Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday July 21st

Jul 21 2017

Escrow.com

 

There is so much good and so much bad that come from crowd investigations.  The thread at Namepros has some great info but the other 95% is complete garbage with nothing other than personal guessing and emotion.  Garbage that offers nothing to the situation.  Yes, everyone should be upset if its proven there was collusion.  But I hate all the “I think this guy is bad and this guy associates himself with that guy so he is bad too”   At some point we have to trust. But its naive to think most people know what the other does when he/she is not working with you.  If they don’t do it in front of you or tell you about it you just don’t know until someone tells you or shows you.

Another thing that bothers me are the people that say one thing and do differently.   One person on the thread is saying that our industry is a bunch of asses but he too had a business partner bid on a name he owned.  They said it was a case of the partner wanted the name. I say, let the partner buy it from you before you put it up for auction.  It is just as wrong as everything we’re talking about. So it bothered me when he blasted the industry and people within as being crooks when the entire thread was based on an action that was similar to what happened with him.  Accident or not.  Legit or not.  It’s exactly what we are talking about.  Maybe it was all good and an honest mistake,  but its the appearance of impropriety that we are all trying to avoid.  I can’t have Josh, Travis, or Aaron bid on my names. Regardless of whether its in the TOS doesn’t matter.  It’s the appearance of collusion.

I know that stuff goes on and it doesn’t bother me in small doses.  Small doses are almost impossible to stop. What bothers me is in big doses. On large scale.  Discussed and managed in advanced to push prices higher.  I know that people prop prices up on categories by buying names.  6N, 5N, LLLL.com all are purchased in large quantities by big players to set comparatives.  Its a fact.  If they are willing to spend their money and buy the name then let them prop all they want.  It’s their money.  It’s happened in stocks for a century.  Those that have large assets to protect will do what it takes to keep prices high.  I’m ok with that.  The are buying.  But selling and forcing others to pay more through collusion is illegal and wrong.  Namejet has to fix it. If its proven that people knew and did nothing about it they have to leave.  I’m am not saying that this is the case.  Only a third party can investigate and give that answer.  Its the only answer customers will accept.

But I will continue to buy names during the process.  If anything I feel like more eyes are watching.  I make a living buying and selling names and Namejet provides me with this ability.  It just needs to be cleaned up so we can all continue to buy and sell comfortably.    Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day: You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you don’t trust enough”  -Frank Crane


Domain of the Day:  SmartArea.com     Come here, get smarter.  16 years old

Sedo Domains

NYF.com     New York and anything with F.  New York is a pretty big market

IPB.com     Reasonable reserve   I for International at the front. I is good because it works well in all three slots

MyAudio.com   Seems like people can go anywhere without music so that’s a market I want to be in

Texts.com   the star of the Sedo auction this month

11.cl    Never even heard of .cl but surprised how much traffic it gets

Namejet Domains

Orchidarium.com  Only orchid lovers will know what this is without looking it up.  If you’ve never been its worth going. And its not those fake painted ones at the grocery store.   1995 domain

Divider.com    Almost everything lately.   Especially politics.   Reserve will keep this with the owner most likely

LSIH.com   look who the high bidders is.  Our little old friend HKDN.    We seem to like the same names. I will say that he’s never beat me on an LLLL.com but he always guides me to the reserve

WeedBuilding.com   I would like the plural better.  Finding warehouses here in Colorado is tough because of all the weed cultivation.

Toolu.com  Brandbucket type name

Weddings.io  We still doing dot IO because I know we’re still doing weddings.  A lot of people are doing more than one

Ditan.com    The kind of 5Ls I like if I can get them cheap enough

SocialTargeting.com   One of the few times that targeting is good

RemoteVault.com  Remote bitcoin wallet.  No bids

PurpleScorpion.com   1999 with no bids

 

