Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday January 9th, 2019

Jan 09 2019

Escrow.com

So here is my domain portfolio from Feb of 2009.  The price to the right is what I paid for them.  I haven’t gone back to see which names I still have but unfortunately I still have quite a few of them.  One thing I noticed as I looked at it again is my blatant trademark infringing domains.  I was trying to make a little typo money and in hind site I was a squatter.  I learned pretty quickly and none of those are in my portfolio (pretty sure they aren’t).  Thankfully I didn’t get sued like so many domain investors did.  The other negative is what is not in my portfolio 10 years ago. So many great domains were available to buy back then yet I didn’t take advantage.  I just didn’t know what I was doing and this is the route I took.   Like I said in an earlier post, at least I didn’t lose money on my first batch of domain purchases. I sold enough of these to pay for all of them and the renewals and used that money to buy 20 NNNN.coms so it worked out fine.  That probably did well enough to make up for what I missed out on.  I also know that if I had bought really good names I would have sold them anyway because I was happy to make almost anything when I started.  $1000 moved the needle back then and should now but doesn’t as much as I’d like.   Take a look, critique all you want because its done and can’t change anything (except drop some names).  I know I still have HDDH, Koggy, Koosy, and Soosy but most are sold or dropped.   And if you want to go to DomainIQ and see what I have now you’ll see its getting better.  Of course it better after a decade of doing this.  And ignore the 6N and the dot nets at DomainIq.   Those are all pretty much gone now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

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Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Toolbar.org   Productivity domains.  Pretty much everything has a toolbar up top.  Met reserve

Infection.org    As soon as anyone gets sick or hurt the first place they turn to is the Net.   Also met reserve

Stolen.net  17 years old.  Good name for a watchdog/reporting site.  Met reserve

Commission.io    Some great comps for io on Park.io.  Multiple uses.  Commission a painting or art comes to mind first

OMGR.com  Oh My God is all I see now when I see OMG

AHAL.com    A collected VCVC pattern.  Also a typo of Anal if that gives it any value

NDND.com   Another nice collectible.    Notre Dame

Havy.com   the Havy and the Havy nots

KPO.com   If the reserve is towards the left side of the range it could sell

Spritze.com  Syringe in German

Xenly.com  No bids on this Sedo expiring name

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

HireToday.com    Another Indeed but actually shows what the site is about

Sugababes.com   Godaddy gives this the top value on today’s list.   Never even heard of the British girl group that fills the Google results

TheHawkeyeInitiative.com  Top number of bids but you’re buying history and backlinks at this price

Ramir.com   Its a first name and surname.   And a nice little 5L.com

Obuda.com   Means “Old Buda” and is a section of Budapest which was a merger of Buda and Pest.  We all learned today

Buyai.com  People are probably bidding on BuyAI than a regular old 5L.com

BeSelective.com   Sounds like solid advice

The808.com  Two uses here.  One its the area code for Hawaii.  Two its the machine they used to do the beats back in the old school hip hop days.   All about the 808

MiamiInteriors.com    Miami is the home

2648.net   I have no idea what NNNN.nets go for but I’ll learn a little more today. With

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

HeliGolf.com  Just like it sounds.  Take a helicopter and swoop in and play a round of golf.   I see it in Hawaii

Muzicol.com  I see Musical.  Used to be a crowdfunding site for music artists.  I guess we know how it worked out.  Gets a little traffic

eStrip.com  Plenty of room for more Chaturbate type sites.  Even though I don’t know what that is

MoreCode.com  Not a terrible domain for $12

NegativeUniversity.com  I know a few guys that graduated from this place. Or I assume they did

SuperCult.com  I prefer Super Cultra

GoodGrass.com  I actually think this could work well for lawn grass not just cannabis

GetTheAnswer.com  More memorable than Quora

LawnGirl.com  Girls/Women can do lawn maintenance too

BigWaters.com  Sounds like a waterpark that makes me almost fall asleep on the drive home because the kids ran me ragged

DraftNinja.com  Let Draft Ninja help you win the draft and win the league

Yerik.com  I think most 5L are worth $12 at this point.  My opinion only.  Don’t buy based on my statements or you will lose all your money and you’ll be forced to work for Mike Berkens and I making sure we’ve used there, they’re, and their

MotherLabs.com A startup that raises a company like only a mother could

 

 The Rest of the Names With Bids

4Sub.com
68459.com
99cb.com
9cdx.com
A1Smile.com
AimuStudios.com
Alteum.com
AMZ1.com
AsRedAs.com
B855.com
BrentwoodSmile.com
Catered2.com
ChicagoInvestigations.com
CorneliaRead.com
Cyuana.com
dailyenmoveme.com
DashShaw.com
EdwinDearborn.com
FileFreakout.com
Fitla.com
FreedomTechnologyCenter.org
FSSnet.com
GAHQ.com
GeoEnlaces.com
GlobalSolidarityGroup.org
GroupeleNavigateur.com
Gzzlwl.com
hkapcb.com
HomeEnergyRemodeling.com
i7kchina.com
LawyersRealEstate.com
Litee.org
Nikaran.com
NoCruelCosmetics.org
Nutrition-Solutions.com
oj-mw.com
phpix.org
PilgrimsMenu.com
Product-Key-Finder.com
QIDH.com
realmadridselfie.com
rl1908.com
RoyalPhoenix.com
ShadowLocked.com
Shushilan.com
Slum.net
sqxhsm.com
SupplementWizard.com
TNMurphybeds.com
Trovejo.com
VenturacountyWest.com
Xrdqgs.com
yfmc888.com
YMOV.com
Yuanqiba.com
ZQMV.com

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3 comments

  1. Tony

    I’m kind of confused here but are you confusing NNNN.com with LLLL.com or did the 20 NNNN.com’s come after these purchases? Those 20 NNNN.com alone would be high 6 figures today. I know you were early with the short names so the LLLL.com’s make sense but I don’t remember you ever mentioning buying NNNN.com.

      1. Tony

        Thanks for the correction. I think part of the genius of the domain curmudgeon is that he had the conviction to hold onto his domains. But then again he had residual income from his adult domains so maybe not so genius.

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