DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday January 8th

Jan 08 2017

Escrow.com

 

 

There is about to big problem in the domain blog space.  You’re already starting to see it.  Advertisers.  Or lack thereof.  It’s not just DSAD, but across most blogs.  The amount of companies that are advertising is decreasing greatly. There just aren’t enough domain industry businesses that will benefit from advertising on blogs.  Banners never get clicked anymore and they are pretty much like billboards that are seen to promote and remind the visitor.  You don’t see any Uniregistry backdrops and you will see less Flippa ads soon. You are seeing more “Advertise Here” spots than ever before.  I can see both sides.  I think blogs offer great value to domain related companies but I also think that sites need to understand the financial value they can provide and price accordingly.   How many customers can you bring and what will they spend?  If you can bring in the cash then you deserve a good rate.   And the companies need to know the quality of traffic they are receiving.  If a domain site gets a ton of traffic from Google but its coming for search terms unrelated to domains then it is worthless to them.

It takes a lot of time to write a blog, maintain a site.  There are some fantastic domain sites in our industry.  They deserve the advertising they get.  It’s our site and the smaller sites that have to earn our advertisers.  It’s the reason there aren’t many smaller sites.  People generally like to get paid for their work.  And in order to get paid you have to provide a platform for an advertiser to brand themselves or acquire new customers.  There is one I have found that always works when it comes to fulfilling the needs of your readers and advertisers.  Good, unique content.  It never fails.  Hoping that DSAD can bring more of that in the future.  I used to and its time we got back to it.  Look for more as we move forward with DSAD.com

Here are today’s names.  Click to see current price.

Quote of the Day:  “It takes a strong fish to swim against the current.  Even a dead fish can float with it -John Crowe

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

1010.org   Easy to remember and nice pattern. Even the dot org is going to get bids

Fideo.com   These 5Ls are getting good bids.  EO ending is one of the top endings

XStreams.com    Put X in front of any big keyword and it’s going to get bids

RBID.com   Top price on the board today

AntennaBall.com   and   AntennaBalls.com    I bet millions of these have been sold over the years

ElegantOccasions.com  19 years.   Exudes elegance and class.  Like Trump

GetItBack.com    Not sure what you lost but these guys will help you find it

RainbowRiver.com   Sounds like it would be a nice place to go kayaking or dance all night to “Raining Men”

DiamondCoat.com    The Kote spelling is trademarked but this can be used for anything

KitchenFaucet.com   All appliances and things in a kitchen or bathroom are worth owning the matching domain IMO

DreamLandscaping.com    I take back what I said about RBID, this is the top price.

8gg.net   8 and matching letters is worth three figures, even with the dot net

Edutime.com   and   Edutimes.com   Both names getting good bids.  Education names have high CVC

InvestYukon.com    I don’t see the value but the price tells me I’m missing something

 

Domains With One or No Bids

VioletSpider.com Color Arachnids have traditionally done well. Just kidding . No bids

LongFrame.com Decent tech name for $12 Easy to say and spell

MemphisSmoke.com I bet they vape and smoke in Memphis. Canna is coming eventually too. No bids

PineappleWine.com Sounds delicious

BeatFarm.com Sounds like a place Dr. Dre would work

Fookle.com Not sure its worth anything but as good of a name as many I see on BB. No bids

CrowdLife.com Not quite as cool as Thug Life but more people around. No bidders

VapeTree.com Lending Tree thinks putting a tree at the end is a good brand
MushroomGuide.com  Only one bidder.  Eat the wrong mushroom and you die

 

Some Shorties and NumericsWorth Looking At

243255.com

557423.com

HSJU.com

VVIQ.com

EHJ.co

QUI.cc

VPG.co

Domains With Bids
AAAMonuments.com
AdvancedTileSandDesigns.com
AllAmericanVitamins.com
AppsProduct.net
AreTheyHot.com
avfun1.net
Best-Family-Photography-Tips.com
BetExtremeSoft.com
Biergartenlv.com
BlackVoteSmatter.com
Blog2flirt.com
BumblebeeSupply.com
cdots.org
CelebrityBeautySupply.com
cnc-cuttingmachines.com
Conzsunenergy.com
CosmiCasinoMarketing.com
CosportAviation.org
CTHoney.com
CurrentBotany.org
DavidAzzarello.com
DBKProductions.com
Deercals.com
DezineHub.com
DNWho.com
DownloadFriendlyTools.com
drive4els.com
dun-laoghaire.com
EarlyApe.com
eipsacademy.com
FermeQuebec.com
FilesBay.com
filmelepornoxxx.com
FingarHut.com
ForestryForTheBay.org
gregorykloehn.com
HeroGuns.com
HogwildColorado.com
homes-in-ma.com
HomeschoolBookfair.org
IslandBreezeInn.com
iztapandelasal.com
Keepd.com
Machine-Room.org
MediaMole.com
MelanieDramatic.com
MembersTerminal.com
MiniMailers.com
ModernWitchcraftAcademy.com
MovieTuner.net
MyRoomBud.com
newbooksinreligion.com
newbooksinsports.com
NHKW.net
NigeriaPostCodes.com
NotaBully.org
nyctaxiphoto.com
OpportunityLaunch.com
OralImage.com
OurHOA.com
Oxyagro.com
PlaneTheLMIi.com
PNWPot.com
PornoType.com
protectourlives.com
Psyche.net
RedRiverSherman.com
ReferTrack.com
RoundballMiningCompany.com
SecretPalacepansion.com
SelfEnhancement.com
SeniorInsuranceBenefits.com
ShakeBack.com
SpringIntoYellowstone.net
StudentDebtFreedom.us
SubmitURLHere.com
SupplyChainAudit.com
sustdev.org
th3-hacker.com
Thomsquatch.com
TreadsToThreads.com
unblocker.us
UseCloak.com
WaterHeaterServices.net
WebmasterTutorial.net
Yurata.com

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BigJohnson.com   Lots of uses here.   I know what you’re thinking

AJF.com  21 years old.  Which doesn’t matter.  Its a LLL.com

VerticalDrop.com   My Mom used to work at a ski shop with this name. Good brand

GHOG.com     Gangster Hog.  Reserve under $500

TrainMuseum.com  I’ve been to a lot of train museum (like all kids I used to like trains)

HammerFist.com   Like it because its an easy logo and memorable

PrettyFish.com Never seen one but I’m thinking brand instead of hot fish

FEZO.com    CVCV trending higher

SEDO and Flippa

SEX.City  30 bids.  Met reserve so it looks like sex sells

Gameo.com   A big bid started the auction and I think it may be worth more

 

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 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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4 comments

  1. R P

    I don’t know bro.

    Since when do blogs deserve to earn money? Aren’t blogs supposed to be for personal reflection/achievement and sharing thoughts?

    IMO when blogs expect to get paid than they shouldn’t be classified as blogs, but rather businesses. If a business model cannot support the work necessary for a good product than it fails.

    I tried the “advertising” business model with content 17 years ago and failed. Switched to ecommerce and prospered.

    One must decide if they are running their “blog” for personal reasons or if they are trying to operate a business for profit. And then take the appropriate steps to pivot to a profitable business model.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      RP,

      Very good point. I probably used the wrong term. A agree a blog is more like a diary. And yes, this is a business although I tend to keep it more personal because that’s the easiest content for me to produce. I treat all my entities on the web like little businesses because that’s what they are.
      And we too are moving towards site development and commerce. You’ll hear more about it later.

      Thanks for the comment


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      It’s also a tiny bit of the reason I do Ironman. 2 of those girls are Ironman participants from Australia. The field is full of girls that look like that.

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