Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 31st, 2018

Oct 31 2018

The first person I heard talk about it was Andrew Rosener many years ago.  He thought if you could go to a registrar like Godaddy and look for a name and see ALL names available, even names from third parties, and be able to buy them with one click,  sales would skyrocket.   Eventually that’s exactly what Godaddy did.   It has changed domain investing.  It’s essentially like a guy that sells bread being able to go Whole Foods and put his own bread on the shelf with all the other breads sold by Whole Foods.  The key to the whole thing is guaranteed delivery.  It’s not just Godaddy.  Amazon does the same exact thing for product and its turned little side hustles into millions of dollars a year in sales businesses.

Fast Transfer is the key to all of this.   If you are in the program then your name can be put in front of millions of people daily. Get the right price and click.  The more “programs” you can get your name in to, the more chance it will sell.  Some will argue that you are not achieving your best return.   Depends on how you look at it.  Returns or profit dollars.  I look at both.  At the end of the year I am generally happier with 100,000 in profit and 40% margin vs 50,000 in profit and 60% in margin.

The first time I understood this is when I joined the Namejet program 10 years ago.  I asked if I could put my names in with the expiry names and they let me.  After the trial they started opening it up.   Some will say I got in because I was in the good old boys club.  Since I had 70 names in my portfolio and had been domain investing for a few months I was hardly in the club at that point.  I simply asked. Explained the future potential and asked if I could trial it.   All businesses love to hear ideas on how they can make more money.  Adding private names to auction listings would become norm eventually but early on you just didn’t see the two mixed.

The latest idea I had but nobody took me up on it.  I presented to Namejet and DropCatch.com was the “Flip It” button.  It allowed a recent domain investor to relist a name they just bought ONE MORE TIME.  Not 100 more times but one more time.   The person that just bought it would pay a commission for the new auction on just the difference between the new price and the old price.  If it didn’t sell for more then it stays with the original owner.   Another rule I felt had to be in place was the reserve could only be what they person had in it.  Not higher.  If it sells for $50 more they lose it.

I realize some people would hate this but I think others would love to hunt for bargains and try and flip.  It would almost turn it into trading.  I’d love to hear what others think about the idea  Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price

 

Quote of the Day: “A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit” Arnold H. Glasow

 Domain of the Day:  USER123.com      User.com just sold for $150K.  Get this one for considerably less

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

YouConvert.com   Ends today.  Reserve met.  Perfect for converting currencies, measurements, etc

TopCars.com    Officially a five figure name.   Not unjustified if you sell six figure cars

BrandingSolutions.com      The reserve is reasonable to an enduser and in this case domain investors could be endusers

Chippings.com    Officially chip rock but I think it would make a good restaurant name

InstantMovies.com    Another online movie site ready to go

GetTheNews.com  Met reserve.   Now you just have to decide if you want real news or fake news

QualityInsulation.com   Upgrade name for a few and marketing name for most

PXO.com   Reserve met at $5K

UEN.com   Met as well.   It will be interesting to see how low they will go

Imulate.com   Its normally spelled emulate but this spelling looks like a drug name to me

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ECDC.com   GTCC.com cleared $3K at auction yesterday.   This one won’t hit that but the LLLL.coms with good letters and C at the end bring bring the higher end of prices

Plus.tv         According to owner the site receives parking revenue, and good steady traffic of 1500 month (not verified) Would make a good online video channel and sounds like someone did at some point

TrailerHitches.com  If you lived in Illinois you would understand how many people buy these things .  Hit my shins on one every day

SmartMachines.com     Already a company in the brewery space called Smart Machine but this one has great potential in any tech space

GlobalAd.com  International marketing company

Lizab.com   1995 name.  Not a great 5L.com but worth taking a look at

BugMaster.com  The perfect pest control name

AGoodThing.com  You can never get too much of this

WineAndMore.com   I can see this store at the corner of a strip mall already

ParkJet.com   Park and Fly name all the way.   I use private parking at airports almost exclusively now because its so much nicer and cheaper

NBIA.com   Good letters.  A for association

WireServices.com    I think of press release and news release services when I see this one

AthleticLife.com   I like it but not sure I like it at this price already

LocalYoga.com   I get the yoga part of it.  But I would think everyone goes to local yoga classes. Not a travel type thing

StartupAgency.com    I remember when startups used to just be called a new business

Shopologist.com   Because you know that some people call themselves this

QuickMining.com   Mining names have pretty much fizzled to nothing now that bitcoin peak is over

BuyItToday.com   What a great marketing name for all forms of media.  And its under $50 at press time.

