Independence Day: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday July 4th , 2018

Jul 04 2018

Escrow.com

 Could the older domain investors have been as successful as they were without money from the adult industry?  It’s question that really hasn’t been brought up.  Probably because its done and it doesn’t really matter.  To others its taboo to talk about.  To me, its just part of domain investing history.  But as I trace the paths to success there is a lot of commonality.   One, belief in the future of domain names. Two, patience.  Three, adult material.

Adult money allowed many of the early domain investors to grow their portfolio and fill their bank accounts.  Some of the biggest guys were known for having huge portfolios of typos and adult material. Even side businesses in the adult world. Talking to a domain investor that’s been in it for 15 plus years said it was hard for him because he just didn’t feel comfortable with adult material . But he saw others making hundreds of thousands, if not millions with the names.  The same with typos.  He was able to do it “clean” with non adult name with a few slipping in (no pun intended) with bulk purchases, and stuck to typins and typos until the resell market started to become a good income source.

I’m not judging.  If I would have entered domain investing at a different place in my life I may have joined in as well. But I came in with a family and at the tail end of traffic monetization.  A family that was usually within 5 feet of me working on the computer. It was just something that I couldn’t do at that point.   It’s no coincidence that the people making adult money didn’t have children running around.  I am not saying some didn’t, just saying that makes things easier without kids around when in that world.  I also not saying that investors that made adult money wouldn’t have made millions without it. On the contrary.  They are smart. They follow the money and at the time that is where the money was.   They have made millions without any adult material as well.  It just made it easier and gave them the money to be more patient and build a better and bigger portfolio.

All things that aren’t available today.  Today’s version of typo, typin, and adult traffic isn’t there in my opinion.  It has to be done with straight flipping domains.  Which I feel is a bit harder for the new investor.  It’s why they are throwing handfuls of darts into new Gs hoping they may be the new easy money.  It hasn’t and most likely won’t work.   And I don’t see a FriendFinder affiliate money laying around either.  Just going to have to work longer and harder but the end results can still be the same .   Here are today’s names at auction. Click to see current price

And Happy Fourth of July to All Americans.  Whether you love or hate our current situation we should all be grateful for everything we have in the United States.  We fought for freedom 142 years ago and there will continue to be things you have to fight for to move forward.

Quote of the Day:  If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write something worth reading or do things worth writing”  -Benjamin Franklin

Domain of the Day:  BlueUltra.com      Nice sounding brand for $12.  Maybe I just like it because its close to Cultra

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Netting.org   If you sell netting (bird, fish, shade, packaging) this would be a good name for you.  When I asked the seller  who would want the name he sent me a list of 300 people that are in the netting business. And that the keyword is taking in 60 extensions.

41 Dot Com Domains.  No Reserve      Names like CoinLoon.com, CyberFarming.com, BudKitty.com, and LoadTimer.com

EBCR.com  Good letters and its met reserve at under $500

NewDeal.com   No reserve.  22 years old.  What all athletes are looking for

AutoBlanket.com  No bids.  Keep your car safe and warm

Poozi.com  Nice little 5L.com.  You know I like them.  We’ve established that

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

 

Magazines.net  Not a ton of money left in magazines but Apple is about to try and figure it out

TrailerLock.com  Too small of a product for me but there are bidders who disagree

NativeSoil.com  One of the most valuable commodities on Earth.  22 years old

Navigato.com   I assumed it was Spanish for Navigate but turns out its Italian and they use it as “Surf” the Internet

HobbyNews.com  The hobby business continues to be billions of dollars with drones taking the place of planes and trains

Dutto.com  Naive me thought this was just a nice 5L I could get at a good price.  Nope

HSOG.com   You’ve heard me say I like the O in the third spot for “Of”

PuppyEyes.com   Nice kids brand.  18 years old

Departure.org  Going to be a travel name despite being .org

SunnyCare.com  good name, watch the trademarks

GXLF.com    Headed to China

FairShop.com   Definitely going to be a place that everything is sourced ecologically and through fair trade

