Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, September 19th, 2019

Escrow.com

Can you imagine how many people tried to frontrun Detour.com? I’m too lazy to try and get in touch with people that are letting their names expire but many domain investors do. I see nothing wrong with it. It’s good business to try and buy assets before they go for sale. Especially from someone that wasn’t going to see a penny of that name. I’m also sure the Godaddy discourages it because it’s their pockets its coming out of.

While I hate to see anyone lose assets, at the same time expired domains are the lifeblood of domain investors. Every day they add new domains that can be resold for profit. Many that haven’t seen the light of day for decades. Similar to “Garage Find” cars in the car industry but even more rare and unique. Of course people are going to try and get a deal done before it goes to auction. Which makes the auction of Detour even more amazing. Whoever owned it is definitely unreachable because I more than sure that hundreds of people have been trying to contact them to make them aware. All in the guise of helping them out but really its to get their domains. How nice of them.

Domain of the Day: Detour.com Here it is. I say it ends at $53,500. Because that could be my bid

Quote of the Day: A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on” Winston S. Churchill

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

Silkwood.com Great brand. Smooth as silkwood

Plugola.com Makes me think of WordPress plugins

DayCenter.com Sounds like a place where things get done

Profitable.org dot org can work with profit

ClimbingCenter.com Every town has a climbing gym. Or most do. Although this is pretty generic

Nemen.com love the brand but its already an Italian fashion line. Which I guess could be good for an upgrade

PetCoffins.com $80 and you can own a burial company

FilmAndMedia.com HUGE category and very few bidders

BreadRoom.com Love the brand and a nice play on bedroom

Vireal.com Taken in 18 other tlds

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

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CryptoAddicts.com These definitely exist and many are going to lose a lot of money. Needs to be a support group for them

EZNails.com It’s where I get my pedicure and my brows threaded

LifeLogger.com App like name but the money is coming for the history and backlinks

ActivePass.com 21 years old. A fairly famous straight in British Columbia but also makes a pretty decent brand

dZero.com I thought it made a pretty good brand but its already higher than I though it would

Perfectivity.com Not a real word but sounds real enough for me

FCoffee.com and PCoffee.com My opinion only, but I don’t think you can go wrong owing a Letter+Coffee.com if the price isn’t too crazy

Felex.com Fails the radio test but short and everyone can pronounce it

TinyShare.com Would make a great name to sell super small portions of a company. Oh yeah, that’s called stocks

xFresh.com Like the fresh, don’t love the X. Some good backlinks as a bonus

HDCity.com 23 years old. HD is an old term though

75700.com Nice round number. I don’t buy 5N but I might bid on this one

Qoomi.com I think one of the brand sites would take this

Aflare.com A dictionary word although I admit I’ve never used it

RVC.org VC for venture capitalist. Don’t see many LLL.org come up at expiry much anymore

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

Sportsbets.one I had not heard of dot one but its a pretty strong keyword

OnlinePoker.one Same here. Curious to see how it does

LegacyPoint.com

LifeLoad.com

SpoonCafe.com

OceansideLiving.com

GrassDepot.com

GroundAndPound.com

EncryptionLab.com

LiveSavings.com

KeepItPink.com

Paving.me

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

06466.com
08724.com
889Yoga.com
8Acres.com
AceYou.com
AgroMall.com
ArdentHealthJobs.com
ArterialNetwork.org
Astro-Quebec.com
Audela.org
Bepura.com
BitcoinMethod.com
BlackHeartsFilm.com
CalvinsHub.com
CandiedApplePastry.com
CoolerMaster-Usa.com
CraftB.com
CreditUnionJobs.com
CryptoAddicts.com
CryptoCentral.info
CryptoControls.com
CryptoStore.org
Dalaverki.com
DartfordMotors.com
Detour.com
DieselMarketing.com
DigitalMediaBuzz.com

EarlyExperts.net
EarthboundDog.com
EmWallet.com
FirstFright.com
ForumFX.com
Frently.com
FunSlides.com
GeekStir.com
GlobalHeartbreak.com
GRYLaw.com
HarlequinSteaks.com
HireMasters.com
HotElsinNewyork.com
HydroGas.com
IDUdentification.com
IndustrialSourceBook.com
InMemorial.com
JBZD.com
jixiangwenhua.com
JogUs.com
Kankor.com
LadYinGreen.com
Lauriel.com
LegacyPoint.com
LoveBlogging.com
MadCharity.org
MandateGame.com
MeMeow.com
MiddletownFire.org
Moena.com
MontroseInsurance.com
MXSV.com
MyDisguises.com
NatDesign.com
Ofices.com
OpenAtlanta.com
Operu.com
OregonTrailBrewery.com
pj677.com
Pleasant-Home.com
Preplans.com
QKJU.com
RadianceNYE.com
RapidNYC.com
Reiva.com
ReliableSeller.com
RemedyWebSolutions.com
SadLamps.org
Sentrabesibaja.com
Sigokarts.com
SmollenSkys.com
SnowStarInstitute.org
SpoonCafe.com
SquareOneSeo.com
StyleFace.com
SuperStainless.com
TexasRoofer.org
Tihai.com
TimothyKurek.com
ToneWorks.com
TrinityChamberConcerts.com
TrySnowball.com
UDRPInfo.com
VenueMasters.com
WashMint.com
WeStudyKorean.com
whatifconference.com
YouSustain.com
Yuchengtech.com


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