Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday April 11th, 2019

Apr 11 2019

Escrow.com

 

You want Godaddy’s auction data?  It’s here every single day.  Travis tracks anything that is on this list and posts the results sodomain investors can learn.  Yes its only names on the list but at the time I write it includes everything with a bid.  Sure its not complete and it’s not in downloadable form, but its a really good way to see what sold and for how much.   Anyone could do it.  All you need is an API and write some code. Easy peasy. It’s public for everyone to see.  Of course they aren’t giving out API access anymore so unless you already have an account like Travis and Namebio and many others who are bidding against you, you have to manually do everything like a peasant.

In all seriousness.  I feel that data is important and we share it.  I hope people are getting something out of it and according to our traffic numbers about 500-600 people a day are.  If you’d like to see more or something else let Travis know.  He might be able to help as long as it doesn’t break Godaddy’s TOS.

 

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:  NameCard.com        Great name for company in our industry

Quote of the Day:” Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted. –Aldous Huxley

 Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

UniversalCase.com    19 years old.  No reserve at $6.  Everything valuable needs a case.  This is your company

Handicapped.org  This name is worth the reserve.  Important name IMO

PastParts.com   Solid name for selling parts of things they don’t make anymore

TheWebGuide.com  Sounds like the 1996 domain it is

375.org  Working a few extra days a year

PartyTent.net   It’s a dot net but in a college town the tent rental business is flush

DomainSnoop.com  Good name for someone like Jamie Zoch

TheSharkBite.com   No bids.  Lots of things use this exact name

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

DiscoverParis.com   Discover and Visit are two of the most popular keywords for tourism and travel

CannaCulture.com   I like Canna Cultra better but I may be biased

DiscoverPortugal.com  100% guarantee MediaOptions will buy this

DreamLoft.com  If it is it will have a steam shower. I’m easily impressed

333y.com   Just where I thought it would be. Over 10K.  Actually I had no idea

NHCS.com  I may be coming out of LLLL.com retirement for this one

Fountains.net  If you sell fountains like me, this is a good name.  Although they are heavy and not a good shipping product

ButterBaby.com  I just like saying it super fast 10 times

NetFuel.com    “You’re gonna fly”

FitSpiration.com  Sounds like a Pinterest category someone set up

Zivvo.com  Nice looking 5L.com IMO

PrivateSafari.com   And a private kidnapping

SocialFortune.com   Fortunes can definitely made on social media

NowTech.com   Doesn’t get any more modern than now

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

Bele.com  Hasn’t met reserve yet but a real purty CVCV

FindACourse.com   Online education search engine

TVAway.com   TV on the go

VintageClassicCars.com   A bit long but you know exactly what you’re getting when you see the name

LookBack.org   Dot org and history go well together

ExtremeCandy.com   Canna candy

Shavella.com  Female monthly shaving box

NeatFlow.com  I’ve sold 2 flow names.  The last was NoteFlow

RaceForFun.com   Not many get to race for anything but that

KarmaTap.com  I’d like to tap that

 

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

QEIP.com has one of the best domain sales newsletters in the biz.  Take a Look
1yuanbo.com
369527.com
779189.com
779589.com
779619.com
779659.com
Acasadimarco.com
Activai.com
AdventureZator.com
AirLocked.com
AlHamco.com
APLoader.com
apmsr.com
AquaAerobics.com
AutoDeskFusionConnect.com
Azurite.org
bds-galiza.org
BillAssist.com
bj8hty.com
BlufftonVillageFestival.com
BoaTonDee.com
BonmotClothing.com
BookSky.org
CathedralSpeakers.com
CatholicChronicle.org
Chenzhiniyan.com
Chijiatech.com
ChristianLyricsOnline.com
Clubato.com
CMMIntelligence.com
cn-bie.com
CryptoCoinCurrency.com
CSFate.com
Daoguijt.com
Delicecapy.com
DerelictMetal.com
DigitalCurrents.com
Diminiqi.com
Diodati.org
DLEHome.com
dmzdwc.com
DoDubai.com
dx0111.com
EmpleoSymas.info
FromMomsDesk.com
FTH.org
FukCity.com
GeekGirlCamp.com
GGStore.com
GifSec.com
go2mobi.com
gzqzjm.com
HuihongJing.com
hwsp888.com
IAmTheFuture.org
InterracialDatingSites.org
IRVQ.com
JarlLeague.com
LakeportChamber.com
Lctyl.com
LikeMyNudeBody.com
LongPlays.org
LXElevator.com
lyfanglue.com
MarkMarAnga.com
MayunWifi.com
Mddes.com
MeltingPointAthens.com
MurraysFalafel.com
Netook.com
NewsNYork.com
NewyorkSociologist.org
nt-vk.com
Orzworld.com
owsnews.org
PediatricGuide.com
PrivateSports.com
QKET.com
qlspw.com
ReadFar.com
Rebend.com
SacredSea.com
SendBot.com
tb555.com
TheLudacrisFoundation.org
TheWriteLifestyle.com
TNMachi.com
Tribogenics.com
Turismoenfotos.com
un-influenza.org
Universe.me
UsaRace.com
VeganHappyHour.com
Vidiac.com
vxiaotou.com
WeLoveLife.com
WorldPeaceAndPrayerDay.com
Wuffer.net
xgchusheng.com
XiangYinFund.com
Yiensh.com
Zenadu.com
zgqweb.com
Zoozam.com

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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5 comments

  1. ROBERT J PAULSEN

    I’m not an investor, but I’ve been following this site forever because domain names have always been a curiosity of mine. I’ve been on the hunt for a good personal domain name for years but never found one. I’ve spent weeks browsing through the GoDaddy auctions and I’ve watched what you post daily. The process for finding a domain name is overwhelming. I can search GoDaddy for keywords — But I’d have to have that keyword in mind. I could browse what’s ending — but that’s a very time-consuming and tedious task. What I need for domain names is what a travel agent does for vacations. I want something nerdy, smart and doesn’t require spelling. Ideally a bit witty, but something I can use on a resume.

    Maybe like a Heidi Fleiss for domain names — does such a service exist?

    1. Jack

      Robert there are a few name spinners, company name generators, etc. I don’t bother with these as I invent my own variations. I find Uniregistry good for adding names to track, even if they’re slow and innacurate with their updates. I set up another category filter on their site to sort those near expiry which I check manually every now and then. Godaddy has a good list manager with more accurate updates that notify you of record changes.

      Don’t limit yourself to Godaddy auctions. Actually gd were one of the last markets I included in my daily checklist (to my detriment), but it became harder to ignore the calibre of names that pop up there. After a few years domaining I’ve slowly built up lists using the expireddomains.net filters (probably my most important tool). It takes as little as an hour to flag my daily picks, and I spend at least another hour reading websites, newletters and such. My morning routine consists of preparing my coffee and loading my domaining bookmarks.

      Get your feet wet, start somewhere build and some momentum. Michael Cyger runs a domaining course which seems reputable and covers the basics, but I haven’t used it myself since I already felt proficient enought before the course was released. I can go weeks or months without a purchase, and other weeks there’s a buy every other day. The more involved you are the more attentive you become at spotting the right name at the right time.

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