PortlandMarijuana.com   Can’t think of any two words that go together better than these two.  Maybe Peanut Butter and Jelly

3265.cc  Can’t go wrong with NNN and NNNN.cc

OurToken.com   We’re still doing token domains.  Just not quite as many because of the “slide”

Catzia.com   I see a cat site.  That’s it.   Cats

 

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

 

XXBXX.com.com  Has a great opening bid.  The Chinese love this type of pattern

PrimePrep.com  Could be used for many different types of training.  Was also the name of the terribly unsuccessful school that Deon Sanders founded.  no bids

MuttRescue.com  Mutts make the best dogs

SmokeTank.com  I don’t know what a smoke tank is or will be but for $12 I might be willing to find out

BronzeBay.com  Too bad tanning salons aren’t a good business anymore

Cafe50.com 903 million Google results can’t be bad

Heysa.com  Nice 5L with one, $12 bid

PrecisionBackup.com  when it comes to backing up valuable stuff you want it done correctly. No bidders

NoWaxing.com  Marketing name for laser treatment

FindShane.com  Where’s Waldo type game coming out in September

Guardando.com “To keep” in Spanish.  Only one bidder wants to keep this domain. GD values it at $3900

Confefe.com Don’t confuse this for the word “Covfefe” which means “to be a stubborn bully” in most languages

Fergan.com  Doesn’t mean anything but clean, easy to spell, name for $12

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

 

0186.cc
3op.org
788368.com
AceConsultGhana.com
AfterMidnightBroadway.com
AirVaporMax.info
AlertClothingCompany.com
AlisonRowe.com
AMGSwimSchool.com
Amisites.com
AmoriumExcavations.org
AngelsEssence.net
GigGalYoga.com
Causally.com
ConsultingFitness.com
CraftProjectsPatterns.com
CureNailFungusNow.com
DavidLopez.us
Dermatologist-NearMe.com
DollShopsUnited.com
Ecaat.com
Ecommerce24.com
End.biz
eTechy.com
EzraBibleInstitute.org
FlexRewards.net
freebsd-howto.com
Games4Future.com
GlobalCashCardCard.com
GoldenDust.com
GuruPlay.com
HempWithLove.com
Hengjialh.com
Hettorrespa.com
hg1299.com
HootKidney.info
hotel-tartini-piran.com
InvestorCrypto.com
KatyMomsBlog.com
KryptoBot.com
Lawyers-NearMe.com
LearnScratch.org
Link-Links.org
Lovenlp.com
Luccc.com
mbfpt.com
MegaRestaurantSupply.com
MiyettiApparel.com
ModaBlockheads.com
MtBee.com
Nakhalarabia.com
NewHavenHoliday.com
NewsRadioCentralOregon.com
OldTimeRusticCottage.com
OnStarshipSandDragonWings.com
OrangeCoastRebuilding.com
OrganicVolunteers.com
ParqueByBlos.com
Pcade.com
portalofgbpp.com=
ProcareMedStaffing.com
Rdaohang.com
Redlist-arc.org
Riders-Match.com
Sandara.net
SensorHub.com
ShenHongsd.com
SimplySeven.com
SmokeSmellBegone.com
SpidermanCBA.com
StarkJuice.com
StaterOnline.com
SUVK.com
SweetPeaRanch.com
Tap2Go.com
TasteOfCuba.com
TAudiobook.com
TDPhotoVideo.com
TexasTallChairs.com
TimeGraph.com
TrstByPalladium.com
VedHerbs.com
VcemYachts.net
Victoriaherts.com
VillageFamilyYoga.com
Wxerdos.com
YeastFix.info
YeOldCountryKitchen.net
Zaico.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We 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 us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are 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

Share This
724 0 For Sale

About the author

Outsmarting the Dumb, Outworking the Smart

View all articles by ShaneCultra

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.