Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday March 22nd, 2019

Mar 22 2019

Escrow.com

 

I generally keep most of my complaints with domain companies to emails and phone calls.  The main reason is I wouldn’t expect them to read our blog every day so its a bit presumptuous to think my writing will reach the company.  If I think something will help their company I figure out who I need to talk to and let them know.  I’ve been a little more vocal with Sedo because trying to get them to change is like turning around an oil tanker.  They are slow to move.   Great people but only the brokers seem to be moving in a constant forward direction.  The rest seem to be spinning in circles.  To the point I have to talk to the brokers to get them to tell the management to return my phone calls. I really think this is all going to change with Matthias Conrad coming on board.  I had a good talk with him and really liked what he had to say and gave me his number if I ever wanted to contact him directly.

I think you’re going to see some good changes.  I am paid to work with Sedo but if you’ve read this site for the last 10 years that doesn’t stop me from saying things like the above.  Good is good and bad is bad.  Doesn’t matter if you advertise here or not.  And there is some dust that needs to be blown off the Sedo site.   I think Matthias is the man to get it done.  Looking forward to seeing Sedo progress and reestablish themselves as a major domain brand acquisition site and domain auction house.  They could be both if they wanted.  They already have some of the best brokers in the industry, nows its time to beef up the rest of the company.  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on.

Quote of the Day: More people would learn from their mistakes if they weren’t so busy denying that they made them.”

Domain of the Day:  GreatParking.com   Private parking is in huge growth mode.  Perfect name for app or parking area

 

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

ChurchStreet.com   There’s a Church Street in every town

Dimon.com    A name and sounds like Diamond.  Looks like it could hit reserve

GameMachines.com    A business that is growing every year. And with VR it will continue

Netter.com   Great name for any sport with a net

DoubleDutch.com  Jump rope term but can be almost anything

TheSwap.com   Not sure what we’re swapping but I hope what I get is better than what I gave

2030.org  Eleven more years and this baby is going to be completely relevant

Charte.com  French for “Chart”.   Although that’s not exactly true

ImagePirate.com   Help you steal images

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

iBet.org  We’ve been talking about it for years. But it looks like sports gambling is real close to being legal in the US

AngryBird.com  I’m going to let someone else fight this one in court

9jj.com  Chinese are loving this one

FlatEarthNews.net  The fact that we have a society of flat earthers scares me

AlienAreHere.com  Pretty sure you could couple this to whomever you sold the above to

EthereumPro.com   Someone that is an expert in Ethereum  or a tool for Ether

SpiceTech.com  If I owned this company my programs would definitely be called Cilantro, Arugula, and Thyme

Big group of eSports names

eSportsCharts.com
eSportsInstitute.com
eSportsProfessionals.com
eSportsResearch.com
eSportsTutor.com

BuzzPoker.com   Still plenty of poker being played online

Zeog.com  Pronounceable LLLL.com under $400 at press time

Ticket.org  All comes down to the reserve.  Heck of a name

SmartBrides.com   I don’t really like this one but the bidders do.  I think it infers that some brides are stupid

KoolCars.com  It’s cook because they spell cook with a K

GritLife.com   If Salt Life can catch on why can’t this?

SpawnLabs.com   I used to love Todd McFarlane’s Spawn.  Just have to stay away from media and toys on this one

BlockRX.com   OK but I like BlockDoc.com better

Appistry.com   This is where camel casing comes in. Had it as AppIsTry on my Camel Casing program.  Much smoother and nicer looking name as Appistry

KidsSwag.com  Everyone loves swag, even kids

RecipeKit.com   The foodie crazy has led to a surge in recipe sites and apps

NimbleMind.com  14 years old.  Insert saying about a nimble mind here

BrandLike.com  Here’s a name for your branding site

TeachStream.com   Online education name all the way

BookingGenie.com  Booking dot com won’t let you book flights and hotels but the rest is open

PleasureRobot.com  Because you know that people are going to have sex with robots

RocketRun.com  If there’s not a race named this there should be

 

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

ClimbMe.com  I think this would make a good marketing name for a Moutaineering school or kids play warehouse

OpenLoyalty.com  There were a few loyalty names on the general list but I put this one one because its good and no bidders

MarijuanaFunds.com   Only one bidder and plenty of money coming into the canna space

MobileTreasures.com  A good description of a domain

NaturalShack.com The shake shack of natural foods

TrulyCoffee.com  You can name a coffee company a ton of things.  I like this one but these types of names have to come cheap to get a good return

Intertheory.com Sounds smart

Snakery.com  I love going to the snakery to pick up some fresh snakes.  Actually my worst nightmare

BoldStone.com Easy to say, spell, and remember.  Worth the $12 IMO

LoveCasually.com Also known as Ashley Madison

AfterTheMoon.com Sounds romantic.  Sounds like a candle shop

 

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

115qp.com
12312Net.com
68677.com
868469.com
879469.com
Adelicia.com
AppTour.com
AsianScholarship.org
Astrocaal.org
AwarenessGroup.com
BananaScrum.com
BroadcastHD.com
BTCShares.com
Caltim.com
CBDEze.com
CFMO.org
CheapestKey.com
Chenshi777.com
CityWow.com
ClearLoyalty.com
ColoringPages.info
ConvertMusic.com
CornerstoneInvestor.com
CraveTHC.com
CTCDA.com
DelawareRiver.net
DigitalVerge.net
dmsh2017.com
EveryoneDesign.com
FaqPal.com
Feimao888.com
Feminisnt.com
FitzScience.com
Flyida.com
Fulisoso.net
FutboldelInterior.com
gatyzx.com
GEGotTalent.com
GetDeliciousRecipes.com
HarrisHospital.com
HDMakeup.com
Hiltonyn.com
hmarka.net
HotRecorder.com
HougenLaw.com
InfoAces.org
jiajia77.com
khjcc.com
KoushaoApp.com
LeaMassageTherapy.com
lgpcc.com
LittleSpaceHeroes.com
LiveCompany.com
Mental-Health-Abuse.org
michianaaquariumsociety.org
Miycm.com
Movaholics.com
MyLefeiVPN.com
Nyte.org
OnlyUncle.com
PaySomeoneToWriteMyPaper.com
PenguinCoupons.com
PHDCareerGuide.com
PioraNYC.com
PlanetOmni.com
poguesrungrocer.org
PUNH.com
PuraBelle.com
PureHealthSupplements.com
qxs8.com
rda8.com
Reportin.com

RTXL.com
SearchPole.com
SilverFoxPercussion.com
Souchakan.com
SultanBeach.com
Texas-Bass.com
thai-aec.com
TheHockeyGuys.net
TheWorldwideGourmet.com
TodayNZ.com
txarng.com
vanderlaw.com
VendorFinancing.com
VXNI.com
WeightlossTV.com
WestCoastTrailBC.com
WhiskeyBox.com
WorldfreeX.com
Xephem.com
Zimparks.com

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4 comments

  1. Mike

    Well sedo extend their live support chat hours outside the 1 hour a week window from 9pm-10pm on a Saturday night, that is like a bad joke, and so embarrassing.

    My biggest issue with sedo is when you have an issue no way of getting it addressed, all the sudden they have a big buyer, and they are blowing up your phone, and email trying to get a hold of you to make their lame duck attempt to make a commission. Sedo lacks innovation, they were such a leader back in the day, and they have failed to do anything to build on the user experience. It’s just been a lot of blah for a long time, hopefully new blood will get them pumping again. Good luck to them, it’s a two way street, and if we benefit, so will they.

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