DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, July 1st

Jul 01 2016



 Today’s list is a good example of how the summer goes.   Every auction house is light of names.  I think there is an opportunity to sell some good names because good names really stand out right now. But people don’t sell for a reason and maybe listing now won’t get you the best results.  The data says its true but maybe its only true because nobody lists because they THINK they will not get bids.  I am going to try a few auctions and see how they go.   All I know is there isn’t much quality to choose from with a few exceptions at Godaddy.  I’m sure Josh will dig out thousands of good names in tomorrow’s list.  Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices

DomainForRent.com If you want to rent your domain then this is a great name

TrumpNews.com Plenty of content available in the years to come

Naming.org Ends in a few days but thought I would get this nice one up early

Lerio.com I feel like I bought a computer with a name like this back in the 2000’s

GoldenRiver.com Great brand. Don’t drink from it. Getting great bids

NorthwestDesign.com Upgrade name for quite a few companies.

CenturyTire.com Another upgrade name. Dozens of companies with the name

Ambeo.com 17 year old 5L.com

Pakao.com Another one but getting a little more price

WIL.org You can make money in LLL.org. Just need to have patience and wait. But that may be the strategy for a lot of names

ReadyDo.com Not a bad name for the price

InsurancePlan.info One of the few dot info that may be worth this higher price

BHXN.com The only LLLL.com over four figures right now

CRRY.com Four figures is in this one’s future as well. Curry

ElitePay.com I don’t care who or how they pay, as long as they pay

QS88.com LL88 all worth more than $100 IMO

MoonBoo.com Not a ton of value but I like the name

BlitzCorner.com The backorder are moving the price up

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BarTab.com    Flippa’s Brandable Pick of the Month.  Reserve may be a little high

MarijuanaSellers.net    Even the dot net is getting a great bid


AuctionListings.com    I guess I should buy this one.

Holton.com   City in Kansas

GMNB.com   Four figures already

DFAE.com, MAGP.com, LAWB.com, and QAQQ.com      Some nice LLLL.coms

Tariff.net  Getting some bids.  Most people don’t even understand how important tariffs are to our economy

Ambush.net   Good brand that will cost them 5 figures less than the dot com

Exterior.org    Double digit bids

CoachingClasses.com   I am surprised how many people take classes to learn to coach.  I guess being coached for years isn’t good enough




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Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. 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

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1 comment

  1. Josh E

    Lol “thousands” Sounds like a challenge. Seriously though, there are really good ones that stand out and they’re obvious, but like I said on the review there’s a whole group of people looking for decent names that are from a few hundred to a few thousand. We can pick these names up cheap if we find them and sell them all day long. I sold 4 names this week on Godaddy Premium from $188-$388. This is lower than I normally price them, but it’s still a good margin from the $8-$20 i paid. Sure you have to account for domains that you don’t sell, and that’s probably the trickiest part of the dance. You need to have confidence in the names you buy, You have to look at them and say, “That is a business, or I see that as a website, and I know that someone will pay me at least $XXX for it. It doesn’t always work out like that, but I think if you stick to that idea you’ll come out ahead and learn while you do.

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