DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, November 23rd

Nov 23 2016

Escrow.com

The official announcement of what we already knew.  Right of the Dot and Namejet are heading up the NamesCon auction in January. The both are one of the best at what they do so I expect it to be a great auction.  I never did figure out what the commission rate was to put in a name so I didn’t submit anything.  Once I do I may try and throw a couple in if its not too late.  On that auction note, I was watching the sports card auction at Heritage auction last week and the prices were out of this world.  I haven’t collected baseball cards for a decade but I have always been in to the old cards.  Cards that weren’t saved to be collectable but certainly were collected.  Now its all about grade.  A high Grade Mickey Mantle rookie went for $1.1 million, a new record.  A bad Honus Wagner went for $700K ish .  In general, the cards went for new highs which says a lot.  That people are still willing to pay big money for things that have perceived value.  Even if its just a piece of cardboard.  It reminds us all that we merely need someone to think our assets have value to get a sale and if there are several then we can get a good sale.  Here are today’s names.  Click for current price.

Domain of the Day:   PhotographySchool.com    19 years old.  Everyone thinks they are a photographer but like anything, better skills equal better results.  At $10 at press time

Names I Like with Multiple Bids

MarketingApp.com   Getting all the love today.  May hit four figures

Stockcam.com   Finance meets Cam girls. 13 years old

GoldenRock.com   13 year old brand. Upgrade name for a few companies

Fragland.net  35,400 backlinks.  17 years old.   82 bidders like the age and banklinks

555119.com   the triple 5s don’t have the value they used to but are still desired

77329.com   5L with no 4s or zeros which means $2K plus

Limo.co   Good sites for 15 high school kids to find a ride on prom

TheDailyReviewer.com  Lots of backlinks and lots of bids

DOPJ.com  Not a lot of LLLL.coms on Godaddy lately.  But plenty on Namejet.

LineType.com  I remember it as an AutoCAD word.  Getting some good bids

InternetDrugstore.org   Can’t believe its not already in use.

Domains With One or NO Bids
MileStrip.com For $12 may be worth a flyer to put in the brand portfolio

InstantCopies.com Solid name for an app or divice that provides this ability

LegacyCard.com Not much value but I’m curious to see what you get if you play this

BackinTheGarden.com Nice gardening blog/site name for $12

GrindFind.com The best of Grinder

HorseEjaculationPictures.com I just can’t believe its been renewed for the last 12 years. Talk about forgetting to turn off auto renew. At least I only keep getting stuck with flatpanelmounts.net

SavageDonkey.com I feel much better drinking a beer of this name than the name above. No bids. Also sounds like a band

KnockThatShitOff.com Sounds like something someone would yell when the guy that came to take care of horses.

CrappyWriter.com Destined to be a blog name. Certainly worth $12

DomainNameGenius.com If you think you are

MintAndMelon.com No bidders but I do like it as a brand. Soothing

BatteryConnection.com One bidder, 18 years old. Batteries are going to play a big part of everything in the near future if Tesla has anything to say about it

TweetStockr.com Already a site thats called Stocktwits that tracks stock symbols with the $ in front

Short Liquid LLLL.nets

JMGJ.net

PYNT.net

RFPX.net

RRKS.net

XBLJ.net

 

Names That Have Bids

2244.co
30aopoly.com
africacuestiondevida.org
AlamoSpringsCafe.com
BillIoneBookGift.org
BizTask.com
Bulb-Magazine.com
Cerfnet.com
DowntownRestaurant.com
fepalc.org
FLG.me
FreshCutQuilts.com
Hooktv.com
LSS.me
mcgareyfoundation.org
MMOCrunch.com
Palominodb.com
PCDownloadworld.com
PhatSportShades.com
PVFootball.com
QuestMagazine.com
RanchRoad.com
Sewasie.org
SoleTron.com
StyleOfDesign.com
TheTrunkShoppe.com
TradeCorridor.com
TripFeeling.net
tsocktsarina.com
VideoDvdMaker.com
webconforme.com
WebScribe.us
worldfm.org
yeditepehospitals.com

 

NameJet

YOFT.com   Pronounceable 4L.coms will go up in value quicker than the other LLLL.coms in my opinion.  Even if they don’t mean anything

CV6.com  CCC.com.  Liquid as water

SEORepair.com   Probably more SEO repair needed than actually building.  47 bidders

YRPV.com   At $80 at press time. $250 is floor for LLLL.coms

JPJJ.net  These have been getting $150 plus and this has three out of four Js

VRTitles.com Because you know there are going to be thousands of VR games

DYZW.com  Getting close to $2K

72916.com  Over under $2650

YUUU.com  Collectible name but collectibles can still hit $5K

GRMB.com  Good Western and Chinese letters

X.at   The past .at did very well and this may be one of the best of the new group

8.at  This one should do pretty well also

SE.AT   There are two great hacks as well.

WH.AT   This is the other

HerbalWarehouse.com  Canna name all the way

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms at Catchy.com

 

Take a look at some of the names coming  Here is the FULL LIST

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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2 comments

  1. Gary Yeardley

    I liked goldenrock.com, missed it as had to renew auction membership and was driving at the time. I would have bid on that. Seems it was previously sold in Jan 2014 for almost $4k and then later let expire.

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