Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday September 21st , 2018

Sep 21 2018

Escrow.com

 

I have some news for you.  Dot APP is no better or worse than any other new TLD.  OK it may be a little better than some but it’s still not a very smart way for a domain investor to try and make money.  Dot app makes no sense to me as an investment.  Are app companies going to upgrade to a .app name?  No they move to a dot com.  Are they going to pay up for the perfect .app name?  I don’t think so. Yes they may register a name.  If its taken or they want to upgrade they do one of two things. They either pay up for the dot com or buy some other techy ending like .io.  There isn’t anybody in this industry that will convince me that any of the newGs are more than a crapshoot.  And yes I would love to be the owner of .app string. I just don’t want to try and resell the names.

I’ve learned a big lesson in .ws.  One, the popularity, wealth, or influence of who is buying names doesn’t change a string from bad to good.  Two,  stick to .com.  I’ve been super solid since that mistake.  Because I only have purchased dot coms. Doesn’t mean you can’t dabble in a few things but its not by chance that the weekly list of DNJournal is mostly dot coms.  The New Gs are almost all registry sales.  Those are certainly domain sales but they aren’t domaining sales so they should be excluded.

And to answer Rick Schwartz’s articles about being a business man.  Not necessary at all.   I used to trade at the board of trade.  The pits were crazy.  Just like you see in the movies.  Hands waving all over the place.  Orders being filled.  Screaming men trying to get the attention of the paper aka the guy selling or buying.   In the options pit were the mathematicians.  They had sheets that told them where to buy or sell based on the underlying stock or product.   They were the businessmen.  Calculated and precise.  Then there were the bond pits.  There was no calculations.  It was dog eat dog.  Your only job was to buy and sell higher.  The men and women in this pit were beasts. Half of them didn’t even graduate college but had millions of dollars in their bank account.  You know how I know they were rich? Because the bad ones were at home broke.  Bond traders people were nowhere near as mathematical or smart as the guys in the options pits but they made a hell of a lot more money because the action was liquid and fierce.  They knew their product and the market like nobody in the world.  They didn’t give a shit who was on the other end.  Whether the other side had made or lost money.  They were there to move paper.  It was them, the pit, and the end of the day calculation of profits.  They WERE the business.

A domain investor can do the same thing. They may use some intelligence to hunt down who would be a good fit for the name but they have to be aggressive beasts. They have a business but this isn’t Johnny’s furniture shop.  This is out hustling, out calling, out working, other guys and girls trying to find and sell names.  Business school is useless in this scenario.   Rosener is the perfect example.  He would have fit perfectly in that bond pit.  They do what they have to do to flip names.  There is no need to be a good businessman in the traditional sense.  You just need to know domains and how to buy and sell them.  They need to know some accounting.

So you want to make money in domain investing?  Know your damn product. Learn what is selling and why. Work harder than the guy trying to sell or buy similar things.  Work even harder again.  Have some patience.  Don’t buy up everything you see.  If you don’t have money, out work and out smart them.  If you have money then outspend them on the best names.  But you sure as hell better know what the best names are.  And finally, do it for years.  This isn’t overnight.  And sure as hell don’t buy dot app.   Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day:  “Some will tell you what to do. Some will show you what to do.  Either way its still up to you to actually do”  -Me talking to my kid

Domain of the Day:   

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

Harpist.com  I know one domain investing women that really should own this

DAUC.com   Love the C at the end.  Met reserve at $500 so its getting a new home

43X.com   I’ve done pretty well with the NNX names.  This one has met reserve at $250

River.App   Told you app is killing it

SellMyApps.com   and in the dot com form?

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

BabbleFish.com   Typo of Babel Fish.  So often is it typoed that in their Google header they put “We are often mistakenly spelled Babblefish and a few other typos

cWire.com  1995 birthday.   I only know it as thermostat wire.  Obviously could be used for other things

MyListings.com   At four figures.   I should use it to keep my listings on here organized.  I’m not very good at it

CFFX.com  The Chinese would have loved this one

00550.com   5N with only two numbers.   that’s good for $2K or more lately

Host.cc  One of the few .cc I would buy

SuperFarmer.com   20 years old.   All farmers are super

93488.com   5N with a double 8 at the end?  That’s real real nice

RedEagle.com   I figured this name would be the fan favorite

ShortVideos.com  Because everyones attention span is limited

CrazyFit.com  Anyone can get fit but can you get crazy fit?

AmazingApartments.com   They better be pretty good apartments to use one of the most overused buzzwords in the title

JetCom.com   never a big fan of com dot com names but I’ve been overruled by all the bidders

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

RentAJohn.com  Rent a toilet name with no bids

QSheet.com  Sounds techy. 18 years old.  And no bids

MegaRound.com  Not just round.  Mega round

CellRx.com  Cell repair shop name for $12

EclecticDesigns.com  Only one bidder on this one

Tahio.com  No bids on this 5L.com

OTHER Godaddy Domains With Bids

1deng1.com
20ejg3.com
2TextTwist.com
50hxws.com
676226.com
7998.biz
93509.com
9imacau.com
ANDentalplan.com
ArtsDefRance.com
au-troisieme-oeil.com
AustriaGuide.com
BeautIve.com
BelsTane.com
BestWorldTravel.com
BizFolio.com
BlackbookPlus.com
BlueWafflesPictures.com
BossRadio.com
BridesmaidWire.com
BuyingLeads.com
Caoab.com
CeceliasMarketplace.com
CleanEarthCoalition.org
ClearStamp.info
ClubCasinoX.org
Cpiat.com
cvhex.com
DIYCo.com
DomitiaShop.com
DrugRehabilitationNetwork.com
ETFTradingMentor.com
FilipinaDate.com
Forumaroc.net
Fotostick.com
FreshScripts.com
GolfAce.com
GoMoviesHub.com
Grand-Chronicle.com
GrayMatter-Game.com
gtsouths.com
Haammss.com
Hallabanaha.org
HeeMall.com
HotCasinoReview.com
IbexPress.com
iFurnitureStore.com
IGServices.com
ihksar.com
IZKH.com
IXLH.com
JerashChariots.com
JRussellsHealth.com
KidneyHealthcare.com
KoopChiropractic.com
LeesburgRental.com
Luzhou0355.com
MagOrder.com
MichelangelosRestaurant.com
ModernForgeIndiana.com
ModernWorldImports.com
MVChamber.org
NEZG.com
nhfonline.org
nziq.com
OAEW.com
OrderMyPhoto.com
PhobiaFree.com
PolyXMass.org
PotionCoin.com
ShadowsRadio.com
SimpleSample.com
Soft3k.com
StaugustineCatholicChurch-Neworleans.org
SustainableMan.org
SUZG.com
SYGyms.com
TheNewFereret.com
TheObjectReport.com
UAMartialArts.com
WebModels.net
WhiteClothGallery.com
Yaluhi.com
Zisuge.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good
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4 comments

  1. Mark Tune

    Shane, a great example in your post today that people have to work hard in a smart way (not necessarily book smart). I agree…it is all about execution. Thanks for your insight!

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