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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday May 10th, 2019

Escrow.com

I was looking back at my droplist from 10 years ago.  Yes I was doing this list every day 10 years ago.  (Man I’ve wasted a lot of people’s time for a lot of years).   The early list sucked. Of course, typo and type in traffic was the game back then but looking in the dreaded rearview mirror shows that investing in keyword junk left you with exactly that.  The lists got better with tons of 4N and short CCC names but it was ugly early.  Here was a list from 10 years ago

bloggertemplate.net I used to look for this all this time and looks like 6,000 plus people per month (33K worldwide)  still are. No bidders

StudFinder.net I used to own one of these but the thing kept going off all the time when I was using it.  (drum then cymbal)  22K searches for either the percussion or the men.  Either way, only one bidder at $10

AppleDumplings.net I’m not saying you’re going to make a fortune on this one but you certainly can flip this one if you get it for $25

Pinkalicious.com Probably a trademark issue (a children’s book) buy at your own risk.  Valuate has it at $7K and no trademark issues but it only looks for fortune 500 tradmarks

Powerclean.com I have some money set aside for this one.   One of the better names to come across this week. Some searches and ads but the name is perfect for so many endusers

Dicionario.net If you speak Portuguese you’ll know this mean Dictionary.  A million searches a month.  Because it’s a foreign only two bidders

LindsayLohanBlowjob.net You’re going to need a bigger hosting account if you’re going to document all these.  She gives those away like they’re AOL disks from the 90’s

As bad as the list was I am still going to give myself a little credit for being funny.  The Lindsay Lohan thing was pretty funny

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

Domain of the Day:   UnicornLeather.com   Rare and exotic.  I had my car seats made out of it 

Quote of the Day:  The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.” ― Charles Bukowski

 

 Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

DPFC.com  Good letters and the C.  Checks all the boxes

Arua.com  A pronounceable LLLL.com.   Bids aren’t coming because its a Ugandan town

6926.com  No 4s, no zeros.   Name is great.  Reserve is a big aggressive

ZZAA.com Will be interesting to see the value of AABB.coms right now

DailySupply.com  Reserve is under $1500 so maybe this moves

DomainWorthy.com  Not a bad portfolio name

OnlineTack.com   All your horse supplies right here.  No bids

AngelFind.com Find an Angel investor

BidMan.com  Sounds like a bidding tool. No bids

Iglas.com   Maybe some will see eyeglass

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Preparedness.com  Top price and number of bids on the GD board today

CoverStory.com    Great news name.  Bidders agree

Sat1.com  A German TV channel.  At four figures at press time

eSportsHoldings.com  Some of the wealthiest people in America are buying eSports teams.  Look at the owners next time you get the chance

No2id.net  Getting a great price but its all based on history and backlinks. Not quality of name itself

Webs.net  I get all my info on the webs

VirtualFestivals.com  Undoubtedly this will a big part of future music festivals. But this is a guide name only

SmartFoundation.com     Better be smart people involved if you are going to call your company this

BoxMattress.com  Could be a brand but mostly just a product

0808.net  One of the best NNNN.nets I’ve seen in a while .  From a Chinese perspective that is

DomainStudio.com   Great portfolio name

TheGiftStore.com   You know exactly what you are going to be buying here

ModernGent.com  17 year old dapper name

RWC.net  If you’re going to invest in LLL.net then this is the kind I think you should buy. But don’t buy on my opinion or you will lose money and you will be forced to fill up you car in round numbers and not just fill it up

Pebble.net   Same with this one word .net. Tough sell but as good as any .net out there

GreenHash.com   Could be canna, could be food, or just a generic

BabyHouse.com  Kids brand or another name for Tiny House

BeerHut.com  Sounds like a drive thru liquor store

HarvestTrail.com   Health food store all the way

SlowItDown.com   Life in general

InsideCapital.com  Keeping it inside the family

FlowerGo.com  Some people call canna “Flower”   And then there are just plain ole flowers

 

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

WingNight.com    I would think that every wing place or restaurant that serves would want this name for marketing

FightClips.com    Easy content with all the UFC action out there

NewTuber.com   Learn the in and outs of making money on YouTube

LogoCash.com   Get paid to make logos

RoadSlayer.com  Sounds like a tire

RainDry.com   Some product that keeps your dry.  Windshield wiper

TheYesterday.com   Every today had a yesterday

Goventory.com   Inventory on the go

Blonze.com  How a blonde spells Blondes

 

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

00684.com
123tvhub.com
178arvr.com
27144.com
2ForCouples.com
4ro.com
52hoc.com
585891.com
585893.com
78lunwen.com
AbortionRecoveryInternational.org
Aecia.com
AidanCloud.com
AlfaTeam.com
Altili.com
AndyMag.com
Apinpai.com
ArtistSociety.co
CallaBank.com
CannabisAccounting.com
CannabisPayroll.com
Capone.net
CNInterface.com
CodeIdol.com
CoinAtms.com
CoitLaw.com
CojoArt.com
cowboybillskw.com
DavisArchGroup.com
Douxievs.com
DreDay.com
ElevatorInteriors.com
Eren.org
FairSky.com
Fangzi.cc
FindABiz.com
Flgenweb.org
FlyVLM.com
GatewayVillas.org
GeoffKeddy.com
GoProFans.com
GoSky.net
hzy99.com
Ilinoifilms.com
IncomeShares.com
iWear.net
JMush.com
just-ask-kim.com
KCSBikes.com
KKInc.com
LawyersFinder.com
LaxAirport.com
LearnJavaScript.com
Lexpet.com
Lokally.com
Mandra-Tavern.com
marciakmoore.com
Matanlu.com
MilitaryHeroes.com
mossfonmedia.com
MotHerrImmy.com
Myersre.com
Odytt.com
Oozled.com
OpenBlueDragon.org
Pajari.com
pdbpr.com
PlayTriton.com
Pope2You.net
presse-pro.com
qdhuifeng.com
qstore365.com
RebeccaLitchfield.com
RiverCityWindowCleaning.com
rkforex.com
Robotics-Africa.org
SafetyAdvice.com
Saonao.com
Seotw.com
ShopToy.com
slr91.com
SmartTrusts.com
Snotm.com
SoVintage.com
StoneMountainvillage.com
Submitex.com
Subratam.org
SummersideGolf.com
TeamSpeakOverlay.com
TeeMag.com
TelePlex.net
TheHungryPartier.com
TheParis.net
ThomasCleaningService.com
TourCaroline.com
TradeConference.com
TravelSurvey.com
Vapor2Lab.com
viende.com
VWCare.com
wbhmyy.com
WebGradient.com
WeddingStats.org
WhatIsCrypto.com
WorldDataForum.com
x3studios.com
Yaopie.com
yassougreekgrill.com
YeahRoom.com
yezizhusu.com
yitiansheng.com
Yongbohui.com
ypworld.com
zb-expo.com
ZGlovebook.com
ZLAC.com

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday May 10th, 2019”

  1. “… you will be forced to fill up you car in round numbers and not just fill it up” That is a very specific jab at people that put $8 in the tank a time

    1. When I was just starting in the working world I distinctly remember having to put in $10, $20 , whatever, at a time. I remember wanting to make enough money that
      I could just fill up the tank. That’s not a jab. That’s life. No different that working paycheck to paycheck. I got out of it by working two jobs. Every Friday my
      job was in to work at 6 am. Be done at 3 pm. go to the next job at 5pm and work until 5 am. And I sold my car and started taking the bus. Both eliminated my tank fill up problem.

      1. With that amount of sleep, taking the bus is a necessity. Otherwise, you have a fall asleep at the wheel and die problem.

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