Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday December 27th, 2018

Dec 27 2018

Escrow.com

It seems like our auction results posts are starting to gain traction.  Judging by the traffic that is growing every month.  When I first started in this industry I felt there was only one way to learn how to make money and that was to understand how much domains were worth.  If you didn’t know worth then how are you supposed to know what to buy them for?   We all know end user pricing can be whatever you want for it combined with what kind of end user is going to be attracted to the name.  It doesn’t teach you much more than start with a good domain, add patience, timing, and luck and its your best chance for a high price.  Auction prices on the other hand, give you an idea of what others think is the value of the name.  You can learn a lot about domain names by watching final prices.  And Travis delivers that info every day.  I think we have a good majority of the domain names that had a bid and the results every day.   Namebio is an incredible source for sales info but checking out our list every day is an easy 5 minute glance that I think should be part of everyone’s daily routine.   And judging by number of readers it appears that is becoming the case for more and more people.   People that are better at their craft than those that don’t.  But I may be a bit biased.

On a personal note.  I have my daughter home for Christmas and she’s training hard to get back in shape for indoor track.  Which means Dad has to do some workouts with her. Workouts I am capable of doing but not really a need for it. But I do it because she wants me to join her and when your kid asks you to spend time with them you do.  The problem is she asks me to join and talk to her at 7:15 pace for 8 miles.  Some days its her babbling away and me gasping for breath but yesterday it was my day.  I felt great and she yelled at me for pushing the pace.  Kept yelling at me saying I was going to ruin her workout the next day when she really had to work hard.  I harassed her and said that I was barely breathing and was actually saving myself for tomorrow and was going slower than normal to rest. All the while knowing there was no way in Hell I was going to run tomorrow and that what I had was pretty much it.  But she didn’t have to know that at the time.  As we got back to the car I did a celebration of leading the run, she gave me a great job, and then said “I have 3 more miles, if you could get the car warmed up” and took off.  Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

Quote of the Day:   It’s discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit.” – Noël Coward

Domain of the Day:  FuelBox.com      The kind of two word name that is doing well.  Fuel is energy and energy is required to do anything

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Spotsy.com  I imagine quite a few are going to like this one because of how catchy it is

8396.com  Not getting many bids because of its reserve

YGay.com  Why?  Because if you’re not you’re missing half the fun.  A gay man told me that once and “I’ve repeated it but not practiced it ever since”

Ky85.com   Once you figure out the letters and the patterns there is some money to be made in LLNN.com

PriceRadar.com  Price comparison site all the way

BYX.com   Closes today.  Better as a Chinese name than a Western name because of the letters

EVRC.com   I think this one hits reserve.  VR in the middle.  C for Corp

TUZA.com   Good CVCV because it can be TOOZA and not short a Z.  Some CVCV look like they are missing a letter

Slinger.com  Sling.com is going to want this and the reserve shows the owner knows it

SockStore.com  I would buy my socks here.  But I buy a lot more socks than the average person

Zenku.com  A nice 5L.com.  May be able to hit reserve

BEPR.com   Met reserve under $500

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Pictor.com  A constellation which always makes a good brand.  Highest value on the board according to Godaddy

VCBC.com   I like this pattern.  And I like rhyming because its easier to remember

SolarHotWater.com   A bit generic to brand but if you make a device for this you should want to own this

NewCard.com   The value is credit card affiliate money

Iterio.com   I liked it visually and other entities using the word in their branding as well

CocoBar.com  Chocolate or beer.  Either way I’m going

MiracleBelt.com   This thing better be pretty special

MichaelWaltrip.com   Great American NASCAR driver.  Most people don’t know he is huge.  6 foot 5

Slim5.com  I don’t see any value but I do order this at Jimmy Johns if that has any value

UnSearch.com   Could be used in an advertising campaign like 7-up the UnCola.  And I wish there were a few things I could take back and unsearch.   So privacy is another angle as I type this out

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

LeafGen.com  I’ve labeled all leaf names into canna names

JongUn.com  Everyone knows Kim Jong-un but nobody has bid on the name

2nd.co Not a fan of .co but this one isn’t too bad.  Rather have 1st though

CommunityDesigns.com   Sounds like a big architectural firm.  One bid

ThePerfectSleep.com  People are always searching for good sleep. The “the” saves you a bit of money on this one

IslandBuyer.com Yes.  There are people that specialize in selling islands

FaceArmor.com  Great name for cold weather gear.  Surprisingly no bids

ColorYourMind.com  Because someone is going to use this as their slogan. One bidder at $10

DFunk.com   Music all the way

ExtraProxy.com  You can never have enough proxy servers to visit sites and leave comments you’re not man enough to leave with your real name

WristKey.com My guess is eventually your watch is going to have facial recognition that opens all locked doors

Emergio.com  the main word of emerge makes this strong IMO

OldQuality.com  because old people always think their stuff was made better back in the day.  Usually true

GanjaVodka.com  Why not.  They’ve made everything else with marijuana

MortalFire.com  Sounds like fantasy genre name.  No bids

SolarMotions.com  I would name my solar installation company this in a second

RareGourmet.com  Umm. The ever elusive lobster popcorn

Oversheet.com Means nothing to me but sounds like a new company or app

Kittyline.com  A line for kitties.  I guess that was obvious

PickMyDress.com  Crowd source your wedding or prom dress look

 

The Rest of the Names With Bids

101Corp.com
13965051121.com
167977.com
175zy.com
21Gamble.com
2tehmovies.com
51173Wan.com
52jubaotuan.com
551628.com
659522.com
80619.com
AmateurePrivat.com
AskMatrix.com
BakeTheNeat.com
BHSeo.com
BusinesseBooks.com
bxg7.com
ChurchStreetDistrict.com
Clieo.com
CliftonCenter.org
CordilleraLodge.com
Download-BlueStacks.com
EcoShieldInc.com
EettroSmog.com
EsportsMediaGroup.com
GlarKware.com
GoGrit.org
Green-Living.com
gxjpnz.com
HerefordBreeder.net
Hongsankeji.com
Hotmms.net
HowToBeanSeoHero.com
JimmyVanBramer.com
Jinyuezs.com
jlgg888.com
jnh0595.com
KandyNews.net
Leo7.com
LodgeHotel.com
LoHouse.com
MegaClubMusic.com
MrDean.com
mxyh520.com
NathanPowell.me
PetDogAndCatServices.com
Polished.org
PRMatrix.com
RatCages.com
RedIndianLodge.com
SealevelAussies.com
See-Tennessee.com
SmartLearners.com
Softsha.com
SouthernCouncil.org
StVincentSF.com
TheBlogFathers.com
ThePwna.org
ThriveHome.com
TravelSouk.com
TryOnlineDatingSites.com
TVTab.com
VWTE.com
Wpgheli.com
Wumudao.com
XinHongXing.com
xsbjgs.com
YCCQ.com
YouziShizu.com
ystjjd.com
ZhongYuan214.com

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