Earnest.net    It’s a first name.  Of course nobody has been named this in 40 years

HappyHare.com   Easy logo and sounds like a local bar so its a good brand

 

Godaddy Domains With No Bids

WeatherHill.com   1995 birthday.  Would make a good weather app name

ProLoader.com  Lots of results for the term.  mostly truck loading jobs

StickyHost.com Hoping Sticky as in they come back

DirtyBay.com  Pirate bay for adult

SexAndBeer.com  Pretty much covers it. No bids

DragonBlaze.com   A lot of uses but food comes to mind

Divom.com  5L.com with 2 bids

Laggd.com  Gets almost 200 visits per month if you believe Godaddy

RadiantReflections.com  Spa. Gotta be a spa

ObstacleSports.com  Good name for companies in the spartan type race industry

Hashmore.com  Good play on canna

EntryFlow.com  I can spell both words.  Lets start there

SushiClass.com  You have to learn somewhere

OriginalCowboy.com  Sounds like a Fashion line of denim for the Japanese market

UpFunding.com Seed and VC money

The Rest of the Names With Bids

067n.com
55hc.com
629hh.com
85888.cc
86888.cc
981hh.com
998966.com
99Hots.com
99TheGalleryHotel.com
AffordableTireAndWheel.com
AntiviralRemedy.com
ArmySurplusAtlanta.com
ArtsLovrs.com
as-butikhotel.com
ashjrj.com
AutoInsuranceHelperHere.com
axtjzx.com
BankHDFC.com
BarRodAle.com
BlogSimplified.com
BodhiOils.com
BTCVise.com
BVigazette.org
Cadvbe.org
CareerReadyNow.org
CentreForEnergy.com
ChinoWarehouse.com
ChiroBiz.com
ClippersBarbershopSD.com
ClosetCouture.com
CoinFD.com
CooleGame.com
CoolMath4.org
CSTForLoans.com
dIWP.com
DocksideFishSocal.com
DryThemes.com
EasternLogisticsBD.com
Ebaoxiu.com
EcoVox.com
ElectricalHome.com
Eneyes.com
EscortsVipCallGirlSinJaipur.com
Escuelasen.info
ETS.mobi
Europe.mobi
ezdesignmarketing.com
FashionTookTook.com
Fastox.com
FBAHustlers.com
fly21cn.com
Greg-Hill.com
GVFD.com
HanwritingPractice.net
HealthInsuranceFinderToday.com
HeatRelief.com
Hollya.com
HudsonRhine.com
IDSPackaging.com
IMGUp.me
Insiper.com
IslamicNews24.net
IsTake.com
j147crm.com
JobFuther.com
jz-designs.com
krishnakotha.com
Laggd.com
Lekeji.com
Lepetithotel.mobi
LocalCalls.com
Maastars.com
Memigo.com
MetroSulawesi.com
MomosHotel.com
mtech-websolutions.com
Muslema.com
NeetNotes.com
OneBigFamily.com
Panxia.com
PeterParkerBlog.com
Pikin.com
PlayReno.com
ProMode.org
PVMO.com
PWDSaver.com
RelaxReviveRepairMassage.com
RentKey.com
rrr523.com
s889.com
Sarry.co
Self-Esteem-International.org
SeoAura.com
Sharad.org
SmallBusinessFundingNetwork.com

smfdesign.net
SnowRunner.com
Sockee.com
SodaPictures.com
Spleen.net
sportsntvlive.com
StarTrials.com
Sunnyvale-AutoGlass.com
SurgicalTechCourses.com
SWTCake.com
t-co.com
TheDomesticBuzz.com
TiePay.com
TradeAndSustainability.com
TroyBenefits.com
TZGree.com
UrbanCrowd.com
VideoNest.net
Villytech.com
VRCiel.com
xm4433.com
YFPA.com
yjafa.com
YSLang.com
Zardozistore.com
ZFUB.com
ZipLineForest.com
ZippyShaare.com

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4 comments

  1. Tony

    The only thing I want is for Godaddy to have some sort of opt-in program in which the domain owner can purposely let domains drop for the purpose of splitting the revenue from the expired auction proceeds 80/20 with Godaddy. That is more than reasonable as most brokers ask for 15%. This would allow any domainer to liquidate his portfolio and still get 80% of market value for it. It would be a major boon to the industry.

  2. Christopher Geras

    Great idea Shane. “Flip it” With the commission rule and reserve rule in place especially. My only thinking is that I personally, don’t relist at the same marketplace usually or wait a couple years so the memory of the listing and rough sales price do not follow along with active participants. That being said, I would definitely beta test it as it seems a win win for everyone.

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