DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Jan 27 2015

I was very happy with the amount of newsletter signups we had yesterday.  I’d love to get it to the point where the newsletter goes out to enough people that I can really have some fun with it so sign up if you haven’t.  On another note, I realize there are problems with all our auction services.  But we also need to be thankful for them.  They give us liquidity. I would lose a lot of my sales if I didn’t have the big three. My advice,  if you see a problem let them know.  If you don’t know who to contact email me and I’ll tell you.  If you think they listen to me because I write this stupid blog you’re kidding yourself.  They listen because I want to help them get better.  The better and safer they are,  the better it is for me as a domain investor.  I could do 3 pages on things that need to be improved but I feel 100% secure buying and selling my domains on Godaddy, Flippa, and Namejet and I am thankful as a domain investor they are all there. And before you say it, yes all three advertise on this blog but I stood by the three before they paid me and until they do something to the point they no longer deserve my support,  I will continue to defend.  But what do I know, my specialty is bird law.  Here are today’s names.   It’s a bit long but tells you what you can do on the site. Or could if it were built out.  19  years old  No bidders. Batteries are becoming a huge part of our lives.  Might as well be the expert. Not much risk. 12 years old  For some reason nobody wants to bid on the   Actually not a bad brand. Certainly memorable   I think this one would do better on Flippa but maybe you can get a good price on GD and flip it over there.  But if I remember correctly this one will have a high reserve   Zero ending, no fours.  Good for at least $250 I would think Get it under $70 and you’ve made a good buy IMO Brigham Young University D_______. Some call this pronounceable…..not me, I just call it a  The perfect name for a expiring name or dropping tool.  Google will love this one. Good affiliate money I’ve heard.  At $80  Hasn’t made reserve a couple times but I don’t blame him.  This is a heck of a name.  Pretty generic though   19 years old.  Could sell almost any kind of tickets.  At $300  Nobody seems to want this one.  Only at $10 but have no idea what reserve is.   Worth a little more than that  I’m the exact opposite of refined but I know a good domain when I see it and this isn’t to bad  Another one that’s been up for sale before and didn’t meet reserve.  We’ll see if the owner still likes it more than me

A GODADDY COUPON CODE: A 1.99 Cent Dot Com Registration. Used on 1/26/15 ctfxc   Don’t see a lot of NLL.coms.  Ends in Q but I’m told that’s super awesome in some other language . 18 years old  We talked about this on DomainSherpa and we all agreed it was a great name  Survival, sales.  Lots of good uses for this one  Lots of name creator sites on the net.   Be THE name creator site  Took one last night.  Felt great.  Also a good waste hauler name. No bidders  Pending delete.  I want the panda  I see a startup/kickstarter type name here.  Memorable  Only 9 bidders, now 10, on this pending delete

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*All names chosen by me, Shane  . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct

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  1. John

    You should do a future article on auctions sites
    It might help the ones who are running it to hear comments from the various users and their experiences

  2. Pam

    I have learned from reading this blog that .info may not be the best but selfie sticks are all the rage in California. Every teenager and tourist puts their phone on the end of one of these and takes selfies every where they go

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