Domain Spotlight: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, Feb 15th

It’s so nice to have Escrow sharing a little data with everyone.  They have a ton more than they could share that would really show the growth in our industry.  All without giving away details of the domains themselves.  Yesterday was a busy day as we had a little snow yesterday and I had to plow off and on until Midnight. Usually plowing snow is good luck for me as I have sold a domain within 24 hours of plowing almost every time.  If anyone wants to spend a few thousand dollars just to keep the streak alive I’m game.   Here are todays names. Click to see current prices.  19 years old.  Directions, location and transportation.  But that’s pretty obvious  19 years old.  Yet again a nice 5L that will make a great brand.,, ,,   Not a bad name for $12.  No bidders.  17 years old  No bidders.  17 years old.  I see a mental floss or education site  People don’t realize how often this is the case. Matter of fact this is Shane’s daughter writing this   Acronym or short email for a guy named Sidney  I’m going to put this in the pronounceable category. 16 years old  No bidders at $12 for this  Maybe a guy named Verk is going to start something special  At $40 at press time.  Don’t have to tell you its worth more   A WHiP made better with New York in the name.  Over under $2800  Its a double V but still nice balance on this one  Again, “bad” vowels but perfectly balanced name There is a reserve but its still a nice name.  I understand the need for reserves as a seller, hate them as a buyer  I see people that work in the trades and a service that lets people barter their services. 12 years old  May not look pretty to you but could hit $700.  You think $700 is pretty, I do.  Not as pretty as $7000 though  Four figure name……..and climbing,,,  They’re all 5N and that’s never a bad thing.  I would say the first one ends up the highest of the group simply because it doesn’t have a 4.  Or as Josh calls it “the good number”  Love the flow of this one.  I may take a ponder at this come a little later in the morning  Hottest thing since dot me  This one is killing it.  These may catch .cc, I doubt it but you never know,,,,,,   Every day when I type these most of the are at $200 to $225.  At least its consistent  If this one doesn’t have value then none of the LLLL.orgs will,  and  Just two simple CHiP 6Ns  Should be a lot more valuable than most,, and  Funny thing is 6 years ago I loved this type but the holding cost would have made these break even at $60.  We’ll find out if has any value,,, and  For all of you adding the zero and 4 6Ns.  I have been adding some because I think the zeros offer value.  But I could be wrong and you could lose all your money and half to take a job pouring sand in all the divots at the smallest golf course in North Dakota These are the type I’ve been buying for $50 or $60.  Although most of mine start with 8 now that I think of it

Special Domain Shane ONLY Coupon…….. CODE IS DDCDS2015 Good 30% off Discount Domain Club to get the lowest renewal prices Godaddy offers (DDC)  No reserve.   3D may not be as hot as it was but this isn’t limited to just that.  This is all printers past and future  Love the thought but love the irony more   The seller has done a lot of business so he may have a reasonable reserve to get this sold  19 years old. A lot of guys still call each other bro so big value. Or maybe just an acronym  It’s funny that are in the $30 range and a NNN is only $600. Something is out of whack and   These are even better but the price isn’t even at $600 yet.


FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM  As seen on DomainSherpa.  Was our favorite of the list that day  A very special name.  If this is what you do, it doesn’t get any better than this.  Pretty good reserve, as expected  I don’t know shit about cricket and I still know this is a HUGE cricket name  You hear about this all the time.  Maybe you don’t but I’m old so I do.  1 bidder  Nice marketing name for some form of music or art business  Can’t believe the brickmason union doesn’t have this one yet , Here’s a few names that are going to look nice in either First or Two Two’s portfolio  6 bidders on the  Another nice with just one bidder   As seen on Sherpa.  Nice name for WP themes or similar   Like this one a lot.  Obvious use.  For a guy that restores chain saws  Plenty of these in the US.  Would serve a treatment center well  No bidders. Reminds me of my wife.  Although that short cut during her pregnancy wasn’t my favorite.  A different kind of beauty    Film makers biggest obstacle is always cash.  Find it for them  Has 13 bidders.  Reminds me of Mike from Monsters Inc.  I love Mike Fine name for a price guide  I’ve always liked Kentucky We still buying software?  I haven’t in a while so wasn’t sure  Special  Very nice pattern  Almost forgot to put a on the list today.  Whew!!!  These are the kind I am buying.  Good letters with A and C at the end and   Two more that you might as well buy if you’re bored.  Not much action yet


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

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One Reply to “ Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, Feb 15th”

  1. (I’m not planning on bidding on the following name and am not trying to drive the price down for my own gain.) is a risky buy, which might explain the lower bids despite the amazing end user value.

    Mad Dogg takes their trademarks seriously ( . They fear that their trademark will lose its strength if it becomes too commonly used (Kleenex, Chapstick, etc.). Some argue that they are trying too little too late (18 years too late). Nonetheless, they are trying.

    Here’s some links to a lawsuit they filed in 2010. It’s hard to tell if “Spin Class” would make their lawyers angry, but add the potential legal fees for defending yourself against a corporate giant and suddenly the domain doesn’t seem like such a good investment.

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