Domain Spotlight: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, Feb 9th

Some people have no clue.  If you plan on getting top dollar for your Chinese name the ONE day you don’t have the auction finish is yesterday.  Chinese New Year.  The Bears were screaming the falling market when sold for $8100 yesterday but the only reason it went below $10K was that it ended yesterday.  OK, maybe the market for that pattern has fallen but I doubt it. I would have absolutely bought it but I am tapped out until I sell a few things or the end of the money when I get regular revenue checks.  So I sat and watched.  But I will also point out one more thing.

People are opting to buy the higher ROI items like 6Ns that a  Because if you buy it and it goes up to 14K you’ve only made 40%.  If you buy $10K of 6N.coms at $50 then all they have to do is go to $70.   It’s a gamble but that is the market right now.  Right or wrong.  Of course,  I bought both. Here are todays names. Click to see current prices. There is a ton of money in making people feel like they’re healthy whether they are or aren’t.  17 years old  No bidders, 15 years old.  Good name for selling Ze Bud.  Marijuana domain or for $12   A CHiP and its already over average price.  I think the average price may be moving up soon.    The quality at auction is lessening and there are fewer and fewer premium CHiPs at auction. None of those things are bad things  Opening bid is $65 and really not a bad price for a brand  HUGE name getting few bids.  Everyone with a website needs this.   I have no idea why this one is this high,,,,  Here is your daily group of bottom boat for you to bid on   I admit I was wrong on Never saw it.  Real market here   This one I saw coming.  But did I buy?  No.  I sold into it.  I made some money but left enough money on the table that the table collapsed from the weight Very nice  I’ve spend $25K on 6Ns lately.  Maybe a dumb move but I’ve not been putting enough money into my predictions and thoughts and I’m tired of being right and not making any money.  I’m sure I’ll be wrong when I have the most invested.  Life likes to slap you in the face like that some times   Can’t go wrong with 5N.coms either.  Although people are hunting the ROI that 6Ns give and they’re cheaper so 5N.coms may actually present a discount soon  Just your run of the mill, no 4 no zero   Everyone has a few ,   And for you fans.  Here are three to dine on.   Just don’t see many 5N.nets come up for auction.  They’re out there and selling just not at auction I guess  Yeah, numeric dot co again selling for a good price  I like these balanced patterns.  Even with the zero.   I own lots of these names.  I need this one to get close to $100 to make me feel better. That’s how this whole domain thing works. You buy and then you try and make yourself feel good by telling everyone else how awesome those types of names are.  Premium  Whatever that means  There really isn’t much need in buying a without an 888. There are tens of thousands of them  The only getting any action  5 more days until you can buy this beaut.   That’s pretty neat

Special Domain Shane ONLY Coupon…….. CODE IS DDCDS2015 Good 30% off Discount Domain Club to get the lowest renewal prices Godaddy offers (DDC)   Has hit five figures.   Never heard of anyone not liking Aspen   Don’t think I’ve heard the term Ultra Premium before.  This is a nice name but I think the seller may have over exaggerated  with the description.  But I’m guilty of that everyday so no biggie  Big name and even comes with a website  Big keyword.  OK tld  Great western letters.  H for Holdings.  Or Hair    Anything under $300 is a good buy in the  My opinion only.  But that is pretty much the floor right now 16 years old with 3 bids at $15. Anyone who owns a Dubai name dreams of some sheik offering them a few hundred grand for their name because money means nothing to sheiks. Or at least that is what we think in our dreams   One more, It’s at $200   Reserve met at $100.  Gets 13,300 visits a month which seems like a good traffic buy  Seems like a good buy under $500

FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM  I’m sure Motley Fool would want this.  Plenty of people fit the description   Perfect for this time of year.  People love to spend their tax return before they get it   16 years old.  I forget most of these were registered as zip codes  I have been buying these for a decade.  And they do sell.  And they pay for all the names you purchased.  But it does take time to sell as you wait for the right buyer,,  Woot woot.  LLL.nets are in the house and   Pending delete.  Not sure if they’ll get them but you’ll want to put in a bid in case they do,,, and,   A good group on no4,zero 6Ns.  Same thing here as I said above. Rooting for this type  and    Big lead and CPC here. With Obamacare, every state is trying to attract their constituents to buy local health insurance companies

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4 Replies to “ Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, Feb 9th”

  1. is a great name.

    I see it sold via godaddy auctions back in December for $690. Also it was listed on Flippa but ended unsold. Looks like a good flip for the new owner now if it continues!

  2. What’s the deal with ?
    Yesterday I got an email notifying me that the auction ends in 24 hours ( I was one of the highest bidders ).
    Today I checked the listing and it now ends in 7 days !
    The auction didn’t end and is not a re-list , it’s the same listing with the same bids ( including mine ).
    I guess Flippa has the power to extend their own / Domain Holdings “No Reserve” listings if they are not willing to accept the closing “no reserve” price.
    I guess the phantom “New Bidder” didn’t push the price up high enough 🙂
    Will not get another bid out of me ! I don’t bid against ghosts ! Boooooooo !
    BTW , I could not leave this comment on the listing for , as Domain Holdings listings do not allow comments.

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