AUCTION RECAP OF NOVEMBER 15, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on November 15, 2019.

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

Other Names at Auction

XXX.taxi Heard this is a thing or is it a bus? Ends today

$180

Legit.io Has a legit opening offer

At $5,000 with 5 days left

2D.tv old school, where everyone wore grey. at $70

At $70 with 20 hours left

GoDaddy Names at Auction

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Namejet Names at Auction

The 5N.com sales are getting boring to watch as clear prices have been set based on numbers and patterns. I’ll skip any 5N sales until something changes.

AgInternetWork.org $3,900
gardenology.com $1,701
KnifeSharpening.com $1,254
CreditFocus.com $1,108
hiat.com $1,101
pcsn.com $863
lezbos.com $831
cpg.net $752
lapdawg.com $672
ASmile.com $671

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Top Topics: A $7,500 .TV Sale is Announced; How Many .ORG Names Do You Own?…

In this week's Top Topics, we look at a new .TV sale that makes the top twenty list for 2019, and investors discuss the .ORG extension after the recent news that could mean that .ORG prices are drastically increased. Elsewhere, we get an end-user's perspective on a domain name purchase and investors debate Tesla's latest brand, and their "cybrtrk.com" domain name.


I Sold ATM.tv for $7,500

Veteran .TV domain...

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153 Domain Discoveries for November 16th

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As we enter a new decade it’s time for GoDaddy to fix their aftermarket platform

GoDaddy Auctions

There was a nice back and forth on Twitter Friday night concerning GoDaddy Auctions.

When you go to GoDaddy to use the appraisal tool, if you scroll down you see this:

How does $2,344.00 sound?

That was the average sale price in 2017 for a domain at GoDaddy auctions.

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Elliot Silver tweeted this out and pondered how $2,344 could be right?

That makes perfect sense with all the auctions that close from $5 to $12 how could that number be right?

Paul Nicks replied:

Paul explained further:

After that Konstantinos from OnlineDomain.com weighed in:

Konstantinos went on to discuss the issue that I think is very important,

Confusion at GoDaddy Auctions

I have had this happen before as well. Dear Raymond I see that example.com closed with no bids, I would be willing to offer you $100 to transfer me the name.

The person believes that an auction took place, no bids were made (implying no interest in the name, so it has minimal value) and then makes a lowball offer.

For those that don’t know what’s being talked about, a name that you are not auctioning appears to be in auction.

Here is a name of mine, never been auctioned just listed for sale using premium listings.

PitchPulse.com

Someone looking at GoDaddy auctions will see Ends at 1/11/2020 6:00 AM (EST) 56d left. So if there is no sale, they will think the auction closed unsold.

As we move into a new decade it’s time for GoDaddy, a public company that can afford to spend $500 million to buy back shares, to spend some money and update their sales platform.

It’s time to focus on simplicity and a better user experience. Something that has never been at auction should never seem like it’s at auction.

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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, November 16th

I’m in Western New York state, trying to catch Steelhead and Brown trout in the streams around Rochester. It’s fricken cold, there’s snow on the ground and the fish aren’t biting.

Click the links for current prices, most links are commissionable and fund the operation.

Main List

The No Bid List

AllConspiracy.com
ArtisticFlavor.com
BackThem.com
BagCandy.com
BasicGrid.com
BloodSecrets.com
BuildLift.com
CanResist.com
CheckedYouOut.com
CindyWang.com
CleanIngredients.com
ClearAssessment.com
DigitalTestimony.com
EasyPublic.com
FoodOfKings.com
GoGetaBoat.com
HoneyHedge.com
HouseNeo.com
ImpactProfit.com
IndyStat.com
InstaAlert.com
iWillNotObey.com
LifePour.com
MeSelfStorage.com
NavigateSafely.com
NoBelief.com
OutOfCommission.com
PoliticalCreed.com
ProtectMyBaby.com
ReadyDealer.com
SalaryScience.com
SpaUltra.com
SureShaper.com
SweetHay.com
UltraTablets.com
VrDelivery.com
WalkAssist.com
WantToLose.com
WindDemon.com
YardCrop.com
zenbility.com
ZeroSafety.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

