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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 10th, 2019

I’m not sure how Namejet and Godaddy are supposed to win.   On one hand you have a bunch of people that as sellers are mad that their names are treated differently than expired names.  They want their names to slide into the expired list because a name is a name.  The source of the name has no determination on value.

Then you have the buyers that get upset if all the names aren’t divided by private or expiry.  Because they feel that a private name comes with baggage. That the seller probably pimped the hell out of the name and its not a virgin name that accidentally got dropped.  When Namejet used to treat them the same they were highly criticized for not labeling them as private.

My opinion is a name is a name.  People give domain investors too much credit.  95% of the names are simply put up with a landing page and the wait begins.  The fact that it didn’t sell doesn’t mean that the buyer won’t come out for the next person.  I’ve personally picked up names at Namejet from a private owner and it sold in a month.  Just got lucky.  I really just don’t care.  I either like the name for the name or I don’t.  As a seller I don’t want the stigma mentioned above to be on my name. I want you to see it for the name it is.  My names are always fresh and ready to sell because as I said, I am a lazy domain investor that puts up a lander and waits.

Overall it doesn’t really matter to me.  I get top dollar because I have the ability to make sure that domain investors see the name by putting it here.  I also know that a good name will be found and a bad name will lurk with the tens of thousands of bad names.  All a name needs is one bid and the crowd will find it. That being said I’ve only auctioned two names in two years so its not like I’m taking advantage of doing this daily list.

What does everyone else think about how private names should be treated at Namejet or Godaddy? 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: “Everyone’s a whore. We just sell different parts of ourselves” – Thomas Shelby

Domain of the Day:  Surprised there are no bidders for this proxy server, VPN name

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction    Pretty awesome 6N.  Probably not going to make reserve   Met reserve.   Great letters  Met reserve at $115.  Although quality is easy to put in a name, hard to produce

Portfolio of 25 Domains:  Reserve met at $35., and more   Here is your chance to be somebody…….dot org  Las Vegas Las Vegas   Good name for a life coach   I think this would make a good name for someone that want to use it for…Only email   Decent for someone in our field who likes   Reputation repair is the first thing that comes to mind  We have the Blind Man and The Window Man.  Why not the Light man that converts all your lights to LED


Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids  Short pronounceable  Good value under $800 IMO. But don’t buy anything based on my opinion or you could lose all your money    Not quite as pronounceable.  Different price level   Dating site all the way    I’m actually surprised its this low.  They have been going for much higher lately  Pronounceable which always have some value  Greeds kills, not as much as Greed.  The price, the price is not as much as Greed   Good name for a tattoo shop   Mmmmmm Texas jersey is some of the best.  Although I’m not sure if its really from Texas even though the package says Texas Jerky    I learned the hard way that the 888 at the front has good value but nowhere near the value of the names with the numbers at the end   Giddi up  I feel like I take this before some runs   I only thing of the cross dressing Divine when I see this. But that’s just me   Godaddy thinks this is worth over $5K for whatever that’s worth.  Some of you think its worth exactly zero   One last triple repeater  Company was acquired by Nortel and let the name expire


Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids  Not sure how much value a dot org has but a couple hundred million of these in the wild  Makes me think of AirBNB  Yukay?  Yeah I’m Ok.  No bidders  Dandelions or Canna  I think of RFID tags for shipping.  No bids  Just giving away crypto names right now  It’s going to most likely be a scam but I’m sure somebody is going to try and sell CBD oil that makes you lose weight  Pretty solid loyalty program name for $12  I think of older people drinking their food but could be used for a variety of food products or marketing name  The MySpace of Weed  Capital names have settled down a bit since earlier in the year.  I like this one  Recovery drink or food

 The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

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6 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 10th, 2019”

  1. We really do give domainers too much credit. Good point. Not knowing whether it’s accidentally dropped or actively selling doesn’t change the domain.

  2. It matters because of budget. Like when you were deciding what 3 letter to bid on. If you have $1000 to bid with today but your not sure you’ll get the name even if you win then it’s a tough road. I don’t care if it’s private or dropped but I don’t want them to be able to renew after I win the auction

  3. Godaddy could “win” by letting domain owners opt-in to a program letting the domain owners get 80% of the sales revenue from letting their domains expire and auction off on Godaddy Auctions.

    1. The problem is that Godaddy would lose 80% of what they are getting. If this happens I hope I know in advance so I can buy puts on the stock

      1. That’s why it should be an opt-in program.. it’s not be default, and GD could enact some other criteria like only provide the opt-in ability to people with 100+ domains or whatever criteria they want. So domainers will actually let names expire on purpose (that they would have otherwise renewed), and Godaddy’s revenue/profits will go up. Win win.

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