Domain Spotlight:

Sean’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, January 9th, 2022

Thanks for the warm welcome, everyone that commented here or on Twitter.

Speaking of warm, this is my first winter living in central Vermont–I’m originally from the south east and I’ve been doing OK, but the high temperature for this coming Tuesday is a devastating -3 degrees. For the high. Like, that’s the most degrees we’re going to get for a period of 24 hours–that just blows my mind.

If I don’t show up with a post on Thursday, you can assume what might have happened…

Before going into today’s list, I wanted to share some of my favorite domains that I own. I thought this would be a good way to get to know me, to see what kind of names I own and why I like them.

Unlike Shane, I don’t have any 100% knock-out .com names. My best domain is a .org (and I think everyone is sleeping on .orgs and they are the best extension after .com, fight me, but it’s OK, no need to go and start bidding on those .orgs, they are worthless, don’t even think about it, dawg).

I don’t own any 3-letter domains, don’t own any numbers. I mostly don’t hold any alt-gTLDs.

But here are a few that I own and that I’m sort-of OK talking about…

Strawberry•org — I think this one speaks for itself. The best fruit, the best flavor of Starburst, I think the .org extension works well. I’m happy to hold this one for decades…

FLVR•com — love it as a brand. I want to build something cool on this one some day–that’s why I’ve got a ridiculous price on it @ afternic. Anyone dumb enough to give me six-figures for this name (which is very much NOT worth six figures)… I’ll take it!

HempAcademy•com — Solid name that I think someone will love to have someday. I have several hundred cannabis-related domains that I mostly don’t talk about…

GrassX•com — big fan of <keyword>X domains. This one is short and punchy.

I also own a decent collection of psychedelic-related domains that I paid a god damned lot of money for, and probably won’t be ready for prime-time sales for another decade or two, but I’m playing the long game with these (and, ideally, will build some amazing sites that take the value beyond what I ever would have gotten for the domains themselves… like I said in the last post: I’m a hoarder with big dreams to build out these sites (but I have actually done this in the past, with big exits, so it’s not entirely a stupid dream)…

PsilocybinTherapy•com — gonna be a huge industry, and I’ve got the category killer SEO lead-gen name for it.

PsilocybinX•com — love that ‘X’

I’ve also got a few of the most popular strains of psilocybin-containing mushrooms (which, like cannabis is mostly bullshit, but very widely used) such as LibertyCap(s)•com, GoldenTeacher•com, and more.

So that’s a look at what kind of portfolio I hold. I want to hear from you, though. Post a comment with your most valuable or favorite domain name (just one!) and tell me why. Genuinely curious.

Don’t try and sell your names in the comments, though. I won’t approve those comments and will make fun of you in private. But DO share your fave and why. 🙂

Park.io Names at Auction

BadAss.io – not much going on today at Park, but this name is pretty… bad ass.

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

Artisan.fi – something something art + finance $$$

Stockholm.xyz – for your geo portfolio. Fun fact, this is one of the top 10 cities I want to visit, but haven’t (checked off my #1 city in summer 2019: Copenhagen!)

Jamaica.net – same–for your geo ‘folio. I’ve been to Jamaica via a cruise ship. Super basic, I know…

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Godaddy Domains With Bids

JobsDone.com – Job’s Done: pay me! Could be a good money collection platform or… invoicing software brand? Kind of weak, though…

TimberShop.com – I like this as an ecom name, for sure. Selling little carvings, tools to do woodworking, building materials, etc. It’s not a clever name: clever is overrated when it comes to branding. This is a solid, straight-forward brand.

OrganicCandy.com – Not a fan of the back-to-back “c” — but I love candy and I love this name. Organic candy? You mean I can save the earth AND eat this butterscotch? I’m all in. Another straightforward, no bullshit brand.

VideoBarn.com Sounds like a video rental store you’d find the characters going to in Stranger Things Season 11 which would take place in like 1995 to rent videos. Could be a nice nostalgic-like movie experience, but probably it’s not worth spending too much on…

ShipLocal.com – A nice name that evokes the “Buy Local” campaign, though I’m not sure what kind of business this could be. Ship Local? IDK, intercity food delivery maybe? Got a nice sound to it.

