Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 25th, 2017

Oct 25 2017


I really can’t say enough about Uniregistry’s team of brokers.  I haven’t sold a name from a past lead but I can see in the notes all the work they put in to communication and negotiation.  I am sure in due time they will sell a name for me.  I mentioned it before but I work my own initial leads.  I probably have the same rate as everyone else.  Five percent or so.  But then there are the 95% that give no offers that I don’t mess with or negotiations go south.  I don’t take the time to go back to any of them.  So I hand them over.  And Uniregistry through all of them. Small or large.  I can see them all and its impressive. Of course its a good size team and they’re looking to earn their 15%.    A reader yesterday emailed me and said he had read this intro about turning over the old leads so he did.  And Uniregistry sold a name for a few grand within 10 days.  A name he didn’t think he would sell.  And this is not an advertisement.  Uniregistry gave up advertising here long ago.  This is merely a recommendation that I think will help our readers sell names.

Also,  I used to get upset when I saw names for sale at auction with extremely high reserves.  And then I realized they are just using the platform for publicity. I realized this after a few emails thanking me for listing their names.  Names that I thought had zero chance of selling at the reserve.  Except they had no plans to sell them at reserve.  The reserve would be lowered if they were at a house that allowed it like Flippa, or they would sell it privately later.   And they did.   Several times over.  Its a method I really hadn’t thought of.  Mainly because I didn’t want to cheat the auction houses.  But when it comes to simply thinking about selling domains it makes sense.  You can’t sell a name unless people know its for sale.  Once that is established, the only thing left is price.  And that can be adjusted. Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day: “The amount of sleep required by the average person is five minutes more.” – Wilson Mizener

Domain of the Day: Online businesses like to use the word Bright in their names. Coin speaks for itself. No bidders at $20

Portfolio of the Day:,,  and many others 

Namejet  and Sedo Names at Auction    Great name for a restaurant or food store.    Reserve seems like it will get hit if its in the middle of the range   Speaking of not hitting reserve but now everyone knows its for sale   I would have rather had Palm Reader but this one does essentially the same thing. Scams you out of your money.  The reading, not the domain  There is a reason why you can sell a mattress for thousands of dollars.  A good night sleep is a precious thing. No bids at $20    The attic is the new basement.  Remodel it and call immediately change the name from attic to “Bonus Room” No bids at $1   Crypocoin has value in and tld and TV actually works well for a pod or vlogcast   I thought this was the name of the Truck Stops.  That’s just Pilot.  I like this one better  Only 7 bids but somebody really wants this one.  It IS is a nice sounding name   Not sure how it gets any easier than Kuerig or Starbucks Informal word in Spanish for “free”   Great name.  Four figure name at some point IMO.  But its a pending delete so put your bids in everywhere   Great generic name for a gutter protector.  No bids    “Find out what’s going on at”   The best kind of beauty  Not sure what you would use it for but I like it because its easy to remember and spell   Where you store your inner body.  Take it out of storage  Means “to download” in Spanish.    Has the traffic you would expect

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids  Very popular Spanish and African American name. I would buy it for a friend if it hadn’t gotten so expensive   With the recent purchase and rebranding of Coach company to this one certainly rose in value    1998 domain with good letters   Looks like all the bids are for the backlinks and history on this former security based company     Aged domain.   Find out what kind of dessert your business is with one of our test.  Or could be more serious    Medical marijuana is a good business to be in right now and this name exemplifies it   More great letters for a reasonable price    Says exactly what it does.  Always a good start   One of the better home protection names that’s come up for auction in a while   You laugh but there is such a thing.  It started with the lemon diet and then someone made something of it    The double M is getting some bids


Godaddy Names With One or No Bids 1998 name. Not a ton of value but there is a ton of money in Vail and the branding of Vail 1999 birthdate. Tough sounding brand with no bids at press time The .org makes it sound like you aren’t making tons of affiliate money on the leads Catch a ride on a jet or move you stuff with one Hard to believe this one doesn’t have a bid with all the anticulture movements. If its wrong then why is KNOW right? Sounds like something that would be open course or crowd based. No bids at $12 Its a thing, could be a brand. Either way its $12 right now Remember when I said Color+Animal is a good investment. Not always. Sometimes you can go to far Match idea people with manufacturing skills people Not sure it has a ton of value but Farm to Table is growing in popularity every year Good brand. Not everyone in the US knows what a Bento box is. Like a packed lunch by an artist Find your opponent

Other Domains With Bids

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,  or Josh . (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. Steve

    Same with me. I was going to deal with all old leads myself and then I saw the work some of them put in reaching out to the inquiries. Good efforts so I left it as is. The one thing that really bugs me about uni is the lander page that says “get a price quote”. I never want to start the price point, ever and as far as I now there is no other lander option. You should be able to create your own lander text.

    1. Jaclyn Healy

      At Uniregistry’s market, you have a choice for your landing page. If I’m not mistaken you may choose from sales form (where you will see a form to inquire or place an offer- also the only option I’ve gotten leads on), PPC with options to place affiliate links to earn commission, and a page that quotes the price.

  2. Travis M.

    I’m pretty sure that 99% of the emails that are sent out by Uniregistry brokers on your behalf are automated. Every now and then you will see one that looks somewhat customized, but most are probably generated by a system. Not that this is a bad thing. It’s the best way to send a bunch of emails asking people if they are still interested. I just don’t think they are putting a lot of work into the past lead process. I may be wrong.

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