The DomainShane Accidental Domainer Lunch was fantastic. Had over 30 people and filled up the entire place All ages, all areas of domain investing covered and good conversation. I just love hearing all these names people are selling. Names I would have never thought would be selling but as I look at the escrow screenshot or the bid come across the Domain Name Sales platform, I can see its real. Also Ike/Josh the does the daily recap was given 123.link as a personal gift from Frank Schilling in front of the entire crowd. A nice gesture from Uniregistry. I didn’t have the heart to tell Josh that he has to give it to me since Uniregistry is a sponsor and by law he can’t accept the gift but I can since I’m 25% Cuban and do not have to follow all US laws.
I skipped the live auction to write this list as I bid online line. And by bid I mean I watched and pretended like I was going to bid. None of the names were really what I was looking for and those that were had such a high spread I didn’t. There is a big difference between $3000 and $3500 but they were going in $500 increments to speed things along. But the auction is to make money for the house and the sellers so I get it. Just not a lot of “average Joe” domains. All the $5K to $10K names were appease the sponsors names. aka New Gs. All went for good price and probably going to prove to me that web.hosting is at $50K name just for the CPC alone. We’ll find out. If you’re at NamesCon I hope you’re having fun. If not, hope to see you next year
And for those that are concerned. My leg still hurts like a bitch. Sorry for the cursing but that’s the only description that does a good job explaining the feeling.
Here are today’s names. Click for current prices. Buy some please
OfficePros.com Twenty years old. Plenty of uses as long as you sell something the has to do with offices.
IttyBittyTitty.com You should sell this to their committee. No bidders. 19 years old
MyFlooring.com Pretty sure most residences have a floor. 16 years old
Condone.com Insert condom joke here
81251.com Awesome 5N.com. Should have had a few of these in the Live auction. Guaranteed sales
Zig.net Great pronounceable name. Current bid is a heck of a deal IMO
996889.com I am going to buy this one and apply for the permit you need to divide it into two 3N.coms
888733.com You can not go wrong in this market with 888 in any 6N.com or less
YTGF.com One the border of good Western LLLL.com. Definitely a CHiP
AYWY.com ABCB is a good pattern to buy. Better than a regular LLLL.com Obviously depends on letters
VWZW.com Another one here
WebSun.com One of those names that is two short, well know words, that makes a great brand for so many things
838250.com Another fine 6N.com I like the zero at the end even after I found out that round numbers are bad. I’m stubborn that way
T332.com These have been coming on strong lately. Still not very expensive but may not stay that way
316D.com And one more
66B.cc You know I like it so I’ll just move on to the next one.
And a few for you dot net lovers
PBSB.com Will sell, met reserve
Prostitute.org Ironically cheaper than the cost of an actual prostitute
EUR.com A fantastic LLL.com. Forex, Travel, anything Euro
ONF.com Last call for this one. OAH went for 26K yesterday. Similar name
SuperSize.com Great name for the oversized people of the United States
AdventureSportsOnline.com Surprised a name this long is getting so many bids
Cinderella.org It’s a Cinderella story
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