Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday June 29th

Jun 29 2017

Escrow.com

Adam Strong let me know yesterday he has five NNNN.coms up for sale.  1829.com, 3795.com, 4023.com, 4744.com, and 6574.com.   Like many of us he has things he wants to do and he might as well sell a few domains to do them.  He said he would give them to me for being such a great friend over the years but I reminded him he has kids he has to think about and their schooling.  (sarcasm).    Adam so politely sent me over an email he sent me in 2012 about selling those same domains at auction.  They were part of a larger list of domains and I told him that the rest were pretty bad but the numerics were going to do very well at auction.  His reserve ?  $500.    Obviously there are worth much more than that now and he was smart to have held on to them.  Instead of getting less than $10K, they are now worth well north of 100K.     Which also reminds me of when he and I were hunting for a NNN.com.   We were going to split it. We passed on a few at $20K and then chased them all the way up to $100K and never got one.  They got away from us just in the short year and a half we were trying to buy one.   A lot of lessons from Adam and I’s exploits over the years.    If you would like to make an offer on those names let me know and I’ll put you in touch.

***Disclaimer.  I was compensated to advertise this sale by Adam with a long…slow..hug

 Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:  ““Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch”

Domain of the Day:   Khaleesi.com  The mother of Dragons from the Game of Throne.  There are actually kids with this name now. She is a beautiful person

Other Domain of the day:  ResumeSkills.com   Has some good bids.  Everyone looking for a job has a resume.  Big business if you do it right

Namejet Auctions 

TreeDesign.com    I forgot trees means canna to a lot of people

SnuggleBuddy.com  We can all use one….or two

TheHeavy.com   Memorable.   I used to work with Heavy.com back in the day.  This is much cheaper

HotAndHeavy.com   Get some hot with your heavy.   18 years old

VirtualClinics.com   It’s where you will see a doctor soon

Subordinated.com      2 bidders.   Make them feel small

DNLS.com and DNRP.com  Two nice DN CHiPs.    Although Western premiums are now worth more than Chinese Premiums now

Hairstylists.com   Millions of them in the US alone. OK maybe a hundred thousand?

CreativityZone.com I’ve always said that there are times where creativity trumps education

Sedo Closing Today

JTG.com    More uses than just the WWE wrestler

 

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

BodyPros.com   Under $50 at press time.   Great workout center, personal trainer name

AlphaPage.com   1995 domain.  The alpa page is always the most dominant page

MGCP.com   I was going to try and buy this but its moved way past my buy range

HomeDeluxe.com     15 years old.   So European with Deluxe at the end

LittleFlowerMarket.com    forgot to renew.  Site was up and then…….ooops

SWIK.net   Pretty sure the 912,000 backlinks are the draw here

Medkart.com   The K makes getting help so much cooler

FlightGo.com Best no bid name on the board today IMO. Will have bids very soon

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids

ToothyFruit.com You automatically start talking like The Ladies Man when you say it out loud

NatureWindow.com Has a lot of results on Google. Some regarding large windows so you can see nature.

Veluna.com I like names like this. $12. Shorter and a nice sounding brand

TheNinjaGroup.com Not a ton of value but a pretty fun name. nobody agrees. No bidders

RapeKids.com I can’t believe somebody owned this since 2001. As bad as it gets

BeatFlorida.com I’m buying Michael Berkens this for his birthday.com

Wabet.com Pronounceable 5L.com with no bids

Iseka.com One more 5L with no bids

AverageArt.com The most honest gallery ever

 

Other Names With Bids

365cakepops.com
861538.com
861738.com
861938.com
862238.com
862318.com
AllDetox.com
AlliedGaming.net
BloggerCandy.com
BNIMaryland.com
BuySellLinks.com
BWWS.net
CalculatorLabs.com
CharityInsider.com
CHQSoftware.com
CityPorchChicago.com
CollectorRevolution.com
DallasAttorneyFamilyLaw.com
Dedor.com
DHTM.net
Dillonsrvcity.com
DopplerRadio.net
DowntownElkhart.org
DPVK.com
ELCartel.info
Ellerayhall.com
EMSFT.com
Europe-Pharmacy.net
FerretNews.com
FMXY.net
FullDownGames.biz
GalaxyBank.com
GenevaChophouse.com
Goldaholic.com
Harborage.com
HealthWithoutMedicines.com

humanities-mt.org
i-mill.com
iKashmir.org
KidneyWA.org
KnowTheTech.com
LAXWallball.net
MediaFreedomInternational.org
Minivan-Momma.com
Multiunit.com
NamisoMD.org
NordicNibbler.com
OpenBossa.org
PetersenProperties.com
Psyli.com
reddog-marketing.com
RetroFest.com
RHOAcademy.com
RTPRealty.com
sahitya-akademi.org
SaisProgramme.com
ServiceMinder.com
SFConcrete.com
SingleJew.com
SkiAthosHermes.com
SweetleafSupply.com
sweetleafsupplyco.com
SynodSun.com
TFRZ.net
ThaiBoxer.com
TheHappinessCoach.com
TheTerrorDrome.com
TheTravelingWod.com
TheTruckGuide.com
ThomastonOperaHouse.org
top10products.com
TPRobins.com
VerminSupreme.com
visioninchawaii.com
VRBODenver.com
WesternAutoPlaza.net
WorkingSelf.com
Wozzor.com
ZNIQ.com
ZOKB.com
Zombiesurvivalwiki.com
ZoomInterior.com
ZWSG.net

