DSAD.com Domain Shane’s Big List of Domains at Auction for Monday, January 18th

Jan 18 2016


 Another list full of short names.  I try and put one and two word keyword names but they don’t show up much anymore.   On another note, by now you’ve noticed we have two new writers, Josh and Travis.  We’re looking for sponsors for their daily posts.  They come each and every day consistently.   If you are interested in having a banner at the top of their posts and also on the right side full time let me know and maybe we can come up with something. My guess is some day they may want to be paid in more than “atta boys” and Bido credits and a sponsor would help the posts keep coming.  If you’re interested drop Aaron or myself an email, we’ll treat you right.  Of course that’s what I told Josh and Travis.    Here are today’s names. Click for current prices. Buy some please

D5.net  A two character dot net has proven to be a good investment over the last 5 years

RPX.net    15 years old.  In the stock market X was used to fill space in an acronym.  My trading badge names was SXC.  They called me “Sexy”

PSCH.org  Only one bidder at $12

PoliticalHardball.com  No bidders at $35.  Pretty commonly used term.  Good for a political blog or site

Bendee.com  Doesn’t pass the radio test but short and cute sounding brand for $12.  No  bidders

1465.net  I shouldn’t have ignored the 4N.nets back a few years ago.  They are now more than the 4N.coms were back then

1540.net  And this is with zeros and 4s

SomePoker.com  No bidders.  Nobody is buying poker names anymore.  “Wanna play some poker? SomePoker.com”   There is your slogan

Yize.net  This is doing better than I thought but look closely and you can see Yi Ze which explains a lot

298881.com  Triple 8s , don’t hesitates

3168888.com  Four 8s, that’s super greats

FMFM.net  One of the best patterns you can own

ZPLG.com   CHiP.  Over under $2200

TUUN.com  The double vowels used to be hot.  Now they aren’t.  Funny how things change

KHK.biz   Good repeaters, even in dot biz, are gold right now.  Over under $350

96919.net  Not sure if people are buying these or just watching.  But somebody is buying because this will sell

40368.com   Josh says buy the 4s and 0s.  They are going up faster than the others because people always overlook them

880594.com and 880545.com  Under $100 so Josh is right.

36PM.com, 75MT.com  and 16NJ.com   For you NNLL.com lovers

8c2.cc   If its getting $400 plus bids in the dot com it makes sense these are getting bids in the .cc

880864.com  Josh is going to be happy today

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Gazebos.com   Nice name but you also get a website with the domain purchase

SFOL.com  21 years old  San Francisco Online

8i.biz   Short dot biz have been doing well

NeedWork.com  Seems desperate but I think it still works.   People do need work.  19 years old

HTest.com  Not sure H is or why you want to test for it but no bidders so it won’t cost much.

ZTK.net  ZTD.net    The streak

Fapd.com  Past tense of personal time

BagOfNuts.com   The irony is killing me but I swear these were right next together in my scan.  No bidders and certainly memorable

DeepLight.com  No bidders.  Brandbucket type name

ZZVZ.com  Lots of bidders but not bidding very much

86688.net   Awesome 5N.net    I don’t really buy 5N.nets but have a bid on this one
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. (if you have trouble with the contact form its [email protected] this domain name) I 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 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. I hand choose my names but I am 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 investments

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