Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, September 20th, 2019

Escrow.com

This is about as good a summary of domains as there is. To think there is an absolute in this industry would be wrong. There is a lot of strategy and “rules” that will lead to good domain investments but there is an entire world of just outside the fringe that can lead to good profits and losses. I consider Rick Schwartz one of the best domain investors of all time but of the names he’s purchased in the last 7 years how much money has he made? His strategy is solid. Is absolute. Does it work if you buy the domain today? Media Options and Drew Rosener have proven you can make good money with today’s buys. Same with Michael Cyger. And yes, all these people are dot coms guys. But they will be the first to say MOST DOT COMS ARE NOT REAL VALUABLE. But a ton of them are. MOST NEW Gs ARE NOT REAL VALUABLE. But a few of them are. Those that are successful acknowledge this and can tell the difference.

Domain of the Day: SSS.net Can’t say I’ve seen a triple repeater, dot com or dot net in years

Quote of the Day: “If this was the best year of my life, what would have to happen?” Comment below and answer this question. I’d love to hear what would make your year

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

HostMagazine.com Looks like no takers on this one at $1. 10 years old high CPC

Orgasms.com Met reserve at $30,000 less than it sold for 9 years ago

PDOA.com and MNOB.com Two LLLL.com from Namejet that I’m bidding on today. Its what I think good letters look like

PinkTime.com Met reserve under $400. Pink is associated with lots of things

DigiDesigns.com Digital graphics name all the way

StrongSales.com First glance I thought it would make a great name for Adam Strong’s company but since he owns Strong.com I will say he’ll pass

QuitClub.com Not worth a ton of money but millions of people are worthy members

KitchenConfidential.com At $70. Solid name IMO for under $200

CurbWorks.com the concrete edging or curbing business is big in Florida and California. We have a few in our town. Good name for that business

CrazyHeart.com Closes in a few days. One of my favorite Snapnames names

Sizzy.com Closes today. Will get Dizzy autofill every time until you build up a brand so big its commonplace and it becomes the fill

Feedback.net Good dot net. Reviews and feedback run the net…and the dot net

DEPM.com Under $150 reserve but no bidders

UsualClothes.com Under $100 and met reserve. I like the brand. Usual

Vorlax.com 16 year old 6L that sounds techy to me. No bids at $79

Sianide.com Pretty sure a lot of people spell it this way. I think it makes a good IPA but some may think its not funny

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

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PositiveThings.com Love it. Not sure its a super valuable name but its a super valuable attitude

GrandPrize.com I’m not sure this makes a good company name but it makes a good app or game name and that alone could be a billion dollar venture. Definitely a well known term

AccountingPlus.com Solid name for software or app or even an accounting company. And the plus? They also sell bulk fruit

AllergenFree.com Probably a big deal if you have allergies

DigiStreet.com I like it as much as Digital Street

FundLabs.com Incubator name all the way

GoodCanna.com Straight to the point. We got the good shit

Foresight2020.com We always knew hindsight is 20/20 but now you can get clear Foresight

Paintz.com Z makes everything cooler

SimpleAudio.com Customers like the thought of Simple. Good sales tool

CryptoSaver.com Imagine that. A crypto name getting a good price

HealthForms.com Imagine if you could get them all in one place

BigPOS.com A couple of these all around you. A few in our domain space. And I’m not talking about Point of Sales which it could also be used for

FutureHighway.com the best time to buy land is before the highway comes

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

CharacterMatters.com

Manchester.me

NaturalProcess.com

Birth.info

SnapLotto.com

PerfectDomainName.com

SwipeAway.com

SouthernWinery.com

ScentMakers.com

FreshSleep.com

PiercingCenter.com

FixMyFines.com

Yotox.com

SouthHeart.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

4kbox.com
656668.com
868200.com
ActionStrategy.com
AddJerseyShop.com
albdoo.com
AZYS.com
Bazhua.net
BeInOurCare.com
bonox.com
Boomeon.com
Calir.com
CentreOfEnterprise.com
ChristianMingleAndMatch.com
ColonialbeachDragStrip.com
CryptoStorm.org
DenTout.com
digitalmente.com
DreamsPartnership.org
Dushi.org
EXZF.com
FengDengsh.com
HAO718.com
hbkgang.com
iMarina.com
Indread.com
Inedia.com
JEQX.com
KratomHQ.com
Kvartal.com
LearningSpaces.org
MamboTeam.com
Maunalua.com
MeridianPartners.com
MexicanDining.com
MiamiForVisitors.com
MiniDiggers.com
Mukibaum.com
MUOP.com
MyPoc.com
NerveMag.com
NorthAmericanBigfoot.com
Panelled.com
PedernalesBrewing.com
picapon.com
PontiacsOnline.com
ProfilesTheatre.org
QMBio.com
Refined.net
showboxtvapp.com
Spintaz.com
StarSquad.com
StyleGuru.org
Support-Group.com
Susris.com
The-Infinity.com
TheCountryCaller.com
TheResumeCoach.com
Thiendia.net
UnrealDive.com
VideoSymphony.com
VNWV.com
VPWL.com
wpvsblogger.com
XIFD.com
ZLZO.com
ZUFB.com
ZUNJ.com


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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, September 20th, 2019”

  1. In practical terms, as it relates to Dunn’s maxim, especially on the NewGTLDs, is akin to saying: “All lottery plays do not miss, sometimes someone wins”, yes that’s true; whereas, what Schwartz teaches in his doctrine, is that .Coms tend to be investable, as he simultaneously, admonishes what he calls “Pigeon shit”, so taken together, there’s a huge chasm between those two philosophies.

    Where Dunn is right, and he is on some points, it’s acknowledged, and accepted, by Schwartz.

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