Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday November 19th, 2018

Nov 19 2018

I bought a pretty good domain name the other day.  I talk about it on today’s Domain Sherpa show. The domain is  Some question why I talk about it publicly.  There are three reasons. One, its public info.  If you want to find out how much I paid for it you merely have to go to Namebio or Travis’ Auction Roundup that he posts each day. Both of those have most of the auction results and I bought this at auction. Two, I have been open and honest on this blog for 9 years and 5 months.  I have pretty much posted everything I am buying and why I am buying it every single day.  It has opened me up to criticism over the years because many of my purchases have been losers.  But that’s part of learning and the journey.  How can I tell my story if I leave the details out?  It makes no sense to me why a blogger would try and tell you a story and leave all the important data out.  All we really care about is the name and the price.  It would be like a football game that went like this

A guy ran forward some distance.  It was a nice run.  Good blocking is an important part of a good run. The left tackle is one of the first people you want to draft because he protects the blind side of a right handed quarterback.  If he is left handed then the RIGHT tackle become more important. One of the teams is now winning. The game will end at some point in time.

That’s what my domain stories look like without names and prices.  And finally, if the buyer knows what I paid I don’t really care.  I own the domain and if they want it I am allowed to price it however I want.  If I find a rare bowl at a house sale and I buy it for $12 and I can resell it for $10,000 then what I paid has no relevance.  I feel the same way here.  I found the name.  I spent the time bidding in the auction and now its mine to do with it whatever I choose.  I cannot lose leverage in a domain negotiation if I own the domain.  The battle for final price is a battle with myself on what I am willing to let it go for.  Some times the guy that wants to sell at a lesser price and to move on wins and some times the guy that loves the domain too much and won’t let it go for anything but a great price wins.  Either way, the buyer knowing the last sale price doesn’t effect anything than his initial feeling that he might get it cheaper than it really is.   And I may throw a wrench in this one because I am thinking about teaming up with a promotional product manufacturer locally and rebranding the company.  Of course I’ll blog about it when we do it.  Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price


Quote of the Day:  “Give a man a fish and you can feed him for a day.  Deport him and you will never have to feed him again”  -Donald Trump

 Domain of the Day:  It’s funny because one B and its kind of an organized crime feel to it.  Two Bs and its a cool group of people online.

Namejet and Sedo Names and Others  Reserve under $1000 so it has a chance to sell  If I sold bear proof canisters I would want to own this one.  No bids, expiry name  As seen on Tv.  Have a hole in you car?  Better than duct tape  No reserve.  Means “Scramble” in Romanian if that means anything   All things could use a little of this.  Met reserve  Don’t have to sell many pieces to pay for the domain.  Closes today  Met reserve at $6,000

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   1996 birthday.  I can’t think of a better thing to have a page about   Reformat the hard drive so you can start learning again  Young as in youthful or as in the designer’s last name   Getting bids for the 1.3 million backlinks   We can them baton girls but we can’t use the word girls any more so we’ve gone to twirlers.  So yes, it will be an adult name eventually  Godaddy sure does love healthy names.  Always values them high.  Must have sold enough that the history knocks the value up


Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids    Nice little with no bids  A type of trading called Value Price Analysis    An easy to say, spell brand  Who doesn’t love chocolate   Highly collectible area   Billions spent on charms and knick knacks  Blog name or domain brand site  The green industry is full of brands like this one.  no bids Yes Yes  It’s a saying in the US, “the sweet outdoors” .  People have taken it on as a brand as well Since we’re on the outdoors and nature The treats sell as well if not better than the bud

The Rest of the Names With Bids

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. Ken O'Brien

    IMO you made a good buy with If I recall the domain sold on a Friday and I was in the middle of working on that weekends football games. I had the domain on my watch list but I still missed the auction. I’m curious what you would have paid because my max was more than you paid for it. If you would like to flip it for a quick profit please let me know.

  2. chris gera

    Shane, your transparency is much appreciated. is an upgrade for several sites, of course, so you have a built in insurance policy. Screw any critics. Good buy.

  3. Robin Ong

    Hi Shane. I guess this is one of your few lengthy post. Sometimes I wonder, how would investors gauge numerical dot com. You are the expert. is bludy good for branding. Simple and memorable.
    Anyway, Shane, how about you give some thoughts of one domain I bought? ? Looking forward to your comments. Thanks.


      1. Robin

        Yes Shane. It’s a terrible injury. When I saw the graphic, to be shocked was an understatement. Hey but it is one word, and I have always wished for a one-word dictionary word and its a dot com. May not come to much, maybe some NGO might find some use for it, I’ll give it to them. Thanks for the comment!

    1. Travis M.

      As for gauging numerical dot com values, give a look. Lots of sales history and charts for 2N – 7N+. And yea, degloving… I had no idea what it was and wish I still didn’t.

    2. Travis M.

      One-word dictionary names are not hard to come by. There are many you can hand-reg, and they drop every day and can be had for $8. That’s because the dictionary is filled with words that no business would ever use. Unfortunately, degloving is probably one of those words. Even if it might logically have some secondary use with something like baseball gloves, the real definition will prevent anyone from using it. Your best bet is going to be a death metal band, and that’s about it. Time to find a new word.

  4. Juan

    Hi Shane,

    Everyday I read your blog, I’ve been doing this for years, of course I will keep doing it and it helps me a lot in many ways. Thanks.

    Anyways, I really don’t think that Today’s “Quote of the day” was a good one, in fact I think it was a very bad one.

    Have a nice day.

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