Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday May 4th

May 04 2017

Over the last few days I’ve been spending extra time doing two things. Making sure my names are listed on Afternic.  And putting BIN prices on all but my best names.  If you have the money to buy and hold forever hoping you will be the next Rick Schwartz then you can do that.  For me, it has become obvious that you can’t just sit and wait for offers.  The most important thing you can do is get your name into the search box of as many people as you can.  Type in or search, you want the potential buyers to know your name is for sale and the opportunity to buy it.  As simple as it sounds, I can go to almost everyone’s portfolio and find a ton of names that are just sitting there with no path to purchase.

I have not done a great job of it and every time I see Josh selling a name it reminds me I need to do that as well for all my names.  Sedo, Godaddy, Afternic, Efty.  You need to be listed at all of them.  Efty for landing and no commission, Sedo because people still search for names there.  Afternic and Godaddy because more people register names there than anywhere and your name will pop up with a price when someone types it in.   I don’t even mind that places like eNaming list my name likes its their own when people search.  Because I own the name and if she gets a good buyer I still win.

There is certainly an art to pricing but not as much as people like Mike Mann will make it seem.  There are psychological price points.  Industry price points.  And lots and lots of guessing.  Historical data will help guide and people like Huge Domains have tens of thousands of sales to help guide them on pricing.  If I find a name of similar quality I will price my names similarly.   Mostly because I’m lazy and its easier.  That, and the fact I’m usually pulling a price out of my ass. Might as well pull it out of theres. Here are today’s names.    Click for Current Price

 

Quote Of The Day  Never regret anything because at some point it was exactly what you wanted” 

Domain Of The Day:  TheCarolina.com  Big fan of “the” names.  This one is cheap right now.   18 years old

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

900009.com   Great pattern here. Going to be highly sought by the Chinese market

Independents.org     Good for anyone or anything that’s non affiliated.  20 years old

SecondWives.org   Almost everyone has one.  I think there is even a new show about them

BaliFashion.com    16 million google results can’t be wrong.   1999 domain

PoliticalUSA.com   Nothing hotter than USA politics

ShowcaseAuto.com    Sounds fancy.  They might have NEW Priuses

KKON.com and YIHW.com    The two LLLL.com on the GD board today

Wizoa.comItico.com  and Exoba.com  A few nice 5L.com

 

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids

AmishLife.com 18 years old. Solid name for documenting daily Amish life. $12 would be a steal IMO

TheDailyGourmet.com Great name. I think the “the” at the beginning is actually preferable

HealthTracker.org The dot com would be a six figure name, soooooooo

NoMoreHunger.org Dot org is perfect here. Hope it happens. No bids

SafeRefuge.com This name became much more valuable once Sanctuary Cities became a thing. But no bidders

MillionaireVillage.com Also known as Greenwich Connecticut. No bids

ShortFilmFest.com These exist. Might as well name it appropriately

VacationPleasures.com Sounds a bit adult but vacation always sounds nice

SeduceAnyGirl.com Looks like a site that would be at the bottom of the page on OutBrain

PetBelt.com I have no idea what its for but pet everything has a chance to sell

AngryPenguin.com Penguins can get pissy. No bids

HomeWagers.com Probably pushing it but good online sports betting name

SaveTheHuman.org I can already see it on a bumper sticker. So many people care more about animals than fellow human beings

Jixaw.com Interesting way to spell jigsaw

Some Nice 6N.com if You’re in to That Type of Thing

318626.com
318628.com
318636.com
318655.com
318656.com
318658.com
318661.com
318679.com
318681.com
318687.com
318689.com
331010.com
538116.com
558673.com
579959.com
588316.com
588319.com
596658.com
599163.com
599593.com
618938.com
668125.com
668563.com
668635.com
668671.com
668673.com
668675.com
799718.com
899563.com
918893.com
989663.com
989916.com
989917.com
991237.com
998391.com
998396.com

