DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, July 28th

Jul 28 2016


Maybe I’m just not that good of a salesperson.  But I have exactly a zero percent sell rate when the “offers” come through my landing page with full data but no offer.  I also have zero percent sale rate when the info is from anywhere in the Middle East or India.  That doesn’t mean I ignore them.  It merely means I don’t get too excited when I see an inquiry that falls into those categories.  Domain Name Sales says they convert those no offer leads regularly.  I seem to only convert my productive time into wasted time when I answer them.  My opinion is that if putting in a $200 offer keeps some bidders from entering the negotiation phase its something I’m willing to trade in exchange for getting rid of the dozens and dozens of leads that go nowhere.  And this isn’t just DNS, its pretty much all the landers I use that don’t require an offer of some sort.  That will be changing unless someone can convince me otherwise.   Here are today’s names. Click for current prices
Ozone.org The starting bid is pretty high but a great eco name

PayLeaf.com I am partial but I love plant words mixed in. Leaf is one of my favorite

EcoChange.com Since we’re talking the environment

WQLJ.com Q and Js still doing very well and its 100% Chinese. Or at least 98%. 19 years old

PerformanceMedical.com Sports Medicine

4MP.com No bids at $500. Worth more than that based on past sales

MajorLeagueSports.com Sounds official without infringing on the pro sports trademarks

UJOC.com Ends in C, a keeper

SheepPorn.com Worst email ever. And it gets 41 visits a month

LearnHowToFly.com Fantastic marketing name for someone that offers that service. No bidders

LocalFuel.com I know its been done many times over but good name for Fuel price finder

Scoose.com Nice little brand for $17. Passes radio test

H0R.com I feel like this one has been up for sale a lot. Probably just similar. Under average price at press time

R4Z.com Another CCC getting some love

Prettiful.com Was hoping to get this for $12. Pretty and Beautiful. But already has bid

MyScoreboard.com 14 years old

PaperGarden.com It’s ok. Bidders like it more than I do

PaleoCooking.com Crossfit has made the paleo diet the hottest diet in the country.

DesignerQuilts.com Good quilts sell for thousands of dollars.

WWR.me I don’t buy a lot of LLL.me but this one is pretty good and pretty cheap

HugeWeed.com Have a smoke shop named HUGE and use this domain

Kulgo.com 5L.com with no bids








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LEDFlashlight.com  Already doing very well.  If you sell these you should want this name

Zuppy.com  Seller has good names and high reserves.

Sedo Great Domain Auction Ends today.  A few fantastic names

(and my names, I promise I won’t list again for a while)

Smoke.io I put it up for auction yesterday. Thought it made a pretty strong brand for a cannabis or vape startup

BrewCups.com Because K-cups is trademarked and people are buying millions of these things. No bidders at $1

YoungBerry.com Also listed this one yesterday. This is a fruit that makes an incredible cobbler or pie. Get it for $1

GetANewLogo.com At $1. Great name for adword ads . Call to action



AAAO.com    Triple A name….literally

SolarLights.co    I am a buyer on Solar names.  I really believe in battery/energy storage and solar

BabyFragrance.com   Nothing smells as nice as a baby.   When it doesn’t have a dirty diaper.  28 bidders

Cozumel.cc    Nice to get a big travel city for under a hundred dollars.  Even a dot cc

REFE.com  All CVCV are doing well this summer

DesignHome.co   Billions of results for the keywords.  But only 10 bidders

WBRH.com   No vowels has this one in the four figures

FTAN.com   55 bidders like the F Tan

ChineseNewYear.com   This is catching on in China as a popular day 🙂

CallIndia.com   A lot of Indians don’t live in India

XXWW.com  This AABB.com is getting no love at all

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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. Eric Borgos

    I had a $200,000 domain sale once, that started with an email inquiry from somebody in India, and although she sounded very real (I ended up talking to her by phone a few times also), her financial situation was odd and I did not really think it was something that would ever close, but the deal went fine. So, you never know.

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      Thanks for sharing. I know that a great sale can come from anywhere in the world. I don’t mean to say that someone from India or any other country are bad people. Just sharing that my percentages are much lower in regards to filled out contact sheet and actual sales. Some of the nicest people I have ever met are from India and the middle east

  2. Steve

    The sales team at Uniregistry appears to be pulling gold from mud.
    unfucktheworld.com for $3k?????? Amazing.

  3. Tom

    Shane, same thing here. I’ve been doing this for years, have had dozens of good sales but not one of them has ever come from a lander where the buyer didn’t submit an initial offer with their inquiry, dozens and dozens of those no-offer inquiries through landers = all 100% duds. I’ve even went as far as quoting cheap $xxx prices out of curiosity to see if it would better convert them, and still no reply. Every one of my successful sales had some type of initial offer entered, whether it be $50 – $1000 or more. I also noticed when using a lander that required an offer, I got far less inquiries, landers where no offers are required I get a lot more but they’ve been all worthless. I’m beginning to think that as a rule someone who doesn’t enter an offer was just curious, kicking-tires, or confused, but I still respond to them all because it will be the day you choose to ignore a no-offer inquiry that could’ve been the one to turn into 4 or 5 figure sale. G’luck. PS – this rule doesn’t hold true for direct email inquiries without an offer. I’ve converted the majority of those into sales.

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