Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday February 1st, 2019

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One thing I didn’t mention is I believe that DSAD has now completed 3 years without missing a Daily List.  That’s over 1000 consecutive domain lists.  It actually could be longer but I know that since Josh, Travis and I have been together we have never missed a day.  I know I had missed less than ten days in the 5 years before that.   So missing 10 days in 2800 is a pretty strong percentage as well.   So regardless of what someone thinks about quality the quality of our lists and posts they have to give us some award regarding consistency.

I hadn’t had a chance to talk much about the live NamesCon auction but now that I’m home I can put a little more thought in to it.  I think it went very very well. JT and Monte did a good job.  My concern about high reserve names taking too long was unwarranted.   Some big names did sell and the overall totals were exactly what a person putting on an auction wanted.  For the most part the Namejet platform held strong without a bug which was good because I would say half of the live attendees were actually bidding online instead of with their paddles.  But there were a few opportunities to improve the auction.

  1.  Sending out the list of the names chosen for the live auction just a few hour ahead of time was a bit ridiculous IMO.  Plenty of time to get that together and get it out several days ahead
  2. If you are going to lower a reserve on a name during an auction.  Announce it.  Names like OL and Stop.com sold below auction reserve and nobody in the audience knew the reserve had been lowered.
  3. The auction was geared for the big money players.  The only lower value names were junk new Gs.  I think they could have put in a few dozen names that would have allowed some mid four figure and lower five figure people to play along

And finally.  I didn’t pay for NamesCon so I have no complaints.  I had a great time this year.  There was only one NamesCon sponsored after hours event with no other sponsored social this year.   I could be wrong but pretty sure almost all sessions were volunteers and no money went towards speakers.    For me personally, it was a fantastic event but I had lots of outside entertainment and meals that I paid for a business partner was nice enough to pick up the check. The most important part of any conference is that everyone has a great time.  And at $199 for tickets you absolutely can’t offer more than NamesCon did.  I’m merely saying that if the tickets are going to be higher in the future there will have to be additions to the conference to justify it and vice versa.  But again, overall, great time and glad to be home after being away for so long.  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD continue writing each day.

Quote of the Day: A man is not old till regret takes the place of dreams.”

Domain of the Day: LoadTrack.com   Keep an eye on your shipments

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

WriteIt.com     Good name for publishing on creative writing.  4 bids but under $50 at press time

RAJM.com   Met reserve at $180.    M for management

Straw.co   Not a big .co person but its for auction and some readers are

HelloGermany.com     Has four bids and met reserve

Yolani.com   A Sedo expiring name.  Has a bid. A name

LiveUpdate.com     You know exactly what the site is going to provide

Narm.com    Pronounceable 4L is always a nice add.   A Boston Norm

CLD.net  Reserve is under $500 so it will probably sell

LameDuck.com   My guess is this would be a political name

Squat.org  I imagine someone in our industry might want this

FUP.com   Reserve is low enough that this is probably going to sell.  Pronounceable too

Mousetrak.com    Officially this has become the most auctioned name in the history of names.  Its been up for auction over 1000 times in what seems like a decade.  Not even going to link because I want the streak to continue

 

Goddy Domains With Multiple Bids

266166.com  Most bids on the GD board today

Foodzie.com  Highest price on the GD board today.  Millennial’s are big into food

Plimsoll.com   Highest value on the board according to GD.  I didn’t even know what it was. Turns out its a shoe that mostly Brits know

HomegrownFoods.com    Exudes fresh and organic.  Even if it isn’t

BreakingGood.com  Get it. Opposite of Breaking Bad

NanoExchange.com  Nano is a crypto coin.  That’s why there are so many Google results

MyBaby.org  Nothing more precious than your baby.   And we have no problem spending on them

StrongNet.com    Good brand for something online.  Or for Adam

Havaa.com  Nice 5L.com  getting a few bids.    Ha vah

PlayCash.com   I see this one as a gambling name

FitPoints.com  Everything becomes easier when you make a game out of it

Kamisa.com  A first name

Zoper.com  Not going to get this one for $15 any more.  Into 3 figures already

FalconZero.com  Sounds techy to me

The 4L.coms

AYEZ.com

COZS.com   “Causes”.  I know, pushing it

DXMN.com

EKCV.com

KJJI.com

VGJI.com

VKTI.com

 

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

NeoMama.com  Baby mama.   Upgrade name for a few foreign companies

NineSpot.com  One bid.   The kind of name you have to have a lot of and hope that enough of them sell to pay renewals.  I think this is worth an add.   My opinion only.  Don’t buy based on it

HealthMist.com  Going to be a nasal spray

Traad.com  The kind of names that seem to sell on Brandbucket

LiquidDentist.com  Great name for a toothpaste or rinse

LimeRhino.com 100% will get taken.   I love the Spearmint Rhino

DryStation.com   A brand and they may not even dry anything

Other Domains with Bids

0538dzw.com
0vk.com
360350.com
58peisongw.com
8080888.com
AIGomaker.com
AngeneykimeArt.com
AutomaticBank.com
az114.com
BabyJungle.com
BabyThing.com
Baseball-Bats.us
BeerMoneyPulling.com
bnlmtl.org
CBDMerger.com
CCInlife.com
ChainWear.com
CharlesMann.org
China-iic.com
cza2.com
dianb0bao.com
DLCppi.org
DoHat.com
DoorLift.com
Ebolock.com
EnfieldMotorcycles.com
EnjoyChic.com
EZVacations.com
FederacionLibertaria.org
fmjianghu.com

FreeThingsForKids.com
Galaxy-Marketing.com
GetNudge.com
GitTinGold.com
gzew168.com
hblaibote.com
HealthcareEntrepreneur.com
HealthGifts.com
HealthyLifeAndShape.com
HighspeedHostingSolutions.com
Holopilot.com
IndiaAuctions.com
insme.info
IntegralWay.com
Inter-Latino.com
JBill.com
Kinolo.com
Linray.com
ListMachinePro.com
Loveksj.com
LuxPress.com
Mahlers.com
MarineDrone.com
MDNPoker.org
MDSaddle.com
Megafilmeshd20.org
Meimeifu.com
Momerish.com
MoneyDude.com
NoBoloWorld.com
NSNBC.me
Olyvia.co
Onebi.com
OneGreenEarth.com
OnlineDieting.com
OnlineTVizle.com
PalmettoBeach.com
Pletora.com
Powwow.net
PwnedVideo.com
QueenSwine.com
RailCare.com
RecoveryChannel.com
Reqoning.com
RosettaGenomics.com
Ruocengfeng.com
RXConnect.com
SeoServicesDelhi.com
SeoSolutionsIndia.com
Sex11.com
sf902.com
SHKoyach.com
SiamIt.com
Sleye.com
SoftwareTrials.com
SonomaWineCountryWeekend.com
SpeakeasyDC.com
SpinnerFidget.com
SplayGame.net

syhdgc.com
TemplatesDoctor.com
TheaterBloggers.com
TheGunDerbUrger.com
themegacreditfixx.info
TopQualityScopes.com
tujiedashi.com
tuosu99.com
tysxash.com
USWestdex.com
ValleyLoans.com
VegasMoney.com
Vegetablg.com
Wealth4Freedom.com
whsinoele.com
Witrader.com
WomansGarden.com
xiangbo56.com
XmasSages.com
yjf518.com
zhijiutrade.com
zsnctour.com
zzrenheng.com
zzshunjie.com

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