Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday November 1st, 2018

Nov 01 2018

October turned out to be my best month ever since I’ve been in domaining.   I sold 6 names and have almost finalized a name for mid five figures.  All were private sales and no auctions.  I’ve been talking about names as I they clear and as I’m allowed.  Several of the names have been in partnerships which all of a sudden has worked out pretty well.  One partnership name that I thought for sure would sell was Grassy.com that I have with Braden.   We had a damn good offer right off the bat that we passed on and in hind site probably should have taken.  But he has Q.org money now so he’s in no hurry and obviously is better at me when it comes to waiting for the right price.   I’ve got too much old trader in me.  When I see a double, I grab it and run.   Here’s to an even better November.

On Saturday I run the Indy marathon.  I have 5 friends from all over the country flying in to run it with me.  Everyone is over 40 and we have a few trying to break 3 hours.  I’m hoping to keep it under 3:15.   Last year I ran a much hillier course and walked the last two and ran 3:16.  This course is much flatter and hoping I don’t get any cramps this year. If I get that I should run well.  I’ve put in the hours just hoping the race shows it.  Either way I get to spend some time with good friends.  That’s the beauty of running.  It can be a social sport and you can eat ice cream every night without putting on weight. Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day:   “Hustle until your haters ask if you’re hiring

 Domain of the Day: DigitalChain.com  A blockchain domain investor’s dream name

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

TopCars.com    Officially a five figure name.   Not unjustified if you sell six figure cars

123.io   I put this up for auction to test the waters.  No bids at $10

Portfolio of 68 LLL.biz and 2 LLLL.com for one low price.  At $1 at press time

864.com  Curious to see how high this one gets

BeautifulNight.com    Good brands exude happiness.  Everyone loves a beautiful night

LifeBrite.com  Good play on LiteBrite, the kids game

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Rackbox.COM    Rack and box are two very popular naming conventions.  You get both with this one

CozyNest.com   Exudes warm and safe.  Although Google and Nest will keep you out of the tech home

CaymanRestaurants.com    And old DMOZ listed directory of restaurants in the Cayman Islands

LadyGeek.com   I don’t like Geek names but the do very well at auction

Kuzza.com   Love these types of 5L.coms.  Unfortunately so do lots of people now

WikiBank.com  and  WikiLoan.com        Not sure how wiki and money work together but GD and bidders love them

SpinBit.com    Bitcoin casino

ZPAP.com  Next generation C-Pap

AgriBee.com   upgrade name for a few entities.   Trademarked for what looks like an agriculture spelling bee

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

 

Deliver.BIZ    Marketing name that would work well on the side of a delivery truck

YourFootball.COM     Fantasy football or gambling site name

AMinus.COM    It’s still an A

BlogFamily.COM       Reminds me of a site that lists family oriented blogs .  Kind of like this one…not. I already used the word fuck once today

TheGreatPlate.com   Not sure how many people would want it but would make a good restaurant name

YourOtherMother.com  for a product that cleans for you.   Or maybe I just like rhyming names

JamRam.com Yeah, I do

BoulderWorks.com  Upgrade name for a couple of hardscape companies

CherryRain.com Sounds like a 90s R&B album name.  And that makes a good brand. No bids

BendCreek.com  Sounds like an IPA so….

PolarRhino.com  Ditto.  And I definitely would drink a six pack of Polar Rhino

WaterTheDog.com No value but pretty funny

ComputerMobile.com  a bit generic for me but I can see how some may still like it

RevengeBody.com It’s a real thing.  When people get in awesome shape to show up the person that dumped them

BeardJuice.com  Yesterday we had the beard butter, today the juice

BuyRetweets.com  Good marketing name if you sell this

 

The Rest of the Names With Bids

5994.cc
admission-hzu.com
AgniTum.me
AlanMasters.com
AnokaHauntedHouse.org
AssataClothing.com
AYRF.com
bxpsjx.com
CapeMeAresLighthouse.org
Catholic-Legate.com
CSEnergy.com
DaxSystems.com
DesigningMonsters.com
EclipseSystems.com
ECWU.com
Enacct.org
EverFund.com
FloridaFlourish.com
GIDC.org
Guojiwangluo.com
HawTeam.com
Honze88.com
HopSandHocks.com
Hrbor.com
IKGB.com
JewelleryBowl.com
JustClickToPlay.com
lescahiersfm.com
LoyalP.com
MBMI.org
MingWangEdu.com
MultiExpress.com
MyMakeupLegacy.com
NewPoliticsReport.org
Ohallo.com
Otohq.org
PassionForChrist.com
PerleGen.com
PlayaBeachRentals.com
Ploy.org
POS.mobi
QVPS.com
RamiRomUsOtto.com
RepublicRat.com
RighTalk.com
SayGist.com
Sisqo.com
SocialLogix.com
SocialVani.com
sstjys.com
TengriYachting.com
ThinKusa.com
tsqtgg.com
WebSVN.info
YOWQ.com

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3 comments

  1. Tom Johnson

    Man, I am watching or bidding on well over half of the names you put on this list today prior to seeing this list. I must finally be on the right track 😉

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