DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, March 8th

Mar 08 2016


Advertiser or no advertiser, I truly believe Uniregistry has the best product on the market.  It’s like South Korea.  They were decades behind when it came to technology but when they decided to do it,  they did it right and made everything the best in the world.  When it was all said and done South Korea has the fastest, newest infrastructure in world. Uniregistry is doing the same.  Frank figured out what he wanted and asked others what they want as well. And slowly its all getting incorporated.   The only thing that has kept me from moving all my domains over is pure laziness and the fact that Adam my CSR at Godaddy has been fantastic.  I am only one direct email away from having him handle everything. I don’t even need a website because I can call or email and get everything taken care of. I don’t think Adam knows how much he has riding on his service. 🙂    And one more thing.  Dropcatch ended up with 55588.com on the drop.  And look how high it is already. Damn that’s a heck of a good catch. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices.

SoundOne.com  19 years old.   Nice brand for any audio company or product

CleanShave.com   My favorite name on the list.  Every man is looking for a close, clean shave. 1997 birthday

Chanong.net For a dot net to be this high of a price it HAS to be Chinese

FreeCondoms.com Getting some great bids. Sounds like nobody is going to support Planned Parenthood so these would be welcome.

StartRanking.com  Great SEO name. 13K backlinks

SingToMe.com  Sounds like a online chat room of song.   Probably going to be some great voices, some bad voices, and probably a dick or two

GreenClover.com   Certainly could be a brand. Just steal the logo from the Boston Celtics

DivineFits.com  25K backlinks and PR4 driving this price

ZippyHosting.com   Under $50 this would be a good buy. Zippy implies quick which is a good thing in hosting

LeafRemoval.com  This sold for $200 last time and not even a $20 bid on closing day. Surprising

EIOD.com, EYFJ.com, OCZG.com, QXWI.com, VKGJ.com,

OHIV.com  The HIV part of it kind of sets it apart.  Was also the name of Ohio back in the Roman times

T8o.com   Can put an 8 anywhere in a CCC.com and its worth $500

888733.com   No bidders at $20

7i9.com Don’t really even need an 8

SRBM.net, GDFL.net, LXKP.net, TFLR.net, FXYB.net, and DTYQ.net   I admit, these have dropped hard lately which means they are going to stay low or they are going be an opportunity.  And they do NOT lead LLLL.com prices, its the opposite

6523.cc I am a buyer of NNNN.cc and NNNN.co

1628.co   This is going to cross $500 IMO.  All 4N dot anything have been moving lately

2816.co   This one is not nearly as high without the 8 on the end

8535555.com  The four 5s have gotten it to $100

8488.biz   All the best except for the 4.  I’m kind of feeling sorry for the number 4 this year.  He really has been bullied all year

173365.com  6Ns have also suffered in this recent soft market.  It’s not a problem with too much inventory, only that nobody wants to buy until they get a clearer picture of where the market is heading

RHV.co and XWU.co Even the “bad” LLL.co are at a $100 floor

WeedLoft.com  Nice Cannabis name

876768.com  One bidder at $20

NS89.com, TQ97.com, TQ76.com, TQ62.com, TQ63.com, TQ83.com, GP72.com   IF you want to add a few of these while they’re cheap

777.GS   We’ll see if 777 can overcome the tld

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12.vc   I think Josh sold a few .vc lately.  I pretty much like all NN . anything 2 letters

881.io    I like this one a lot.  I have no problem with dot io when the name or numbers can be a brand. Singular and short. Price is relatively cheap compared to what I thought it would go for. But its early

Zore.com  Getting lots of action early

BuildBacklinks.com  Nice SEO name.  And no reserve which is always nice

ActingSchool.us   This is how you get rid of your dot us

81550.com Are we still doing 5N.coms ?

I’m selling DXYZ.com for $1900.   Very easy to remember and solid brand.  not some random CHiP with a Q. Email if you’d like to buy it.


Lawyers.cc  We’re going to find out of keyword.cc have any value

LoveDrug.com  This thing is already way above what I thought it would go.  Fantastic name and certainly worth the cost but at one point I thought I might try and buy it

FLR.info   Three letter dot info, biz, xyz, and dot co are the hot ones right now.  Money in

GWTW.com   Every day is a “let’s see what these sell for today’ kind of day right now.  Still memorable and a good acronym

StepRightIn.com  Closes today.  So inviting

FatChicken.com  Like I’ve said, I’ve received offers for $500 plus in the past. Didn’t take them and it will probably go for a lot less than that today.

FlipSite.com    You know its a good name when  Uniregistry and MKRules are the top bidders

BluffSprings.com   City in Texas and Illinois

Lubex.com   Well, I guess you can lube a ton of stuff.  But already an automotive lubricant so they may be the end play here

SonicTank.com   Yeah, I think the hedgehog first but could be a brand or an actual sonic tank site

LotsOfDots.com   A perfect name for a company that is in our industry

DNToday.com  So would this one

HerbalGuide.com  Remember when Herbal was actually herbs?

64507.com  It seems that 5N with zeros or 4s are about all that come up for auction anymore

HolyFather.com  Who art though

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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