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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday March 2nd


There is only one way to learn the value of a domain name.  Find out what domains sold and how much they sold for.  And then to hear the stories of how they did it.   If you talk about any kind of sale and don’t say the name or the price, save it.  You’re blowing in the wind and looking for a congrats.  Save that for Facebook.   The reason I like working with Michael Cyger is he delivers the story of the sale.  The different strategies that people use to sell names.  Incredibly valuable info. One piece of that info will likely help you sell a name some day.  Namebio, short names, our Godaddy report each day, DnJournal’s weekly sales list.  That stuff is gold.  Info that you can trust.  Mike Mann puts out great price data each day as well.  Who really cares about his holding cost.  He’s giving your free insight into the true value of a domain. Learn your product, learn the resale value.  It will give you a starting point for your asking price.   Here are today’s names.  Click the links for current price.  And make sure to come back the next day and look at Travis’ report on how much this all sold for. 


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Domain of the Day:   Trump has the highest bid on this one right now

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids    21 years old.    Surprised how many people throw an extra A on at the front to brand their service or business.   Originally registered in 1999.    Could be a cyber security name   11,000 backlinks.    Famous old site.  Hasn’t been around since 2003   New York Society of ?  biggest price on the board today   17 years old.   Not sure of the angle on the 18 bidders mind  Swahili for “handsome”   242 million results can’t be wrong   Semi popular Italian last name     Haven’t been many for sale lately.  We’ll get to see some current value here   3200 backlinks and everyone likes names that rhymes   New York is known for its pie aka pizza   Why is this town of 1000 people worth so much?   Looks like a tech name.  Wire is a popular word in many a startup name    Because SlowDrones doesn’t have the same appeal   Tell them how to make it.  Kill a cow, dry it out    Big enough name to make it valuable, even in the dot net

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Domains With One or No Bids Nice little with no bids Another one here Two tush names in two days. Speaking of porn names. One bidder Somebody had this for 14 years. Wonder what the hell Daniel did to piss this person off Big name, big future. But looks like I seem to be the only one that knows it which tells you something Just kidding Buying this one for a fellow blogger. I can’t say his name but it rhymes with Konstantinos with the slogan “But we also do hotels and car rentals” I know gardeners have a lot of glee. No bidders Sounds like a tech company. No bidders No bids. Gotta get a little mud on the tire

Other Names With Bids

Namejet Auction   Unfortunately still a political name.   And anyone is welcome to join me using the bathroom , you’re not going to enjoy it regardless of what gender you feel most comfortable in.    CHiP but also a Pitbull aka Mr. Worldwide   Going to get a current wholesale value on with a 4 here if it sells   Used to roll cigarettes but now used for rolling the canna   High CPC, ready for a buildout   Prepper name.   Get ready, because its coming    Public speaking is a lost art.  Teach them here   V is in the perfect spot   Short name,  met reserve   No taxes, beautiful beaches, full of ex pats.  There is a reason Mr. Rosener moved there   Perfect for protecting yourself or catching a good video of an elk getting hit by a meteor    Only a few bid on this one despite being one of the hottest categories     Canna is driving the warehouse market in the legal states.  Could make a living just finding space for people in the industry  This was a 5 to 6 figure name a few years back. Ville craze is over though so now worth much much much less

DropCatch Pending Deletes and Auctions  Would have been a HUGE name in the 80s and 90s   Just passed 4 figures.  Berkens is the lead bidder  Great place to get your game on


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7 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday March 2nd”

  1. “ Only a few bid on this one despite being one of the hottest categories”

    It is probably the reserve. I look at my Namejet auction reports list and 99% is did not sell reserve not met.

  2. Anthony,

    Very good point. When people see a high reserve they don’t bother bidding. But that is a good thing because it saves everyone time. Flippa doesn’t show reserve so everyone is shooting in the dark

  3. Disagree. Just because a domain sold for a certain price doesn’t mean the next best substitute is automatically worth within same ballpark.

    Domains are all as unique as their buyers. The value of a domain is only established once that exact domain sells.

    You can have speculators that push the price of the domain up because of a comp. But if it’s not in end user hands than it could still sell for 80% lower than speculative buy.

  4. RP,

    When you get down to it, yes every domain is unique and should be treated as such. And yes, prices can be drastically different based on the desire and pocketbooks of one owner versus another. But you have to start with some baseline and I can’t think of a better baseline than a name in length, similar category, industry, or niche. Its much better than pulling a price out of your ass which most people do. You can make up any price you want but knowing “sweet spots” and learning techniques to help sell domains is very valuable. So what do you use to determine price? Other than just make one up.

    1. I don’t know exactly how to value my domains my friend. I just know they have material value. sold for $8M but was a business, clearly not a profitable business though. I own amongst other sports domains. How much is worth now? Probably more after the sale. But ultimately it is only worth what someone will pay for it.

      I’m a long term domain investor, that is a domain I hand registered in February ’99. Obviously turned down many offers over past 18 years.

      So my comment was more guided by that comp in my mind at the time. I don’t think that just because and its associated business sold for $8M that is suddenly worth $1M or even $500K. Its worth what someone will pay for it when I choose to sell it.

      I tend to buy domains in groups of genre because random domains seem like a harder long term sell, or more random to me. Just my preference. Think groups create more long term value for a potential business.

      1. Thanks RP for sharing. This would take hours to discuss even on the phone so the comment section is going to be rough to discuss. I appreciate the good conversation and I think we’re probably both right in many areas.

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