DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, April 27th

Apr 27 2016



The latest move by DomainTools represents a lot of what is going on in the domain world.  Making money off domain investors is tough. Its a small group.  We are used to getting a lot for a little. The entire Internet really has become use to free.  I have always traded services for all my tools so I have never had to pay for any.  There are a few that I would pay for like Expireddomains.net, DomainIQ and DomainTools but I honestly can not say I would pay the current monthly fees because I don’t use them enough to justify their cost. But I appreciate the fact that I have them because they are the best tools around.  But even the best tools have a cost to value relationship that may not be affordable.  I am not a research writer so I don’t really do a lot of background checks on names.  Just a few a month for my domain purchases.  I don’t monitor domain regularly but I do use DomainIQ to follow the buys and sells of domain investors I think are good at what they do.  And because I am curious.  But I get why people are upset at DomainTools. I also get why they did it.  As a businessman, the thing that interest me the most is the results.  Will the increase in revenue surpass the loss of customer and the ill will?  As expected the competing services jumped all over it and offered discounts and a lot of “we still love you”.    This is going to be a lesson either way.  Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices

Dubai.info  Been up for sale a few times.  Getting a few nice bids .  We all know about the money in Dubai

Brainiac.net  20 years old and a very known word yet I’m surprised its getting all the bids

Tax.cc  19 years old.  Pretty good dot cc if you believe in the tld

DNSFactory.com   Good name for people like us

StyleAndGrace.com   My actions usually contain neither.  An old saying about how people like to do things

845678.com   Getting all the bids just because of the sequence

TarotDeck.com   Evidently tarot cards and their readings have some value

838855.com     88 and 55 are bringing them in.   Patterns still dictate price. Even if that price is now lower

VDYI.com,  UFUZ.com, PFUE.com, ZWVU.com    Some bottom boats to add. One of these looks like its going to cross $500

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CCTVCameras.co   Met reserve.  A cctv is a security camera.  You may not know what it is but if you Google it you’ll realize they are everywhere you go

Schools.cc   I know I put a lot of dot cc on here but I do think they offer value.  My opinion only.  Don’t buy anything based on that or you will be forced to blog every day to pay the bills

SalesExpert.com If you weren’t one going in you will be once you own this domain

Poon.com  Common surname in Asia.  Dirty word in some parts of America

OverSlept.com  Not sure if it has a ton of value but fun name

INNI.com  Balanced name. Getting a few good bids


2363.cc  Fantastic NNNN.cc and its already at four figures

ViewPoll.com   Poll names always sell for a little and sometimes a lot.  3 bidders here

ServiceInvoice.com   21 bidders think its worth owning

RLRM.com and GFHH.com   The kind of LLLL.com you want to own IMO.  Good western letters.  Low Scrabble points

HTEB.com   Not bad here either and a lot cheaper than the above

Wax.net  Used to be surfboard and candles.  Now its pot that is driving the price

MiamiBeachFlorida.com Heard its nice

828787.com  the 87 repeater is nice.   I really don’t now what its going to sell for anymore. But I like the name either way

3740.com  Right where I thought it would be.   Over under $16K

23269.com   No fours and zeros means $2Kish or more

BecomeSomething.com   I’ll try although I’m sure I’ll succeed because becoming something seems pretty easy. Something great might take a little more work

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 comment

  1. Jen

    Re: .cc

    Of the all ccTLDs, this is the one that I see the most in the wild (actually used by end users).

    A lot of times, the left of the dot is crappy and long, though.

    I saw a very long one in Baltimore for a day spa and a couple on trucks passing by.

    It seems that .cc is becoming somewhat attractive. Perhaps because it’s easy to remember and type.

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