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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 12th, 2020

Escrow.com

First. Happy Easter to all who celebrate. Love to all of you, your families, and those you care about. Whether you celebrate it or not its still a good day to call or connect with those you care about.

Had a good sale of Happy Grow dot com that I talked about earlier and now that its complete I can talk about how it came about. The initial offer came through Efty and it was an opening offer of $5K. That was a pretty good opening offer so I knew we had a good starting point. I also knew that I paid less than $500 for it in 2018. But just because I got a good deal didn’t mean I didn’t know the value. In my industry of horticulture this is the kind of name you build a company around. It was easily worth mid five figures if somebody had the same thoughts. This company did. They were in horticulture and the more we talked the more we realized we had a lot in common and had more to talk about after the sale.

The deal did close in the low five figures. It originally was going to be the $5K downpayment and then monthly payments with a kicker at the end. Originally it was going to go through escrow.com but they wanted to get the project going and getting verified there was going to take to long for them so they just wired the entire amount instead. No waiting, no monthly, the whole amount. The entire process took 2 days and I paid zero fees for the whole transaction. The perfect sale.

While COVID has hurt the economy dramatically and hurt so many local businesses, I am probably as fortunate as anyone can be. Everyone is stuck at home and wants to garden so the nursery is having a banner year and my domain sales are off to a record start as well. I almost feel guilty prospering during hard times but I do feel like I’ve worked hard to put myself in this position. I know I’ve worked hard to innovate and pivot to keep safe and still work. And domain investing was always made to provide extra income and it is. I choose plants because it was the right lifestyle for me and my family. I could have made more doing other things but its proving more than ever that it was the right choice 25 years ago. There have been days I’ve regretted doing it as my friends were making so much more money than me. They played while I worked two jobs . Nurseryman by day, domain investor by nights. But all things work out for those that push forward. And this will be the case for all businesses in these times. Just keep pushing forward and doing what you can and it will eventually work out.

Domain of the Day: Camellia.com The name, the flower. Doing better than all the people that wanted thought it would

Quote of the Day:Ships don’t sink because of the water around them; ships sink because of the water that gets in them. Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside you and weigh you down.” 

Park.io Names at Auction or Dropping

Sherpa.io This is going to do very well

BillyGoat.io Nice good old American brand

CI.vc The rare two letter vc

17.gg Don’t think I’ve seen a NN.gg drop before

Headquarters.io Top .io at auction today

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Auction

BTCE.com An LLLL.com with BTC in it under $2K is a good buy IMO

LimeSpark.com Two great keywords. Not a bad brand for $79

IDoMyBest.com I hope your best is good enough. No bids

MedicalSavings.com GoodRX has been killing it and this name would fit that same category

22C.com Great name but the reserve takes away all the fun

BushHawk.com Sounds like some outdoor vehicle or equipment

Garpo.com A 5L with no bids

InventoryLive.com Inventory management software all the way

RXC.com I think this meets reserve and sells

Godaddy Domains With Bids

88889.com A six figure drop

AmericanInvestmentBank.com Used to be a real bank in the 2000s. No reason it couldn’t be again

YogaYoga.com Probably the highest price I’ve seen a repeating keyword go for

BirdSandBees.com I put a bid in at $2800 and still outbid. I’m going to have to think a little more about the next leg up. Love the name

GoldDrop.com a couple plants have this name if that means anything

MedicalCorps.org Sounds legit. I figure if the name is good enough that people would give money to it without knowing the history then its a pretty good name

BigPet.com Short and tells you exactly what the business is about. The perfect marketing name

Melange.com Getting a pretty good price for being a city in Angola

DroneMan.com Good name for a drop ship drone website

BeUnstoppable.com Great thought. I love these mantra names

WebTrip.com What we’re all taking right now

BigResults.com Gets you excited about what’s coming up

LifesBest.com Feel good name

RemoteCoach.com RemoteCoaching.com just sold for $3800. this one is at $380

RedStack.com Sounds like a tech company that’s been around for a decade

WildAcres.com Taken in 12 extensions and 21 years old

529555.com the triple 5s brings a triple K

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

KickOff.tv

BTCCash.net

TheHills.net

Gallotti.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

01495.com
0To60Fitness.org
14377.com
3168999.com
36886.com
40kforums.com
44318.com
4DownFiles.net
66784.com
699989.com
8HoursLater.com
AAFJacksonville.org
Abece.com
ActiveIdea.com
Aidni.com
AntiguaBrewery.com
ArcadiaAles.com
art-litteram.com
ArtistsUnlimited.com
ATMCash.com
Auster.com
AuthorSandSpeakersNetwork.com
BestVapor.com
BitcoinMerchants.com
BizPad.com
BlueMelsTaunt.com
BrickVault.com
BrockMetal.com
Calmicro.com
Calpundit.com
CaringFirst.com
cheahabrewingcompany.com
ChinaSmoke.com
ClayDesign.com
Code3.net
CoinPin.com
CoolGizmoToys.com
CoupArk.com
CreateMore.com
CSSM.com
DakotaCenter.com
DataForLife.com
DeltaMetals.com
dientuvienthong.net
DiscoverWines.com
DotZip.com
Emigrare.info
FilmSNMovies.com
FitHealthy.org
FTUM.com
FullyPCGames.com
Furiamag.com
GlamAsia.com
GreenBuildingsnyc.com
GreenerDays.com
HardVidz.com
Harvest365.com
holygrailcincy.com
Icinfo.com
IndianVanityCase.com
Initial.net
iTowers.com
jbzzx.com
JCSolutions.com
JFSOnline.org
kekacase.com
kenlynews.com
KoalKeel.com
KTip.com
KWShop.com
LadyGood.com
LivingFreeJennifer.com
MagicRealty.com
MaintenanceResources.com
MaxTheme.net
MilParade.com
MostExtreme.org
OakLandbookFestival.org
OmniPole.com
opsecteam.org
ParkwayPlaza.com
PetsDirectories.net
Phony.net
PopUpArchitect.com
PremierCareBathing.com
PrepaidWireless.com
PresScrew.com
PrudnikOff.com
PubRecord.org
RabiesControl.net
RJGI.com
seay-inspections.com
SeoSoda.com
ShopWithMe.com
Smom.com
Siude.com
SocialClout.com
SocialHarmony.com
SoulBlog.com
StoppingPower.info
Strikeouts.com
Sutura.com
Tangoriki.com
TheJonasProject.org
themoneyblogs.com
TheNewtownBand.com
ThePeacefulWarriors.org
TheUnmentionablesGlobal.org
UFGZ.com
UFZM.com
URMY.com
Utilitrack.com
VideoVista.net
VidMoon.com
VirtualAdapt.com
WDJR.com
Wow-tr.com
WowAll.com
xq158.com



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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 12th, 2020”

  1. Congrats Shane on your great sale!

    The best part is “I also knew that I paid less than $500 for it in 2018. But just because I got a good deal didn’t mean I didn’t know the value.”

    Best wishes!

  2. Nice sale, Shane.

    I remember when you wrote about its acquisition. It’s not that you’re just being lucky as you saw the potential right from the start.

    One question, what were your lander settings when the buyer came along? Was it listed with make offer only or BIN + make offer?

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