Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 31st, 2019

Mar 31 2019

Escrow.com

 

Brandbucket shared some recent data about their sales in February that I thought was interesting.  Here what they shared

Average sale price if you exclude sales over $10k is $2521

50 sellers sold names.  Of the 50, 36 had one sale in the month, 14 had 2 or more

Of the Keyword names that sold (60% of sales were Keyword)

66% Two Word

20% Suffix + Prefix

8% Misspellings

4% Single Word

2% Portmanteau (have no idea what this means without looking it up)

I think this tells more about the platform than anything.  Two word dot coms are more likely to be in the price range they are looking for

Invented Names (40% of names were Invented) 

66% 8 Letter

20% 7 Letter

8% 6 Letter

4% 5 Letter

2% 4 Letter

I think this is very informative.  My 5 letter names aren’t as desired as the longer names.  4 letters are generally accepted by Brandbucket unless they are pronounceable  so I knew that would be skewed down.  In short, I was surprised how few names sold.  I never really looked into the data at BB because I have no domains there.  I sent a group but their selection was so random that I decided to go a different route.   Josh has had some good success at BB and was one of the people that sold multiple names so it can be a good supplement to what you are already doing.  The question is the high commission worth the extra eyeballs that you receive.  What do all of you think?  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.

 

PS:  My friend Michael Cyger is doing a marathon today.  Make sure to follow his or my twitter to follow along.

Quote of the Day: Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives – choice, not chance, determines your destiny.” – Aristotle

Domain of the Day: LemonSqueeze.com  Love these types of brands.  You know the item but its going to sell everything but

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Biish.com   Another double vowel although I think its the same one I mentioned the other day

Mynner.com   Just a cool crypto way of spelling Miner

GamePie.com  Everyone wants their piece of the pie

Felck.com   No bidders on this 5L.  Losing radio people to Felk

McKensy.com    Surname and probably a first name.  No bids

Imonics.com   Upgrade name for a few companies.    Sounds like an audio type name

PrettyBook.com  I would never be in this book.  No bids

UncleEagle.com  Not sure it has value but still giggle over the eagle uncle sam that attacked Trump and the gifs it produced

SoapDealer.com    Go to any craft or garden show and you’ll see several booths selling handmade soap.   Reserve met

LuckyCrypto.com  I think it would make a good name for a crypto casino

Opinions.org   Something we all have lots of

GiantPosters.com  A printing company should use this as a marketing name to promote the sale of exactly this

NaturalRide.com  No bidders.  Canna name? Of course if I can’t think of anything that’s my default

TangledDreams.com   Sounds kind of romantic.  I would name my wine this

WeatherSticks.com   I can see the product already.  Just a stick you put in the ground and it bluetooths it into your phone inside

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

ByOwners.com  Easily the best name on the board today.  Almost all the For Sale By Owner names gone.  Some would say ByOwner is not as good but when people talk about a house they usually say the owners because a family lives there

CharmShop.com   Charms as in trinkets or charm as in cute and lovely

BTC1.com  Nice to see a bitcoin name in four figures again

CBDDose.com   CBD is where you want to put all your money right now *

HashBros.com  It’s where I like to buy my CBD oil

Nege.com A name and a CVCV

SWWP.com   These types are way down in price at auction.  Consonant and good Western letters

MusicTutors.com  Not sure if you call them tutors but people will understand these are music lessons

Lanes.org  Bowling.   I like to stay in mine

TheUnleashed.com  They don’t stay in their lanes

PeopleTrack.com  A little creepy but OK

EmpoweredLife.com  Yeah yeah.  Everyone wants to feel empowered

Rock365.com  Solid 365 days a year

*sarcasm

A few LLLL.coms Up for Auction

HQMA.com

KWVN.com

GXHV.com

QTQW.com

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

PunkyFish.com   Would make a great logo and definitely memorable

NaturalChefs.com   Sounds like a wholesome food that is going to cost more but will have all kinds of buzzwords on the label

LoanPick.com    Help you find the best rate

Signal.cc    Dot cc is not a very good investment except good single words.  This one is probably worth the $12 gamble.  But don’t buy it on my recommendation

KitchenTruck.com    The cool way to describe a Food Truck

KeepPaddling.com    A brand that could be built around a positive thought

FundGrow.com   Venture capital name.  Although it sounds like fun grow

Faspy.com  I find that the F sound is usually not misinterpreted

Yacomo.com    Sound Japanese

Lendja.com   I’m going to Lendja some money

Hombio.com    I don’t love it but the bio endings seem to get bid one regularly.  No data, just making up what I think I know

CommercialBee.com   We’ll put our hives into your fields for better yields

UniquePig.com     Pigs don’t all look alike

StreetShark.com    Sounds like a kids toy

Groozle.com  2007 called.  They want their brand back

BaseballMarket.com   Gamble on baseball

SmileFaster.com  You can’t smile fast enough

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

 

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163Movies.com
214jiaoyou.com
66Winner.com
69suzhou.com
925566.com
AddAero.com
AllianceForRisk.org
Amrion.com
Balisi.com
BankBuy.com
bringafriend.org
CaffeStreets.com
CapeStraNo.com
CareerOptions.org
ChapterFourUganda.com
cmgkuaiji.com
CounterKnowledge.com
Crixeo.com
croi2014.org
CSSChat.com
CustomsEssay.com
Duncan-Associates.com
dz8688.com
EastWayTrans.com
FooPress.com
GeekHeads.com
GirlCooksWorld.com
GlobalImpactStudy.org
GreatMinnesotaRealEstate.com
HealthFlyUp.com
hfgckyy.com
Horise.com

icglp.com
IdealCBD.com
InterracialDatingCentral.us
Janapar.org
jlsunnyhotel.com
jswzjsgs.com
LucasmMakowsky.com
Mervin.info
MetropolitanHotel.com
MiddleZoneMusings.com
MJCAutotransport.com
Mozet.com
NameBookmarks.com
oayijia.com
PatioShield.com
Phim99.com
Pogirl.net
PurposeMarketing.com
q528.com
quxiang8.com
RoyalLandscapeNursery.com
RUDB.org
sdlintuo.com
ShadowMt.com
shsjhfxj.com
tejia24.com
TheFriscoAustin.com
TorontoParkSandTrees.org
TrackPeople.com
TubtimResort.com
UnitedCentersForSpiritualLiving.org
uTubersidad.com
WeBuild.org
WhitewaterBlackGold.com
XLCoin.com
Xpuvn.com
YinxuChina.com
Zatan365.com
ZOTMovieFestival.com

 

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2 comments

  1. Tom Johnson

    I think domainers are going to move away from BB over time to newer marketplaces. There are alternatives out there such as Brandpa, Namerific, and a few other newer ones I’ve seen pop up lately.

    One of my friends who is also a designer just created his own brandable platform where users can sell their names and it’s nicer looking than BrandBuckets and much more domainer friendly. You can white label your site and not have the middle man 25-30% fees.

    1. Michael

      Tim, I agree. I don’t think things are very good at BrandBucket at the moment and won’t get any better. 2019 has been extremely quiet so far, submission reviews take ages, staff are leaving, and the information level is unsatisfactory.

      Do you mind sharing who your designer friend is?

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