Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday November 8th, 2018

Nov 08 2018

I woke up yesterday morning to one of my favorite emails.  A congratulations email from Afternic.  The first thing I look at was the name.  LBALL.com   Hmmmm.  I have no idea what I priced it at.  Maybe I priced it at $6800.  But its not a great name.  I think I hand regged it.  Not even sure why I kept renewing it.  But I did and it sold.  Its like a scratch off game where you scratch off and match the numbers but now its time to scratch off and see what you won.  So I log in to Afternic and check

$888.   The lowest I price any of my names.  I should be excited but $500 or so after commission just doesn’t move the needle.  Don’t get me wrong, if I lost $500 my needle would be moving like crazy but hoping it would have been more.  Then again, if it was more it probably wouldn’t have sold.  But I did what I always do and used the money to buy another name.  I bought Peepa dot com.   It’s not a game changing name either but I think its better than Lball.  Portfolio looks better with the switch.

That’s how you shave years off building your portfolio.  You keep your real job and put all money minus taxes back into domains.  The portfolio builds twice as fast as someone who has to pay their mortgage, cars, and all bills from their domain sales.  All without having to add any money back in.  A little time and $12 names become $50,000 names with flips and upgrades.   Unfortunately not a lot of upgrades on today’s list.  Just not much out there to choose from.  Hoping you find that diamond in my rough list . Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day:  “A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did when he was twenty, has wasted thirty years of his life.” -Muhammed Ali

 Domain of the Day:   VirtualReality.io            A hot industry on a hot tld.  A perfect match.  One bidder at $20

 

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

Coddle.com   Love the name but the reserve is tough

CameraPhone.org    There’s a whole group of phone photographers.  Of course it’s not as challenging with camera phones being so good now

LanguageInstitute.com     Sounds a lot more official than DuoLingo

ClaimTheName.com   Good name for someone in our industry. No bids

JRAcademy.com  Daycare or tutoring.  Only $30 an hour

KoaWood.com  If you go to Hawaii this is the prized wood of the area.  No bids

Olanda.com   Italian for The Netherlands.   Also a decent looking brand

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

WorkingWorld.com   1996 Birthday.   A community of working Moms.  Or could be

VenturesCapital.com   At first site it seems to have an S thrown in but then I think about it and capital for Ventures actually works.  So the name has my approval.  Not that it matters at all

Valoy.com    Good looking 5L.com    I think it hits $300

RapidLift.com  “When you want to get higher, quicker”

225999.com   The 999 made this the top price on the GD board

e7777.com   This one is right behind.   I’ll leave these to the specialist

DevBuild.com   Github type name IMO

MagicTowel.com    If Dick Towel can bring in six figures in sales then Magic Towel should do fine

Seefy.com   These are the types of name I buy a lot and sell a little

 

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

PictureOfTheMonth.com  Gets a little traffic.  Pretty easy content.  One picture per month

TheDigitalProject.com  Upgrade name for a few entities

BuzzardCreek.com  Sounds like an IPA so it would make a good brand

BuckingMule.com  Another one here.  Logos are so easy on these

Villoso.com  A last name which means eventually it will be a brand

TreeAndWreath.com  Good marketing name for a Christmas shop

CanadianGrowers.com   Canada has added a new type of grower this year. And they have cash

UniqueSeeds.com  This is going to do well now that I’ve unearthed the seeds

The Rest of the Names With Bids

01324.com
01786.com
118d.com
1Nation.com
49583.com
7369.cc
AmarilloRentals.com
AmazingMovers.net
AnnsBridalRoom.com
BusMe.com
ChangKTV.com
CraftDirectory.org
Curry-3.com
DuoCorp.com
EduTools.info
fl272.com
ForbiddenCartoons.com
FortworthRentals.com
GamersMint.com
gfs2.com
HarzemDesigns.com
HDCU.com
IMSCart.com
Inforsense.com
InspirationalDance.com
IronBridge.info
JournalOfBiblicalStudies.org
LandmarkLegal.com
LBWY.com
Linuxia64.org
LotusBlossomConsulting.com
MedBe.com
MemphisMotorsports.com
NewLeafLongbeach.com
NifyMag.com
NuPowers.com
PadLibrary.com
PenTicTon2017.com
PI4us.com
PittsburgChamber.com
PositionMeOnline.com
Post2015hlp.org
POYP.com
POYR.com
PubLibLanes.net
QADX.com
ResearchCrossroads.org
SatisFact.com
SecurityHorizon.com
ShropshireTourism.info
SkillBasedGames.com
SpicyPage.com
Taichenzs.com
TelecomWebCentral.com
ToDoCast.tv
TravelWeekSaopaulo.com
TurbOrPerformance.com
UBZF.com
UQWQ.com
UsedCarsBadCredit.com
VZCS.com
Z388.com

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7 comments

  1. Tom Johnson

    That’s a very nice upgrade from LBall to Peepa in my opinion. I had been following that name all week, but only bid early on.

  2. Hemant Tilotia

    I forgot to keep bidding on peepa. I was watching a game, and simply forgot to keep track of the name. Congrats

  3. Bob Hawkes

    I immediately thought of it as an abbreviation for “low ball” as in offering a low price. I like your strategy of using profits from a sale toward goal of always making the portfolio stronger. Thanks for your daily reflections here, Shane.

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