Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday June 5th, 2019

Jun 05 2019

Escrow.com

I may be out of touch with the market.  I can’t even come within $1000 of guessing a final auction price of ordinary domains at this price.  Honestly, I can’t come within $4000 on some or 500% off.  The prices some of the names are going for at auction makes the retail price needed WAY above where I think need to be to sell it in the next few years.  You would think I’ve said this for years but I haven’t.  I always thought most names were deals compared to where they would be down the road.  We’re down the road.

Here are a few names Travis and I liked and were thinking about buying.  Take a look where they finished.   I do think there is some room on most of the names but MyTrack and WorldRealEstate hit a pretty high mark from where I thought it would be.  I figured half those numbers.  So instead of buying I decided to put a few names up for auction and take advantage of the demand.  Maybe then I can afford an ordinary name.

On a completely different side note I’ve started my marathon training for the Berlin Marathon in September. I turn 50 next month and I’d like to be 3:02/3:03 for the marathon which is solid for a big boned 50 year old.  I didn’t run much in May and worked on my diet and lost 15lbs in prep for training.  I’m hoping to drop the last 10 lbs over the summer and get down to 5% or so body fat all while trying to stay healthy and strong.  Its like walking a tightrope but so far I’ve been able to successfully drop weight for 10 years.   I walk around at 190 in the winter and try and normally run in the low 170s but I am feeling great and my diet is almost perfect so I think I can get to the 160s.  Perfect meaning I am getting the right amount of calories to sustain 15-20 miles of movement a day but everything that goes in is natural.  Tons of low fat meats, natural oils and fats like Avocado and fresh fruit and vegetables all day. Anything packaged is a treat but allow myself treats whenever I want them.    Another thing I am trying to do is breathe entirely through my nose.  Sounds silly but breathing through just my nose is hard.  I have to force myself to do it.  But I find if I do it through most of the day, when I go to mouth breathing, I feel like I’m getting a surge of oxygen.  I can’t do it when I run.  I feel like I’m being waterboarded if I try and do it on my run.

I did my first tempo run and was able to keep it at 6:45 pace (4:12 pace for you km people) for 7 miles.   By August I hope that is under 6:30 pace for 10 miles with rolling hills.   Last year I had trouble getting under 6:40 because I was doing my 20 mile runs a little harder than normal.   This year I am going to alternate weeks. One week I’ll put some pace to the long runs and the next week I’ll take it easy. That will allow me to crush my track workouts and tempo runs.

 

 

Domain Name / Due By Status Type Source High Bid My Max Bid End Date
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$811
6/2/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$935
$
6/2/2019
Lost
Public
Pre-Release
$1,500
6/1/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$505
$
6/1/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$1,645
$
6/1/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$5,556
$
5/31/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$1,200
$
5/31/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$4,560
$
5/31/2019
Reserve Not Met
Public
Pre-Release
$
5/31/2019
Reserve Not Met
Public
Pre-Release
$
5/30/2019
Lost
Private
Pre-Release
$343
$
5/30/2019

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: 

Quote of the Day:   

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Foreclosure.property     There are 10 or so names that are high CPC keywords in property.  This is one of them

15 aged dot com portfolio at Flippa.  Closes today. Under $100 at press time. A nice mix of names like ConsultingDepartment.com and MostSweet.com

PRCH.com  This was my favorite LLLL of the Sedo auction and it looks like bidders agree with me

BPOM.com   This one has crossed four figures but it also gets 700 plus monthly visits

TodaysLoser.com  Has a few bids.  Sounds like a site Trump would visit.  He likes to call people losers

BarcelonaHiking.com  There are some great places to hike in Barcelona.  No bidders

CrittersAndThings.com   Pet store all the way.  No bids

BridalMag.com    Two of the biggest houses in my area are people in the bridal and wedding business

Dionex.com  Sounds like a drug …and that makes it a good brand

StitchMaster.com  I feel like I could finally sew a button on my pants with this thing.  1996 birthday expiry name

SeptemberFest.com  Not sure someone will pay a lot for it but there are certainly events already called this because of the play on Octoberfest

PetHQ.com    Who wouldn’t want to be in the pet business right now?

