Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday October 4th, 2018

Oct 04 2018

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There is one common trait among all successful people in domain investing.  They are hard workers.  There are no second generation domainers yet.  Nobody’s Dad handed them domains. Everything that people own or sold at this point was accumulated by themselves.  And to be successful long term it takes more than money and luck.  That doesn’t meant that after some success that vacations aren’t taken or time has been taken off, but in the beginning there was always effort.

There are a million ways to skin the domain cat and the only person that suffers from you not doing well is you and your family.  For someone to say you are stupid because you aren’t successful is ridiculous. Why anyone cares if another person makes or loses money is beyond me.  Your bank account gives you all the feedback you need.  You don’t need some person who did well mocking you because you aren’t.  What most people are lacking is experience and product knowledge.  Where does that come from?  Time and comps.  People make fun of our simple lists and results.  I think the opposite.  I think one of the more important pieces to the domain success puzzle is knowing what names are up for sale,  and what they sold for.  It gives domain investors a sense of what they can get for a domain.  Pricing is not an exact science but every piece of information you can swallow about domain value should be taken in. Domain investing success is knowing your product, understanding negotiation,  keeping up a way for buyers to contact you, time, and luck.  Simple but not simple.  95% of the time the domain investors flaw is in the first two and the successful are experts in them.

That’s the only advice I will give you this week.  Know your product, become a skilled negotiator, manage your cash, and put in the time.  The rest of the domain talk is entertainment and no more.  Although the world always needs more entertainment.

And now the important stuff.  As good of a day at Godaddy’s auctions as there has been in the last 12 months.  A lot of strong names today.   There could be 15 names that hit four figures today.  Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day:  “Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘Press On’ has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.” –Calvin Coolidge

Domain of the Day: GameReel.com       Would make a good name for a video game videos

 

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

AXUX.com    This one is doing better than most because its a pattern people like VCVC.  Met reserve

AKUZ.com    Uniregistry is all over this one.  Same pattern as above

FNL.com   Great letters.  L for league.   At $25K

OSFH.com   Great letters and met reserve

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

BrandConsulting.com    talked about this one yesterday. Perfect name for our industry

Holoshop.com  No longer a future tech.  Its a now tech and the huge bids say someone agrees with me

Headland.com  1995 birthday.  At $1500 but Godaddy thinks its a 5 figure name

EquiTrade.com  If someone saw this they would think its already  been a trading site for decades

DCFE.com  Great letters.  Under $400 would be a good buy IMO based on past sales

Trot.net   Not a dot net fan but this has lots of age and is very short

Blinkie.com  I don’t think you can use this as a brand without owning Blinky.com as well

GregSmith.com   I actually know two people with this name.  And that’s why its getting so many bids

FixPain.com  All the money is in pain and love

YouNeedToKnow.com    You do, you really do

RightWork.com   Two strong words.   The kind of two word domain people are looking for

MicroSkin.com  Probably going to be a phone case or similar

LuxuryBox.com   Crossed $6K yesterday.  Ironically the price of a luxury box for a football game

AlphaMoney.com   Alpha makes for a good two word domain.  40 bids

IdentityCheck.com  Amazing how many four figure names are up for auction today

168p.com   Not sure why this one is 4 figures but it is and so its here

SmartDiaper.com   Everything is smart right now.  Why not diapers?

UnlimitedServices.com  “We’ll do anything”

DesignUniversity.com    I’m thinking fashion design over graphic design

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

GetAPuzzle.com  If you sell them this isn’t too bad of a name for $17

DivingAndFishing.com  Excellent marketing name for the tens of thousands of charter companies that offer this

LiveCalc.com No bids.   App or online tool all the way

Cittra.com  a definitely maybe worth looking at

Apartments.ws   Man is .ws worthless.  What was I thinking

888Names.com  this definitely would have sold 2 years ago.  Not now.  Just using it as an example of how value changes at the bottom

CostaEnergy.com  There is one company that would really would benefit from owning this name.  No bids

Genisa.com    Pretty name with no bids

InstaInsurance.com  So many people wish they could get instant insurance

OTHER Godaddy Domains With Bids

0ydy.com
283378.com
283398.com
285598.com
286338.com
286558.com
286658.com
287718.com
287798.com
289558.com
289958.com
289968.com
371gs.com
5168k3.com
5516000.com
5668Vip.com
6168k3.com
6268k3.com
6368k3.com
7168k3.com
8168k3.com
992212.com
992213.com
992215.com
992216.com
992217.com
992218.com
992219.com
99jiuwang.com
ag535.com
AptoideInstaller.com
Basic-Slider.com
BecomingDoctorRuth.com
BeyondNumbers.com
BlackAndKillingIt.com
BloggingJobs.com
BoatDay.com
Buri-Resort.com
CarLoverDiecast.com
CBDOilMD.com
CBDPetRelief.com
ChattanoogaHistory.com
cnpmj.com
DaciaLogan.org
DanaPhoto.com
DesignFolio.com
DollarStoreMom.com
DRAnimalHospital.com
eBooks.co
EuroTic.tv
EyeOnGrafix.com
facai129.com
facai135.com
facai136.com
facai138.com
facai139.com
FamilyEverafterBlog.com
Finaghtys.com
FindMyCrypto.com
FlexLiveTV.com
FlloridAssef.net
fsyiguan.com
GearArts.com
Gold-Film.com
GrandviewChamber.org
GrizzlyBearCafe.com
Haochezhi.com
HCFRadio.com
hg659.com
hg719.com
Highster.com
hnapj.com
hnjbx.com
hw312.com
hydmyy.com
IdeaConsultant.com
IndigoHealth.com
InDocs.com
JEPQ.com
JerseysVipStore.com
lbdlstem.com
Learn2Earn.com
lt-lv-forum.org
Lymaomao.com
MangueiraMagica.com
Meicimfj.com
MeIsWitchGear.com
MerchantFraudSquad.com
MetropolisInk.com
MichaelWeiss.org

MisionerosdDelaPalabra.org
MrBauld.com
MusicList.us
MusicPlaylist.us
ObuvkiOnline.net
OnElla.com
pyjdsc.com
ResortScape.com
RubberMedia.com
SchoolGist.com
ShopBadassWorldwide.com
SkirtSandSquats.com
skzy101.com
SnapJunky.com
SoleSirius.com
SpecialWishes.com
t2s8.com
TallGrasSlodge.com
TopGolfCourses.com
TreyPennington.com
UltimateTacticalNews.info
Wanjunmas.com
Webems.com
Weilutv.com
WholesaleItems.com
WildernessTrails.com
wohuaxin.com
XGUG.com
Siguatv.com
Xtend.biz
xykm22.com
YinTai666.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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7 comments

  1. Tomas Jonsson

    I liked the names, I liked the quote, and I liked your intro. Well done, Sir!

    Have read a couple of books on negotiation, but it would be interesting to get your take on it.

  2. Anthony

    I worked with a Greg Smith in the City. He’d pitch people whilst walking around holding a cricket bat. He would constantly moan about and have arguments with one of the few women on the floor. He detested her. About 15 years later I found out they married.

  3. Todd Fisher

    “Know your product, become a skilled negotiator, manage your cash, and put in the time.” This is sound advice. The rest of it is drama!

    Never split the difference is a great book.

  4. Stu Maloff

    Shane, 168 is the second most powerful number in China after 888. It means, I will make a fortune from business or something like that. When I went to China a couple years ago, I saw 168 all over the place. That explains, 168p.com.
    I own r168.com and hoping to sell that some day as well.

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