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

HowToBlockchain.com    Most of the world has no idea what blockchain is

PlanetOnline.com   27,500 backlinks and 20 years old

PassionParty.com     I’m not allowed to go to these anymore.  1999 domain

CellStock.com     Upgrade name for a few companies

TransferPlus.com   Title company all the way

RatedM.com   for Mature

YQRX.com  and ZNCC.com  Two LLLL that are created differently.  RX saves the left but neither is a good Western name.  The right is a far better name IMO

Xupen.com   I have no idea why its this high.  You tell me

LowCostSeo.com   I am always wrong about brands that claim low cost, cheap.  I think they sound like lesser quality but turns out that people are drawn to it

EmpireInk.com    Feels like tattoo shop in a big city

Digitum.com   Reminds people of digital

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids 

FinCrypt.com Fintech meets crypto currency

FunderBlog.com Find out who got funded

Harzite.com Originally registered in 1998. Only 898 results so you can own Google results

TrafficGrowth.com The goal of every website

IslandHolidays.net Its a dot net but holiday is a word for vacation and no better vacation spot than an island

DonkeyBus.com I’ve been on this bus. It was full of ass. Not allowed to go there anymore either

TheWildBunny.com Sounds like a nice place to have a beer

Pavik.com 5L with no bids

SolarBlossom.com Good name for those solar lights that look like flowers

Xyphon.com I like X names. Everyone knows it makes the Z sound and it looks cool

Keystroker.com Most people’s worst nightmare. No bids

WickedFields.com Sounds like a Vegan ice cream shop

Ameriplant.com Canna or just normal green goods

BerryPine.com Plants and fruits make nice brands

RocksnGravel.com there are actually companies that sell just that. Myself included

rxEnergy.com The rx makes it sound like its real medicine

 

A Large Group of NNN.biz Are Up Today.  All With Bids

396.biz
397.biz
436.biz
437.biz
461.biz
462.biz
467.biz
472.biz
476.biz
481.biz
491.biz
492.biz
549.biz
582.biz

Other Domains With Bids

12m.net
1stdayschoolsuppies.com
AcademiaShowroom.com
ApartmentsFortWorth.org
ApartmentsSanAntonio.org
AuraTownHomes.com
BlackDesertBrasil.com
BlueGecko.net
BricksFans.com
BridalhHairandBeauty.com
BryanSinger.net
CableTechs.org
CCstem.org
DailyStreamz.com
DesignInstallers.com
Elevado.com
Fabbro.me
FashionJournal.biz
GeorgiaPoultrySupply.com
GoosPoos.com
GravitonInteriors.com
HeartSupportOfAmerica.org
Igikorn.com
LionheartFitness.com
LooseOfLimits.com
NicksAntiqueFarmTractors.com
NortheasternPharma.com
OurVoices.net
OZKI.com
PersonalHGHBlog.com
PizzaStar.com
PremNath.net
ProLabScience.com
Quordinate.com
RadiofrequencyModule.com
ResultsUnlimited.com
robinafloors.com
RYAR.org
SanCoastal.com
SaranromClub.com
ShaverLakeChamber.com
ShawnWilliams.com
SomaliaMining.com
SparkingPassions.com
Suatasarim.com
SunValleyCam.com
SwastikaMatrimony.com
Tapestrys.org
ThaiDinerMobile.com
TheForeverInn.com
TheLotteryGames.com
Rrenajori.com
TricksHeaven.com
TripnTrek.com
Turmeric.net
TZUH.com
UOHQ.com
VentureRun.com
Vlipz.com
WeldonWorldwide.com
WestUnited.com
WolverineComics.net
XCUR.com
YardHaunter.com
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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6 comments

  1. R P

    You make a living buying and selling domains? Every other post you state you do this for extra income. Don’t you make a living from your nursery? I’m so confused.

      1. R P

        Thank you for the clarification. Please understand that as a reader I can’t read between your lines. I read what you actually write.

  2. Koosah

    You forgot to mention that the guy you’re talking about has been in the industry for 20 years. He would appreciate me mentioning this.

  3. Mike

    You may want to change your title. Today is Friday, July 21st 2017 ( not Tuesday as your title says) but maybe you are doing a historical look at auctions from Tuesday, July 21st in 2015.

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