Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday July 1st, 2019

Escrow.com

So what is the value of having social media exact matching handles?  My answer is a 100% I’m not sure. I I do know that it adds some value and presents a strong marketing package to someone that buys the domain.  We all know that Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are a must have if you have any consumer facing company.  While, like domains, you don’t have to have exact match handles, it certainly makes it easier for consumers to find you and know that the account is legit.  I’m not sure even domain investors know how much money social media accounts go for.  I was trying to by the company that owned a very very good Instagram account to go with a domain I own and I got out bid for $25,000 for the account by a New York Media company.  Yes a marketing company bought the Instagram handle without anything else to go with it . They felt they name was so strong they could build a stand alone business on the name.  I felt the same way and was actually going to build out the Instagram account and reverse package it with a domain that was almost the exact same.   I also bought the company that owned @botany and in just the few months I’ve owned it, I have received one or two offers a week to purchase the name.  Most are low numbers but one was pretty close to what I paid.  Of course I want it to go with the dot com and have zero plans on selling it by itself.

I won’t lie, most purchasers don’t really care about the social media accounts when buying the domains and never even ask.  Its only when they approach me later to buy the social media account that they realize its owned by the same person they bought the domain from.  It’s the same reason why I don’t spend very much to acquire the account.  Many companies just don’t see added value in the social handles.  It was hard enough getting them to pony up for the exact match let alone asking them for more money if I throw in the social handles. 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:  BeachHouse.net  Dot net but .com would be mid five figure name

Quote of the Day:  “My goal is not to be better than anyone else, but to be better than I used to be” ― Dr Wayne W. Dyer

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

TrickPoker.com   Because the real money in poker is made with slight of hand

BrainMaps.com   I know 3 or 4 people that keep their thoughts together by mind mapping

SpiralWave.com   23 years old.  And sounds tough to surf

Aruru.com   A 5L but also an Ancient God of fertility

Tranches.com   A financial term. Means a slice or divided up

VolcanoShop.com  Seems limited yet I still like it.   Could be more than selling volcano souvenirs next to Mount St. Helens

23Dreams.com  Another one limited but just sounds nice

HotSweat.com    Delicious

InsaneLabs.com   A bonus of history and backlinks comes with this one

Johl.com    Under $100 at press time

LunchForYou.com  Gets some traffic.  Order lunch

RevPo.com   5L with no bids.  Revenue something

WE.de   Closes soon.  Creeping towards reserve

Shelbyville.com  Up for auction again.  Most states have a city named this but nobody is going to pay this reserve so it will probably come up again for auction soon

Ozby.com  Pronounceable and met reserve.  A good buy under $1500 IMO.  but don’t buy based on my opinion or you’ll upset Greece

HighAdventures.com   Great name.  Could also be used for canna

MobileCuisine.com   Food truck or food delivery

WaterLand.com  What they were hunting for in WaterWorld.   Good waterpark name

NoRest.com   For the Wicked

KCParker.com  Not much value but if I were to make up a fashion brand or eyeglass company it would sound like this

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

875888.com  I should have never sold my 6N that ended in 888.  They’ve actually gone up

IslandVacation.com  The plural would have crushed it but this one isn’t too bad

BotanicalPartners.com  I thought I could get this for $12 but people are already jumping on it

FaucetLabs.com   TokenFaucet.com sold for $21K recently so why not

CBLA.com  Sounds like a LLLL.com that I would buy.  And yes I’m buying again because I am addicted to LLLL.com as a store of value

PersonalCoaches.com   Online coaching is growing as quickly as anything in fitness

Rimbit.com A type of crypto so I imagine it goes higher from here but then again all domains at auction pretty go higher from the morning I post these so thats a stupid statement

BeAWitness.org   Jehovah’s Witness should want this for recruitment.  Better than coming to my door and giving me little pamphlets

FatigueMats.com  I use them all over the nursery for people that stand a lot.   Affiliate site all the way

Teigen.com  Chrissy would probably like this

CandyBank.com  I would only make withdrawals

OrganicBee.com  Honey and honey based products

GUD.org  This one is pretty Gud

WiggingOut.com  Not sure what someone would do with it but we all know the term

GrowthInvesting.com   One left over from yesterday’s investing names

FreshAndHealthy.org  Healthy and dot org go together fairly well

LittlePlace.com  Little houses, daycare

Shiit.com  I only see Shit

SunNation.com  I like this better than “Salt Life”

YouAreAnIdiot.org  Oh the fun you’d have with this one

MelanomaCenter.com   Cancer specialist.  Good CPC as you can imagine

RealFocus.com  Makes me think of something visual

BBGlobal.com  1999 domain.  Prestige Worldwide

CenterPay.com   Pay domains seem to always do well at auction

OceanPeak.com  Love this one brah

SalesSoftware.com   A bit generic but will probably still sell for 4 figures

LondonKitchens.com  Some of the most expensive real estate in the world means they are probably spending a few quid on their kitchens

 

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

Vaman.com

TheBeach.net

PartyLabs.com

MagicMoose.com

ShortBurst.com

PalmMotors.com

TaskTiger.com

CollectiblesStore.com

GrowEye.com

SexWithGirls.com

OJackets.com

EnergyCage.com

MaternityLab.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

222369.com
77tejia.com
910My.com
999668.com
a3j.com
Acuangel.com
ada-online.com
AllTalkRadio.net
AsiaFly.com
Avishai.com
BetterInstaller.com
BeyondRace.com
bfbwh.com
Bigiot.com
Biluoshan.com
BlackHamTransfers.com
CaserOnPorteno.com
cbdvn.com
ChinaFlower.com
ClowesHall.org
clp-bangladesh.org
ConCoin.com
DesignsOfWonder.com
EagleFlooring.com
ElmwoodFamilyDentistry.com
FamePictures.com
FDMA.org
Finland-Tourism.com
FitnessRevolution.com
Futaist.com
Gayaw.com
GoodMorningCenter.com
GTumb.com
HiEspresso.com
HindiRemedy.com
HorseManiac.com
HugoAndElsa.com
ImmunodiaLab.com
jusheng88.com
jylzyy.com
KarmaTycoon.com
KPBooks.com
LakeJordanMarina.com
LoveToCare.com
lycnjdwx.com
MexicoRestaurant.net
MinervaCenter.com
NowDaily.com
OneDock.com
pdaphones.com
PhotoGaleria.com
pj666.com
ProvideMortgages.com
RouterGod.com
SecureRealEstatePhoenix.com
SevenLionsChicago.com
SpotlightHeroes.com
SteamerColumbia.org
SuitcaseTV.com
TFapp.com
theearlybirdcr.com
TPortal.com
Tursiops.org
Turubari.com
UpperRoomProgram.org
UsCannabisCoalition.org
VoteOjeda.com
WeddingLinksGalore.com
WeimengPro.com
WestcoastClassic.com
WhartoncountyCourthouse.com
whfy100.com
Xingtaili.com
XJES.com
xznlp.com
ynccjm.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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