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8 comments

  1. Ategy

    Seems like your SnuggleBuddy.com squeezed the math out of you with his long .. slow .. hug! lol
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    1829.com + 3795.com + 4023.com + 4744.com + 6574.com = Five domains! 😉
    .
    That being said though .. I just don’t get pricing of numerics beyond 3L. Sure I get that 4L has some appeal to Chinese and international businesses because numbers transcend language. But seriously who is going to remember 7164.com? Yes if it were significantly cheaper it might be worth it, but at the current prices I just don’t get it .. there are very few potential end users for whom the pricing would be worth the purchase!
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    Congrats to those of you holding them though .. my comments have nothing to do with jealousy … despite the fact I am indeed jealous of you! 😉
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    PS .. Here’s a numeric for you … DSAD is # 1 !!! 😉
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    PPS .. if nobody bids on TheNinjaGroup.com, I’ll go halfers with you on the $11 closeout price and we can start a covert group of ninjas going around stealing short numerics from the richest domainers!


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Ategy,

      I have been hearing comments like this about their value for 10 years. Eventually they could be right. Good thing Adam didn’t listen. 🙂

      1. Ategy

        I just realised I typed “I don’t get numerics beyond 3L” .. but I obviously meant 3N .. and then 4N with regards to the China comments.
        .
        I’m curious though .. you follow these more than most .. have short numerics (3N +4N) pretty much moved in tamdem with the 3L 2015 rise and 2016 softening?
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        At this point I really don’t see any advantage for someone starting out putting all their domaining capital into these high priced “liquid domains”. Even liquid, the prices go up/down more than what I even buy most of my domains for, so the liquidity factor has no real relevance. I agree it might have at some point .. but at best I’d say 4N’s have a 50/50 chance of going up and down from here .. mainly because i just don’t see end user demand at the traditional markups from current “wholesale liquid” prices. What I think matters is the end user mark-up + likelyhood of selling. Where yes the dollar amount is interesting, but percentage isn’t .. and much more importantly, nor do I see the potential of the coveted “end user markup” sale as being very high .. which essentially means you’re playing the market on the wholesale liquidity margins .. which is a gamble (unless you feel strongly that the liquid price will likely go up even from current prices).
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        I’m not saying the prices are at their potential ceiling .. I’m more saying I just don’t get the appeal of 4N domains enough to be confident enough to risk, and more importantly, tie up capital for what will likely be a 50/50 bet either way at this point.
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        It is important for me to state that because my focus has been on growing my portfolio without spending $xxx,xxx, that I haven’t looked too deeply into these domains .. so take my opinions with a huge grain of salt! 😉


      2. Post author
        ShaneCultra

        Ategy,

        You have to remember that there are all different kinds and values of portfolios. A million dollar portfolio in my opinion, should have some numerics. Not everyone is looking for a home run domain. Some are looking for domains that hold value with the possibility to increase. People said NNN.coms had gotten too high at $80K and then moved to $300K.

        I think your method of domain investing is very risky. I think brandables should be a part of a portfolio but having a giant portfolio of made up, brandables and long tail is a great way to tie up a lot of money. Josh has proven me otherwise but he is very very good at picking names that sell. He has a higher sell through rate than most domain investors. I know this because I can compare him to all the other people at brand bucket.

        In short, a balanced portfolio is important. Money management is important. I think names should only be purchased with sales. If it comes from outside sources I think you should have a budget and a limit. I like LLLL.com as value holders with the possibility of good returns. I like one word and two word dot coms because I think they are the most coveted names. I like brandables because of the risk/return ratio. there is no right or wrong in name choice. There is only profit or no profit which determines correct strategy.

        I love your enthusiasm, your passion. But your strategy and style isn’t working until the sales start coming through.

  2. adam

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Fjlfu8cSlFc/VuGaSUvavqI/AAAAAAAAA0k/jT3PwSKeF7U/s1600/iStock_000013347296Small.JPG

    You know the last thing you told me when I emailed you about these before I told you that I was selling :

    Shane :
    “I would hold on to them. I think they continue to go higher. . . . .. the demand is still higher than the supply. But the return is fantastic and you have to cash in sometimes. Sell a few and keep a few ”

    I just decided it’d be easier to sell them all. It’d save me on the thousands of emails I get a year too.

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