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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday July 6th , 2018

I want to start the day off by thank Francois of once again.  I have had some great success this year and this blog is successful for a few reasons. Travis and Josh are the main reasons. I might be the face but those guys are the studs. My hard work is number two, our advertiser’s support is number three, and Francois and is right there with all of them.   Francois gave us our first chance and sent us traffic. For the last 10 years has been a big fan of the site.  To the point of protecting it from the people that want to try and do things that would take away from what we do.  Without going into details, there are some people in this industry that appear one way but will throw you under the bus if it means they can make an extra buck.  Francois has put his neck out for DSAD and we will forever be grateful.  I realize his English suffers at times and comes across as harsh,but I truly feel he understands the relationship between content and traffic. He is our partner.   The same people that brag about most of their traffic coming from outside of would be the first people to complain if they got shut off.  I go to every day.  People that do the same, come here.  We’ve become consistent enough each day that many just come straight here.  But many come through  The biggest problem for is there is so much less good content to aggregate that the site is barren.   Good content takes time and ain’t nobody got time anymore.  Now on to the “What did Shane bid on yesterday”

Congratulations, you have won “MoneyGlove” for $12.  That was my big purchase yesterday.  And it wasn’t for lack of trying.  I’ll take that type of name for $12 all day.  Its short, easy to spell, and eventually someone will want to pay more than $12.  It will cost me 80% a year in renewals to find out.

Here were the other names I bid on yesterday and lost  Like I said in the list.  I know I can resell this for a profit if I can buy it at $12.  So that’s what I bid.  Wasn’t as confident at $22 🙂  I really liked this one.  I put a bid at $275 and really thought that would take it.  Went for $290 and in hindsight I would have paid $300 but who knows if the winner would have kept going or not.  I liked this one a little bit.  I put a bid in at $88 and said if it goes it goes, but I won’t bid a dollar more. I didn’t and it went for a dollar more.  Actually $5

Of course I bid at Namejet as well so I will start including those names as well.  And yes I bid on bigger names too but we just started this whole “post what you’re doing ” thing so we’ll get into the bigger names as we go.   I’ll also start talking about the landers I’m using and what has been working and not working.  Remember, this is just what I’m doing. I am not telling anyone that its right or wrong.  Only documenting my journey.  Take it for what it’s worth.  Eventually after I’ve had success I will then start telling you how stupid you are. Give it time.  I also promise to eventually start writing about how I hate the lowball bidders on my names.  I just want to make sure you guys get everything you need and deserve on this daily list.


If you like the names below, click through to see the current price

Quote of the Day:  “You will become way less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do”  -David Foster Wallace

Domain of the Day:      As good as any of the popular weather site names other than but this is $12

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction  Spelled correctly (most of the time it isn’t)  One of the highest paying keywords on the net. No bids   I talked to the seller and if you believe him at his word (and I do) he turned down $10K for the name and has regretted it every single day since   A lawyers dream.   Neck and back are big draws for injury lawyers.  No bids   Blockchain name.  All block names are now blockchain.  Even H&R Block   A play on Educate

Portfolio of 10 names  including and    No reserve at $1 and one bid.   No bids.  Probably because there isn’t anyone left that is  Has met reserve and will sell. All the money is in kitchens and baths  Perfect name for someone that sells tiny homes   Tea is perfectly made for Internet shipping.  I think this is one category name that is big enough to have its own site

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   One of the bigger names on the board today.  Mega is a good adjective    Help new ICOs launch and take people’s money  Hop on board  I like canna or cannabis but marijuana would be my second favorite.  Drew of Media Options would know more real info about sales and which does better  Ask and you shall receive   You know I have a crush on 5L.coms  Nice 20 year old media name or     Not sure which one is bringing all the boys to the yard.  Maybe its the milkshake  Mmmmmmm Jerky. Every time I eat a stick a Vegan loses its wings   Already happening.  Every semi trailer is tracked with GPS.  Solid name if that’s what your company does  Love this one.  Will probably be bidding on this one that looks Chinese  I just see “you”  Godaddy says it gets 51,000 monthly visits

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids  We talked about adult money and its role in domain investing.  It still has a big role, always will.  Would be a fun blog to read  I’m more of a one on one kind of guy but this is always in the top 10 of searches at Porn sites  And this.  For her by her  Doesn’t have to be an adult name but would do a great job at it if given the chance Upgrade name for a few companies.   Some actually lease and sell props to movies Means nothing as far as I know but I like the sound of it as a brand.  No bidders at $12  Amount of real, in person, friends is a good one.  No bidders  I think this is the best value name on the board.  Good tech name  I just like it because its memorable and easy to spell  Another one at $12  Good name for a company in our industry No bids.  I’m thinking cryotherapy but could be anything cold   sounds like a nice place to get some juice

Godaddy Names With Bids

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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10 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday July 6th , 2018”

  1. I put a proxy bid of $27 on CustomLawnCare, so I’m glad you didn’t bid higher. 🙂

    It’s my first ever .net, and I will use to test outbound to end users for the first time. Thanks for mentioning it, as I normally only look at .com.

  2. So I use Chrome which has an autofill option. When I type in “d” in the address bar, chrome takes me to You got your start with but you’ve built up your own brand that I direct navigate to.

    1. Tony,
      Thanks. Nice to know I have beaten out other sites that start with D as the go to site. And yes, but I never forget who helped me in the beginning

      1. Sigh .. despite coming here regularly, when I type in “D”, Chrome still takes me to Donkeyfu*** !!!
        PS .. Shane .. did I ever mention how much I love your company logo? lol

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