Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

Dec 20 2017

Escrow.com

Chasing.  It’s human nature to chase what’s hot.  To take advice from those that have been successful to try and emulate it.  Yet when you look closely, most things that proved incredibly profitable or amazing were done by people the did their own thing.   Stuck to things that others said were stupid or a waste of time.  The great personalities that you remember on TV were not like anyone else.  They were their own person.  They didn’t try and do something like someone else.  They could have probably gotten more work early by filling a certain role.  But in the long run they created their own work.   People that are doing things different than everyone else are rare.  Rare people are either called eccentric or brilliant.

People have a desire for rare.  Often the rare has no more functionality or purpose than other things more common. It’s worth more for no other reason than not many other people have it.  All you have to do is convince enough people that its special enough to want and a market is born.  The Road Runner was a considered an ugly car. So ugly it didn’t sell very well when it came out. But that ugliness and rarity made it the most coveted vehicle 30 years later.   In short, everyone wants to feel like they own something someone else can’t have.  Rare in this case gives it more value

So where am I headed with this?  All domains are by definition unique.  But not all are rare or in demand.  In order to make the great money in the future you either have to deal in rare or get ahead of names that will catch fire later.  You don’t always have to listen to others on how to make money.  Come up with your own way.  Create a way to buy and sell domains.  Some will say there’s nothing new to be done.  Someone who is about to become wealthy will prove that is not true.  In short, don’t become the next Drew Rosener, become the next you. Although Drew is doing pretty well. Hell, I don’t know what I’m talking about. Just keep at it. Buy some crypto names.  Here are today’s names. They don’t work if you don’t click on them

 

Quote of the Day:    “I like fishing. Not because I like to fish. But because I can get away from all the people that aren’t fishing” -A friend of mine. 

Domain of the Day:  BJ88.com  Probably doing better than you though.  BJ is for Beijing and 88 is well 88.  Great name for China

Portfolio Of The Day:   Big list of Crypto Names.  No bidders at $1  CryptoBuffer.com, BuyYourCoin.com, and more

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

PaybyBit.com   Sitting a less than the price of a lite coin.   8 more crypto names come with it

ABTN.com  22 year old LLLL.com

DEHO.com   The CVCV market has stabilized after skyrocketing early this year

 NewsUnit.com   You’re in a high point for news.  More people interested in the news than any other time besides war time.  No bids

BuyMyName.com   Really nice name for our industry. No bids

DateRoom.com   Perfect name for that tinder like app or Match.com site. 2 bids

BullTerrier.com  Met reserve and will sell

Pax.net  Thousands of uses for this one.  One of the few .net that holds it own

Amandas.com  Met reserve.  The plural has a lot of value because businesses are often named in the possessive form.  I sounded smart there

Tokenbot.com  Oh boy.  A crypto name.  Its worth one BTC. Because everyone who owns one starts at 1 or two bitcoin

TheCoinClub.com   Reserve is under $500

FileFresh.com   Organizational name.  BIN at $99

Steem.com   It’s a crypto coin.  Trading at $2.88

VisitMyCity.com   Also at $99 BIN

GoodBlock.com  Love this one.  But reserve is pretty strong

Music.io   Strong .io up for sale.  Internet is built on cat pictures, memes, and music

LegalNeed.com  4 bidders, no reserve.  1999 birthday

The-Milkman.com  No value other than he’s your Dad

RedTowel.com  No bidders.  Easy logo

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

360coin.com   The Chinese like 360 names because of what is represents.  Everything

Gost.com  Top price on the GD board today

SkiAndSnowboard.com   You have the hill covered with this one.  20 years old

Lunet.com   Nice 5L but price has moved it into the very nice category

SmartClasses.com    Online education names have a lot of potential.  Big money grab in online education

HoneyGlazed.com   at $150 at press time.  Also how I like my Ham

Songstress.com   What every girl online thinks they are.  Getting more bids than I thought it would

Zakiya.com   Muslim female name

PotAndPantry.com    Nice name for selling household goods.  Or pot

TheSongLyrics.com  Evidently there is still money in Song Lyrics

DFLG.com and DFLR.com    Two very nice LLLL.com    All good letters and for both Western and Asia.  And both likely to hit 4 figures

CYWC.com   I like this one more than the above because of the C at the end for Corporation

LSCX.com   A lot of really strong LLLL.com.  If that’s you thing

RightMinded.com    Republican blog or site.  Or just someone who is left handed

BMAB.com   Good value under $450 IMO

88dr.com   88 always does well in short names but not as good as the domain of the day

ffbsc.org   954,000 backlinks can’t be a bad thing

Econutrition.com    “Eat good and still eat well”  How’s that for a free slogan

PressLab.com   “Because good publicity is a science”    I think I found my new job

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

TinyPetals.com  Cute kid or baby name.  No bids at $12

Flunkd.com   Good name for that guy that didn’t well in school but has still done very well

GiantGrow.com  Canna growing operation?

Godaddy Names With Bids

122fx.com

Bitcoinz.com 
1push.com
2squared.com
535653.com
535659.com
94tm.com
ARH.net
Assumer.com
AugustaCondos.com
BridgeAce.com
BronxCars.com
BusinessDefense.com
BXCF.net
CarSeatData.org
CBFB.net
CERJ.com
CoachingConnection.com
CSSHeroes.com
Dedelu.com
DesignersList.com
DivagoneDomestic.com
Dooo.net
FabulousTravel.com
Fawri.com
FreeBitcoinYour.com
Fulvous.com
GM2j.com
GoVome.com
GranvilleOhioOnline.com
IBQF.com
InvestingStrategy.com
JAQN.com
JerusalemPlus.com
JXBU.com
LabRescueNC.org
Laminant.com
LosAngelesHospitals.com
LoungeLobby.com
Meisiyo.com
MTLX.net
NEIS.net
ORQK.com
OXRJ.com
PardesiFashions.com
ProgCloud.com
QXSX.net
RockTourism.com
RomeCafes.com
RXMO.com
SeahorseRestaurant.net
Sephis.org
SoGrand.com
SpringBeerfest.com
SteakTime.com
Tatse.com
TheShamSband.com
TheTaskLab.com
ThinkPhotoGraphics.com
TiptonHurst.co
TollCoins.com
TwinTiers.com
UnloadYour401k.com
UrbanDesignMafia.com
Visitea.com
VisitingDental.com
Waltonian.com
WeBrains.com
WordPressWebsites.com
WSOP.biz
XJOV.com
Yovo.net

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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4 comments

  1. Ategy

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    My homeroom teacher throughout high school once told my mom I was “eccentric” .. to this day I’m not sure if he meant it as a compliment or an insult .. looking back I’m thinking it was probably meant to be both! lol
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    As for uniqueness of domains .. that’s a really interesting topic. Because each certainly is technically .. at the same time they can be grouped and classed together. More importantly .. once you get into multiple word domains, even if they are still technically “unique”, some are certainly replaceable by virtually equal domains. Just as a very basic idea of what I mean: YummyFood.com could easily be replaced by TastyFood.com .. one of the many many keys to domaining is to find good value domains with as few such “alternates” as possible. On the other side of things however .. is that fact that simply because some domains might be unique, in no way means they have any value. So much art and so much science when it comes to domaining .. that’s why it’s both so great and so frustrating at times! 🙂


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      ShaneCultra

      Ategy. I think your teacher was most likely right. 🙂 But eccentric people generally succeed in their passion. Although they
      tend to struggle socially, I don’t see that with you verbally 🙂 But who cares. You know the hand you were genetically given and you’re running with it.

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