Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday July 4th, 2019

Jul 04 2019

Escrow.com

 

A happy Independence Day to everyone in the U.S..   For my family its a day of relaxing and a 5K although with the heat that’s in Illinois right now I’m not sure any of us are doing it.  It’s an 11 am start at 90 degrees and a fast 5K is hard enough without being ridiculously hot.  I also have to work because for some reason the plants don’t know its a holiday and they want to be watered.  It literally rains on everyone else’s parade but I pray for rain so I can just sit at home and watch the 3rd season of Stranger Things and do nothing.  Just like our forefathers that built this country.

On a side note, I’m pretty sure that without DSAD nobody could sell names on Flippa. Since they don’t help at all and nobody goes on their own to Flippa, putting a name on our list seems to be one of the few ways to get eyeballs.  It’s really a shame how they took such a good platform and let it got.  So much potential.  Enjoy your day, whether you have it off or not 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:  RecoveryCenter.com        Big name.  Recovery from addiction or injury.  Both are extremely expensive

Quote of the Day: “Remember to always be yourself. Unless you suck.”  -Joss Whedon

 

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

OPYK.com  13 years old.  Met reserve at $20

ZIQ.org    A pronounceable LLL.org with a $1 reserve.  16 years old

TrickPoker.com   Because the real money in poker is made with slight of hand

PDOA.com The kind of LLLL.com I like.  23 years old

BZOD.com   At $100 at press time

BigAdvantage.com   Love this one.  Everyone is looking for an advantage

BobDavis.com  A very common name but I feel that if the name wouldn’t make a good brand that you’re squatting on someone’s name

DreamLog.com    everyone keeps a dream journal right?  Of course not me, I don’t dream

WordMark.com    Kind of describes a domain

CME.org  I thought the Chicago Mercantile exchange already had this one. Guess not

IOWD.com   Another LLLL.com that’s not too bad

eBee.com  I’ve recently started hives at the nursery so I’ve become a bee domain name fan

ProDental.com  Get my pearly whites cleaned professionally

RealtyDegree.com Not sure if there is such thing but does it really matter?

Skelt.com   Get 125 free visits with the purchase

Ovoma.com  5L.com with one bid at $79

SmarterDays.com  They always lie ahead

PC.org  Great name getting a great bid

724.co.uk and 724.de    These two have unusually high bids.  Could be someone trying to protect the European brand

 

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

GetRevenge.com   Have to be a little careful with this one legally but could be a fun name to own

12899.com  At five figures.  Just like you thought

FaucetLabs.com   Lab names seem to do well at auction. TokenFaucet.com sold for $21K recently

CarePlanners.com  Any medical care, senior living oriented name is worth looking at IMO

MatureRide.com   If you believe the stats it gets 51K monthlies

FoodCode.com   Food code are standards set by law for food in case you are interested

InstantLove.com  aka Tinder

Ervy.com and  IGAF.com   are my two favorite LLLL.com today

DiscGolfers.com  I live next to a disc golf course.  Hundreds play every day.  Almost more than regular golf.  Because its free

GreenTrend.com  It certainly is the trend

VDelivery.com   The entire Internet shopping experience is based on good shipping

MakeLifeEasy.com   Looking forward to finding out what is going to make it easier

Chatra.com  Chat is the draw

TopTweets.com  Twitter may have something to say about this one but obvious use here

Chome.com   Guessing this is all because its a typo for Chrome

ProjectGarden.com   Every day is project garden for me

522365.com    I should have purchased more 365 numerics. Good prices
545365.com
551365.com
552365.com
595365.com
622365.com
722365.com

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

StonedLife.com

CloudBunny.com

Nuuni.com

HardTickets.com
 

 

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

AdultNet.org
AmericanGarage.com
Amras.com
AZBabyNames.com
BattlefieldRV.com
Benvita.com
BuckSnortTrailRide.com
CasperHumaneSociety.org
CityGuide-Index.com
ComoConnect.org
ConchKeyCottages.com
CowparadeNC.com
Crees.org
DadaBabyBoutique.com
DataBunch.com
DomainForwarding.com
EarlyMusicColorado.org
ebizvaluations.com
EmiratesHotel.com
FakeVirusScam.com
Fama2018.org
FitnessFondue.com
FooDwineAndMusicFestival.com
GentlemensQuarters.com
GetPrismatic.com
GreenhouseLaw.com
HiBrow.com
Juliard.com
jz2f.com
KeyExec.com
KVDJ.com
laredosrosemont.com
LightingResource.com
LitCoins.com
LiterallyUnbelievable.org
LQRE.com
MamaJuanItAs.com
MapFactory.com
MedicalCannabisDispensaries.com
MetroPoker.com
MM858.com
MobileTube.com
moescaperooms.com
MountainForest.com
NanoDiamond.com
Nansulate.com
NationalHelm.co
OnTicket.com
OnTickets.com
PanamaCanalCountry.com
Pepeosakas.com
PhoneHalo.com
PluginDay.org
RichmondMuseumOfHistory.org
shiyixiwang.com
SouthwestBlues.com
SZLQHotel.com
TanGuanJuan.com
TeddyBearReview.com
TheAmrita.com
tjruntong.com
UltraPop.com
VOYX.com
WeedDeliveryNearMe.com
WideShoesOnline.com
YellVille.com
zbjcjsj.com
ZooArt.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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1 comment

  1. Tom Johnson

    I agree with you about Flippa. Their search filters just aren’t very good/user friendly either in my opinion.

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