Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 28th, 2019

Apr 28 2019

Escrow.com

I’ve never quite understood why online based companies that are worth 100 million dollars or more can’t have a coding team that can keep their sites bug free and up to date.  Travis, the IT master of DSAD can tell you better than anyone how bad some of the coding and functionality of the big domain sites.  Probably the best coded site in our industry is Uniregistry.  Unfortunately their prices and overall support just don’t compete with Godaddy so it goes wasted.   As a brokerage and marketplace they are great and their site is smooth and user friendly.   Godaddy is OK but they seem to be constantly trying to rebuild a site that was built in cold war Russia.  Its getting better every day but still has a few flaws.  Namejet.  Poor Namejet.   I know from inside information they have a new team and are working on it.  Expect some big changes in the future.  Hoping that user generated listings is one of the big additions.

PS:  Miracles do happen.  Sold another .ws.   365.ws for $1000.  Only about 27K more to go and I’ll be even

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:  47777.com   Crazy, crazy price 

Quote of the Day:  “Never give up on something you can’t go a day without thinking about” — Winston Churchill

 

 Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

EnergyComparison.com    Great name. Lots of competition for your energy right now.  I get letters in the mail every week

Equipay.com   Sounds official.  I’m sure equifax helps lend it credibility

LightsUp.com   Upgrade name for several companies.  Obviously a lighting company name

CampusCotton.com   I don’t think people realize how big a business greek party clothing is

TWKR.com     I see Tweeker

Iceland.org    Lots of history and backlinks.  And Iceland Air.  They get tens of thousands of visitors to Iceland by offering tickets to Europe at half the price of other airlines but the catch is you have to stop in Iceland

DeviantBehavior.com  Sounds like a band or a clothing line. No bids

TwoKnives.com  Easy logo. No bids

Coltron.com   Sounds like a manufacturing company.  No bids

LilSchool.com   Preschool or Daycare all the way

LearnByExample.com   I’ve heard the term Lead by Example but this sounds like a good tutor name

Kizet.com  Nice 5L.com with only one bid

Victroy.com    No bids.   Sounds like an 80s electronics company.  No bids

Swizr.com   the brand sites may take a name like this

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

PremiumSecurity.com   Online and remote security are killing it

SolarPV.com   Top number of bids on the list today.  Solar will only grow from here

Xeez.com   Pronounceable.  The short names with X in front are a good value in my opinion

SuperFriend.com   A super hero or just a good friend

NinjaMetrics.com   Nobody measures better than ninjas

InGoodTaste.com   Not sure what food sector its going to but pretty sure that’s where its headed

AllFun.com    Sounds like a good time

FNBY.com and  BMFO.com    My two favorite acronym LLLL.com today

Avacar.com  Car sharing.   I only say that because I see car in the name

Meeper.com    Has the feel of  a startup or app right out of the gate

Voxan.com  Decent 5L .  Looks like its going to go for $500 plus though

SteamWhistle.com  Love it.  Retro and cool

InnerMe.com  The Me you really have to work on

GotoEvents.com  Much better than JustStayHomeEvents.com

RelianceAir.com   I feel like their is a Reliance Heating and Air in every city

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

I got a little busy last night so pretend that the no bid or one bid names below (at press time) have some really witty, informative, and life changing comments to the right of each.

Smilea.com   

Waiver.org

ItInYourHands.com

MapWar.com

Fuckter.com

BulkMarijuana.com

CatchStream.com

PartyPipe.com

PainAndPride.com

Nurseria.com

StrongMaker.com

Unlarge.com

TrackCustomers.com

LadyBrains.com

 

