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 Konstantinos at OnlineDomain has had some good info in his recent articles about Sedo lately.  His data isn’t wrong, where he and I differ is what it means.  Undoubtedly they haven’t been aggressive in their push to acquire new sellers and buyers.  But they know their profit and loss numbers better than anyone and I can guarantee you they aren’t ignoring them.  They are a business.  They have to answer to investors.  And Joseph Peterson made a few other good points.  They are and continue to be another opportunity to buy and sell domains.  We should all want that.  We need that.  Yes they could do better but they had a great first quarter.  Sure all Chinese but does it really matter why.  They had some great auctions and sales.  Plain and simple, there are more choices for people to buy and sell domains.  From BrandBucket to Flippa, there are a lot of new players in the last 5 years that are dividing the pie.  And as a domain investor I am glad. I want more choices.  I want more players.  And if a few have to give some share up to do it I am fine with that.  Sedo has been, and continues to be one of the larger players in our space.  They sell millions of dollars of names a month.  And I’m pretty sure they are happy they do and would like to sell more.  They either figure out how to do it or they don’t.  I am merely thankful they are a choice.    Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices Has a higher starting bid but can’t think of a better name for a tax guide. I even think the “the” makes it better. Getting close to $2K 13 years old. I feel like I am going to be able to do a lot of stock research here I wasn’t sure why the bids were so high so I had to look it up. I actually own a few of these hats I have no idea why this is this high Its where you paint black over another color and scratch out a picture. You probably did it in art class Bids are coming for the backlinks and traffic Under $50 at press time. Three clicks pays for this one The most overused adjective yet good one for a domain name. One bid Love it. The food. Domain name is pretty strong as well I don’t think of it as a four figure name but it already is Only got my attention because its short and has bids Two hot keywords for one low price You know some company will want this for a marketing campaign and you’re going to be able to sell it for a lot more than the current bid No bids. Good cigar site name Literally means bug or critter but in Puerto Rico it means your wee wee Nice to see the patterns still crushing it People have loved puzzles for centuries Obviously not as good as the above but still doing pretty well Not a bad brand for the price The study of holes or just a decent brand Getting bids. I’ll sell you the dot com if you want it Berkens would sell this for $15K Not too bad of a name for $12 Upgrade name for a few companies. 24 million results on Google

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FLIPPA and SEDO   Not even one little bid at $1.  Nobody likes the VAG No reserve at $20. I would think a broker in Boston wouldn’t mind paying the price of a good meal for a domain   Wait….. profits?  I thought the goal was to have the most domains.  I think this is potentially a four figure name.  At $10



NAMEJET   3 Gs for the price of one,, and   Some of the better LLLL.coms today and  But these are the best two IMO still going strong.   Nice  Since there aren’t a lot of names today I thought I would throw it in



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One Reply to “ Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, June 30th”

  1. I don’t think you disagree on what the Sedo numbers mean. Sedo is loosing sales.
    You just said that it is good that Sedo still exists and is another option of buying and selling domains.

    The thing is we need healthy domain name platforms that make at least some effort to improve. Sedo does the opposite.

    The fact that they need to answer to investors is probably what is holding Sedo down for the past few years. Since the founders left there has been no development whatsoever. I have seen this so many times that is really not a surprise. Moniker is a prime example of what happens when companies try to operate on past glory forever.

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