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

AAASeniors.org
Advani.info
AdWow.com
AR1web.com
aspbasilicata.net
AwakeningImages.org
AZAnderson.org
Baseball-Articles.com
BBacklink.com
BeamReachSolar.com
Belloabito.com
BestJuicerToBuyNow.com
BloomTheArtOffFowers.com
CarolinaBeachSurf.com
CartForShopping.us
CBRF.net
CenturyCab.com
CNDNews.com
ColoradoTechLiteracy.org
CPHW.net
CurlingEvents.com
DailySoutherner.com
DataCanvas.com
DCSX.net
DeltaCardiffvfc.com
DrDivorceGA.com
Ecnis.org
EffinghamChamber.org
eGovtJob.com
ElementGroup.com
EmergingCorruption.com
EssentialApps247.com
EuroMoonCasinoMarketing.com
Fimmq.com
Fromalditoharrods.com
GHBN.net
Haivlvui.us
Hardwaresources.com
HotBabeTGpp.com
HotelRazlog.com
HoustonDivorceAttorney.info
Keliamoniz.com
Kidebooks.com
KRTrading.com
LocksmithTampa.com
LottoGratis.com
LVCountrysaloon.net
MadisonSaffron.com
Maresmedisseny.com
MeAndYouMovie.com
MeatBeerBabes.com
MedSecurity.com
MHTYech.com
MiamiParadiseTours.com
MissPrisDesigns.com
mymartinautosales.com
NanoTanks.com
NewHopeEaster.com
Novuslabs.com
Octasolution.com
Omunileague.org
Onewayseolinks.com
OnHandRecipes.com
Palacavicchi.com
PalmBeachFloridaTaxiLimo.com
Peregrinate.com
Peregrination.com
PineappleShapedLamps.org
PJFW.net
Poker-Casino-Game.com
Politicalusa.com
Portsmouthmfa.org
PrivateerInternational.com
RaleighIndian.com
RedDeerFitness.com
RemnantFire.net
Ressoft.com
riocrossinghoa.com
RubySalt.net
SaintLouisOfficeFurniture.com
saneinetwork.net
saporem.com
sarswatch.org
SellingJesus.com
Selockey.com
SewerDamage.com
SharedWarehouse.com
SoftDime.com
SuccessClothing.com
tedxyse.com
TheCommentFactory.com
TheLizardoFoz.com
TheThoughtThatCounts.com
TipShop.com
toliveandeatinla.com
TooGeekTobeTrue.com
TopKetogenicDiet.com
Topludava.com
TuffWheelRestoration.com
Tuscanyitalianky.com
TVPrint.com
TVSources.com
UrbanEmploy.com
Vanify.me
ViralSurf.info
VirtualLegacy.com
VisitZooParks.com
WhatsUpFinland.org
WordsForWeed.com
Wylde.info
Zabisco.com

Namejet Auction

Hippoe.com       People will think Hippo or Battlecats character of the same name

RodentTrap.com     Tons of ads for the product and everyone hates rodents      6 bids

RiskFreeTrial.com  Risk free my ass.  You’re going to bill me for shipping and monthly renewal until I remember to cancel it

ShortStories.com  My favorite name on the board.  Then again, I love short stories

Pennie.com   Girls name.  A girls name get good prices

Revelo.com  Reveal in Latin.  I think.  I took entomology but I figured its close enough to etymology that I should know word meanings as well as bugs

BumpIt.com   See these silly things on TV ads

55115.com  the low amount of bids shows that 5N have fallen out of favor with everyone but the Chinese.

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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1 comment

  1. Ategy

    Pricing my domains is probably my biggest roadblock at this point … even worse … I think I’m just informed enough to know that as you said .. pretty much everyone pulls a price out of their ass! lol

    Super hard to find the balance between not underselling / leaving money on the table vs actually selling your domain because someone didn’t find it too expensive!

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