Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday June 1st , 2018

Jun 01 2018

Escrow.com

You can and should never look back at the coulda woulda shoulda of your domain sales. But I would be lying if I said that every time is see a $50K plus sale of a NNNN.com I didn’t think backwards.   In hindsight, which is always 20/20, I would have been better off just keeping my 20 NNNN.com and done nothing else.  I would probably have close to a million dollars worth of names now.   No more hours put in, just sit and let them cook.  Do something else and come back.  I’ve done well and made some money, but the time to value vs not selling any and waiting would heavily lean towards should not have sold.

I used to kid Elliot Silver that he could have done the same thing with 887.com. A name he sold many years ago.  He always responded with “you can’t look back” type of quote but guess what? I can.  Especially when 887 is one of the best NNN.com in the world.  Some time in the recent past and maybe now,  887.com was probably close to a million dollar domain.  I’m sure he’s made a lot more than that but he had to work for it.  He could have done nothing and gotten similar results.  He is like me.  One, he needed the money to keep moving forward, two he had NO IDEA that numbers would become as valuable as they are.  If we knew, obviously we wouldn’t have sold.

I do realize I wouldn’t have the names I have now without selling my numerics.  I’m just not sure I have equaled the portfolio value of those names.  Only time will tell.  I do think most of my names will continue to grow in value and there will be over a million dollars in assets in due time.  I also really loved the hustle of building the portfolio.  It’s taught me a lot and enabled me to be a better domain investor.  OK, enough BS.  I should have held.  Here are today’s domains.  Hope you find a good one. Click to see the latest price

Quote of the Day:  A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd” — Max Lucado

Domain of the Day:   ChainK.com     One bidder on the blockchain name

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

6883.com  I really think this could hit reserve.  Makes me sick because I sold tons of these for $3K but life moves on

OWK.com    Has a pretty reasonable reserve so I think this one is going to sell

ManyGame.com  Typo of the popular manygames.com   Gets traffic

MrPros.com    Handyman or some other service company

Black.biz    Might be the first four figure biz in a while

Bionomic.com   A lot of uses in the sciences

DanceLab.com   Met reserve at $72

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Tevix.com  5L.com from 1999

JMPT.com   All consonants and into four figures now.  1999 as well

UNII.com   Cool looking LLLL.com

LineHealth.com     you think canna and bitcoin is big?  Its peanuts compared to the health care business

Cyclopedia.com  I figured some bikers would like this one

Mindfully.com  Bidders love it, Godaddy loves it, $3k here we come

Biofor.com  Can’t go wrong with bio right now

TheChildFreeLife.com   There are tens of thousands of couples that live this

21questions.com   I think it was 20 questions but why get bogged down in the details

TDAW.com  Nice LLLL.com.  Vowel gives the discount

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

NotSatisfied.com Not a bad marketing name for $12

Bitcoins.capital   Bitcoins and .capital go together pretty well.  One bidder at $20

HDReady.com    TV’s, computers, and other tech products are all HD ready

Nutripop.com  Sounds like a real thing.  A healthy popsicle

TwistedNipple.com  Sounds like a type of shot or some sort of alcohol.  No bids

DunnAgency.com  Alan, here you go

Mensar.com  No bids.  I like it because it has men in it.  Not sure if we’e allowed to support men right now though

Horse.ws Shows that .ws is done.  Even horse has no value, no bidders

Zillex.com  Only one bidder.  Guarantee there will be at least 8 more

DataOverflow.com  No bidders.  There is plenty of this right now

CatchRain.com Marketing name for rain barrels or water conservation of some sort

BigPolar.com  Anything that keeps something cold. No bids

 

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

360jule.com
3caiart.com
600wz.com
63pet.com
86839.com
AllAboutClowns.com
Appetizers.org
BestBabe.com
BlackRedYellow.com
CoderSlab.com
CompletelyCrypto.com
Core.us
CrowdHome.com
CrownHerb.com
DiabetesTreatmentGuide.org
DPCustomCycles.com
DubSmashForPC.com
eDriveSystems.com
ForumsGratuits.com
GreyhoundLifesavers.org
HealThatEverySizeBlog.org
hi8688.com
HomeHack.com
hr04.com
IdentityTag.com
ImpactStudy.com
jm1588.com
JudyMoodyMovie.com
JureTuan.com
Jurff.com
Kenteng.com
LawMeme.org
MNHealthyAging.org
MountainViewRealty.com
MYExwardrobe.com
NCStem.org
OrganicImports.com
PersonhoodUSA.com
PodBytes.com
Quaestor.com
QVNT.com
RainCoin.com
RVAudio.com
SCSofa.com
SodaChamber.com
StickySnap.com
studioparniteroi.com
Teaoxi.com
Thedmond.com
TheSkooloflife.com
TideTablesCafe.com
TitanAxles.com
UnixManga.net
Vitalco.net
VoiceShopping.com
WheresTheMath.com
WolfTexas.com
wuphysicians.org
WWNJ.net

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3 comments

  1. Cry myself to sleep every night

    At one time had 400 NNNN.com and many great NNN.com.

    I managed to keep some NNNN.com so not all is lost

  2. Mace

    DO NOT go to 887.com !

    It said my computer is now infected with Spyware and that my accounts are now being hacked.

    Also said if I leave the page my computer would be “seized”.

    I shut my computer down to leave the page.

    I logged back on and my computer was not “seized”.

    Hopefully this was a bogus threat.

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