DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, July 29th

Jul 29 2016


You know where the big money is in the new gTLDs?   Losing auctions. Early on I was part of an investment group looking to apply for a new gTLD.  We found some we liked but when we found out there were other applicants we moved to another because we wanted to own a G and not get beat out.  In hindsight we should have wanted to get beat out.  The losers or the auctions get a percentage of the money fromthe winning bidders and that often millions and millions.  I’m too lazy to see who the competitors were in the dot web auction but all of them took home millions.  Its one of the few times that I would love to be a loser over and over again. Here are today’s names. Click for current prices
Plumery.com No bidders. I like this one a lot. Sounds soft and relaxing. A collection of plumes

AMTX.com 20 years old. American Texas. Got some good bids

SoftWar.com Getting bids. Probably because its how they pronounce Software in Texas

Bizzad.com OK but I know there will bids and is good to put up on a brand site

WackyBox.com No bids at $12. A bit goofy but memorable and that’s all that counts

BigPeek.com Memorable as well and no bids. Kind of excited to get a sneak peak

EmeraldFalls.com Sounds like a lovely place to visit

BiMedia.com Must be getting all the bids because it goes both ways. Print AND Internet

Novo.co These were the only type of dot co I bought early. CVCV that rhymed with co

7AV.com V used to be bad and then Virtual came along

FreeRange.net Good name to sell chickens or any meat animal

Suniko.com No bids. Japanese sounding brand

PaleoCooking.com Not a hotter diet out there than Paleo

MediStick.com Nice medical name for the price

Quickie.net Everyone loves a quickie

Filter-Mag.com The bids are coming for the 121,000 back links








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LEDFlashlight.com   Closing today.  Met reserve and will sell

SolarCharger.net   First dot net in a while that I am thinking of buying

LastLongerInBedHelp.com   At $4K because its a successful click bank site


MNHN.com   Great letters.  N for Network

FundIncubator.com   Gotta cook the money.  29 bidders

FLGA.com  Florida Georgia Line.  Worst band EVER

VirtualBusiness.co    Because we know there were be a ton of shops in VR and AR

TimeShareRentals.org     Obviously dot org would be better but Time Share is a HUGE business in Florida and other vacation states

NCKC.com  I am going to buy this one

Complying.org  There are entire companies set up to help with compliance of various legal requirements

GreenMarketing.co   10 bidders.   Everything is green or virtual right now

CIBH.com  Holdings

CookHappy.com  Positive name in a hot area

YRS.com  Years and Yours.  Only at $5K at press time

Approached.com  I don’t like these kind of one off tenses of words but its getting lots of bids

EcuadorAirlines.com   I don’t know anyone that has ever had a bad experience on Ecuador Airlines.  But admit I don’t know anyone that has flown Ecua Air.  Or Spirit

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  1. John Harrison

    I’m seeing a lot more .co in your lists recently. Are you warming up to .co? 🙂

    Agree with approached.com – the past tense ‘ed’ ending always rolls into the ‘d’ of dot com so if you say it normally it sounds like you’re saying approach.com causing brand confusion. If you emphasise the ‘ed’ ending you sound like a nutter.

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      I am working with a guy that has a few thousand dot co at auction on Namejet. I am trying to pick out the best 4 or 5 I like from the list. Like all country codes like dot io, co, and cc, I only like them for certain words. Most are worthless and don’t work. But there are those that do

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