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

QEIP.com has one of the best domain sales newsletters in the biz.  Also taking listings of high quality 
086523.com
13254.com
19wgw.com
51mmcall.com
681222.com
818x.com
839578.com
99usd.com
Abamkorie.com
Agrisat.com
AmericasFreedomFest.org
AnxietyPanicAttack.com
AutosOfInterest.com
autostiloveiculos.com
Buonanotte.com
CalvertManorBagels.com
Carelar.com
CBDMode.com
CBDSign.com
ChinaHJQT.com
Cinecite.com
Clipping.net
DamnationBooks.com
DanHaoyo.com
DanHaoyou.com
DarkHorseracing.net
DealOnTheWeb.com
DianWan588.com
DigiCult.org
Dikudu.com
Doelen.com
DownloadHQ.com
DunhuangKun.com
Dyzll.com
e-kfu.com
EasyNest.com
EKMJ.com
Enerbos.com
FirstPlumbline.net
FloridaKnifeMakers.org
ForMules.com
FunDwell.com
FundYourPassion.com
GinDistillers.com
gongyelaji.com
Guangbo99.com
Halborg.com
HardaDailyNews.com
HarvestRockChurch.org
HireAlton.com
hkwex.com
HydroKing.com
HZQ.net
iFaucet.com
ILoveKongFu.com

InternHunter.com
JantyWorld.com
Jepos.com
JLMEnergyInc.com
KBDH.com
KCraft.com
KongBaoyo.com
LamonoDigital.net
Lemoyu.com
LendZip.com
Liamo.com
List2000.com
m786.com
Maren5.com
Mazilla.com
MSMGroup.com
Nixlog.com
NJaidui.com
Nolette.com
OARX.com
OnlineTravelInsurance.com
OnTheApp.com
Ouzeri.com
PartSandLaborButchery.com
PlaySmashAndGrab.com
Punbg.com
QQTechnology.com
QuIndia.com
quq8.com
QZMutoh.com
RaptorSandRockets.com
ScopaSubito.com
SeaportInnMotel.com
Sex9.me
Seyet.com
SharkFacts.org
SkyCove.com
Spatior.com
Spin2016.org
StonefortInn.com
SubductionZone.com
syjsyzs.com
Tatlici.com
TaxiCare.com
TheDatingRing.com
TheGuardianOnline.com
thj8888.com
TieLudianChi.com
TourGem.com
TracksAcrossWyoming.com
TristAt.com
VegasMarijuanaDispensary.com
vetmozga.com
ViaStar.com
VoiceMark.com
VRCosm.com
VSSIndia.com
WomanCity.com
WovenGround.com
x957.com
Zapaterias.com
ZGFloor.com

 

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5 comments

  1. Tom Johnson

    I’m in the alarm/security industry for one of the top 5 biggest national companies in the industry. We have a new CEO and he wants to re-brand our company name. I told him about the domain name PremiumSecurity .com about a week ago (expires today) and that it might be a great chance to get it for less than retail prices. He asked me about how much it would go for at the end of the auction and I said maybe $1,500-2,000? (Just threw out a guess) He couldn’t believe a domain would go for this much and said we’d just get an alternative name or a .net at that price point. So, we make millions every month, but we aren’t willing to pay for a great domain like this when we’re trying to re-brand apparently…it’s so frustrating when people just don’t get it.

    1. Travis M.

      exactly – it is crazy how much companies will spend for a single commercial to brand themselves but not want to spend on the brand itself. Madness.

      1. Tom Johnson

        It bugs me so much Travis…especially as one of the leaders in the industry that blows through tens of thousands of dollars daily on things we don’t need. They won’t go for a premium domain name, but last week they did approve 2 additional vending machines for the offices! lol

  2. R P

    Changing code is not easy for larger companies. This is the reason why .brands have not come to market. It’s not just a simple find and replace like a spreadsheet.

    When you have transactional databases on back end connect with presentation/functionality of front end you often have problems. Most if not all big sites use proprietary code. When this code was written 10, 15, 20 years ago they didn’t plan for a lot of these new functionalities.

    Additionally they didn’t anticipate the rise of mobile. Large companies at first used two separate code bases for desktop and mobile. Then migrated to responsive design.

    It’s not a coincidence that the biggest companies like amazon, eBay, godaddy, etc still look the same way they did 20 years ago.

    It’s not that these companies don’t want to fix bugs and innovate user experience. It’s often limitations in legacy code base that make it almost impossible.

  3. Jack

    It’s such a pleasure having my names Uni, too bad about the pricing. I’ve already moved a hundred out in recent months. I still use their market and I hope they ditch their subscription discounts someday.

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