Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday March 11th, 2019

Mar 11 2019

Escrow.com

 

Remember when everyone was buying 3D printer names like crazy?  How about VR names?  Drones?  All of these are still massively popular items but yet the domain side of thing has sizzled to nothing.  Why? Because regardless of the product or what the company does, brands will always rule marketing.  Nobody wants to put what they do in the title anymore because there is so much pivoting and expansion.  If they do label, they will go as broad as possible.

This is the reason for the immense increase in price for one word dot coms.  They can be used by almost anyone and it doesn’t pigeonhole a company.   The name no longer needs to tell the story.  We have plenty of media options where you can read it. 40 years ago there weren’t references to quickly go and find out what they did so you would tell them in your name.  Now you see a name, Google it, and find out everything you wanted to know about that company.   It’s also the reason all those “hot” names are still in the hands of the people that bought them or in the next person that bought in to the hype.

I realize not everyone can buy one word dot coms. Especially at their prices.  But you can apply the same marketing ideas to your purchases of two word or made up names.   That’s why I say Color+Animal is a good brand.  Red Rooster or Blue Dolphin is a nice brand.  Things to think about before you buy Great3DPrinter.com  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.

Quote of the Day: ” Stay away from negative people. they have a problem for every solution ” – Albert Einstein

Domain of the Day:  Snapster.com   Snap is a big enough word when it comes to photography that I think you are safe from Snapchat.  Just depends what you do with it

 

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

DomainCollector.com  Met reserve at $79.  I believe we have a few in this industry

FairGov.org and FairGov.com For hundreds of years people have been asking for this

EnvyFitness.com  Upgrade name for dozens of companies in the fitness market

HempFind.com    The Leafly of hemp

Portfolio of 25 Domains:  Reserve met at $35.  VideoStreamLive.com, BestNetwork.org and more

LesbianVR.com  A few bids on this one.  You’ll be able to do pretty much anything you want in VR soon

SpeakFrench.com  Has a strong opening bid

ColorSplash.com    Fashion or design

Ferocity.com  No reserve.   I like emotional names.  29 bidders

LifeSkills.net   Not sure of the value but such an import part of life we often take for granted.  My Mom taught these to learning disabled students

FlyingHands.com   Already the name of a Music School and Massage company.  Good for anything people do with our hands

LaughTrack.com  I was hoping this one would float through.  Someone got a bid on it so now its open to the world

Soundo.com   Music name all the way

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

FutureGaming.com  I listen to too much rap.  I think of Future the hip hop star when I see this. But I know why everyone else likes it.

FeetPorn.com  You have no idea how big this is.  I remember the Philly Eagles coach being real in to it and they did an article on it and how people trade foot shots

Wope.com   One of those CVCV that is going to do very well and are less and less available each year.  But I don’t see tons on the end user sales list each week.  Probably because they can go for 5 figures wholesale

OPVO.com  I think the return is better on this type.  But probably just because I’m cheap

Incentria.com  an old “we pay you to click” site

GlobalREIT.com   Global Real Estate Investment Trust.    This may have the best resale value of any on the sheet based on end user’s capital

WinningCasino.com   By winning we mean we the owners are going to win

OnlineTips.org  Decent name but the price is more reflective of history and backlinks than name value IMO

InsbestUSA.com   Same here.  A few million backlinks. Not all great but quite a few

Jub.net  and  Nib.net   Two LLL.nets you can pronounce

Piora.com  Nice Italian sounding name. Was a restaurant in NYC that closed but they used a different url

BankSecure.com   I see this as a marketing name more than a name of a real bank.

SimpleAndCrisp.com   The name is OK but the current price is above my value

HobreGolfClub.com   You won’t believe this price

ZippyMaids.com   Sounds like their going to clean up quickly

TDGN.com  In my opinion, if you are going to buy acronym LLLL.com this is the type you want to buy. But don’t buy anything on my opinion.  You are an adult and can take my opinion and do a bunch of reading and eventually realize I don’t know what I’m doing.  I’m only here for my radio voice

Bisell.com  I think this is too confusing.  Not bissell and not buy sell

FreshColors.com  So many uses.  Food, design, or fashion

Jadal.com   Nice pronounceable 5L.com   Name of an Arabic rock band if that means anything

