Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday March 22nd, 2018

Mar 22 2018

Escrow.com

Talking to a few domain investors that I hadn’t talked to in a while.  Both had some things happen in their lives that weren’t exactly as planned.  Both of which caused them to step back from domain investing in a public way.  i.e. no more commenting on blogs or Namepros.  It’s a story that has been pretty common lately in the domain space.   Many think crypto has taken away some investors but I have different ideas.

I think many domain investors just don’t participate publicly anymore.  They were tired of reading blogs that complain constantly of things they don’t like in the industry.  Forums that attacked individuals.  Some being legit and correct and others with no basis.  And an overall lack of positive excitement in the industry.  Throw in the fact that the good names have gotten expensive and you’re just not seeing a lot of new blood.  If it wasn’t for DNAcademy  I think you’d see even less.  Meanwhile many aged domain investors quietly buy and sell domains with no interest in participating in the social side of it.

That being said, I think there is more opportunity than there has been since the Chinese rush.  There is a huge lack of inventory in the auctions and the flip opportunity is great right now.  I work with several people that have had some good success flipping using Namejet.   If you are sitting on single word or solid two word dot coms right now you have gold.   You are seeing many of these come through the auctions this past year.  Names that were a higher quality that we normally see.  Various reasons.  Some just ready to cash out.  Some looking to get into crypto. Either way the sales price boosted the market.

The scarcity of names also caused some to not sell at auction at all. Because you could sell one retail and get what you would get for 7 names at auction.   But you don’t need to comment on the  blogs or forums to learn that.    Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day:   “f you truly want to change your life,you must be willing to change your mind”

Domain of the Day:  RMate.com   Need a roommate?  Go to RMate to find one

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

 

LifecareServices.com  The world is getting old.  They are going to need care services.  Ask anyone who is in it if its going well.  Not enough spots for people.  Prices are crazy as well.  48 bidders

SafetyPlace.com  Meet your OSHA requirements here.  Good safety gear sales portal

ClinicalGroup.com  Medicine, rehab, and care.  The hottest market there is.  Crypto’s got nothing on this

Laptops.center    Laptop sales hub or center in this case

POA.net  “Power of Attorney”  Met reserve at $5K so its going to sell and move to a new home

FierySpoon.com  Spoon names have always been a naming convention for restaurants

GiveABear.com    You’ve heard of Vermont Teddy Bear.  This is a great marketing name for that type of company. No bids

MainStreetJazz.com  There are festivals and bands that would upgrade if they moved to this name. 1 bid

BasketballStream.com  No bids. Just in time for spring basketball.  March Madness, NBA playoffs

Each.com   Love the name just sure what is will be used for

CrossBike.com  As a biker the cyclo cross bikes are the hot thing right now. Also known as Gravel Bikes

Quot.com   No e but people still see quote

FixTheHouse.com   No bids on this fixer upper

Handle.com, Noise.com, Rana.com ,Cowboy and many more

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

AgileWeb.com    Because flexibility is one of the keys to success on the net.  27 bids

AdolphHitler.com  Not how you spell Adolf but that hasn’t stopped bidders

WomensProFootball.com   1999 domain.  28,000 backlinks.  The bids are coming for the history.  Not sure about the future

Minux.com  Nice little 5L.  Sounds computery like a form of Linux.  Not sure what made it so high in price but it is a nice sounding name

LiveBitcoins.com    and   LiveBTC.com     Another pair of great crypto names expire for us to eat up

TokenBits.com  I imagine people will eat this one up as well

MaineFishing.com  There is some great fishing in Maine.  The lobsters aren’t too bad either

COVU.com   2nd tier CVCV IMO

LoveGrowsHere.com   Pretty sure there’s a wooden sign hanging outside of my aunt’s house that says this

HolyJesus.com   Jesus is pretty Holy.  Unless you’re Jewish and then he’s just a carpenter

AssureMe.com   Guarantee something on this site

FDWT.com   Good letters and consonants.  Already four figures as expected

XPBJ.com   Not nearly as good of letters.

