Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday July 3rd, 2019

Jul 03 2019

Escrow.com

After 10 years of domain investing I’ve realized something.   My best investment strategy is to simply do nothing.  Time is on my side.  Every day that passes my good domains are increasing in value.  The key is to buy names that fit in that category.  Because the rest are liabilities that just add renewal fees.   I am successful in domain investing because I have a job that pays my bills that is not domain investing.  I have zero need to sell a domain other than to feed my addiction of buying names.  Fortunately I have sold just enough to appease that addiction and when I don’t have any money to spend, I move my focus towards other things that occupy my time and distract my addiction.

Two things happen with my “setup”.  My bills all get paid.  My lifestyle is intact.  I get to choose what to do with my post tax money.  Buy more domains or spend it on something.  With prices rising as fast as they are I’ve gotten to do both.   Prices have enabled me to replace the domain, pay my taxes, and take some trips.  I know Rick Schwartz has been preaching this method forever but it’s pretty hard to do nothing when ever day you look over every domain available at auction.  The desire to buy builds and I don’t bring in other income into domain investing,  so its sell to buy.   Don’t get me wrong, there is a great business model to buying and selling domain at auction. Auctions are the lifeblood of our industry.  I just am too busy to do anything more than put in a price I want for a domain and come back to see if I won.  I also just wait for domain offers to come in.  Wait, wait, wait.   Wait for a better domain to come for sale, wait for cash to build,  and wait for better offers.   Time is on my side and I have plenty of things to occupy my time while I wait.   Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on

Domain of the Day: ReviewMe.com       The entire purchase process on the Internet is run by reviews

Quote of the Day:  A goal is not always meant to be reached; it often serves simply as something to aim at.” – Bruce Lee

 

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

TrickPoker.com   Because the real money in poker is made with slight of hand

SpecialtyFloors.com  Met reserve at $70. Don’t have to sell many floors to pay for that

RSGW.com  Expiring name so no reserve and will change hands

KentuckyClay.com  I like this as a brand.  Nobody agrees.  No bidders

GorillaShield.com  I think a gorilla would do a good job of protecting you

NativeHealing.com   Most results are for Native American healing techniques.  To me it is the same as natural healing

SmallTunes.com   Lil diddys

Skotel.com  I think ski hotel when I see it

Business.guru   A dot guru getting 12 bids.  Not sure I’ve seen that before

Skelt.com  5L.com with a reasonable opening bid

CrazyBus.com  I know a few people that seem to take this to work each day

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

CyberHome.com  Most bids on the Godaddy board today.  Yes, companies still use the word cyber

DuckFish.com  easy to spell and remember. Perfect brand

KeyLive.com  Same idea here but not as good of a name

VeganCandy.com  Pretty sure all candy is vegan but I guess that means the label will be correct

OSue.com  I put this on here thinking legal or girls name but all the Google results are for an acronym

SocialPeople.com  The domain doesn’t get me too excited.  Kind of bores me.  But I like bidders and this has quite a few

FSeek.com   1999 birthday.   F Seek and you will find

TToot.com   Toot Toot.   Has a bid so it will sell

Lechea.com  A type of herb which would also make a good brand name

83339.com  The triple 3s has this over $5K

BlueStock.com  generic at its finest

StudioTech.com  So many uses for this one.  Anything tech because it says that right in the name

Jestem.com  I am in Polish

LVBV.com  Las Vegas something

FaucetLabs.com   TokenFaucet.com sold for $21K recently so why not

TheDoorpost.com  I like it but I won’t lie.  I have no idea what a doorpost is

VisionIQ.com  20 year old domain.  Still sounds modern

Scenergy.com  A cool way to spell Synergy

Merkuri.com  People that like the above will probably like this one as well

GiftFind.com   Narrow down the rabbit hole that is Amazon

Canna420.com   I’m long canna, meh about canna domains

Fonetica.com   Seems like a good language name

Zulab.com   Nice inexpensive 5L.com

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

SocialCoctail.com

Chrislo.com

iDropoff.com

Plesk.org

RiverGang.com

TheRestStop.com

The321.com

HipRing.com

BrainEgg.com

YourPhysical.com

FareTrack.com

TrackCost.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

163mg.com
21dunr.com
515sf.com
5wuwu.com
69309.com

AAAlc.org
AcousticPC.com
AgriVideos.com
AksarbenLocksmiths.com
animesonlineq.com
Appliance911SeaBreeze.com
ArnoldJazz.com
Bavly.com
Benerus.com
BlendMyLearning.com
BromeliadLiving.com
BuggyLaw.com
Buy-Zero-Down.com
caltv-furniture.com
CantWellLonghornSaloon.com
CarTeasy.com
cbdhempnews.com
CenturionSolutions.com
clw1.com
CryptoBank24.com
CubPlay.com
CurbPro.com
CVIG.com
d9sk.com
DDUQ.com
DiverseyYachtClub.com
DMSocial.com
DollReader.com
dukesBrewAndQue.com
ElloryLondon.com
EnglishTalkLive.com
ExclusiveLed.com
FireChian.com
FishTankWarehouse.com
Giec0.com
GMALLC.com
GoipWeChat.com
Gozhangpu.com
GroganBrothersMoving.com
GuardW.com
h5Films.com
Hagao.com
Haobogj.com
HardwoodPro.com
HarrietJacobs.org
Hater-App.com
HealthChallengeWales.org
Heeeeeeeeeey.com
HenchmanApp.com
Huanjing66.com
JavaShare99.net
JiuGold.com
JSPO.com
Kedalvyuan.com
KowelskyPage.com
LBourdin.com
LegalSurety.com
LuMarama.co
Mag-Themes.com
MaximBet.com
mecooltvbox.com
MedicalMarijuanaMarketing.com
MiloMotors.com
mt1915.com
MundEllLowe.com
mxpw8.com
MyTeneo.net
NakedGirlsImage.com
Napthol.com
naturalextensionesdecabello.com
MNessences.com
Nuimba.com
PerrysMotorcycles.com
PeterGillies.com
PhoneSexLines.com
PornkaTube.com
PressReleasePros.com
RamHornFurniture.com
Ratuhati.com
RugbyLinks.net
Rumoured.com
SleepingWithRoseStour.com
SNVY.com
SunCoastJobs.com
SuperalsAT.com
TangYou114.com
Tejawal.com
TheHerbalReview.com
TheSpeaker.co
ToteMall.com
TrioYoga.com
VannuysKidScamp.com
Vibrantspasg.com
VietSites.net
VJY.net
WeBuyMacau.com
Wedku.com
Yahdt.com
YGUnion.com
Yun7023.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 good.

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2 comments

  1. chris geras

    As the great Jesse Livermore said, and so true with domains, “As long as a stock is acting right, and the market is right, do not be in a hurry to take a profit. You know you are right, because if you were not, you would have no profit at all. Let it ride and ride along with it. It may grow into a very large profit, and as long as the “action of the market does not give you any cause to worry,” have the courage of your convictions and stay with it.” -Jesse Livermore”

  2. Bar

    I’ve been doing this about a year and I’m finding that your mindset is the best mindset.

    Don’t be in a rush to sell. Don’t be in a rush to acquire (specifically getting into bidding wars at auctions). Definitely don’t be in a rush to spend all of your available funds because of FOMO. There will always be another opportunity around the corner.

    Patience is definitely the key to this game. And the best way to develop that patience is to work on something else!

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