Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday June 27th , 2018

Jun 27 2018

Escrow.com

 

I just love watching The Domain King troll domain investors.  Yesterday’s appraisal post was a perfect example.  He makes fun of appraisals and how naive domain investors are in asking them or relying on them.  Yet the comments are completely full of people seeking his appraisal.  The only thing worse is the “Post a domain for sale” post in which 99.9% of the names are terrible and/or priced ridiculously.  What truly ruins it for everyone is when a domain actually sells.  It ruins it because now there is some confirmation that it might actually leads to a sale.  Which results in another post

If you want info look at some completed sales.  Yesterday’s reported sales at Sedo had some good names.  Firehose.com at $35,000 reemphasized that single word dot coms are skyrocketing in price.  Probit.com was nice.  The “bit” part got it to $15K and from talking to friends this actually has been the sweet spot $15-20K for bitcoin and crypto names that have chain,bit, or coin and short.  I’m sure MediaOptions could add some zeros to that thought.

I’ve had some some success selling names at Afternic using BIN.  A few a month with my sweetspot being $1500 to $2K .  Yesterday’s name was AmericanRooster for $1581.    I bought it for under $30 a few years ago.  Names like this have been selling well for me.  Easy to spell, two word, dot coms.   They aren’t home runs but they have been giving me an extra $5K each month to put back in to more names which are some nice singles.   And every time they sell it reminds me to add in all the names I’ve purchased recently that I haven’t put in to Afternic.  Off to do that now.   Here are today’s domains.  Hope you find a good one. Click to see the latest price

Quote of the Day:  “I can resist everything but temptation”  -Oscar Wilde

Domain of the Day:   IndoorFarming.com     From canna to food production, this is a HUGE industry going forward

 

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

UML.com, GoldenLion.com, and Countryside.com   All fantastic name, you think any of these will make reserve?

DigitalTrade.com   This one will.  One of my favorite on the list today

ConSun.com  With sun in Spanglish.  I see a solar name here.  No reserve

StockPicture.com  Reserve met at $70.  Add an S to this and have a very nice name although photo is the preferred word

MendenhallGlacier.com   A 13 mile long glacier in Alaska.  A beautiful place to see and visit. A half of million visitors a year think its worth the trip.  No reserve

Maffet.com  No bids.  A last name and a few businesses

TraderBlock.com  another crypto trading type name

TypeBeats.com    Type beats are beats in hip hop and rap that are the type of beats a particular artist would use.  People download them or use them on youtube.  No reserve

GREAT DOMAINS  auction going on RIGHT NOW

VQX.com  Already met reserve at under $12K

Dump.com  Reserve was less than I thought it would be.  Ironically this is the default name in my created link for Sedo

Umex.com  This is going to sell and if Trump has his way will have it immediately seized and deported for having Mex in the name

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ZapBikes.com   Old company merged with something else and formed new name.  Didn’t see a trademark for it. 1996 name

WeeklyPress.com   Start your own fake news site

WallStar.com   Godaddy gives it a $7,000 valuation which will most likely give people confidence that may or may not be due

RongChuang.com  As expected is already at $5600K

Travelite.com  Most bids on the GD board today.  An upgrade name for so many products and entities

BitNick.com and BitCoinFreak.com   Lower prices don’t seem to stop the bitcoin name sales

Sunglasses.me  This is where Godaddy’s valuation tool really struggles

Vivvo.net  407,000 backlinks can’t be wrong

SocialJungle.com  It really is a jungle out there

NetworkGlobal.com   .Global will tell you that Global is very very valuable.  2nd highest valuation on board by GD as well

Codeset.com  Sounds technical.    Easy to say and spell

 

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

DrBean.com  Mr. Bean goes to medical school

SolarInstitute.org  Aged and sounds very official.   Solar is the future

CarFinder.org Obviously .com would be much much better but this is $12.  Risk reward is a whole lot lower, or is it higher?

