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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 27th, 2019

If you notice the top prices at expired auctions this year you notice one clearly emerging trend. The top prices have been more and more names with juice. By juice I mean history and strong backlinks. Names that will forward some of that authority and traffic to a site that could use it. The value of that has been confirmed in the prices. If Google didn’t give that any credit then there is no way people would pay 5 figures for what on the surface seems like a bad name. They pay because it adds 5 figures worth of value to their site.

The problem with all of this is myself and most others have no idea what names are more valuable than others. Some may tell you they know but rather than buy them and sell them to people that can use it, they sell you a service that will tell you what names to buy. If they are buying some for themselves as an investment it makes sense. Because nobody has enough capital to buy every name they see as “good”. I would be buying 95% of the names on my list if I had endless capital. I buy what I can afford and what seems like the best buys in my price range. But I have no idea what names to buy as far as offering juice. Because of this I’ve stuck to plant and garden related historic names and geo located around my town. Those are in my wheelhouse and I actually use them. The others, I’m not sure I would know how to sell them to people that can use them and be convincing. Anyone have some history and examples of reselling names with a history?

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Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Being auctioned by Intelend that was owned by Page Howe. Great name to sell domains but does make them sound on the cheap side Its been great to watch Uniregistry fill the coffers with They sold 1000 in bulk for four figures each and have been buying them back for half the amount over the course of the last few years since. That’s why Frank has a jet Some say its the future of golf Pretty awesome name for an online arcade A cool drink of water….or spray R for realty Remote coaching is the future. Not sure what you would do with it but selling your personal parking spots for events is fantastic. I use it all the time in Chicago WeWork. What a clusterfuck that IPO was Upgrade name for a festival and a couple of other entities’ I don’t know what a mule saw is but it sounds like a beer so I like it Not just tight but tiight. 14 years old Marketing name all the way Can’t afford a wedding ring ?

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Click the links to fund the site and our work The four names below are all examples of “juicy” names. Tons of history and backlinks. But the prices are pretty big. This is at $7K and XFire is already at $20K. XFire better bring the fire for $20K. Could be higher by the time this comes out and few good dot info today. It always starts with a good keyword This is the other nice on. Especially if you have an inventory management tool The kind of name I’ve been buying for 12 years. Although paying 12 times what I used to pay as well. A name from the days of the fad of barefoot running. If you want to continue a site devoted to this there isn’t probably a better name out there LLN has been a good storage of wealth This would have been 5 figures back during the 3D craze. Followed by the 3D printer phase, followed by the dot info phase, followed by the Chinese phase, followed by the…………… Exudes get rich quick Sounds like there is going to be plenty of room If you’ve had a kid you know the importance of getting them into the water as soon as you can Another 5L I really like Long for “Fuck Me” What I would call my fruit stand some are going to like this but I think its Split Ends or nothing I learned never get refurbished parachutes here A build out ready and waiting 4 billion results for global program I though solar when I see it but some companies using it for all different types of businesses Where most home solar energy is created

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy 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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4 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 27th, 2019”

  1. Shane, I want to thank you for giving suggestions to improve GoDaddy on the Domain Name Wire podcast! Now, I only have to sign in once to get into GoDaddy auctions …you have saved me a ton of time. I just thought it was me and how I was trying to sign into the site. I think GoDaddy was listening and made the change.

    On today’s topic, I have to admit I have done this. I bought an 1997-name at GoDaddy auction, went to archive dot org, used the old pages, kept the site up for a few months, added some content, and then sold it on Flippa. Didn’t make a ton of money but the process worked.

  2. Shane, great list as usual. I was recently on the DNW podcast talking about expired domains with history/authority. It’s an interesting sub-category of domain investing for sure.

    I’m not sure how successfully people are flipping these domains, as it’s not as traditionally valuable as a strong brand (and the people paying for these domains are not well-funded startups, typically, but people running a portfolio of sites looking for a leg up here and there. Budgets much lower, in general. That’s my experience anyway.

    One last thing–I would caution anyone here from buying — it got demolished by a Google update in 2011, and it’s not going to be as valuable as the other domains with authority. (source:

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