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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, June 17th, 2024

Funny how this domain game works. If you can just sell a few names for good money, it allows you to purchase more great names, which in turn turn turn into more great sales. 50% of my sales this year have been names that I have purchased in the last two years. So half my sales come from the 100 names vs the other half which come from 650 names. It shows that I am buying higher quality, more relevant names lately. Giving credit to Atom, they are also the reason. I’ve added 3 sales there that I feel they earned. Sure they may have purchased through Afternic or Dan or Etsy but I had them for many years and they hadn’t. Might have just been their day, or maybe they were hunting on Atom. We’ll never know but as long as they sell I’ll be fine.

I also feel we’re seeing some great names at auctions these last few years. Dot AI and dot coms have been plentiful in my price range. 1K to 5K names. Many will say I’m overpaying but last time I check to win an auction you have to pay more than everyone else thinks its worth.

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Domain of the Day: No reserve auction

Quote of the Day: “A door is never closed to those who know how to knock”

Dynadot Aftermarket Domains You know exactly what its going to be for. Tracking your emails Great name on the board to build a business around and we all know we need a new one Only a $28 renewal fee Money still flowing into the sector but certainly not as hot as it was For da kids At $8 at press time. Ends today Not bad for hand reg price Renewal of $26. Not bad for an LL for under $10 is worth looking at

Namejet Names at Auction (All No Reserve) 4L pronounceables are gold . Easy money Of course you know I like this one Sell one home to pay for the name. Ends today Solid name for the beauty industry Not A building. THE building Great alt energy name NY version Cute brand for under $100 50 bidders coming for this lending domain

Sedo and Catched Names at Auction

Sedo Brandable that would sell for 3-5K at Atom

Catched. com In for the keyword. It’s big Get capital at a low low interest rate of 23% . Getting some strong bids Has a lot of reach No bids. Probably worth hand reg price $271 renewal fee

Godaddy Names with Bids Matching number CCC can be gold. We all know they do well at auction but you hardly ever see resales at retail I think its negative as far as a consumer facing brand. With a lot of marketing could work Always available Taken in 100 extensions which is surprising to me For some reason, I think of a mailer you would get in back in the day Because you won’t get dot net discount on a good keyword Gambling and gaming in one domain What a keyword. Almost too generic but it doesn’t matter $1200 renewal Taken in 12 extensions but Godaddy loves it at $8K value Love this one. Great brand Yes its a thing I’m all over all chain names lately but this one exudes a little of the opposite of being onchain $3100 renewal Wait…this one is $3800 renewal for some reason can’t let this one go A nice addition to the portfolio

Godaddy with One Bid or Fewer

The Rest of the Domains with Bids

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 were chosen by us, Shane, Travis, and/or Josh . Everything we say is based on our research or is opinion. Do your 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, registrars, and individuals that are auctioning names. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.

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