DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, April 19th

Apr 19 2016



I’ve stated this a few times before but here’s a couple things to remember when putting a name up for auction.  One, people like to bid on names that have a lot of bids.  Do what you can to get them.  Starting the bidding low is one way.  On Flippa you start the bid at $5 and don’t accept any bids for a few days which allows everyone to put in a $5 to start.   Make sure to point your domain to your auction. Every lead helps and you may get a bid or two to it.   And of course promote your names somewhere 🙂  I know these are basic rules but I am surprised how many people don’t follow them.  It doesn’t always give you a better price but it certainly helps.  Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices

RKFL.com  Start the list off with a 20 years old LLLL.com

NiceFrance.com    $150 gets you into one of the most visited cities in France

CreativePromotions.com   Because OrdinaryPromotions.com just wouldn’t bring in the new clients as well. 20 years old.

RCRI.com, BDAW.com and RIMG.com     Three LLLL.com that are in between a bottom boat and a Western CHiP

PennyInvestor.com  Surprised this one isn’t a little higher .  Penny stocks are still heavily traded

77F.com  Great name.  Short, repeating, and memorable.  The Chinese may be buying less but they will be all over this one

77HF.com  Add an H and you reduce the value by 95%

CollegeFanStore.com   No bidders.  Sounds like a name you’d see on TV to buy your discounted Johnny Manziel Texas A&M jersey

Dubai.info   Big name.  Been up for sale before.    We all know how much money is in Dubai

QS88.com   I’m sure James is happy this one is doing so well

NEWZ.org    Still getting lots of bids with the Z for an S

50333.com  Even with the zero this is getting close to five figures

SuperDump.com  I take one of these every morning.  Too much info?

LittleStinkers.com  Up for sale but I’ve already gone too far so no comment on this one

368115.com  815119.com  368119.com 368112.com 368117.com Nice 6N CHiPs.  Those that sold a few months ago think they are so smart.  At the present moment they were

DailyAddict.com  Most of us are for something

NameClip.com  One bidder at $12.  Good name for our industry

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EuroDomaining.com  Would make a nice domain blog or sales site.  At $20 at press time

Cartel.info     We know there are hundreds of millions in the cartel.  But I am going to let you approach them about the sale

Liquid.org    Lots of liquids in this world.

LiveMeme.com Bidding is up to  $35,000.    Who says there is not money in MEMEs?

OceanCondo.com    Great real estate name.  Being sold as website.  It can easily be improved upon

Directions.net   Media Options has a great name here.  Big Boy travel name.  Even for a dot net

6047.com   A NNNN.com that is up for sale at no reserve

WJQB.com  Another with no reserve


SGTP.com, FPDD.com, and RTTH.com   All three great.  You should want to own all three of them.  Short and good end user potential

AHMU.com   Not as good as the above but A for American

MensGolfShoes.com     Every male golfer owns a pair or more.  Point or build

ExerciseGuide.com    43 bidders.  Obvious use

KYRK.com   Last name, radio station name, terrible spelling of Kirk

CloudWhite.com    As I always say.   You can’t go wrong with a cloud name

TRPE.com    I would think TRPE Capital would want to own this

Focar.com  Nice 5L that means something in some language

Pajo.com I feel like this one has been up for sale a lot but still a great name and getting a ton of bids

RRRU.com   Going great until that upside down horseshoe got put at the end

BFCC.org  Letters are so good they work even with a dot org

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. Gerty the Love Machine

    Cloud names are of course tricky because the primary commercial value outside of cutesy branding is related to online services like SAAS. So as tempting as cloudwhite.com is, do you risk confusion with the transposed name trademarks? In this case whitecloud.com and virtually every other cloud variation has a TM “cloud” hanging over it for online services.

    Upon reflection, one could posit that the reason why cloud’s situation is different from most other generics is because its rise from broad, commercially uninteresting status to strong value was so quick, within a year or two. There were always branding opportunities possible, but these days cloud has matured into a pretty singular meaning within modern parlance. So it seems reasonable to state that the number of enduser-sale opportunities (and much higher profit potential) for online services certainly swamp out those of generic branding now.

    A pro like Berryhill could certainly make all sorts of arguments to keep a name like this safe within the usage of online services. But of course the bigger question as a domainer is will a potential TM overhang like that affect flipping profit potential to a savvy enduser? Guess that’s what makes the game of domaining tough (and fun!), it’s a minefield out there.

    P.S. – Is it really so wrong that I had another hot and nasty dream about Shane last night? My psychiatrist said that it’s unhealthy. He’s wrong.

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