Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday April 19th, 2019

Apr 19 2019

Escrow.com

Here was one of the first posts I wrote 9 years ago.   “10 Domaining Tips” .   And the crazy part is a lot of it is still true. Some of it has aged pretty poorly though

1.  Do you own due diligence.  Experienced domainers don’t mind answering questions but 95% of what you need to know is already on the net.  It takes time to go through it all but it is certainly out there.  Before you take any action, do some homework and THEN do it.  Yep, still true

2.  Buy and sell dot coms. Develop other TLDs.  You want to lose money in domaining?  Buy the new tlds and you are on your way. Wish I would have followed my own advice.  Saved me a ton on the .ws thing

3.  Don’t burn your bridges.  This is the case for all business people.  Problems will arise, people will be asses,  but letting them know exactly how you feel only makes YOU feel better. You’re going to learn something in everything you do.   Even if it’s how NOT to do something.  Many times I’ve looked back and realized I may have actually been the one at fault due to my lack of patience, experience, or knowledge and at the time I reacted incorrectly.  Unless somebody’s taken your money the best thing is to just walk away, smile and say it’s best we end our business relationship.  Been true for thousands of years

4.  Finish one thing and move on.  Biggest problem in domaining.  Everyone is trying to scale.  Even Rob at Epik will admit that he has to take a step back and finish what he’s started.  What’s the good of having 20 things going on and all of them are done half way or half assed.     Easier to say than do and didn’t see the conspiracy racist in Rob back then 

5. If you bought the domain for $50, congratulations you have a $25 domain.  Those that think a domain they recently purchased under $100 is worth more than the purchase price most likely are deceiving themselves.

6.  When you develop a domain do it different.  Use your content, your picture, your ideas.  If you have any chance of getting it to the top of search engines you are going to need have different content. Google hates duplicate content so don’t duplicate.  Good things take time and you’ll make more money with one original site than you will with 10 cut and paste sites.

7. Watch and learn.  You want to learn? Watch Morgan Linton’s new daily show.  You can ask any question you have and someone will answer it.  If not on the show in the peanut gallery.     Morgan threw a lot of darts over the years. Some worked, some didn’t.  Nobody will ever be able to say he didn’t try things.  Or that he hasn’t tried everything 🙂  

8.  Traffic dictates the value of your domain.  Small number of uniques doesn’t necessarily mean it’s worthless but there is a bottom limit that is acceptable.  With no development a domain needs to get at least 30 uniques a month to have decent value in my opinion.  Even my 5 letter names that have no true meaning get at least this.  There are billions of people in the world and you can’t get 30 uniques a month?  Ahhh with development it will be worth something.  Then you have a WEBSITE worth something, the name is still worth squat.   Ha.  Traffic

9.  Get your name out there.  You want to buy and sell domains? Meet others that do as well.  Be known for something.  Of course don’t be known for spamming comment sections but if you have a niche, let people know what that is and you’ll be surprised how many people will help you out.  If there is a 5L or garden domain available somewhere my email is always full letting me know where they are.    The community is a friendly community but you have to be a part. Help others find their niche names in return

10.  Be timely.  Answer your emails quickly.  People really appreciate a quick response.  The common excuse is “I get so many emails it takes me time to respond”.  My response is, if that many people want to get in touch with you then it’s your job to get staff to respond to the inquiries.  In all that junk mail are real people that want to give you money.  Take it.

 

Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on.

 

Domain of the Day:  HomeLoanCenter.com   Affiliate and lead gen super site ready and waiting

Quote of the Day:”Everyone you meet always asks if you have a career, are married, or own a house as if life was some kind of grocery list. But no one ever asks you if you are happy”   -Heath Ledger

 

 Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

FinanceStrategy.com   19 years old.  $7 CPC for the term.    Reserve is $1

Mups.com  Met reserve and this amazing name is going to sell.  Just kidding.  I don’t own a single Mum

2895.com    Love the name, not a fan of the reserve

EndResult.com   What really matters.  No reserve

SEMX.com   1996 domains.  Another with no reserve

MarketGourmet.com  Sounds like a frozen food but a great brand .  22 years old

HouseCleaners.com  Might be worth the reserve.  Pretty big name

SRWA.com  Listed with no reserve. A for association

PrisonFood.com   Worst cooking show ever……or maybe the most fun

Kooplo.com  Kool looking brand with no bids

Presale.com  First name to hit reserve in the Sedo auction

ZBO.com  This one will make reserve 100% guaranteed

PYMP.com  More Pie mp than Pimp but somebody likes it

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

RatePoint.com  This one on the other hand is being bid up for the backlinks

Tarpy.com   It’s where I get all my tarps

JustANumber.com   Age is and so is your ACT score

UnitedStatesNews.com  If you don’t buy it the Russians will and they’ll set up a fake news site.  So do your civil duty and buy it

