Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 11th, 2017

Oct 11 2017

Escrow.com

It’s not that I dislike dot club.  I’ve been called a dot club hater but it’s just not true.  I make money buy and selling domains and it’s simply the fact I have not seen anyone sell a dot club but the registry itself.

As a businessman I respect the owners of the string.  They have run a good campaign.  My view is merely as a domain investor, not as a business needing a domain.  I question the real sale prices of names sold early and feel it was a publicity trade but lets pretend they were real.  Either way its been good for the registry.   For domain investors its been nothing.  While I imagine there has to be a resale of a .club somewhere, they have been virtually non existent.  That doesn’t make the string bad.  Quite the contrary.  Use trumps all.  And use eventually creates a secondary market.  The time and money necessary has been put in to make .club one of the best new strings.  But being the best of the new gTLDs doesn’t translate to profits in the resale market.    Until that happens I’m certainly not tying up my money* waiting for something to happen. Much more liquidity in dot.com

Anyone else have luck flipping dot club names to prove my above statements are completely wrong?

*I own two LLL.club that have a lot of dust on them

Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day:   “Your grave has two dates and a dash on it.  Make it a great dash”  -Unknown

Domain of the Day:   PayAttention.com   You should, you really should

Namejet  and Sedo Names at Auction

ICOSpotlight.com    ICO are the hottest thing going right now.  Here is the perfect name to showcase them

4052.com    Don’t get many opportunities any more to buy a NNNN.com

NKN.com   A dream pattern for the Chinese and the price shows it

Cryptosite.com   At $25 at press time.  Crypto, that’s usually enough right now

Processed.com    Food, money, payments

31L.com    NNL is worth at least $3K IMO.  We’ll see if I’m correct

Benzyl.com  Science name but I like it as a tech name

SmallWallet.com  Bitcoin gave all wallet names value

NoodleRecipe.com   Makes me think of Master of None.  Actually that was pasta now that I think of it

CherryJuice.com   The darker the cherry, the sweeter the juice.  Or something like that

GreenWise.com   Green and native is just as big as bitcoin to the environmental world

Label.io   18 bids already on this one

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

 

UltimateDance.com  Sounds like a dance show.   Or a straight to tv movie

DirectRoot.com  1997 birthday.  Sounds technical and all silicon valleyish

BreedingDogs.com    All in the name.  Get your pre packaged puppy mill

iBikini.com  Not a big i fan but many are and most people like girls in bikinis….heathens

MySpices.com   Just in case you didn’t know.  An herb is the leaf of the plant. The rest of it is a spice

PP3.com Getting some great bids. Short and the double P. You might be surprised by the price

WUXE.com Get a CVCV for under $2K

LWGN.comYRBS.com and GFRM.com Three good CHiPs under $500 at press time but under reserve

Ladder.net If you are going to buy a dot net, this is the quality you should be looking for

KnowMore.org   The four figure bid is based on all the backlinks and the “more you know” type campaign

LegalFly.com   Sounds like an online site that’s been around a while.

LotteryPicker.com   Picking a lottery is easy. Picking winners is the hard part.  I imagine that’s what this will do I guess

ClassicModern.com  Why not have both?

PriceValue.com   My Dad always talks about this.  The price to value is what people smart people look at. Regular people just look at price

LocalDriver.com   Although you really have no chance of getting a foreign driver. Now that I think of it you have a great chance

50787.com   The 787 is good enough for four figures

Daaj.com     The repeating vowel 4L.coms always do well at auction

FieldSports.com   Large group here. Pretty much all non court sports.

DHI.cc   Nothing has changed since yesterday.  Can’t go wrong owning a few LLL.cc

EventsMarketing.com   Nobody shows up without marketing

866199.com   Two 6s, two 9s and no 4s.  That will do it

GregOden.com   He thinks he is the biggest bust in basketball.  He’s not.  He just had legs made of balsa wood

GJAS.com   All good letters except the J. So officially not all good letters

GamblingApps.com   and all that with online gambling not being legal in the US. When it does……….

SeoSeoSeo.com   “three times what the other SEO people are doing”

stockware.com   Bitcoin gets the headlines.  Stock market still where most people are at.

JQueryRain.com   49,000 monthly visits if you believe Godaddy

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

AgriCarts.com Upgrade name for at least one company

UntraveledPath.com I usually stay safe on the major paths but I do like to take the road less traveled when I’m feeling spunky. No bids. 17 years old

Rondax.com Decent sounds 6L for $12

NoSkillsRequired.com The title of the ad for Quarterback of the Cleveland Browns

RootPulse.com Not as good as the root name above but this one is at $12

DevilsPocket.com I’m not sure why I like this one so much. Sounds like a bad ass bitcoin wallet

 

Other Domains With Bids

128221.com
ADBasics.com
AlexanderHamiltonHouse.com
AlnsrNews.com
Axago.com
BestHoverboardReviews.com
BlogsDB.com
BrowseAble.com
CalgaryBroomBall.com
CasaRuralPetra.com
ComicScripts.com
CookTasteEat.com
CPRCertificationOnlineClasses.com
DandaGuaranteedAutoSales.com
DavidLevineCaricatures.com
DesignFluxTech.com
ErinMargOlin.com
Football-Jerseys.org
FSLN.net
FutureOfNursingAZcom
HauteCakes.com
HREF.ws
IAXV.com
iHindu.com
JewishFoods.org
KeelingsKrafts.com
KPLX.net
LAShadas.com
Mcafee16.com
MoneyBuddies.net
MonsterMaticApp.com
montanas2002.org
MyBgccc.org
NewsBroadcastNetwork.com
PhiphiIslandTour.com
PhysicsGamesBox.com
Preli.com
RBNPpress.info
ReviewedWeb.com
RoswellApartments.com
SafeDoggie.com
Sarox.com
Sconference.org
SeatingMGR.com
SignalCrypt.com
SlayerIndustries.com
SquirrelHost.com
tech4idiots.org
TeethGeek.com
TheHomeRemodelingCenter.net
ThemedHealth.com
TheSecondGlass.com
TJRA.org
TrainingFilm.com
Unwritten.org
v-mod.com
Verdada.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 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 comment

  1. Blockchain.link

    “I question the real sale prices of names sold early and feel it was a publicity trade but lets pretend they were real. Either way its been good for the registry.”

    I do too Shane. Are we supposed to believe all these registry reported sales for 5 figures?

    I am doubtful that these are real sales. If they are real, why haven’t we see more private sales?

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