not sure why I like Bee names so much.  Maybe its the easy logo

a1solutions.com  I think every town has an A1Solutions.  20 years old

RegisteredOffice.com   Do you know the difference between a corporate office and a registered office?  22 bids

VentureStock.com   Venture capital names always seem to find a bidder

GoodGigs.com   And get $5 for doing it

Camera3d.com   This would have sold for 4 figure back in the 3D phase

WaxOnWaxOff.com   Yup, another awesome Karate Kid name

83317.com   A 5N that starts with 8 is still a great name

Sigoa.com   nice sounding 5L.com.  Under $500 at press time

SoccerTube.com   First tube name I’ve seen up for auction in a while

CoolPulse.com   Several trademarks but 88 million Google results so plenty of uses available

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

BlockChainTrackers.com  Data and analytics of the blockchain are going to be a huge business

NeverAnyDoubt.com A common saying but we all know there was a tiny bit of doubt

RainBarrel.org  Conserving water is a movement to many so worthy of the .org

UberFinance.com Uber was a popular naming convention long before the ride share company came out

VirtualVapor.com Not much value but no bids.  Vape with your friends online

iPay.net  net actually works if you are a payment platform on the net

VacaWorld.com  One of those names you think you’re being cute.  Short for vacation world but really just means Cow World in Spanish

CockTrample.com  Sounds just awful

Chumsky.com  A last name and in general, just a funny word

Red22.com  Sounds like a football play.  But memorable
BlockChainTrackers.com  Data and analytics of the blockchain are going to be a huge business

NeverAnyDoubt.com A common saying but we all know there was a tiny bit of doubt

RainBarrel.org  Conserving water is a movement to many so worthy of the .org

UberFinance.com Uber was a popular naming convention long before the ride share company came out

VirtualVapor.com Not much value but no bids.  Vape with your friends online

iPay.net  net actually works if you are a payment platform on the net

VacaWorld.com  One of those names you think you’re being cute.  Short for vacation world but really just means Cow World in Spanish

CockTrample.com  Sounds just awful

Chumsky.com  A last name and in general, just a funny word

Red22.com  Sounds like a football play.  But memorable

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

1p7.com
Appcessory.com
BeautyExpressed.com
BoscoBlog.org
CompleteHearing.com
Conservatory-Interiors.com
DCStatehoodgreen.org
DCTube.com
DomainFrontier.com
DroidLaw.com
EatToBlog.com
EchelonPress.com
EHRDecisions.com
EndTaxHavenSecrecy.org
EVSRoll.com
FindTheData.org
fobqd.com
FXTimes.org
Games4f.com
Good50.com
Goodlooking.org
httplink.com
HuluMovies.org
hzdmdq.com
Indotek.com
Infologotipo.com
InsureBlock.com
Intellirack.com
lancasterspca.org
MeSea.com
Okanaganrv.com
QSCN.net
QuadGoals.com
QUXS.com
QZD.cc
RailsCanada.com
ResponsiveWebDesignTester.com
SatPro.org
shantaitea.com
SitePro.net
StGeorgeUtahLiving.com
TheGreatHall.net
TipsTune.net
TryDo.com
UpperShoreRegionalCouncil.org
Voyancedufutur.com
WaitAndroid.com
WebJazz.net
whoissheanniemac.com
Wuhanip.com
YatesDental.com
Zozanga.com

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8 comments

  1. Fatih

    Those guys has to be punished one way or another. Maybe blocking them like auction houses. Any human being that cant understand whats written has no place in an industry forum wasting others time.

  2. Michael

    The last time I asked for CVCV.coms at NamePros, I got a lot of replies. Needless to say, not one of them was a CVCV.com 😉

  3. Eric Lyon

    We share the dissatisfaction when a seller abuses a buyer’s request for specific types of domains, and we understand the frustration that it causes.

    On NamePros, it is considered spam if a seller sends domain names that do not meet the criteria of a buyer, and we do not allow spam. We have buyers that report this issue to us whenever they receive a domain name that does not match the criteria they’ve outlined in their request, and we take swift action to issue spam infractions to those sellers whenever it is brought to our attention. We encourage you to report these issues to us, so that we can improve the experience for everyone.

    While we do make an effort to manually check as many public requests from buyers that we can, and clean up any domain names posted by sellers that do not belong, there’s only so much we can catch without help from sellers. For instance, it’s impossible for us to catch this type of spam in direct messages unless the buyer reports it to us and then invites us to that direct message. Mentioning the problem without reporting the offenders doesn’t help; the offenders need to be reported for change to happen.

    If you have received any domains outside of your specified criteria, please use the report feature so that a moderator can investigate further and take any appropriate actions.

    Thanks for your help.

  4. John D

    I once had a guy on namepros initiate an infraction against me, I launched an infraction against his infraction though so it turned out pretty good.

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