Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday July 2nd , 2018

Jul 02 2018

Escrow.com

I just want to make sure you understand.  You are dumb for buying new Gs and smart for buying dot com.  If you don’t I can write another article telling you how dumb you are.  I have it in me.  I will throw in a few statistics, some stories of my incredible dot com sales, my lack of New G sales, and berate you in the middle.  Just let me know and I can have two or three articles about it up by 2pm today.

In reality I can tell you want people REALLY want to read.  It is not just domain investing, it’s pretty much every industry. Here is what readers want

  1. How did you make all your money?
  2. Tell ME how to make the same amount of money
  3. Tell me how you’ve spent the money and what I can look forward to

I have made all me side hustle money covering one or all three of three of those questions in different industries.  As I became more successful personally I started adding my perspective into the mix.  But one thing I learned that every reader is all about them. That’s not bad, that is the reality of all human beings.   While the writing can be all about me, even the personal stuff in my life, it is only successful if it resonates with readers and they can relate to it.  I’ve never been good at saying someone is stupid.  I’ve been much better at talking about the great things that have happened in my journey and the stupid things I’ve done along the way.

Now here is today’s names I bid on at auction and the results.  At the beginning of the month I saw a domain at Godaddy I wanted.  I don’t usually say I HAVE to have a name but I liked this one enough that I was willing to go a little higher than most would think its worth at auction.  The name was The Trail dot com .   I like the outdoors and this name is a great name for anything outdoors.   I also like The names that have a good keyword.   I put in a bid of $1100 and figured that would keep me in the bidding.  I was pretty sure it wouldn’t be enough but would last until the latter part of the auction and then I can decide what I want to do.  It made it until 1 pm, just like I thought.  Once my bid was outbid I decided I was willing to go higher.  I randomly picked a number of $1648 and decided if it went higher than that then someone else could have it.  I got back to work and actually forgot about the bid until I was checking emails later in the day and saw the congratulations email.  131 bidders later I won the name at $1565.    A price I am very good with and I can add the name to my other name I own GoHike.com  And as I write this I realize I forgot to add the name to Afternic and put a lander on it.  So as soon as I finish the list I’ll get that done.  Here are today’s names at auction. Click to see current price

Quote of the Day:  If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.”     -Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Domain of the Day:  GiantMoney.com         Good financial name but I really think that it should be a site where you order those Giant Checks

 

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Netting.org   If you sell netting (bird, fish, shade, packaging) this would be a good name for you.  When I asked the seller  who would want the name he sent me a list of 300 people that are in the netting business. And that the keyword is taking in 60 extensions.

Wendo.com   5L with a reasonable reserve

WebCannabis.com  Betting on canna becoming completely legal

ConnectWare.com  1994 domain if you are adding older domains to your portfolio

CoderLab.com  I always wonder if coders like to be called coders.  Or if they like Software Engineers

LifePros.com Only one bidder.  Lifehacker site

M.Work     Please ignore this one.  Its a new G doing well

Dog.Life  Again, look away

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ChainNow.com   Chain names sell but I wouldn’t want chain in my company name because I may want to be known for more than just using blockchain

EliteFinancing.com   “Lending money only to people that don’t need to borrow money”

ChoicePay.com    Lending or P2P money

LiteCoinSportsbook.com    Litecoin does solve the credit card deposit and withdrawal problem

ComfortPro.com   Upgrade name for a few.  Most results are for Air Conditioning

CardVault.com    What comes up on Google is RFID protection for credit cards but can be a lot more things than that. 18 years old and 21 bids

DropMedia.com   The next DropBox

FXZQ.com  and NWKM.com   They will close at around $1200 like these kind always do. Lets see if I’m correct

XGHG.com   And this one I’ll say $1500

Lexxx.com   Godaddy values it at $4800 and it is actually getting some good bids.  650,000 google results as well.  I admit it does look cool. Maybe its the triple X

PureHome.com   One of the top names on the board today.  Much higher price than I thought it would go for

GlamRock.com   Who doesn’t love men in makeup?

Slinder.com  All I can think of is Slinder man

FiresideChats.com   best known for the FDR speeches. Time to bring them back

Bozog.com  5L.com getting a few bids

478777.com  Godaddy’s valuation tool has a number problem.  It doesn’t understand their value

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

ADotCom.com Remember, the only type of domain you can buy and make money.  1996 birthday

VibrantThings.com What? No Q-Tip fans here?  OHHH ViVrant not Vibrant. Still one of the best beats of all time

OversizeHauling.com   There are companies that specialize in this.  They’ll take down electric wires, anything to get it there.  I have seen them move a house 50 miles away.  Crazy

EggRocket.com  Here because its memorable

AFight.com  Boxing or MMA name.  No bids

FuneralTraders.com No value.  Just curious what in the heck you would use this name for

Krekk.com  Nice looking name. At $12 . 2003 birthday

TooFine.com  No bidders on this name about good looking stuff

StemCellSelect.com  Stem Cells are the future of medicine

StoutCoffee.com 30,000 backlinks in case you want to resurrect the brand

NeverAge.com  I like the thought. I imagine it will get old eventually

Godaddy Names With Bids

 

