Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday September 9th , 2018

Sep 09 2018

Escrow.com

There was a comment from a reader at Mr. Rick Schwartz’s blog yesterday.  “Unfortunately it’s a buddy system with some brokers and domain auction houses. If you’re not a buddy, you’re on the outside looking in”  I used to think the same thing.  Eventually realized it wasn’t them, it was me.  I didn’t have anything that helped THEM make money.  Eventually I found the quickest way to being “buddies” with someone is to have something that helps them as much as it helps you. I 100% guarantee that any auction house or broker will not pass on a quality block of names to sell. They want the commission. The problem is everyone has common or shit names and think they have great stuff. Then blame everyone else because they won’t help them sell. “I see worse names than mine selling every day” is something I hear all the time.  One, I think most people really don’t know what is worse or better than their name.  Two,  if it is,  then why not put it up on Godaddy or Flippa and sell it yourself?  If you want to sell on Namejet, now is as good of time as ever to set up an account to sell.  But you can’t bring all junk.  You can slip some in but they have to be coupled with some names that are pretty much guaranteed to sell.   That is why you see some names get some bids that nobody expected.  Because it was part of a bigger list of names that were put in as one.   Namejet will take that, but as I said, among that list they have to have some guaranteed revenue.  That’s how business works.

Mirrors are hard to come by in the domain investing world.  Everyone has issues and problems but most of it really starts at home.  If you are paying for a service then there is a much higher level of expectation.  If you aren’t paying anything quit complaining.  Only friends and family give you quality work for free.  You pay nothing then expect nothing.   If you put up anything for sale you should expect tire kickers and time wasters.  That’s part of the sale process.   For any company, any product.   Selling stuff is hard.  Always has been.  Why should domains be any different?  Yes, I’m typing in short sentences. Because I think the people that need this advice couldn’t comprehend long and well written sentences.   But I need to go.  I have a Good Old Boys of Domaining meeting at noon.  Enjoy your Sunday

Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day:   “If you are born poor, it’s not your fault. But if you die poor, it’s your fault.”  -Bill Gates

 Domain of the Day:  TheChateau.com        Great name.  If more people could spell it then it would go for five figures

 Namejet and Sedo Names 

Airborne.io   16 bidders and met reserve.  You think of the Zinc product at first glance but Google it and you’ll a ton of businesses share this name

Growing.co   A word that goes together very well with .co

DirtBlocker.com  A product name all the way.

That’s it.  Unless you like numerics, NJ is light today

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Core5.com  At $1500 and climbing at press time.  Most bids on the GD board

BeautifulBooks.com  Because we all know the real purpose of books is to have them look good on the shelf.  Shows you’re smart

OJIK.com  OJ Is Killer

HealthcareWork.com   Hottest segment of employment right now.  Definitely worthy of a specific site

Juvio.com  The 5Ls are definitely moving up in a price a bit.  Especially if they end in the vowel sound

EnergyBulbs.com  I feel like there have been a lot of energy bulb names lately.  Maybe its just lighting or energy names.  I do a lot of these lists, they all run together

PropertyCoin.com  Four figure bids early.  Real Estate and cars are the assets that coin owners like

HDAN.com  I think these premium letters with vowels present value.  My opinion alone

OWLM.com   Same

CBDAthlete.com    I think, and many others, that CBD oil will have a big part of future pain relief.

SlingshotCapital.com  I have no idea if any of the capital names sell to endusers but I do know they do pretty well at auction

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

WhitetailHunts.com No bids. Guided hunts aren’t cheap.  GD values this at $4K plus

Shanghai.me  It’s takes a big Chinese city to give a geo.me a good price

BlueServe.com  1998 birthday.   Getting a few bids as a hosting name.  Of course it could be for any service

SquidBucket.com  If Squidward bought out the Chum bucket.  No bids for some reason

MediaCompass.com   Sounds professional to me.  One bidder at $12.

EnergyLights.com  Grow lights, solar

GradedSportsCards.com The only kind that sell anymore. No bids

FingerSmart.com  I consider all finger names mobile plays

RIEnergy.com  Road Island Energy.  Solar and alternative energy are going to swallow a ton of new energy names IMO

Geekex.com  Never been a fan of Geek names and you would have to own GeekX in my opinion but someone may like this

Travelua.com Decent travel site name

EnergyLamps.com Here’s another one of those energy light names.  One bid

OTHER Godaddy Domains With Bids

07726.com
0801.com
1008k.com
156.us
273821.com
283512.com
357cp.com
572369.com
627392.com
728329.com
739182.com
AbleHosting.com
AllianceConsulting.com
Balibo.com
BestExerciseBikesSite.com
Boostinstafollowers.com
BootstrapSkins.com
BucksportNext.net
Cikolataci.com
CPFinance.com
CrowHillCommunity.org
CurcumAsalud.com
EmmaGutteRidge.com
ExquisiteLuxuryHairs.com
FenSui168.com
FreeGames4Brains.com
Gaming-Mouse.org
GoSeetheEclipse.com
GritSportServices.com
GulfAnt.com
GunBidder.com
hlc-usa.com
HomeCookingForYou.com
HospitalityHealthcare.com
HotTomatos.net
i8zx.com
ImageSquaredMarketing.com
InchAndTheEchoes.com
InControl.net
Law8.com
LimelightEventPlex.com
LuTextbooks.com
MirageIPTV.com
Mirthkon.com
MortgageSurf.com
MrHon.com
NewsigDigital.com
NJHU.com
NoOneWatching.com
OldeBarnPrimitives.com
PenningtoncountyFair.com
PierceCountyCD.org
Porneeta.com
Pornoxbe.com
PulpHosting.net
ReviewBAS.com
Roherbus.com
SeedsOfDoubt.com
SGOTac.com
SkyIcloud.com
SmallBusinessRaves.com
SplitFestival.com
Syringe-Filters.com
TargetProperty.com
tb2880.com
TechnologyTricks.com
TexasAutoImage.net
ThailandForChildren.com
ThomasGames.org
ValleyBehavioralHealth.com
Watches-Omega.com
Wearevant.com
Wlepc.com
WorkSaveLive.com
YouPrintCards.com
yt100zs.com

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5 comments

  1. Tony

    Both viewpoints are right. If you are a “buddy”, that does get you one foot in the door. Having good names gets the other foot in.

    I still remember R Schwartz letting thermalscanners.com in one of his traffic auctions. I posted on his blog that I thought it was a subpar name because the correct term was “infrared scanners”. Then his good old buddy Berkens paid $2500 for it at auction to “prove” me wrong. It was a shitty name then and still today. That was all buddy system right there.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Tony,
      You make a good point on auctions at conferences. Now THAT is a friends and family show. Everything I said above doesn’t apply to conference auctions. Every time there are names in the live auction that are much much worse than names that got passed on or in the after auction auction

  2. Dr. Todd

    I might add to what you saId…. “Eventually I found the quickest way to being “buddies” with someone is to have something that helps them ‘MORE THAN’ it helps you.” You will be surprised at what happens.

    A short book that highlights this well is the Go-Giver by Bob Burg.

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