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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday June 12th, 2019

I’ve said this a million times, everyone gives domain investors WAY too much credit as far as trying to sell their names.  99% of all domain investors I know wait for incoming offers.  So when someone says that a name is worth less because a domain investor put it up for auction because it never gets offers isn’t really correct.  They are too lazy to squeeze the juice.  They put it up for sale for a multitude of reasons, one being no quality offers came in while they owned it. Here’s where the bag holding/timing decision comes in.  Is it a junk domain or is it a name that has to wait for the right buyer?  Did the domain investor list it on Afternic, Godaddy, and every possible place to get exposure?  Did they ask for the moon when they could have made a few thousand?  Those are all question you may or may not know the answer to.  But I can tell you from personal history that I received offers totaling 4 times what I sold my domains for at auction at Namejet 3 or 4 years ago.  I forgot to take them off Uniregistry and over the years I have kicked myself 5 or 6 times because I have had some incredible offers on domains I sold at auction.  I even received a $25,000 offer on a name I gave to a local landscaper.  I’m not saying don’t auction your names.  There are times you need cash flow and some names wholesale value isn’t too far off of retail.  What I am saying is there are a lot of solid names being sold off by other domain investors because they like to turn and burn.  Look at the Booth Brothers.  Pretty much every single name they sold to other domain investors and every single one of them sold it for a lot more.  Their role in the domain food chain is the hunter.  They don’t cure the meat and eat it later.  They keep moving.
When it comes down to it it is always the same.  Is it a good name or not at that price?  How or why it came to market is good for storytelling but generally irrelevant in the valuation of the name.  They say timing is everything and somehow the successful domain investors always seem right on time ,when in reality they just know a good name when they see one.  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:     Should do well with identity theft and security being at the top of everyone’s security threats

Quote of the Day: If you accomplish something good with hard work, the labor passes quickly, but the good endures; if you do something shameful in pursuit of pleasure, the pleasure passes quickly, but the shame endures.” –Musonius Rufus


Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction  Met reserve at $11K.  Kurt K, you still read this?  This was made for you Also met reserve under $9K. I’m going to buy it and give it to Kings of Leon for front row seats   Met reserve at $4K.  How can you not say alright alright when you see it  Met reserve at $1K.  Pretty low reserve for one of the better platform names

Rental.Property   One of the best dot property you can own   looks like someone is going for a flip   I like these types of names.  Memorable and can be anything   Sounds like a restaurant to me  The DNAcademy of Bitcoin   Gambling or collaborative site  Sedo has a NLL at expiry which you don’t see very often  and  no bids on these either  A few things named this.  No bids

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids  Top number of bids on the GD board today.  USA trade has been at the top of the news now that Trump has favored tariffs    A section of South London and also a great brand on its own   A ton of states are making one use plastics illegal and straws fit in the category so this name will have increased value with time  It’s not a word that many people use but Compliance to rules and regulations is a full time job for many  Might be a push but I see tuxedo rentals here  The Google results show this is for a script that lets you build real estate sites and listings  Of course this is the highest price on the board today   I would think a title/escrow company would want to own this one  3 peas in a pod is a popular term.  Upgrade name for a few companies.   24 hours of Cosplay  Senior living and care is one of the fastest growing/most profitable industries in the US right now  The hottest diet/lifestyle is something I want to be part of  Looks and sounds cute and is a .  That’s all I got   You know what they do and the name is from 1996  Flexible blockchain  Doesn’t make any sense but that won’t stop the dictionary word buyers   I don’t care how the end user brands this one it will always mean poops to most people  I don’t know what it is but I know I won’t misspell it.  I can handle moon and ball  Sounds like a social media platform your grandmother made up  Smart makes it sound better   17 years old  DropCatching or fishing  One of the two word dot coms that IMO are a nice add if priced right   Mod cars, games, tech


Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids


The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

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One Reply to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday June 12th, 2019”

  1. Shane, is up today – would have been a good mention with your opening. I agree, people will come to you if your name is good – and visible.

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