Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday November 2nd, 2018

I would like to publicly say that Theo Delevegas of Domain Gang is doing a heck of a job reporting domain name news lately.  I have always given him shit for not being funny, and I still don’t really find it funny, but when it comes to covering what is happening in domain name investing, I think he has started to get close to Andrew at Domain Name Wire.  He’s really stepped up his game.   Dropping the sarcasm and putting out real info.  Rather than made up interviews, he’s starting to do real interviews. If you want domain name news you really should be reading his articles or at least following him on twitter at @domaingang.  Yes, you read that right.  I think Domain Gang is a must read right now.  And I’m not being held hostage or owe him money.  It works both ways.  You compliment when people are doing a good job and you point out opportunities when they aren’t.  And yeah, yeah.  Nobody cares what I think

Now the opportunities.  I haven’t changed my stance yet on domain advice.  He’s certainly been doing it long enough to give advice, I would just like to hear more about his sales, how he achieved them and what they were. For a person that has been doing it as long as he has I don’t see a portfolio of quality.  And it might be there but its hidden and there is zero reasons why anyone would hide their names in my opinion.  I want my advice with real info.  Show them your skills by showing them what portfolio you’ve built and your sales.

So I give credit where credit is due.  I hope he keeps it up because the industry needs more like what he is doing.  He’s putting in the time and its much appreciated.  And no, its not always been this way and I didn’t notice.  He’s stepped up his game.

Part 2: Something interesting in today’s names at Namejet.   There is an oddly high amount of names with 3 bids today.  And they are names that are normally not good enough to make it through to public auction.  The three bidders on all of them are first, markaadres, and marksman.    First is the odd one because first is a holding account for a Chinese website that resells Namejet names.  It also seems that the names are from different owners.  I am not claiming anything wrong because I haven’t done any homework and really don’t know.  I just know I have done this list for 9 years, every, single, day so I know when something looks different than normal.  This looks different.   If someone has some info please share.  No accusations, just info.  Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price


Quote of the Day:   ““Dead people receive more flowers than the living ones because regret is stronger than gratitude.” – Anne Frank.

 Domain of the Day:     The kind of brands that are selling right now.  Simple and exudes something when you read it. I think teachers or editor

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others Met reserve at $600 US.  No longer at peak there are still billions of dollars to be made in the industry    I hate this.  Reserve at $50 to 100K.  Just wasting everyone’s time and taking up space on Sedo’s list  I take a lot of flack for pointing out .cc names but this really could be Gamble Crypto Currency    Officially a five figure name.   Not unjustified if you sell six figure cars   I put this up for auction to test the waters.  No bids at $10

Portfolio of 68 and 2 for one low price.  At $1 at press time   Would have been a five figure name back in the day.  Now $188 meets reserve   Met reserve at $200.  My opinion only but I think this is a good buy under $300   Great marketing name and met reserve under $700.  I try to play it smart but I always get a little reckless   It’s an Indian town but a nice, short,  brand on its own.   I’ve actually heard this term quite a bit on TV.  Probably means I’m not watching very good TV but it does have 11 million search results     Good golf name.  Also known as holes 10-18 for all your coders

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   1997 birthday.   Will probably be a brand and have nothing to do with plants  Cookware and a last name.  18 years old  I really wanted to buy this one but already about to hit four figures. Name is right in my wheelhouse.  Still love the name. Just have decide how much I love it   GD likes it to the tune of $4900. Bidders?  $300   Apple is a tough trademark to overcome but it can be done    Getting a few bids.  You won’t misspell it  Don’t love it but I do use Aweber and know the importance of a good looking email for newsletters  The “ly” makes it an automatic candidate for a uniform selling startup

Godaddy Domains With No Bids  Stress kills.  People will pay good money to get rid of it.  Ironically, even if having no money is the reason Great name for a MMJ shop in California Marketing name for a credit report company.  Surprised no bidders on this one  If you sell something artificial this would make a good marketing name.  $12  You don’t see many brands adding an I to keywords but looks pretty good here IMO  One of my favorite on the list today  Bright and Data.  A great combo  Worst Christmas gift EVER

The Rest of the Names With Bids

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8 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday November 2nd, 2018”

  1. @ShaneCultra

    Regarding, you wrote “The “ly” makes it an automatic candidate for a uniform selling startup”. Could you explain this “ly” value? I ask because I’ve noticed some companies using “ly” dot_com lately: Grammarly, Weebly, Remitly, Cashly, Optimizely, Streamly, Rently, Fastly, Teamly, etc

    I noticed one on auction; but do not understand the value in this type of dot-Com.

  2. Shane, not to beat a dead horse but, this 3-L / 2-L for is very strange!
    Going into my Google history I found the landing page “” took me to;

    As you can see the end of this link spells “billing” with 3 L’s. Why it showed You and Brock a different link is beyond me…

    Also, as of today “” (2-L’s) is for-sale at Sedo, for a minimum offer of $500, and (3-L’s) is for-sale at;
    For a minimum of $10,000 or more.

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