CryptoPoint.com  This name is on point

Wojie.com   It’s a nice 5L but these prices are starting to get pretty high.  A big ramp up in the good pronounceables over the last year

Isria.com Same here but some history and backlinks to help boost problem

379000.com  Per usual, one of the top names is a good round numeric

OCXC.com  There was a period of time I was buying LLLL.com that ended in XC for Cross Country.  It paid off well during the Chinese LLLL.com invasion when I sold most of them

SiteApps.com  I see this more for a builder of apps than a directory. Of course I hate directory names so anything but

EasyHtml.com   21 year old name.  From back when people asked if you knew HTML.  Haven’t heard that in a decade

InterShield.com  Sounds like a company in a Super Hero movie

GoHaul.com   When you don’t want to buy a UHaul franchise

BambooShoots.com   Millions of people eat them

Selectex.com      Exudes that someone already selected the very best.  Probably didn’t but as long as customers think it

Tembra.com   means nothing to me but sounds like a nice brand

TheGreenLife.org  You’ll know they’re living the green life because they’ll tell you right out of the gate

WindsorClub.com  Every town has a Windsor Club

 

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

HikeTheWest.com     Marketing name for hiking or travel company

GoldCoach.com   Sounds like a luxurious brand

Knoweth.com   Classy, old fashioned, source of info

CheapBackup.com  Because security shouldn’t cost too much

AdultMovies.org   Doesn’t sound as dirty when you say it this way

FullYolo.com     Says it all.  Living the You Only Live Once lifestyle

Jarba.com  5L with no bids

ExtraLane.com   Exudes the fast lane.  More room

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

QEIP.com has one of the best domain sales newsletters in the biz.  Also taking listings of high quality 

101SweetPastry.com
1Korea.com
617877.com
677706.com
692966.com
6Lawrence.com
81438.com
888Lamian.com
ACAInternetmarketing.com
AFToys.com
Ahoolly.com
AirChiefRadios.com
Airfilter-Media.com
Alcoamb.org
AlgerianTourism.com
AlleganyMuseumMD.org
Anchana.com
AndreaBocchio.com
Arsvp.com
BennettAndButler.com
BogWig.com
bravi-vrati.com
BuyerLogic.com
CannabisLegAle.org
Aareyott.com
Cekme.com
Claudiasblog.net
Click4Carbon.com
ClickPhotographer.com
CPUForum.com
CureSweatyPalms.com
Dizustu.com
Ehtihad.com
Ellishua.com
Encopy.com
eSportsMC.com
Famacero.com
Fenglianlsbz.com
GetLimos.com
GoldenRuleHealth.com
GoxPlanet.com
GrainAissance.com
GreenTask.com
GuardYou.com
Gviuns.com
HarveysTahoeWeddings.com
HolisticHouseLasvegas.com
HYLYOil.com
ibayer.com
JazzHorn.com
jclinbioinformatics.com
JNLich.com
Jotaefe.com
Jylls.com
Kagyu-asia.com
KJGF.com
Korinyc.com
LaurellLnksCC.com
LindaSpaces.com
Listics.com
losautenticosdecadentes.com
LPVT.com
Lyfate.com
Mabisf.com
MiteMid3.com
MyStockLogo.com
Nakur.com
NationalReviewOfMedicine.com
Navibar.com
NewsBasis.com
nyc-atheists.org
OJMO.com
OklahomaShuttle.com
Paxwgy.com
Pet2.com
PhoneGurus.com
PointLabs.com
ProjectShanks.com
ProtectMeFirst.com
Rawxies.com
Rosnerchiro.com
Scaffold.org
SexMobi.com
Shguigang.com
SouthCountyBalloonFest.com
SparkNetwork.com
sqltv.com
Tenkartech.com
TextSearch.com
Thebild.org
ThePeoplesGames.com
TransportSpecialist.com
VectorTemplates.com
vic2fish.com
VipToy.com
VotersChoose.com
VPNMD.com
VTVX.com
Weegoo.com
WickedWholeFoods.com
WowWorking.com
wzsanyuan.com
Xisss.com
YooloSports.com
Yudanbaby.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We 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 us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both 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. Travis M.

      Haha – Moops. I saw an article yesterday saying that they may have found a cure for the “Bubble Boy” disease.

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