Falcona.com – Nice one-ish word brand. Sounds like Falcon, but you can get it cheaper with an “a” on the end.

HelpAvailable.com – Pretty decent career-related brand. Sounds like the opposite of a job board–maybe a more appropriate brand for something like an UpWork or a Freelancer.com, where you go to find a pool of talent or experienced people you can quickly hire for a gig. I like it.

PrivateInc.com – Without camel case this looks pretty bad: privateinc — but if you use camel case and you say it, it feels like a super privacy/VPN-focused brand name. You could do A LOT worse than this domain…

SkillRank.com – a competitor to HelpAvailable.com?

And Now: Every .com Domain Expiring At GoDaddy Auction Tomorrow That Has a Few Bids:

DotcomDevelopment.com
WeekendHomes.com
ValuableCoins.com
OrganicCandy.com
BookTrope.com
SayingsPoint.com
SkillRank.com
celinununu.com
CarQueen.com
ShipLocal.com
gssn.com
instantpayltd.com
52828.com
ChristianStreamNet.com
HelloDollYonBroadway.com
holygralelouisville.com
PatriotTalon.com
JobsDone.com
covd.com
BellusMagazine.com
wyenot.com
falcona.com
NetRiver.com
TheButterflyGardenInn.com
pokiapp.com
TimberShop.com
CoinHippo.com
VideoBarn.com
SlotsJam.com
TamilBookshelf.com
roysmarket.com
svaq.com
jdhsnews.com
omfut.com
belksappliance.com
p3pbook.com
bamapowersports.com
miembro.com
BuyPerfectBacon.com
Fun2Story.com
fionaraven.com
kittyo.com
MarcusBooksOakland.com
meccagymandspa.com
FreedomOfThought.com
auboudoirecarlate.com
WomenUnlimitedWorldwide.com
DivestMcgill.com
CheckersPizzaManchester.com
WaukonPowerSports.com
Tag360.com
cafecaturra.com
HelpAvailable.com
drjmoran.com
pisapizzalv.com
thetotcart.com
StudyMoreChinese.com
RetailCashback.com
meutop.com
tiempoargentino.com
OutdoorGrillWorld.com
FlatsToRent.com
LaxOnLark.com
RavenPerformance.com
47624.com
MySemesters.com
Party-Bus.com
namastedoc.com
jim3dlong.com
allthingsbi.com
59098.com
KingLawFirms.com
masalladelaspalabras.com
SupportOurRibbons.com
jbcameradesigns.com
DiscIthaca.com
KatoTaiko.com
NicksNightclub.com
MyFinancialCenter.com
AmandaHarrisonDesign.com
kbcbtv.com
bmodestboutique.com
damascuisine.com
playincstore.com
h1091.com
LawyerServe.com
EthiopianNewsToday.com
supinopizza.com
aquathermhvac.com
MenDoBerri.com
ReignCity.com
marcjaysonpapp.com
civilco.com
xraymd.com
WeddingPhotographyWorld.com

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5 Replies to “Sean’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, January 9th, 2022”

  1. Yes, I also believe .org domains are underrated.

    My favorite domain is Nimble // .org. It short and cute with positive connotations. Perfect for crypto payments or similar.

      1. Thanks! I won it at GoDaddy expired auction two months ago. Prices have become ridiculous there, but I liked this name so much that I just decided to pay up.

  2. FLVR•com is my ‘flavorite’. Wonderful open vessel for branding. Memorable. It has a chic and upscale feel that a lot of other four consonant / no vowel names using that same type of naming convention don’t have. No doubt the name is sitting on the best TLD for its use so it seems like it has a good defensive position. A couple of the first uses that come to mind are already being used in commerce so I’d keep an eye out for common law / registered trademark issues in deciding when I developed it if you have a use in mind, but this name lends itself to so many uses it still has a ton of possibility and value.

  3. WeddingPlanners.org huge category because of that industry and in fact I could not believe a group had not taken it.. Also sent you an em @hey

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