AncientRhino.com    Sounds like an IPA so its a good brand

SouthPhiladelphia.com   Born and Raised.  Not me, the Fresh Prince

Dinance.com   Reserve is a little high but interesting play with Binance doing so well

TimeLab.com    The most valuable thing on earth …time

FashionCareers.com  If you look at all the recent billionaires you will see that a big part of them made their real money in fashion

ClosetHelp.com    Closet design and organization

EnergyWindow.com   solar windows or just keeping the cold and heat out

Domainologist.com   Made up name just for our industry

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

DreamAir.com  Most bids on the GD board today.   Airline comes to mind but marketing companies have been using it to mean light

TrySolar.com  Marketing name for solar company all the way

PropertyDeal.com   Under $600.  Here’s your next property based tv show

GoBeds.com  Portable sleep

HomeschoolCurriculum.com   Millions of kids are home schooled and their parents who play teachers are always looking for online curriculum and lesson plans

VTPeanutButter.com    There is a good story about this company vanishing in thin air

CryptoRumors.com  Come here to get the latest made up stuff

OffRoadLife.com  Got to get a little mud on the tires

FreeMedication.com   I see this as a service name for an organization that helps you qualify for free medication

Delfo.com   5Ls suck.  Brandbucket says they sell keyword names more often so you shouldn’t buy any

KetoTracker.com   I know a lot of people that have tried the Keto diet.  I know zero people that stay on it. But it does get them to eat healthier

BoomPop.com   Sounds like my hamstring at the Domain Conference soccer game

NodePay.com   Digital payments is the play

Cryptora.com   Bitcoin up means that crypto names are up

WorkGo.com   I see shared work space or some type of mobile productivity thingamabob

RawGym.com    Nightclubs and gyms are best with one word names.  Raw, Pump, Haze

MattressHQ.com   There are only like 15 mattress shops in every town so pretty sure you can find a buyer

TheRoundabout.com  The foreign edition of TheStoplight

Lots of 4Ls Today

BJIZ.com

DKYN.com

JDRH.com

UMXE.com

UVVI.com

VLEF.com

WVLM.com

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

 

70A.com

CloseTheBorders.com

Colt.io

HeirloomVegetableSeeds.com

ShortStaffed.com

Brainerz.com

EliteVoice.com

BeautifulSummer.com

GreatEscrow.com

WesternGear.com

EverestList.com

ThinFire.com

FlashLeaf.com

BoldTransitions.com

FaceExperts.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

0kx.com
77ds.com
AfricanCichlids.net
Ark2.com
Bailizi.com
Barika.com
bc890.com
BeautifulSocks.com
BitcoinDifficulty.com
BodyBoard.net
BSharpCoffeehouse.com
Caichuan.com
Canton-Mississippi.com
Carroponte.org
CMSummit.com
DesertPrincessGolfResort.com
DowntownSpastl.com
DriveForRebecca.org
ece2015.org
ece2016.org
EfendiBooks.com
eFinding.com
EyeTheMovie.com
FloridaVault.com
FonoChat.com
FourTwoNine.com
fultoncountyhs.org
Geinila.com
GingerHaze.com
GospelWear.com
GreengrocerDallas.com
Gyptian.com
Haixia888.com
HomeNumber.com
Idiinc.com
IMGPro.com
Inapco.com
Inconite.com
InfiniteHost.com
InspiringStory.com
iufost2018.com
Jerseys-Store.com
JetPSA.com
JonkEverest.org
KeepOnCouponIng.com
Kehaohb.com
Kitoks.com
ManorRenovations.com
MeanStack.com
MMMonthly.com
NdiaProject.com
NetDealers.com
NetProfitsToday.com
Neurai.com
NewcenturyDisplays.com
NimbleLearning.com
NorPack.com

Okey-Dokey.com
OnlineAppCheats.com
palette-mct.com
PetProducts.org
Postco.com
PowerIngaNation.org
Sarid.com
SipSandSpoonfuls.com
SkillSprout.com
SmartBuySell.com
Stampler.com
TestVirus.org
ThePassion8.com
ToJoin.com
ToTun.com
TWPride.org
UltimateWeddings.com
Verastv.com
WatchTalk.com
WDLink.com
WeareOne.org
WhiskeyWould.com
WishMenu.com
WorkAddress.com
YTups.com
ZenTaiChi.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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5 comments

  1. Rod

    I am interested in seeing who ends up with some of these way over wholesale names. I feel like these prices are outside of the budget of the average Joe domain investors. I am wondering if there is some market manipulation going on here.

    I’ve stopped buying and watching godaddy expiring auctions because it’s become a waste of time(or money)

    1. Eugene

      +1. I’ve stopped bidding on most venues as well. I only backorder dropping domains and just buy what I win outright (no other backorders). I don’t backorder at NJ anymore to avoid being noticed.

  2. Eugene

    Everyone wanted the industry to mature. Here we go. Not only endusers have better understanding of domain value, the industry got flooded with deep-pocket investors.

  3. chris geras

    Yes, the demand is increasing at all levels, and prices are going up. I have noticed at GD this increase especially in the last few months. I am second place on about 90%. And I DO look to see who got them. Deep pockets, mostly. HugeDomains and many of us known players. And I look at who picks up my drops. Yep, HugeDomains.

    I am already aware that I sell too cheap. But, higher costs and higher demand, for the good names must force prices up across the boards at retails.

    How was the boat???

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