Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday August 23rd, 2019

Escrow.com

I brought up two questions on twitter yesterday. One, why would a domain investor want privacy on their domain names? Only two answers that came back were legit. One. If you are trying to acquire names that are singular/plural or near versions of a certain name. You don’t want to tip people off. Two, to avoid spam. I understand the spam part but its a pretty fair trade off to enable people to easily make offers on your name. A store on a busy street draws more lookers and people that don’t buy, but its worth it for the added foot traffic IMO. But I also understand that if you put a lander on the domain name then who cares if you have privacy.

My second tweet stated that if you are going to call yourself an “expert” in domain investing and write and advise others, you should feel comfortable posting your top names. At least your top 25. If you can’t produce 25 good names you can’t be an expert. Unless you sold your 25 good names and are resting on the big bankroll from the sales.

Andrew Alleman called me out (not in an offensive way) so I posted a few of my favorite names. I’ve been doing it for 10 years, I better have a decent portfolio. It’s not as good as many but I do this on the side and am not able to put the time in to be at the top of the game. But I’m happy with it and feel I could stop now and get a quarter of a million dollars at auction. Not a pretend number that someone would offer, but liquid cash. It took me a while to get it right but all my names over the last 3 years are names I could turn around and sell. Maybe not for the same as I paid for them but that minus commission. And all of them have become more valuable with time. Good names purchased in the past are worth more. Even my LLLL.com. Especially the ones I bought in Jan Feb. All worth double. To me that says a lot about your names. While I appreciate all the tweet responses from others showing their top names, there were a large majority that would receive no bids at auction. Nobody would bid $69 on them at Namejet. That’s not where you want to be with your top 10. And yes we all have names that sell for good money that wouldn’t get a bid at auction. But those are your fill not your best.

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Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

WebRealty.com Online is where all the action happens in the search process now. 1995 name

SpiralWave.com 23 year old brand

Cilio.com Upgrade name for a few dozen companies

Zedot.com 5L with only two bidders at press time

Volunteer.cc Dot cc is a hard sell but they do sell. Has to be a one word like this though

WeveMoved.com Not sure how to use this but certainly memorable and a term you see all the time on a door

VIPMoney.com VIP money is big money

Fawad.com Pakastani name and I’m sure a few other Middle Eastern countries as well

XIJ.com Reserve is below $25K for this one. More Chinese than Western

Appco.com Met reserve at $1700. It will probably do well because a lot of bidders above $1300

LOMN.com Good letters, no reserve

Porphy.com Doesn’t mean anything to me but no bids at $79 and semi short

Geggs.com Another one, although the spellcheck is going to put “eggs” in it every time

UnTatt.com Get rid of those Chinese symbols that spell “Flowery Rat” instead of “Peace and Love”. No bids

Feather.io Strong dot io. Has a nice first bid

QPNO.com No bids and a $100 reserve. Worth $100

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

CryptoStreet.com Somebody will spend some bitcoin on this

Danger.co This is my middle name

HWHC.com Great letters, ends in C. That’s enough for me

CountryBakery.com Dozens of places that already have this name and probably more to come

Jigsaw.net I saw this and hoped nobody would want the .net. Wrong

66776.com Good enough pattern that even I pay attention

Blocks.co Blockchain name and yes I still hate dot co. But I’m smart enough to know I can sell some to people that like it

ProjectSelf.com Because sometimes you have to give a little you time

SUVDeals.com Because nobody is buying cars

CanadianSecurities.com Already at $2K. I never underestimate financial names. Good name for a billion dollar company

StashApp.com cash app is doing well so maybe StashApp isn’t too bad

Speculate.org Not sure this is a good fit for dot org but worth looking at

TheDiff.com Memorable and under $100. One of the 3 brand sites may take it

Mojama.com If you haven’t had some of this salty tuna you’re missing out

MyDreamCloset.com I passed on this originally and then googled it and saw all the results. People love their closets

Baart.com The name of a type of drug treatment. Godaddy highly values it

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

CreativeLevel.com

FleetPal.com

Dicycle.com

SwarmChain.com

SeatStorm.com

CrappyToHappy.com

RareFrontier.com

WinnerWater.com

NameGenerator.org

MintGo.com

Shizzler.com

Panteq.com

UKLeaf.com


The Other Godaddy Domains with Bids

024qu.com
100000q.com
1370.cc
206hd.com
838867.com
898872.com
92658.com
Acedb.org
AlibarBours.co
Aotca.org
ArtHammer.com
atlazbooks.com
axstxt.com
BarterDeals.com
Beistm.com
Boooya.com
BroadStreetRealty.com
Caesar.co
CafeNola.com
Calibrium.com
Cannes.co
Citecma.com
ClickOnBookmark.com
Cliktech.com
CrackMan.com
CrazyOnTap.com
DottysDiner.com
Dubdrops.com
EleganceShop.com
FakePix.com
FazeClanStore.com
FeedSupplies.com
FinanceTubes.com
FlexTour.com
FoHealth.com
gaoxiaoyixia.com
GearMax.com
GerberLaw.com
GigVine.com
GToil.com
HIE.co
HijackingCatastrophe.org
hikayeci.com
HOV.co
ht605.com
huanshutech.com
IconTroller.com
IDH.co
IndThemes.com
IUSZ.com
JackRussellPuppies.com
JustsUp.com
Kennel.co
KMKT.com
LansLLC.com
LavaChat.com
LeafyShirts.com
LeihuaTrade.com
LigonierTavern.com
MiPropiedad.com
mx247.com
NewDay.co
NIH.co
Paycek.com
pdfgeni.com
PelikanCam.com
Postal.co
PSH.org
PublicKitchenProvidence.com
Qienergy.com
qq562.com
RankBrain.com
Saddle.co
SanfranciscoCode.org
SharePC.com
SHH.co
SnTech.com
SocialStreams.com
SopranoLand.com
SSRR.org
Stelleon.com
StevesCamaroParts.com
Synalogy.com
szjiyin.com
TeachMeOnline.com
TheConfab.com
thetajindianrestaurant.com
ThriftyCraftyGirl.com
Trauma.co
Trophs.com
txmidwesteye.com
USFClass.com
UTH.co
VisualTrust.com
WalletKit.com
Where2Conf.com
ZRBanking.com





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4 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday August 23rd, 2019”

  1. I know you said I didn’t call you out in an offensive way, but just to be clear, I was genuinely interested in seeing your current top 10 list. You’ve shared some before (including on my podcast) and I was curious if there were new ones.

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