Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday April 29th, 2019

Apr 29 2019

Escrow.com

 

I’m learning more and more about the value of social media handles.  Our company acquired the Instagram handle @botany to go with Botany.com and in the two weeks we’ve owned it we’ve had five inquiries to buy it.  3 have opened with a direct message saying its for a hobby or school project, 2 said it was for their company.   So its pretty much the exact same as domains.

Also similar to domains is that nobody responds after you tell them its not for sale.  And its not.  It is part of Botany.com and if they want the handle they have to buy the domain.  I didn’t acquire it to resell.  I bought it because I think social media is an important part of branding and having Twitter and Instagram exact matches only increases the value.

On a side note, you’ve heard I’ve become a big honey fan so I bought HoneyLife. com .   Not really a premium name but a great brand for someone to sell honey. Looks good in print, lets people know exactly what the site is about, and passes the radio and spelling test.  So I bought it.  Another one I will probably never build out but its there if I want to.   I do have the hives now so I am making product as we speak.   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:  CoffeeTruck.com      I always wondered why I don’t see more coffee trucks

Quote of the Day:  Anyone who has spent a few nights in a tent during a storm can tell you: The world doesn’t care all that much if you live or die.” — Anthony Doerr

 

 Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

 

Snuuty.com    Pretty solid brandable with no bids

Zerwi.com    One more

Bargain.Cruises   I’m going to admit. I had no idea there was a dot cruises

LivePlant.com    The plural is much better but for the price its not a bad name

AbsoluteSolutions.com  No reserve.  Sounds like they’re going to have an answer

TheCabinet.com  No reserve, expiring name.    Politics or the kitchen

AthleticRehab.com    No bids.  Every athlete has gone through this at some point

God.xyz    Pretty sure God wouldn’t use a newG

IEMe.com   1998 birthday.   example: Me

PurpleJuice.com    Very memorable.  Athletic, alcohol or kids drink

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

GreenYoga.com   The favorite color of the yogaist

BitMarkets.com  Take off the S and this is a 5 figure domain, more back in the peak

Educlick.com   Godaddy likes it. 1999 birthday and a few good PR backlinks

HolyCows.com  Aaron from here at DSAD did pretty well with HolyCow.com  but this is considerably worse

MinCraft.com   The price is all for the typo of MineCraft

SpamX.com   Not sure what you would do with it but people are liking it

TrueAssets.com  Asset management all the way

555755.com    That’s a whole lotta 5s  .  Actually not as high as I thought it would go

TongTang.com  your typical crazy priced Chinese name

Plethico.com   Like a Spanish plethora

LaunchTool.com  “Let us help you get started”

Instapros.com     Going to be some kind of instagram related company

SiliconDreams.com    A lot of them are fulfilled in Silicon Valley

IslandPilot.com   If you’re looking for a pilot to island hop

 

Good list of LLLL.com Today

EXLF.com

GLWF.com

IMOA.com

UIWU.com

KQMN.com

 

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

CenturySquare.com    Upgrade name for dozens of companies.  We have one in our town

PocketShots.com   Drink on the go

Podki.com   I think podcasting when I see this

WellMakers.com  Great name for a well installer
I’m either tired or picky but I just didn’t see any no bid names that caught my eye.  More for you

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

QEIP.com has one of the best domain sales newsletters in the biz.  Also taking listings of high quality 
223328.com
336676.com
571144.com
633816.com
633855.com
633858.com
633876.com
633885.com
677718.com
69Company.com
833886.com
880029.com
880511.com
929876.com
AbcFavors.com
AllStarWeekendCharlotte.com
Armatuur.com
BabaImage.com
BeFeng.com
Birraphilly.com
BittFlex.com
BlackPearlsAudio.com
BoardPortal.com
Boutique-Nature-Bio.com
ByMe.net
CasinoCash.info
Chapal.com
CloudBenefits.com
CTESolutions.com
CurseOfTheBlackGoldBook.com
DependableAppliance.net
DVita.com
EatStayDo.com
Economics-Charts.com
ElkBar.com
FinancialTaskForce.org
FortniteOG.com
FreeArtsMinnesota.org
FurnitureAndDesignIdeas.com
GamingHippo.com
GearsTV.com
GoodElder.com
HansoTools.com
HeritageCity.com
HowYouCanFindLove.com
HZVictory.com
IIBrand.com
InnerGem.com
IsBad.com
JazzFestFalmouth.org
KineticSocial.com
LeeFoo.com
LeoGold.com
LifestyleLiving.com
Lizatom.com
MaxLandisWrites.com
MediaTours.com
medicarepartd.org
MerchantHouseLondon.com
Moesomalia.net
Monstra.org
Movisoft.com
Ofsted.com
OnlineBlackjackList.com
OnlineBusinessPlan.com
OnlineToCall.com
OnlineWebConsultants.com
OrManForKansas.com
OrManForSenate.com
OurGirls.com
PlattEdu.com
Practik.com
pratecnet.org
pyyd8.com
ReadJob.com
RealEstateInsiderMag.com
RegalCleaners.com
Rokiu.com
SecretsOfficial.com
sironaconsulting.com
SmartGrids.co
Sorelleinpentola.com
symbianware.com
Techiest.com
TGSLabs.com
Twittorati.com
TypingAtHome.net
u42.com
u7baba.com

UniversalSportsNews.com
UruguayInForMe.com
UsBoundary.com
VGInterface.com
Vietcong-Game.com
VivaPay.com
voipservice4u.com
VrCoder.com
WellMakers.com
wjuc2018.com
WorldDigitalLibrary.org
yijiazhilv.com
ym225.com
YorkshireTerrierBreederList.com
YouthPoint.com
Yunqiit.com

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7 comments

  1. Tom

    I’m a big honey fan myself. We had several hives on my family farm growing up and I’d love to start doing it again in the future.

    As for the social media handles I’m wondering how do you get in touch with people or how do they contact you? What if there is no email listed on one you want? I don’t know of a whois for social handles haha. Are you putting an email or something in the description for business inquiries? This is all very interesting to me.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      There are ways to contact them. A DM is a start. That is how people contact me. Tracking down people that own them is the skill. Nobody really wants to give up secrets. And again. I am not doing to resell. Only to acquire matching for my domains

      1. Tom

        I didn’t even think of DMs – duh!
        I should have capitalized on this kind of thing back in the day. I made a lot of money off instagram as I got into marketing for it prior to FB buying it. I could have secured so many of the best handles.

  2. Anthony

    The largest social media deal I have personally conducted is £6K for a twitter handle. This was completed through Escrow but I’m pretty sure they stopped dealing with these type of transactions. I am also pretty sure that buying a handle was against ToS at the time too.

    There must be a fair few of these types of deals that happen, unreported. Annoyingly, there are swathes of names taken by people who are not using them, are uncontactable and who cannot lose them as they are not paying a yearly price. There is a very good market for Twitter monikers that are not being utilized by the company.

    A Namejet for social media handles would clean up.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Anthony,

      It is again TOS to buy and sell. But I don’t think acquiring for your business a matching handle would be or at least they wouldn’t enforce it. As I said above. I only buy matching handles. Never sold just a handle and won’t. These deals happen every day. And yes, so many incredible handles sit their idle but Twitter doesn’t care.

      1. Tom

        That’s the best/safest way to go about it in the end Shane.
        I think there are ways to get idle handles by reaching out to twitter if its been over x amount of years of inactivity as it’s something I looked into and read about in the past.

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