Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday August 20th , 2018

Aug 20 2018

Escrow.com

Not a lot of time for chit chat today.   Driving across Canada the last day.  Stopped and saw Niagra falls, Toronto, a bunch of vineyards.  And I squeezed in 14 miles of running along the old Erie canal tow road outside of Syracuse before the journey.    One thing I noticed all day in Canada is that EVERY single radio ad had the url end in .CA.   Even International brands used the .ca for Canada division.   I knew that Canadian companies used .ca frequently but had no idea pretty much everyone does.   Surprising that the .ca market isn’t bigger. I know there is a market but there seems to be only a few people that actually make money in the reseller market.  On a side note, Canadian tourist locations like Niagra Falls are exactly like every tourist place I’ve been all over the world.  75% Chinese and Middle Eastern.   Had no idea Toronto was 10% Chinese as well.   Nothing wrong with it but for some reason I expected to go to Canada and see milky white skinned people with crooked hats saying “Aboot” all the time. And that’s why I travel.  To see it in person   Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price

Quote of the Day:  No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.”-Heraclitus

Domain of the Day:   Hetian.com      If you predicted this would be a $45,000 domain then you would be correct

 Namejet and Sedo Names 

Mulitvision.com   Top bid getter on the Namjet board

RHD.com  Met reserve so it will sell today

DoubleOven.com  This has been up for auction pretty much every year for 10 years

PrimeTraining.com  A long list of companies that would want this as an upgrade name

Buppy.com  Love this one.  So does everyone else

Carrots.org   Met reserve.    Actually surprised the .org is going this high

Hooko.com    These types of nounO have traditionally done well at auction.  But AGAIN, ridiculous reserve.  Auctioned back in July the last time I said that

MixTank.com   Only one bid.    Exudes bringing things together

TheFinger.com  Love the name.   The reserve.  Not so much

RacingPicks.com   There is still dog and horse racing.  Just not as many tracks as their used to be

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ThePotStore.com Says exactly what you are selling.  Only one person can have the Official  THE Pot Store

RedCoral.com  If you predicted this would be a 5 figure name then you would be correct

Bleet.com You know I love these.  Admit I only sell a few a year though.  But they pay for all my annual purchases

Kungun.com   Four figures and climbing

Gamesy.com  The sy naming convention continues to hold strong.  Although it was originally used because they were available to hand reg.  Now they cost money

CellGenesys.com   Was a bio tech company.  1994 original registration

BitcoinBank.org   The .org isn’t holding it back

BitcoinBank.net  Ditto except .net

hg2567.com and hg3567.com  These Chinese gambling names continue to tear it up. Almost $2K every time

PCMK.com   I would say $1500 over under right now

Play88.com  going to be a gambling site 100% guaranteed

SYLX.com  Being priced like a pronounceable but really only a little more than a regular CHiP at press time

XOWT.com  The opposite here.  Being priced like a bad letter with vowel LLLL.com

SurfacePros.com   Yeah.  Concrete and other surface products.   But you know Microsoft will be watching

GamingHardware.com  People spend SOOO much on their gaming rigs

Brigette.com  Really cheap for a first name.  Its an alternate spelling but most bidders won’t care

Koudu.com  Another one that people won’t understand why its so expensive

LiveInsights.com   I missed on LiveAnalysis the other day.  This one would have similar use

Digitizer.com   20 year old name but I think it still sound techy enough to be used today

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

CryptoCoinScanner.com  If you get this at $25 and under I think you’ll do fine

KindredTribe.com Sounds like a Hipster Coffee Shop

UnitsForLease.com  Good for putting on the sign outside the apartments

GreatBigArt.com  Not real valuable but only one bidder.  Worth holding a year or two IMO

SheCompany.com  “For females by females”

HealthPremiums.com Insurance name with big CPC but no bids

Creek.co Not a fan of dot co but at $17 I’m paying attention

FlightStandard.com Sounds like a professional air company

OTHER Godaddy Domains With Bids

06550.com
17tsw.com
AnimationForum.net
ArkSurvivalEvolvedCheats.com
AtualizarBoleto.com
Automotivos.com
BabbumModels.com
BackyardOasisPoolsCarolinas.com
BandedMongoose.org
BeautyByLeona.com
BikiniLearningCenter.com
Bistro.co
BloodMoneyFilm.com
BoatCrowd.com
BonusExpress.com
BracketGroup.com
BuckleyChiro.com
BYG.co
CelebrityStorm.com
CheerFactoryGym.com
CityOfBorgerJobs.com
CookPolar.org
CrispWoodlands.com
Dartster.com
dba190.com
deltonaflcarpetcleaning.com
descargarmusicamp3.net
DNHealth.com
Dopesque.com
Dusmesh.com
Enrap.com
Exposed.co
Fernandinabeach-RealEstate.com
FirebrandInfusions.com
Fixxi.com
FortuneShoesLTD.com
GeerDunn.com
GetDealsBlog.us
GharialConservationAlliance.org
gthlw.com
guochangan.com
HackCommunity.com
HampshireMigration.com
HarborTides.com
Helix.co
HelpingHandsDubai.com
HexisCyber.com
HighTuan.com
HireVanPlus.com
HouseDesignerIdeas.com
HowScreenMirroring.com
HPlusWatch.com
HVYF.com
i-gay.org
icityuae.com
IncomeDesigners.com
Isaimeni.com
jjlankawheels.com
JustAdDiceOrchards.com
Kantorjozsef.net
KeshaDaily.com
LabarOnonline.com
LifeAnalysis.com
LincEnergy.com
LiveBigger.com
LoanTank.com
LubbockHospitality.net
ManningStire.com
MathKey.com
MeaCars.com
MeWorks.com
MilamHealth.com
MileKiss.com
Mimicking.com
mind-n-magick.com
MistressCharlotteOfToronto.com
MLH.co
MudWise.com
MySpiritualExercise.com
NewFashionIcon.com
OnLiveGirls.com
ouargla30.com
OutdoorEnthusiasts.com
PangeaSystems.com
PlayhouseSpa.com
PressAuto.net
ProductionTire.com
QCFireworks.com
Reading107fm.com
ReefTopAquariums.com
RezSmokeShop.com
RobotTool.com
SeattleYourHome.com
SecurityFeed.com
ShaunTheBartender.com

Termis.com
TheDisquiet.com
tiniescare.com
TZGV.com
UFDJ.com
UpgradeLife.com
VOVT.com
vpn-server.net
VZRP.com
watchtamiltv.com
Watersnake.net
wcci2016.org
Widesi.com
Woailol.com
wy258.com
xzrd.net
yn887.com
YouThofTheNationApparel.com
yz155.com
ZEZ.co

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3 comments

  1. Richard

    You have to be a Canadian citizen or have a business in Canada to own a .ca – I had one taken from me this year because I am not Canadian.
    I live 45 minutes from Niagara Falls and we never go there – avoid it like the plague. The American side is worthless- Canadians do it right!

  2. chris geras

    Funny, “Niagra” Falls. That is how I said and would have spelled it my whole life until a few days ago when my German friend noticed my domain, NiagraHotel and told me it was wrong. I was POSITIVE that was right and told her that “everyone says and spells it that way”. I was blown away by my mistake. NiagAra Falls – who knew?????


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Chris,

      I got it wrong every time I looked for something there. And evidently spelled it wrong again in the post. Amazing history there. Has been a tourist attraction for 400 years.

      Richard. Going behind the wall is amazing and certainly worth going on the Canadian side. everyone needs to do it once. There is a reason why there are so many people there

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