SportingJobs.com  A lot of people dream of making a living in the sports business world

IdeaInstitute.com   Think tank name

ToolFast.com  Like it. Don’t love it.  But I do like Harbor Freight.  I am there every week

 

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

StopPark.com  Solid park and fly name for $12

RoyaltyRates.com There are millions of products that have royalties.  Good name for someone that wants to make a site that lists rates for an industry.  I wish we had one for plants.  I’m always wondering what I’m paying for these new plant patents

SwissKitchen.com  Sounds delicious but I honestly can’t name one Swiss food besides Swiss cake rolls

AquaCoach.com Swim coaching of some kind.  Online or in person

CarMedicine.com You’ll need a prescription from the Car Doctor

LightGrown.com  How most canna is grown.  Under lights

KushDay.com  Every day is Kush day for some

 The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

1000gk.com
19wu.com
36ib.com
43775.com
80cbd.com
99Chairs.com
AdGateway.com
AdSinterActive.com
AmericanAgriTech.com
AmericanCallers.com
Aniysa.com
AlPoFwers.com
BackUpper.com
Badiguoji.com
BareTan.com
BestPictureBlog.com
Bingo2o.com
BoomerEmpowerment.com
BuildAPlane.org
Cad9.com
ClaimSeo.com
DailyMap.com
DalesTrucks.com
Devnix.com
DigitalConstructionNews.com
DinubaPacificTire.com
dominiesny.com
Earnu.com
EastOfLA.com
EcoJack.com
EmsLinux.com
Enkerala.com
FindMyLocal.com
ForLoad.com
Freege8.com
Ganghuigg.com
GiseleIntimates.com
Go-fitspo.com
GoHSS.com
GouTaste.com
Govup.com
GreatWallOfOakland.org
gxyhly.com
HeaterSales.com
HombreGolfclub.com
HongzeGroup.com
hugh-panaro.net
InfoPlaces.net
jsz08.com
k788.com
ka8pay.com
Kulux.com
Lahcn.com
LaikaMontreal.com
Lomothai.com
LoopOnline.com
maths-in-medicine.org
MaxByGraves.com
MeetPepper.com
Mihuowang.com
MoInstall.com
MomoRialCards.com
MyLolita.com
newd2event.net
njcx888.com
njsiyi.com
NKSColormaker.com
OnlyDental.com
Page2Go2.com
PalmOasisMassage.com
phpre.com
PicturesCollections.com
Play-Store.com
PornGogo.com
PortlandPreserve.com
RawBalance.com
RealFood4RealPeople.com
RealSoundLab.com
RTaow.com
sdtzldjc.com
ShaunBloodWorth.com
SimpleAndCrisp.com
softwaresb.com
SunySeoCompany.com
suwaiwai.com
SwissInsider.com
TeraToday.com
TheHomePeople.com
tivolicostadelsol.com
TorontoVisitorGuide.com
ToyScore.com
VoteLane.com
WeAreMassIV.com
WestHeat.com
wjz5688.com
xvld.org
y-me.org
YourTaxman.com
ytchengyou.com
ytztst.com
yzwqzc.com
zggdhb.com
zgjs360.com
zgonglue.com
zkzxh.com
zumaonlinegames.com
Zutu.net

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5 comments

  1. Bar

    Great advice in the commentary today. I usually follow this advice but sometimes I forget it and need to be reminded.

    You see a lot of “your best ___ names” threads on namepros that are very popular, yet 96% of the names are junk, or fool’s gold.

    Which is bad because it makes people think they should be buying these kinds of names. Sometimes I subconsciously fall for it, and end up buying an overly specific names, then regret it later.

    So, I guess the moral of the story is that joining Namepros a couple of weeks ago has made me a worse domain investor. Let me get an invite to the dsad inner circle so I can interact with people who know what they’re doing?

  2. Mike

    haha a Future / rap mention!!! That’s not something I ever thought I’d see here. You’re the man Shane. I’ve followed DSAD for 2+ years now and really enjoy your stories and commentary on the names. I always look forward to the DomainSherpa episodes with you in them too.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Thanks Mike. Sorry about missing the approval on the comment. Since you were a new comment it threw you in spam. I appreciate you taking the time. I’m old but been in the rap game since Polly Wog Stew/Beastie Boys

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