Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 24th, 2018

Oct 24 2018

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It’s been an interesting week in domain investing.  Oliver Holger is suing Konstantinos of Online Domain over his articles about the Namejet bidding.  Actually its really not been very interesting lately and that’s why this is news.  While I try to stay out of the drama of the domain industry now days this case may prove to be interesting.   I and many other domain investors have had our run in with Konstantinos over the years and I too was about to seek a legal take down at one point on things said about me at his blog.  Slander can often be masked by opinion and free speech but anything said must be proven to be completely true or consequences should be paid.  I had people calling me a pedophile and other ridiculous things in the comment sections.  Konstantinos eventually took most of the things down.  In one instance of the comment writer actually asked that some be taken down because they looked back and felt bad about what was written.   The blog had become a free for all where anything could be said.  It turned from “telling it like it is” to saying anything you want.  In my opinion, the way it was going it was just a matter of time before someone sued.  The positive in all this is now Konstantinos gets to pay to find out if Oliver Holger did illegal things at Namejet.   He gets to answer all the questions and accusations.  Its going to be expensive but to win its something he has to do.   My guess is he’ll cave and just take it all down eventually.  Oliver Holger must feel pretty strong that he did nothing wrong because he opened everything all back up with the lawsuit. Another thing that struck me is the lack of comments on the matter.  Nobody wants to touch this one.  I wouldn’t want to either and like everyone else, will be on the sidelines watching them fight it out.  Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day:  “Listen earnestly to anything [your children] want to tell you, no matter what. If you don’t listen eagerly to the little stuff when they are little, they won’t tell you the big stuff when they are big, because to them all of it has always been big stuff.”  -Catherine Wallace

Domain of the Day:   MoneyLink.com   I think the over under on this one is $8K .  Just screams mobile payment platform

 

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

8.cab   Met reserve and will sell.    Between the Chinese loving the 8 and the short domain this one should do pretty well

VeganSpread.com, SkiRatings.com, and Heeni.com all at auction from this portfolio

Buno.com   Getting close to the reserve.    CVCV continue to do well at auction

LasVegasLaw.com  Reserve should be hit in the next few bids.   Cost is nothing compared to revenue it could generate

WineSite.com  Reserve under $500.   For the price as memorable as any wine name I’ve seen

WRNH.com H for holdings.  Only 19 bidders

YAL.com   Has a $99 reserve.  Should sell 🙂

WG.de    Met reserve.  Like most short LL names, we’ll probably look back and think these were cheap

Bier.de   if there is anything the Germans know its cars and Beer

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

AXS.org   All LLL.org has some value.    The cheapest all year was the terrible letter LJQ.org or $201.  This is much better than that

WebAutos.com  Where most shopping is done for cars before they actually visit the dealership

TheDispatch.com  I think delivery or transportation when I read this

Trivu.com   Would be an upgrade for the crunchbase listed Trivu.tv

ClearBrand.com    Marketing and branding company all the way

AdsMarket.com  I don’t like it.  Its AdMarket .   Adding an S makes no sense.  But look at the bids

AchieveYourGoals.com  Nice positive name.  Good for marketing

IPNow.com  Get an IP or trace an IP.  Almost at 4 figures

SuperWax.com   Probably my favorite name on the Godaddy list today.  Not sure why. I don’t even know.  Although I do love Bees and leg waxing

MKMB.com   The LLLL.com people will like this one

LetsThink.com  Getting lots of bids which is ironic because I feel deep thinking is a rare trait right now

FlowBank.com   Could be anything.  I don’t think this actually goes to a money bank as an enduser though

HomeSecurityGuru.com   I just met with one of these at Best Buy.  Pretty sure he was only a guru compared to people that know nothing about tech and wifi

WindEagle.com  If it sounds like a Native American Chief then its a good brand

Nuts.info  Good enough .info to have some value.  3 or 4 bidders agree

GivingCircle.com   You can tell its a charity name instantly

WebChefs.com  I know my family spends hours per week watching cooking videos and shows online.  yet I still get tacos and chili constantly

 

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

NoMoreTaxes.org  Can’t believe this isn’t taken.  Its been a political platform for centuries

HiddenRanch.com  Because something will probably be named this but might be confused with the salad dressing which is Hidden Valley Ranch

Wargon.com  Sounds like an online game.  No bids

Hashry.com  No bids on the this canna name

Namish.com  Pushing it a bit but could be Name ish.   Probably NAM ish

IronTrack.com  Sounds like something that will last forever

GrowersDelight.com   I can see this in the fertilizer section of my store

ReliablePharma.com Because putting reliable in the name makes the reliable

CropSecure.com I hear ads all the time for farming products that have much worse names than this one

ReadyGrill.com   Don’t wait for the coals, be ready

 

 

