Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 4th, 2017

Oct 04 2017

Escrow.com

I highly recommend that if you use Domain Name Sales (now Uniregistry Market) for you parking and domain sales that you turn on the button that lets the Uniregistry staff work your old leads.  You have to pay for the service but is well worth it.  They really work them hard.  While I haven’t sold anything, they do generate offers.  Offers I never got before.   It’s also a learning process to see all the emails they send to drum up communication.  It really is relentless.  And relentless is what you want when someone is working for you.   I have been on the other side though and man do they keep sending emails about the name.   Undoubtedly it works because surely they have tested thousands of different emails and strategies to see which one is most effective.  I admit I find myself wording my emails differently after reading through them.   If you haven’t it on, I highly suggest you give it a try.   Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day: When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.'” – Fred Rogers 

Domain of the Day:    Cousins.com    An upgrade name for a ton of companies but begging to become an ancestry finder site. Already getting some great bids

Portfolio of the Day:  Namejet , DropCatch, and Sedo Names at Auction

BitcoinsLab.com    Solid name for a bitcoin tool.   No reserve at $30

CoinWorldwide.com   No reserve.  One bidder at $1.  Cryptocoins are certainly worldwide

BitcoinShepherd.com       round up all the bitcoin

JamesBooth.com    This should go to James Booth

TokenDrive.com    Sounds like a fintech/blockchain name.  No bidders

LawnStars.com   I am partial to lawn and landscape names but they don’t sell for a lot normally

LowInterestLoan.com   Some are just hoping to get a loan, and everyone wants the rate to be as low as possible

BrainSoap.com   Gotta clean out your head somehow

Ship.net  Officially a five figure name

DBAI.com   Dubai without the U and DB Artificial Intelligence

GONO.com   The CVCV people are going to love this one

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

PCNY.com   Has the consonants the Chinese like and the NY for New York that everyone likes

Wiztech.com   Upgrade name for several companies.  1998 Birthday

GotGirls.com   I could see this all over Vegas.  Escort company’s dream name

DiveInfo.com    I see this as a scuba diving information site.   1998 birthday as well

HomeCoaching.com    I like this market.  I own remotecoach.   I think online coaching works and tens of thousands of people are doing it

StreamFree.com   The only thing better than being able to stream something is to get it for free

GraphicsGuru.com     Become a guru with one domain purchase

4aq.com     NLL always have value

ReverseMortgageOnline.com   I used to think the world online in a domain was redundant but they sell so well I realize people don’t think it is

HealthYoga.com    Much better than slobyoga

OneCoin.org   Bring all the coins to one place.  2 bidders

VHFS.com   I think the LLLL.coms with the V at the first letter (followed by good letters) are great value right now.  Just my opinion, don’t buy based on that.  But follow

86778.com     A 5N flanked by 8s is worth at least several thousand in this market

BitCan.com   Bitcoin.  That’s enough right now

DMG.co    LLL.co continue to fetch good prices

Michael.co    Haven’t really looked up name.co domains but it looks like they are in demand

SmartDiaper.com   “Would you like a text when your kid blows his diaper out?”

SilkNote.com   Silk names took a step back when Silk Road went down but they still have fans

Paget.com   A 5L that is probably best known for the disease of the same name. But most people have never heard of it

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

EMFC.com The E gives you a discount code

LiveCanvas.com Hard to believe this has no bids. Perfect online productivity tool name

MarathonWear.com Hobby joggers like to buy specialized workout clothes. And age groupers as well

WormRanch.com Raise your red wigglers here

FitAndFast.com Solid health and fitness name for $12

CompleteLook.com I see it as a beauty name. For $12 it can be anything

Sack.tv Decent football name for $12

AlwaysWithMe.com Good marketing name for something personal

Other Domains With Bids

1999hh.com
AboutAbortions.com
ArmyInstituteOfLaw.org
AttorneyWoodSlawFirm.com
BatteryDistributor.com
Blinds-Wallpaper.net
BrabAnts.org
BraniganTurkey.com
CarInsuranceDubai.com
ClementsMarketingClients.com
ClientSideNews.com
ComforthVac.com
DataToolkit.com
DebtBootCamp.com
Elenaanaya.com
EliteProven.com
EnergyAudio.com
English-Online.com
equilibrioinformativo.com
FernandoVargas.com
FunMP4.com
GreenPoison.com
HoosierStateTrain.com
IAmCA.com
JustAboutPhones.com
LatestNewsResource.com
ListingForLess.com
lizarazak.com
LookoutMountainSchool.net
Making-History.com
MarketLocal.com
Modelistica.comm
Nudiplanet.net
OrtodoxTV.com
ourpcgame.net
Pancocon.com
PaulCotton.com
pbglifestyle.com
PetsMobility.com
Pfiesteria.org
PioneerPackersMovers.com
PipelineTechnologies.com
PKSsearch.com
PRTraits.com
PSMonopoly.com
Raznyeludi.com
RockInH.net
RRPlumber.com
SamSnoggin.com
SarahBooks.net
Secret-Touch.com
SecureMap.com
Sehirler.net
SimplyLinking.com
SKCZ.net
SoberConnect.com
SongsStream.com
Stickers.co
SwypeInc.com
Talk-Mania.com
TheLama.com
TheSequinNotebook.com
TicketsDubai.com
ToNightlife.com
Wowody.net

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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6 comments


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Konstantinos,

      I generally don’t get them myself because I never put offers on domains owned by domain investors but I have for bulldozer.com. Boy did I get bulldozed with emails 🙂 But I do like following the emails when they work my names to see what got responses. There are things to be learned by following along.

  1. Tony

    Certainly, these brokers earn their 15% over Sedo’s do nothing system but I doubt re-emailing old leads will make any profitable difference. Acquire better domains. A better portfolio is the best way to sell more. Using DSAD lists is one way to do that.

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