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Travs List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, June 23, 2019

There was a name I had on Friday’s list that I decided to keep off the list, because I loved the name, it had no bids so I was hoping there was some way everyone had missed it and I could pick it up in closeouts, and I could also use the name for my own business if I wanted to.  The name was  By Friday morning, the name had one $12 bid so closeouts was out of the question.  When the bidding was done, the name ended at $1,009 with 63 bids.  I stopped at $1,000, and who knows how high it would have gone if we both kept at it.  I really do love the name, but there is already a with a trademark.  I don’t think that matters, but a court could find the names confusing if decided to take action.

Other Names at Auction  a town in North Carolina near Winston-Salem  time to get the band back together  only a few more dollars to meet the reserve  has a $5,000 bid and has met reserve  met reserve with a $3,000 bid  domain and site with a low low starting price of only $10,000,000 and a BIN of $15,000,000

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids  several very nice one-word .net domains expiring  a nice 5N with a price that is already more than double the GoDaddy valuation  looking at recent 3C sales, I can’t tell where this is going to end up. $1,400 maybe?  a couple terrible 4L’s  highest number of bids on the board all going after backlinks I guess  a last name but not a common one and too much like osiris to make it worth much in my opinion  ultra is a great way to start a name  so is elite  really not sure who the end user of this would be  interesting name for a blog or food journal (which it used to be) – bids are for the backlinks and traffic I think  this will end up on the side of a truck or van at some point  branding university  highest GoDaddy valuation on the board, but it isn’t a very good name  any number of pet related uses for this one  took me a minute to see it. expireddomains had this correctly camel-cased as and I couldn’t figure out why it had bids  big market – remember, realtor trademarked – realty not trademarked  going to be scary when it happens  exact match – going to need to sell mechanical pencils  really like this one  crypto investment training program  South Carolina bakery  start your own church

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids  it’s memorable  common term but not very positive  excessively large security  the K in Kush makes the K in Kraft look right  tech recruiting in Dallas  decent name for a theme site  Caribbean real estate name  wish colors wasn’t plural, but then it wouldn’t have zero bids  would be funny to see this on the label of a honey jar  I think the plural of this is the valuable name, and it is in use  excessively descriptive since we don’t know of any other animals, but it would be a fun site to build out  that is a pretty big area with lots of signs  nice name with no bids  large tool and machinery rental  rise above the rest


Seems like these should have political value

Other Names with 2 or more bids ordered by descending bid count

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5 Replies to “Travs List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, June 23, 2019”

  1. Hi Travis, I can understand your feeling of losing out on Instead of waiting to pick up good domains after they become Closeouts, how about not looking at the auction but instead just focusing on domain actually available in the Closeout session? In this case, you only see what’s available that you can pick up for $11. What do you think?

    1. Hi Kassay – waiting for a name with no bids to hit closeouts is a strategy to avoid drawing attention to a name. You see it happen all the time. Someone puts 1 bid on a name and then everyone searching the auction list for names with bids sees it and the bidding soars. For this reason, there are a subset of users that fight for names as they drop into closeouts. These users may also be the reason that the bidding soars as they jump in once the initial bid took away the closeout chance. I wouldn’t have minded paying much more than $11 for – just not more than around $1,000. Looking at just the Closeouts is certainly a strategy to use. Personally, I feel like I find better names on the drop than I do in the closetouts lists, but I haven’t looked at it in a while.

      1. Agreed. 99.999% of Closeouts are junk. How do you manage to look at many different marketplaces, filtering out junks, and doing research, while still maintaining a busy job? Amazing!

      2. Easy, I don’t have a busy job. I semi-retired around 5 years ago. I contract / consult on a regular basis, but I wouldn’t call it a busy job. Beyond that, I don’t look through the lists every day either. Josh may like managing 20k plus names, but I’m fine staying around 1k, and that’s about where I am.

  2. Great. Keep up the good work, Travis. Once in a while, if you can talk about the tools you use to analyze domains, that would be great.

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