Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday December 28th, 2018

Dec 28 2018

Escrow.com

If you ever want to see a bad example of how not to sell domains you need to go to Squarely.com  I do a lot of talking about the importance of landing pages and how to make it as easy as possible to sell names, but sometimes its easier to just show you what not to do.   Many of the domains this person has for sale are directed to this site.  And when you get there it looks like 2007 threw up all over the place and left it .  The lead in, the text above the fold,  does the opposite of tell you why a domain is of value. It’s condescending and treats the user like a 5 year old.  Playing hard ball is fine but being an ass doesn’t work unless you have 6 figure names and judging by the list of names we’re not in the ballpark, the stadium, or even the same city as a six figure name.  But there are some names that should sell.  He is just not helping himself by not making it a clean, easy to use sales page.

Let now try and put in an offer on the page.  Can’t.  There is an email address only.  There are 4235 plugins for a contact box that lets them put in an offer but you’re not going to find one here.  If they really want it they will email right? Its been proven that the more steps you make to get a sale or offer the less chance you have of making or getting one. Think that people won’t spend $2500 on an impulse buy?  Check out the names you’ve sold for $2500 and you’ll see a good percentage of them never became anything  Another problem I find with the list is I don’t find any of the names listed on Afternic.   I feel that names under $10K should be listed on Afternic because they are seen by every Godaddy user that types in similar words into the search column.  Even with the commission it leads to more sales than you would have without.  It’s not being utilized with this group of names.

So in my opinion, this is a perfect example of what you don’t want to do with your names.  More time needs to be put into sales.  The names are not of quality enough to sell themselves so effort needs to be made.  We all get caught in ruts, miss some opportunity, but you can’t set your names in the trash behind the trailer and hope that someone is going to come make an offer. Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

Quote of the Day: Truth does not change because it is, or is not, believed by a majority of the people.” – Giordano Bruno

Domain of the Day:  BestPark.com      Private parking locations and app are the latest disruption.  I use them every time I park my car and its more than $5

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

LMAA.com   406,000 results for this one.  Athletic Association  Arbitration Association….and more

CAPU.com  Today’s CVCV.com.   Wouldn’t be a good Namejet list without one

EQIX.com  The price suggest people are calling this a pronounceable

MUKY.com  Same here.   “MUCKY”  would be how I would pronounce it

Tribeca.net   Such a hot place in NY that even the .net is worth thousands

KAYN.com   “Cain”  For you new line of cocaine inspired products

AmericasFinest.com    And it really doesn’t matter what product you’re going to make the finest

Equipay.com    Listed this one earlier.  Like it as a payroll service or peer to peer payments

ProCement.com    This one is suffering from Namejet’s lack of Camel Casing

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

XXVV.com   Will set a new comp for the AABB pattern.  Although V would be at the low side

Thuper.com  I giggle knowing its wrong

LocalPlumbers.com  Finding heating and air, plumbers and electricians are the big three of needing recommendations

DailyPie.com  I absolutely could eat pie every single day.  Just not sure I have the extra miles in me needed to even out the calorie intake

CrowdMortgage.com  Borrow from your neighbor

Keepu.com  I used to pick this type for $12 all day.  I bought looku, hooku, lootu, and other similar names.  Sold most of them

AskThe.com  Quoraish name

Search4.com  Would want searchfor.com eventually as well.  But this is the better of the two IMO

WTSL.com  I think these Western premium LLLL have been a good value right now.  L for league

MonsterFitness.com   We are in peak time for fitness.  Could be adult as in Fitn this in your ….

AmericanPsychotherapy.com  Age and history are giving this price a big boost

Golfsy.com   The “sy” naming convention seems to be holding strong.  At least at auction

Cartney.com  Last name so is and will continue to be a brand.  People will want to put Mc in front

FoodLover.org  I like the plural better with the .org

 

 

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

VMiller.com  A lot of V Millers in the world.  Von, Vance, Vic

BioUnit.com  Wide range of uses.  Anything tech or science

LiveCrowdfunding.com Raise money in real time

ModernTreatment.com  Exudes the best and the latest healthcare

BetCheap.com  Gambling names are going to skyrocket as sports betting is made legal nationwide

ThunderKitchen.com  Good name for a restaurant. No bids at $12

GrowYourStartup.com Ironically your startup would help others start up

ChargingClub.com  Monthly pass for for charging your EV

Wambet.com  Not a ton of value but short, easy to spell, and has bet in it

FloHealth.com    Look at Namebio and I think you’ll find enough health sales at auction to think about putting $12 in this one.  Not a recommendation just an opinion.  Please don’t buy on my opinion or you could lose all your money and have to work for minimum wage dry cleaning a Muhammed Ali robe on his wall.

The Rest of the Names With Bids

11Dragon.com
778k.com
AlpineTinyHomes.com

Anhuisyzs.com
AtileNation.com
axvxl54.com
BarnDoorBookLoft.net
CinematicWallpaper.com
CSUCauldron.com
Elisha-Cuthbert.com
Elnaasr.com
ErieSportStore.com
EuroBoutique.com
EyeDry.com
FetishXFiles.com
Finance2Business.com
FoxyDigitalis.com
FuriousFanBoys.com
Incondicionales.com
Invotronics.com
JBazellaConcrete.com
kmxwbs.com
KristyLeeCook.com
Kuaidetz.com
LastMinuteShopping.com
LCDWall.com
MicroBSE.com
Midouqutao.com
MSFire.com
MusicTap.net
NJSensor.com
NYChill.com
PencilDrawings.com
PigtailPalsBlog.com
Policies.cc
PropertyInvestmentClub.com
rd-fs.com
Sclyuav.com
Solvify.com
SpiritualAdviser.com
StandardPlus.com
Stint.org
ThankyouQuotesFor.com
TheOutsourceGroup.com
Zupaa.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
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9 comments

  1. Michael

    You mean writing “only stupid suckers buy domains other than dot com” on a website does not help your sales? What a lovely way to attract customers.

  2. Bar

    It looks like this poor guy was using Dreamweaver to embed a bunch of tables within each other but then accidentally deleted a closing tag and now it’s all in shambles.

  3. Frank

    This guy looks to have taken a page right out of the King’s playbook:

    page 1992 (the last year I had an original thought): be as much of an a$$hole as possible, regardless of whether it’s shooting yourself in the foot.

  4. Paul McMenamy

    Hi Shane. Can you list your names at both Sedo and Afternic or must you choose just one?
    Wishing you a successful time in Kenya and I pledge 10% of any January sales to your fundraising (fingers crossed!).
    Paul.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Paul,

      First of all thank you. I will be rooting for your sales more than yourself 🙂 And yes, you can list at both. Just make sure
      to keep prices the same if you put them as BIN

      1. Paul McMenamy

        Cheers Shane! I’ll be optimising each domain this weekend and really focusing on some sales results for us both this coming month.
        Best regards,
        Paul.

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