CannaBenefits.com   I think its worth more than he $58 at press time

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

86858.com  Three 8s and 5N.com means a lot of cabbage

QWPN.com  Sounds like coupon.  Also an all consonant LLLL.com which instantly makes the value over $1000 in today’s market

CryptoGull.com   Animals make great brands.   Add a bird with a coin in his mouth and instant logo and brand.  No bids

CryptoFade.com  A lot of people fading the crypto market right now.  Not possible to short but when it does this name will become very relevant

InternetExposer.com 1998 domain.  Show the world the good guys that are doing bad things

SpeedReadingCourse.com One bid.  Do people still speed read.  I kind of do.  I’m a glancer

Ameriten.com  Sounds like a made up America based name.  Sounds like they would be your local power company

PaleoPrep.com   Paleo recipe site. Mmmmmmmm meat and dirt

5000.tv   Might be worth a flyer at $12.   Certainly memorable

BoostKits.com   No bids.  The Google results tell you that people are still putting turbo boost kits on their cars

Tarabu.com  I like the sound of this one. Nobody agrees

Godaddy Names With Bids

01k3.com
338448.com
AdventureRaceGA.com
Allxa.com
AmarieMusic.com
AmarilloInnAndSuites.com
AmericanSolder.com
AmericarParking.com
AndrewsChamberCommerce.com
ArnieBakerCycling.com
ATCCharges.com
Automate2013.com
Bdmlp.com
BestMehendiarts.com
BrilliantShare.com
BusyCats.com
CentralCoastalAllergyAndAsthma.com
ClinicaMirak.com
CreekFestHouston.com
CryptoKidz.com
DetailedHomes.com
Ditell.com
DomeTo.com
DrDivorce.com
ExMormonForums.com
fjjfk.com
GamesFlasher.com
hg9966.com
hn2018.com
hsstm.com
iCarp.com
icrict.org
IDW.cc
IndianEmbassyBahrain.com
JCWS.net
JoesPPS.com
johordarultakzimfc.com
KCrow.com
KenWeb.com
l7en.com
LeBiricchine.com
lh6dj.com
MacsSpring.com
MeguRestaurants.com
MusicIsArt.ws
NipTara.com
NNRY.net
Npels.com
Opelo.com
PNGFever.com
POVCameras.com
RakeCity.com
rbnat.com
RecruitCoin.com
ShoppingPower.com
SilverLiningsPlaybookMovie.com
SortingWithStyle.com
Splitweet.com
StarWalkKids.com
StopTheAmmoGrab.com
SturgeonCaviar.com
SuperbVentures.com
SuperiorWines.com
Tarabu.com
TexasAhead.org
Titly.com
TopCanadianHotels.com
TopMumbaiEscorts.com
TradersBase.com
Treatment-For-Anxiety.org
tvapps2go.com
TZAG.com
Uniriot.org
UW98.com
vdocomm.com
VFOutletCenter.com
VidPhone.com
WestsideMarket.com
YalePediatrics.org

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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3 comments

  1. R P

    There is a lot of groupthink imo. Most blogs and domain media talk about trading/flipping vs long term investing and fundamentals.

    Nobody seems to want input from guys who bought domains for $20K in 2009-10 now sitting on 6 & 7 figure domains still refusing to sell.

  2. Ategy

    Personally I’ve noticed a HUGE increase in auction action. The quality of domains that used to have about 10-20% slip through to closeout now are much rarer finds at closeout. More bids as well. Still some decent stuff to be found .. but it’s not as easy.
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    Still being a relative newcomer, I’m curious if it was exceptionally quieter for good chunks of last year .. or if it’s the last 2 months that are exceptionally busier.
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    Either way I guess it’s both good and bad. Bad in that names are more expensive and harder to get at good prices … but at the same time that means the market is healthier and that in theory we’ll get more for our names (at wholesale at least).
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    As for social activity … if you’re talking recent short term .. then it could be a result of Estibot now giving instant results and therefore no longer showing a newsfeed while we wait for Estibot to spit out the results for our list of names. I for one definitely jumped around to various blogs/sites because of that .. heck .. I even found threads at NamePros I didn’t see while in the actual forums.

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