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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday January 15th, 2020

You’ve heard me say this before but I use one test to see if a “brandable” is a good brandable. I ask myself “Can I see this as a name of a beer I’d order” “Would someone in Oregon name their new IPA this?” . If I can, then I think it’s worth owning. We can then move to is it worth the price. Obviously a name can be a good brand but not be professional enough for some companies like Glitter Chicken (made up, taken in dot com, available in .io). I would absolutely pick up a case of Glitter Chicken. From that point it comes down to how much it goes for at auction or from a private sale. Although I have a zero percent chance of reaching out to buy a brandable name. It has to be part of a bulk package or at auction.

All that being said, the best prices in domains generally come from a company that is upgrading to a name or already has the name in mind for their startup and would like to buy the corresponding domain. That’s why number of trademarks and other TLDS registered are a great determinate of chance of sale. Your chances drop greatly if you’re hoping someone is going to look through a brandable site and pick yours as their new name. It does happen, but generally the brainstorm of a name is at a table and not at a brandables site. I’m sure Brandbucket and DAN have the statistics on how many people buy a name that wasn’t the page they entered through. If not they should. Because it shows desire for A name vs THE name the landed on. It also shows the value of their site.

On another note the Godaddy logo is fine. People don’t like it because its boring. Lacking personality. It copies AirBnB in the ball sack look. Look at AirBnB’s logo above. It literally is a pair of testes. You see that trending on Twitter? Nobody cares. Amazon’s Smile looks like a circumsized penis. The reality is people just don’t like change and brands like penises. Live with it. Godaddy is the brand and other than domain investors, I don’t think anyone knew that the crazy red headed stick figure was their logo and they won’t care about the GO……..or eggs………..or testes.

Quote of the Day: Never judge a book by its movie.” — J. W. Eagan

Domain of the Day: What so many people are searching for. Also the top number of bids on the Godaddy list today

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Term for athletes if they sit out a year or just a brand I think they prefer just being called Chef but there is a big market for corporate Chef in California and NY Could be a company like Med Ranks that helps the medical field with their rankings, ratings, feedback, and social media presence No reserve expiry name. I for International or Iceland A trap I used to buy at the magic store and also a great brand. I’d buy a beer named this. Memorable and an easy logo Registered in 21 different TLDs I’m not advising to buy it but must admit I’m curious about the history behind the original registration. Afraid to look on And its been registered since 2000. That’s a lot of shit. PS if you are looking for a shortner for this brand is also expiring Short for Syracuse I was thinking it was a typo of Cornell but its more than that. And registered in 60 plus TLDs 21 years old. For some reason I now want Banana Bread All your poses on one chart Found some action after our last listing but still under $500 Patreon in bitcoin Not a great name but I sure love honey names At 18 bids I think it has more bids than any Sedo expiry name ever Above average 5L with no bids

Godaddy Domains With Bids I can only imagine what this would have gone for at peak crypto at NamesCon Price reflects backlinks and history. The slogan for ObamaCare Flower now means bud in canna And no better place to get it than on a beach Nothing more beautiful IMO HUGE PPC. 21 years old and getting a solid price Pairs on the end bring you money my friend Three number dot net. More rare than a Domain Investor that played High School sports good marketing name for a financial advisor. All it takes is one added account to pay for the purchase ology names sell. Just look at Namebio and see Whoisology. Both strong assets Ad company name, app, or service Passionate group. The smaller the dog, the more disposable income Sounds like a Vegan mostly subscription box Sweet name That pretty much covers it Knock off of Fashion Police on E! Fashion app all the way Dogs = money. Not always true but seems like the disposable income increases as the dog gets smaller Has the big .net discount in the ass Sounds “techy” or just a new brand of glue

Godaddy Names With One of No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

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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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday January 15th, 2020”

  1. BestSelf is an upgrade name for a popular company at And at the same time “be your best self” is a popular saying. Both are driving up the price on that one. It’s sky high already.

    Also how many times is redshirts going to pass through the Namejet cheese grater?

  2. Would it make a good beer? Exactly my thought process when I registered Then come to find out beer for dogs is actually a thing. Even better.

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