The Rest of the Names With Bids

195ss.com
1Chart.com
556667.com
88204.com
92cdc.com
AllTrackingNumber.info
ArdentFuels.com
AuthenticDecorators.com
BabyRing.com
BadalonaWireless.net
BestDailyBargainsOnline.com
BibAndTuck.com
BigFlowerNursery.com
BlackTeeny.com
BMSOffroad.net
CarlaHallSouthernKitchen.com
Catapuit.com
cocareeractiontools.com
Cornucopia-inc.org
djimavic.net
DubaiThmaar.com
DuctlessHeatingTacoma.com
eBagsonline.com
Email-Lists.net
EnterpriseSecurityGuide.com
EricHansen.net
Esplanade.org
FactsPress.com
famosi-tools.com
FHE.co
FrankfordHistoricalSociety.org
FreeMineCraftAccountsGuides.com
FreeStuffAtSurveys.com
GetEssay.org
HackerVille.com
HiTechnologies.com
IgniteFire.com
Jazzonln.com
JobinIndiaNews.com
JobPipe.com
JPlusDentalLab.com
KentuckyApprenticeship.com
KingsDoMimiOn.com
KitchenBathroomRemodelingButler.com
LootMails.com
Low-Latency.com
MetalMavin.com
MetroLinkFreeRide.com
Midns.com
Modulair.com
MrsMoneyPenny.com
MusicDM.com
Myeid.com
MySelectCar.com
NewsOfWorldNow.com
numerosdetarjetasdecredito.net
NZMagic.com
OdinDownloadFree.com
OurNourishingRoots.com
PAZP.com
Petfo.info
Pharos.org
PlayMeMovie.com
pornhubgat.com
PremierRio.com
PrivacyWindows.com
QBIV.com
QualityBeddingSets.com
Robotic.info
RTVO.com
SadPianoMusic.com
SantamariaCatholic.com
ShapingThoughts.com
Shinesf.com
SkidooOutlet1.com
SolarKids.com
SolarMovie-tv.com
SpaCon.com
Spater.com
SpettusSteakhouse.com
TAProductions.com
TarheelGoldenDoodles.com
TempleviewApts.com
TheGFEClub.com
TheHiggsWeldon.com
TYWzmun.com
VLXC.com
WikiChurch.net
Windrainw.com
YSMY.com
ZWEF.com

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7 comments

  1. Tomas Jonsson

    Yes, Native American Chief domains make cool brands! One of my first domains was LongWolf//com, an actual Sioux Chief that fought at Little Big Horn and of all places ended his days in London, England. I love it and will renew it forever. 🙂


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Paul,

      He has since apologized. I said jokingly on Sherpa what I like about living at U of Illinois is “I get older and the girls stay the same age” which was quote from Dazed and Confused. And I agree with everything you said. Except he keeps them on topic. He lets people bash on people he doesn’t like. He also allows statements like (and just made this up) I wouldn’t be surprised if Konstantinos had been kicked off Namejet for not paying for his auctions” A statement that most likely isn’t true, written as opinion, but certainly sticks with the reader because they only remember the second part. That’s why I said a lot of damage can be caused in the guise of freedom of speech and opinion. But I do agree with you on all your points. Thanks for sharing them.

      1. R P

        As fyi, I don’t really know Konstantinos personally and I evaluate each situation differently. There is always he said she said and in the digital world it’s a net negative imo.

        I have had issues over the years with deleted posts because often they involve my thought and my time, which = money. Some domain investors do care about educating new investors and not leading them astray. Others do not care. I’m not here to judge.

        Several years ago I had contact with Konstantinos and he was very respectful. There was a video posted on his site from .club that mentioned “super bowl special” or something of the sort. At the time the NFL was my client. Naturally I had a problem with trademark infringement. No one can capitalize on the trademark “super bowl” for American football purposes regardless of how unrelated their business is to football. Doesn’t matter if you agree or not, that is the law if you are publishing/advertising, especially to US citizens/IP addresses. I stated so on his blog and my comment was deleted.

        I sent an email to his contact and he was open, honest, respectful. He said it was not deleted intentionally and I took his word on that. Have never had a problem posting on onlinedomain.com since regardless of how controversial the topic. I respect that.

        Have no dog in any of these gossip fights. Sometimes in business your worst enemy becomes your best friend, and vice versa. It’s up to each respective businessman to decide when it becomes personal vs business. For me its just business unless my family is involved.

  2. R P

    Gotta disagree, this is not interesting news. More like gossip. Namejet had shill bidders and admitted so in a press release. That was interesting, factual news that affected a lot of investors over the years. Myself included.

    As a strong proponent of free speech I respect that OnlineDomain.com does not erase other peoples’ comments as long as they are on topic. Cant speak to the “pedophilia” comments off topic. But I do know my comments have been deleted on quite a few blogs over the years because they didn’t fit in with the author’s narrative or pocket book. Even the “Domain King” is guilty of this.

    If something is libelous the courts will handle it. Otherwise if one doesn’t like what someone writes or comments don’t visit their site.

    I don’t know oliver hoger and have never done any business with him. A foreigner suing a native in their own country doesn’t seem very smart unless evidence is clear cut. Good to see that offended party is taking the correct avenue via the court system, unfortunately, seems like a big waste of money since offended party apparently admitted it himself on public message board.

  3. Carl

    Hi Shane — I liked your landing pages for thetrail.com and mountainselect.com. Are those landing page from EFTY? Thanks, Carl

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