VeganShop.com
rcasino.com
guzer.com
fy88.com
Sporty.org
ShareTools.com
WaterBroker.com
GameCase.com
SaleCommunity.com
HouseOfStars.com
ExSystem.com
YourMicro.com
Diet.cc
HungryHead.com
UsCoop.com
Madden.org
RentYourOffice.com
sooloo.com
Repairing.org
StudyGeek.com
LoveSingle.com
FunPrinting.com
ByteFix.com
AllWars.com
eucourses.com
NetProofing.com
fayzi.com
ecrez.com
oxxoo.com
FullServer.com
ReachAnother.com
kakizo.com
hologeo.com
bereo.com
tanzoa.com
KeyZap.com
WitWin.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

LittlePlanet.com
PriceCut.com
BrainJazz.com
Torrenti.com
rautio.com
SnowDays.com
SpeedOptions.com
TheAthlete.com
LittleStep.com
TimelessSecret.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

oamb.com
lzmv.com
rquo.com
vywx.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Diet.cc
vicc.tv

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

abuseo.com
ankido.com
appiant.com
cardiya.com
cenasa.com
cigim.com
consuve.com
dojek.com
enastava.com
extility.com
framak.com
inkaza.com
kelose.com
klozen.com
metasy.com
monact.com
nacasia.com
narrito.com
ojoli.com
pamazi.com
pobik.com
tunester.com
vewos.com
viwos.com
voseos.com
zirbie.com
zylto.com

Some Numbers

79695.com
33859.com
18716.com
645588.com
316901.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Diet.cc
Madden.org
Repairing.org
Exploration.me
Republic.cc
Helpline.cc
Soldiers.me
Moronic.net
Nope.me Sporty.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

MassVapor.com
TastyKush.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

Zvuh.com
Oyxh.com
Jiuo.com
Qualifier.com
StreetGrills.com

Ploomb.com
FullSpeech.com
YEOF.com
Xkjv.com
SUEXO.com

Slinkify.com
SportsBike.co
DerCannabis.com
1million.net
DashRevenue.com
QuantumNetworks.co
AskSpecial.com
CoinClinch.com
Date.com.co
Bitcoins.recipes

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

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

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Domain Investing News Highlights for the week of November 11th 2019

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Hello, happy Friday and welcome to my weekly Domain Investing news roundup. This week I decided to change the wording a bit on the title and change it to “Highlights” since I try to find stories that I think are the highlights of the week. But who the heck care what I call it so let’s just get to the news!

What to expect at NamesCon 2020 – DNW Podcast #261 (listen on Domain Name Wire)

Kate Buckley addresses those who question her sales (read more on TheDomains)

ROOM CEO Brian Chen Discusses Room.com Domain Name (read more on DomainInvesting.com)

4600.com at $51,000 closes today at GoDaddy (read more on TLDInvestors)

Selling off PIR, did ISOC just throw .org registrants under a bus? (read more on DomainIncite)

Liquid Domains Overview Q3 2019 (read more on TLDInvestors)

TM.Com Changes Hands for $1.25 Million in Deal Handled by Mark Thomas at VIPBrokerage.com (Read more on DNJournal)

CentralNic buys Team Internet for $48 million (read more Domain Name Wire)

How To Write a good outbound email

Today: Cryptopia.com sold for $13,750 / How to contact local businesses to pre-qualify them for a domain name / The average sale rate / and More…

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying Pure Geo .com domains – Budget: Up to $10,000.00 – If you have any premium and purse GEO .com domain names you want to liquidate for some quick capital, this might be an opportunity to do so.

Buying NL.io – LN.io – Budget: Up to $300.00 – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these NL or LN .io ccTLD’s. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction if you are ready to liquidate.

Share your best DCEP (China’s New Digital Currency) domain – Are you investing into any DCEP domain names yet? Which ones do you own? Compare notes with other DCEP domain investors and share your best ones too.

The average sale rate – Is there such a thing as an average sale rate for domain names in general or do you need to have other variables before you can declare an average? Check out what these domains investors said about it.

