Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday January 23rd, 2019

Escrow.com

 

The replenishment of assets.  This is a cost of doing business that all businesses take into account.  When it comes to pricing I feel like domain investors pull numbers out of their ass.  There really isn’t any rationale to what price they come up with other than “as much as I can get”.   Cost can be a component but you can often buy a name for $500 and sell it for $12,000 so returns look crazy good.  But what does come into play is what it would cost to buy another similar name to make sure my portfolio stays at the same level.  Imagine a store where as people buy products you don’t restock.  It become hard to keep the revenue coming in. The same goes for domain investing.  The cost to replenish has skyrocketed over the last few years which has caused me to increase the prices and expectations of most of my names.  In short, they are more valuable because similar names at wholesale are more expensive.   I never look at my return based on cost because many of the names I purchased many years ago at cheap prices. If I had a third party business person look at the name they would be ecstatic to sell it for 20% of what I am looking for based on cost to sale price.  I look at the return based on what it would sell for at wholesale value today.  I won’t lie, there are days where I think it would be easier to just sell through my portfolio and invest in other things like real estate and other markets but I have a passion for names and I truly enjoy the domain market. I don’t get anywhere near the same enjoyment out of the other markets and my returns are as good or better than anything else I could invest in.

On a person note I’m really having a great time in Kenya.  I’ve written many times about my passion for running and standing side by side the best runners in the world with some being the best runners in history.  The local town has had a giant epidemic of hepatitis this week so although we are seeing injured runner with no insurance many of us had move over help with the hepatitis patients because the hospital was inundated with patients. Fortunately we all have had our series of shots but they have run out at the hospital.  It just puts life in perspective when you work in the hospital of a third world country.  What do I do as a nurseryman?  Not nearly as much as the doctors and nurses.  My wife and I are the only non doctors or medical students in the group. So we do administration.  Walk the patients from one part of the hospital to the other.  Take their information. Go into the town and the local tracks and talk to people and let them know that we are at the hospital and providing free care.  I’m not a shy person so they take advantage of my big mouth.  But again, the doctors are the real heroes.  I am grateful they let me tag along and hold their cape. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD continue writing each day.

Quote of the Day:  “What we think, or what we know, or what we believe is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do.” — John Ruskin

Domain of the Day:  Virtas.com     Easy to say and spell and already the name of several entities

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

eCollaterals.com  Nice financial name with a few bidders.  e still exudes online IMO

CZ.com   Not very often you get a LL.com up for auction.  Need to be a millionaire to play though

2N.com  Another that will take a nice bank account to acquire

HQN.com   If the reserve is closer to the left side it could be a good deal

Mexo.com   Met reserve so its going to a new home

PlantMedic.com  Right up my alley. This will definitely sell to an enduser down the road.  Now we just have to figure out how much to pay and what the enduser price will be.

ThePretender.com  Plenty of pretenders in the world to give this one some value

WENR.com   Wenr wenr chicken denr

CoffeeGrower.com  Not going to sell it for a lot but some coffee grower may use it for an email or something. No bids

 

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Singin.com  Highest value by Godaddy on the board.  Bidders don’t quite agree but still doing well

UpwardSpiral.com  Exudes positivity in my mind.  18 year old name

TreeSavers.com   You knew I was going to like it

Vertual.com    Getting quite a few bids.  I like typos but I think this is more confusing than cool

HighRate.com    People generally don’t like high rates but it is easy to spell and remember

NWWR.com   Great letters and the NW is good for Northwest

Water-Damage.com  It has a hyphen but still a great marketing domain for a company that offers that service.  You would remember it on the side of a truck.  And its a HUGE business.  My friend owns a storm damage, flood clean up business and kills it

Ninko.com   My kind of name.  A nice little 5L.  A name I could have gotten for next to nothing 8 years ago and now it will probably go for over $500.  I could build a portfolio of 100 of these for $5K back when I started. Now its going to take $40K plus

Posiq.com   Another nice 5L

IronDust.com   Sounds like and 80s rock band.  Memorable brand IMO

SongBee.com  Upgrade name for several entities.  Won’t misspell this one. Good radio test

Junox.com   Another nice 5L.com

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

DeepGenius.com  Sounds like an AI company. No bids at $12

CoalFiredPizza.com This actually has a bidder.  I would only use it as a joke site

BoatFoot.com  Not sure when it ends but memorable and brandable

GuardHawk.com  Exudes security and an easy logo

WellnessTesting.com  Going to be a marketing name.  To small to build around but more and more people are offering wellness checks

StatusGuard.com   As good of a name as lifelock

RepDoctor.com  Reputation repair still a thing? No bid

 

 

 The Rest of the Names With Bids

0604.cc
1000cx.com
18thmass.com
359g.com
447t.com
Acarc.com
AdStatus.com
AlbertoPonticelli.com
AmisHandMore.com
AndroidAppHack.com
AngelBot.com
Anvpc.com
Arabb.com
AspArion.com
Awpov.com
Ayaochi.com
BlackThumbGardener.com
BroWars.com
ByteBull.com
Chaoji8888.com
CheatsForAndroid.com
ChunDo.com
Cidero.com
CloudVirtual.com
cnshuaijiao.com
Ctqcp.com
Czhuoli.com
DesotoSpeedway.net
Digsam.com
DSSO.org
DZE.org
EcommerceManagement.com
Ellensessentials.com
Exstora.com
FanShen7777.com
FF500.com
FirstClassPainting.com
Gamerwld.com
GDHexiang.com
Gesah.net
GX19.com
HolidayLighting.com
HoneysChicago.com
HZMY1.com
Iliuman.com
IndochinaVoyagesTravel.com
IsConImaging.com
JackOfKent.com
Jiqian.com
LaPhotos.com
Lizipeng.com
MadMarket.net
MassMetroFire.org
MChanga.com
MedGenic.com
MidDot.com
Midorijs.com
ModelloConcrete.com
Newtx.com
NicoYazoom.com
NormaKay.com
NorthparkHomeSandCabins.com
Novo-Marketing.com
OccultView.com
Optimaco.com
pa600.com
PausenLearn.com
PinardSA.com
qzqcdj.com
Railtel.com
RDXMasti.com
RodFile.com
SchoolIQ.com
SciotocountyCandor.com
ShouYou84.com
Sidekicks.net
SoVage.com
StayForeverFit.com
szxcwz.com
TinyHealthy.com
TushMedia.com
Valsoft.us
VegasBus.com
VIFR.com
VMeer.com
WALEnglish.com
wcxdaj.com
WebLegs.com
WooPorn.com
Xinan88.com
Xshds.com
Ychgo.com
YENH.com
Zeichnungen.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
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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday January 23rd, 2019”

  1. Great work out there Shane, Hoping one day you look into coming in Uganda as well for the same purpose. Can’t wait to see you. I love reading your blog on a daily basis.

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