Domain Spotlight: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, December 22nd


I decided I wanted to to study the most common word in the domain auctions over at Namepros. I figured it could give me a sense of what people are buying and selling. So I called in a favored and I borrowed a super computer at the University of Illinois and crush the data over at The Pros.  The data that came back was truly amazing.  Turns out that after going through the auctions one word completely dominates.  It is over 100 to one vs any other word.  And the word?





bump    Here are today’s names. Click for current price.

Domain of the   3,000 visitors if you believe GD and getting some good bids

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids    Has the sound of an app.  SnapNames certainly comes to mind  19 year old   Great Western letters.   The kind that I think has the most upside potential.  My opinion only  18 years old on this one.  Another A for association    Fabric protection name   The Chinese are going to take this one high but great Western letters as well.    This is my favorite of the   I’ve put a lot of LLLL today but there are quite a few I really like today    Go ahead and put a price on this one.  I bet its going for more than you think   This one even more surprising. Killing it   Two words that go together pretty well    Sounds lonely but still a good name    Up to $400 at press time.  I would imagine it will climb higher   Sometimes its best to start fresh    I’d like a slice of it    The University of Illinois basketball team uses a Hustle Index to measure quality of play   Not sure a place would really use this.  Medical likes the term marijuana

Domains I Like With One or No Bids No value but I’m concerned that a lot of cats are dying Nice little cheap Another one. A reminder that I like these for the price. I think they are short and cheap. Gives you plenty of upside. Two popular words in branding Solid online meeting name for $17

A Nice Size List of and a Few Numerics

Another day with a good list of shorties

Domains With Bids

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NAMEJET  20 years old.   I don’t think I’m actually either.  I’m probably both depending on who you compare me to.  No bidders  Nothing more beautiful that a garden in spring.  Good brand. 19 years old  No bidders.  Hundreds of thousands of runners in California.  And a lot of them can read which will help your running blog with this name  No bidders.  My favorite name here when it comes to price to value.  but I may have to make that call after the final price    Closes today.   The triple Zs are doing well   Met reserve at $380  I love these types of names.  But admit I just flip them on the auction houses by waiting a year or two as they seem to keep going up   A good food brand.  Under $200 would be a good buy IMO  Not huge value but there are hundreds of sites and blogs that are MMA focuses.  This name is better than most of them

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms at

Flippa and Sedo   Great letters.  Price is 1/5 of what it should be.  Let’s hope the reserve isn’t double that  Solid name with the double Ts.  $1850 would close the auction

Take a look at some of the names coming Here is the FULL LIST

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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6 Replies to “ Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, December 22nd”

  1. With another 500 million + Internet users by 2020 (only 3 years) from India and China domain names that are easy to remember and relevant will continue to rise. For sure.

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