0756wcyy.com
247supportservices.com
322233.com
355686.com
700077.com
7Forum.net
876998.com
8forum.net
90830.com
AceHighWine.com
AdamGordon.com
AnimationToolWorks.com
Arizona.me
AutismColorado.info
BargainHouse.com
BitcTrade.net
Boncville.com
ButterflyRug.net
Cannabisee.com
CargoPay.com
CCQBio.com
CLDMemphremagog.com
CryptoTradingBot.com
DanyeWap.com
DearWolf.com
DelMarRealEstate.net
DiscountElectronicCigarettes.com
DiscountWallpapers.com
DQChic.com
ExodusSandals.com
ExpertNetworking.com
FilmesOnlinExpro.biz
FirstResidence.com
FoodNewsJournal.com
FootballFinance.com
Forumj.net
FreeMediaEntertainment.com
FriendlyGiantsDogRescue.com
FriendsOfFortPointChannel.org
FriendsTravelsOnline.com
FunkItUp.com
GenMarkAutomation.info
GreyhoundBusSchedules.com
HickoryRidgeGolf.org
HolisticBoard.org
iKnowers.com
JobIndiaNews.com
KN0455.com
LearnAboutCrypto.com

losmovies.com
LQEI.com
Luxianying.com
MassageTherapyByJenn.com
MrGoldenTeeth.com
OrbsRestaurant.com
OrionCoin.com
PerrierByDita.com
PiphupShare.com
Piskotki.net
PremierPlumbingLeakDetection.com
PTheme.com
RainbowVillage.com
Remit.org
Senyugufen.com
SpiritWorkScenter.com
SZSolarepc.com
TennisOrbit.com
Tourist5.com
TrustedDealers.com
tslsm.com
UpcomingICO.com
USGaap.com
ValeriaMayPhotography.com
VisitAsk.com
VMall.org
Washifu.com
WoodChair.com
wsffn.org
Yoix.com
Yunlilai.com
ZipBet.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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1 comment

  1. Ategy

    Seems like it’s been a while since I’ve rambled here .. lol .. been so busy with a whole lot of things (including finally finishing my new multi-sheet domain inventory control excel file .. it’s a beautiful monster)! lol
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    As you know I try to grab (what *I* consider good names .. lol) that others have missed and have fallen through the cracks (often even to closeout). It costs me less in terms of dollars .. but there is still the cost of my time going through so many names (as well as future optometry costs .. lol). But that being said .. “TheTrail // dot // com” is way WAY stronger than the average “good” two word domain .. it’s a fantastic brand for a very broad set of possible companies (probably is already a few). I never would have paid $350 for UrbanSoil … and I don’t buy $1500 domains .. but I can very clearly say that even at Wholesale TheTrail at $1500 was a solid get!
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    As for new G’s .. I consider .co’s in that category .. and they have done ok for me. When I got serious about domaining (I have domains for much much longer, but with development dreams .. lol) I started with a whack-ton of .co that looking back I either overpaid for or shouldn’t have bought in the first place … after a month or so I started to only get them on the drop without a drop service “hand catch” (as Josh calls it). But considering all that “learning money” I wasted that first month, since then I’m pretty much even with .co .. it used to be over 30% of my portfolio but now it’s down to about 3% of my portfolio as I only kept the strongest 1-word and 1-keyterm domains. So admittedly I’m not in huge profits with .co (I’m literally even +/- 10%), the fact that I made back all my worst “beginner learning/mistake” money, it makes me a very happy domainer! lol
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    Many many years ago (before I started “domaining”) I grabbed a large amount of dropping .mobi domains at expiration auction with intent of developing tons of micro sites. I didn’t know much about domaining at the time (although I did feel they had value and that resell was a possibility down the road). I spend a good deal of money there .. but looking back I can’t say it was a bad decision because at the time google ranked .mobi equally and even supposedly favoured them on mobile. More importantly I hadn’t heard of Responsive web design yet which would change the business world from absolutely requiring a 2nd (mobile based) website … to a world where it isn’t even though about anymore. Back then (I thought) there was a technical need for .mobi .. which is NOT the same thing for pretty much all the new GTLD’s.
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    Ironically I didn’t even look into any .app domains this time around .. lol. My portfolio is now 87% .com; 3% .org; 3% .co; 2% .biz; 1% .net and the rest are very strong one word/term .tv, .cc, .ws and a couple more. I have one remaining .mobi and that’s my first name and even that is only because it has a grandfathered email credit from GoDaddy that in my head I value at about the same as the renewal.
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    So all that being said .. if you’re very selective with a very smart subset of alternate extensions I do think you can be profitable in non-.com .. but it’s a lot harder and you have to be EXTREMELY stingy with what you buy (well over 99% of ngTLD’s I see registered are beyond horrible and will never have any chance of selling). But they can be good if you’re smart and patient .. In the last year I think I only picked up 2 new .co with one of them being Burgundy // dot // co .. which I have zero regrets grabbing at the price I got it for (because acquisition cost is extremely important)! 🙂
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    OK .. ramble over! Happy in between Canada and USA days! 🙂

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