Cryptopia.com sold for $13,750 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a nine-letter, brandable, pronounceable, .com domain name for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

How to contact local businesses to pre-qualify them for a domain name – Have you ever tried to pre-qualify a business for a domain name you own prior to pitching them to buy one? How successful have you been? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying about it.

How To Write a good outbound email – Have you mastered the perfect outbound email to sell domain assets yet? If not, take a look at some of the examples veteran domain investors are sharing. If so, share your best one too.

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A better way to do a domains wanted thread

Domains wanted threads

Earlier this year Vito from mediabranding.com did a domains wanted thread where he would not accept private messages, he wanted people to post their name in the thread.

This was being done to bring things out into the light. To weed out those who break the rules in the dark. Examples include sending non coms when the thread starter asked only for .coms, asking $10,000 when max budget is $1,000, etc…

One of the things Vito did worry about was getting names picked off by someone else before he could reply to them.

Marek from Brands.International took the concept and improved upon it, running a very efficient thread with rules that provided him the opportunity to have some time to make a decision.

Of course someone could say I don’t care about a violation, but again that whole thing of everything being out in the public for everyone to see, tends to keep people in line. When everyone can see what you did you cannot post, “you don’t know the whole story or see all the pm’s.”

Here was the initial post:

Criteria:

1. only .WORLD, .LIFE, .LIVE, .CHAT, .WORK, .WORKS, .SPACE, .PLACE, .COOL, .FUND, .SOCIAL, .CLOUD and .NETWORKNO OTHER EXTENSIONS!

2. STANDARD renewal attached (or it can be small premium renewal, but less then $50).

3. Only 1 worders (what is 1 worder : OPEN.WORLD. This is NOT 1 worder: MYOPEN.WORLD)

4. 1 name per 1 member per 1 day, so please select those with high quality. If you have more good names, post it on separate day. I will report you if you break this rule.

5. You must post name directly in the thread. Do not send me DMs, all DMs not originated by me will be ignored. By posting name in this thread you agree to give me (this only for duration of 24 hours since you post it) exclusive right to choose your name and to get it (if we do not agree on some lesser price via DMs) for price $250/name (by me publicly posting the domain name selected and “I take it” words with this domain ), while you bindingly confirm you will NOT sell this name to someone else during this 24 hour period.

I might publicly post information prior end of this period that the name is released from this exlusive right, in which case you can freely sell it to someone else again.

If I do not post anything, you must wait for 24 hours to be able to sell it to someone else.

6. By posting a name in thread you agree I can positively or negatively comment on it, if I like to do so..

It generated over 5,000 views and 185 posts. A few names purchased.

I think what Marek did might become a trend, many members such as Brad Mugford have expressed their frustration at getting so many off top replies.

There is another side to all of this where many members now start a thread and make clear that they will report everyone who sends a name that’s is outside the listed criteria.

This has sparked some to want to find ways to punish those who make those threats. Over the summer someone asked me if I got the email from a group of people looking to block or ignore those members who threatened other members? I did not.

Namepros will give you an infraction point for sending names that don’t match, now how many points and how often I don’t know? Some want to know what is the actual punishment for sending names that don’t match.

Then there are those that ostracize and exclude buyers who have what some see as stupid budgets or as one person said to me, “an idiotic budget that shows they are a broke bitch!”

Either way it’s a mess, domains wanted has been out of hand for a long time. 

This alternate method could be the better way to go.

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AUCTION RECAP OF NOVEMBER 14, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on November 14, 2019.

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

Other Names at Auction

Klot.com I think this ends up as the highest price on the board

$4,110

RCRM.com And this one has the best letters

$2,950

RBDA.com If you can get this one at $500 you’d be doing very well IMO

$655

ISOE.com Upgrade acronym for hundreds of entities

$860

GoDaddy Names at Auction

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The 5N.com sales are getting boring to watch as clear prices have been set based on numbers and patterns. I’ll skip any 5N sales until something changes.

feltracing.com $2,200
WildMango.com $1,900
BusinessMatters.com $1,012
sesg.com $1,007
PepperFool.com $995
VetZone.com $806
EventDesk.com $780
heh.net $760
BrandStrategies.com $721
yljd.com $720

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