BestInventions.com Patent auction house

BroadbandIllinois.com    Upgrade name for several entities.  Dozens of other cities and states available today

BroadBuild.com  Another good brand name with broad in it

Zangria.com   Nice sounding brand.  I’m sure most will be reminded of Sangria

GameBunny.com  No bids.  Bunny names make good brand IMO.  It could be because I’m eating Blue Bunny Ice Cream

CoinVan.com Delivering you coin news .  No bids at $12

ModernLandscapeSolutions.com  Upgrade name for several companies

RankHosts.com High CPC for hosting. No bids

Hlong.com  Vietnamese name

CProfit.com Coin profit. Bitcoin Profit. Bitcoin.   Only a few degrees of separation from billions of dollars

LandPop.com  Not sure what it would be used for but catchy and cheap

 

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

043.org
22cash.com
ActorsForum.com
AssociationForNetworkCare.com
b997.com
BeRitaParanormal.com
Bloguest.com
BuonanotteToronto.com
ClickAndHire.net
Compta-alg.com
ConsumerStore.com
CookEatBehealthy.com
CryptoDon.com
CryptoInvestmentClub.com
FeldmanLawCenter.com
FictionMagazines.com
GhotiFishing.com
Hanqidq.com
HomeFragrance.com
HowToSellYourBusiness.com
iBeautyShare.com
InAJar.com
IntegrityBlock.com
LeadingEdgeAviation.com
Linsf.com
LoneStarTimes.com
LuxWedding.com
LyricSport.com
MapleValleySyrup.com
MCXM.net
Method-seo.com
Millervaneaton.com
NationalParty.net
NicePack.com
NorthernCree.com
NukeForums.com
PaulKearneyOnline.com
PregnancyAwareness.com
PureSafari.com
ReachDisability.org
RevelResorts.com
RunningWild-Iowa.com
SanDiegoMuseum.org
ScheduleRoadTest.com
SharpAdvisors.com
SingleCauseSingleCure.org
SkilledAdvisors.com
SoftballDaddy.com
SpringLamb.com
SpyWhizz.com
StayStar.com
SteamGaroo.com
TheGambleSociety.com
TheIQMaster.com
TMDA.net
TracyHyde.net
TutoringAmerica.com
TwoMaples.com
VeganSuppers.com
VictorSavkin.com
Wattsapp.com
WineryBusinessForSale.com
WoodbridgeDrivingLessons.com
WordRage.com
Xpool.net
Youusp.com
ZenMetrics.com
ZodiacScent.me
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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9 comments

  1. Fatih Oz

    I think he has to publish a book rather than posting same things over and over again. I see no benefit in seeing how stupid people are. There will always be people like that in every industry that are looking for lottery wins and there will always be people making mistakes but learning and shifting.

    Yes it is funny and we laugh everytime he posts but at the end makes no sense for the one that really wants to learn.

    1. Vito

      Agree 100% Steve.
      Got stung myself in the middle there when all i was really trying to do was direct people there for some appraisals. Newer domainers do need to see that from our domaining veterans sometimes. Hopefully some do learn and save some $ thinking every crappy domain is an instant winning lottery ticket.
      .
      I did read post in its entirety and still believed his title and opening paragraph, that he was in fact this one time giving appraisals. Its a shame because it really could have been useful to those that are seeking a little direction. Jokes on me i guess.
      .
      Shane, the complex formula you used for sales price of AmericanRooster sale made me lol.

  2. Carl

    Shane — Congrats on selling AmericanRooster for $1581! That’s an interesting price to set for a BIN. Could you share how/why you set the BIN at that amount? (instead of $1488, $1499, etc). Thanks!


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Carl,

      That is a very good question. It comes down to a mathematical formula combined with a personality valuation based on certain categories. Oh wait, never mind. I actually used my room number from back in college 🙂

  3. Carl

    Didn’t need to! 🙂 During my senior year, I had the best dormroom (located next to the stairwell). The room# was 3E41. Since that # sucks, I will have to develop a new mathematical formula instead! 😉

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