AUCTION RECAP OF OCTOBER 12, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on October 12, 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.

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.

enc.org $7,100
benk.com $4,101
papin.com $1,755
luxan.com $1,010
InjuryLawyer.org $810
dieux.com $666
LawSpace.com $553
extraordinaria.com $520
WorldExploration.com $512
Wrangling.com $500

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140 Domain Discoveries for October 13th

Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 140 domains for sale with history. […]

Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 13th, 2019

The great part of writing every single day is I pretty much document my entire domain journey right here. It’s a diary that I can go back and read and either laugh or shake my head. I decided to see some of my “what I bought this year” posts and see what I did with the domains. I’ve sold a lot more names that I remembered. I can see why my portfolio has gotten pretty good after 12 years of buying and selling. Here is a look back on a few of the posts

From 4/19/2013

YUSU (sold)

BOWO (sold)

VUGU (sold)

DOWO (sold)

FOKO (sold)

IGHA

ToolChest

Hatsy (sold)

Doodled (sold)

BetterParking (sold)

Puddl  (to go with my Puddles.com)

Auditions.tv (sold)

FightObesity.org

Had a pretty good sell through on this list. Of course they would all be worth a lot more now

From 10/20/2012

LandscapeDesigner. com (still own)

Cupcakes. info (dropped)

Galavant. com   (sold)

Successor. com (sold)

HDDVDBurners. com  (dropped)

Algaecides. com  (dropped)

TreeSpader. com   (dropped)

ShitIFound.  com   (dropped)

Weety.  com   (sold)

This list was a dud bought I made a great profit with the names I did end up selling. And LandscapeDesigner is definitely more valuable than what I paid for it back in 2010

From 1/11/2011 I left my original commentary since it’s pretty funny to look back at.

7881.com Overpaid here but I really like the number.  The last purchase of my $10,000 into NNNN experiment (I do actually have $800 left so I may buy one more)

1248 Loved the way the numbers double.  China loves domains that end in 8 but don’t like the 4.  At the price I paid I could double my money tomorrow

3065 Didn’t have a 4 and that’s all I looked for when adding to my portfolio

3289 Is it crazy to pick a domain based on how it types out on a numeric keypad?  That’s why I bought this one

aPillow For under a hundred dollars I thought it was a steal.  AND…I love pillows

Koppo 5 Letter that is a nice tight type on the keyboard.  Go ahead, type it out…Nice huh?

Wirby Stole this one.  A nice 5 letter domain.  I’ll do well with this one

Akly I bought it for a few hundred dollars for two reasons.  One, it is a pronounceable 4 letter dot com. Two it was getting 7,000 uniques a month. Turned out to be adult traffic that I don’t usually mess with but I’m pretty sure I can get my money back just from monetizing the traffic.

GirlsFighting (this is a dot net) I was a sucker for the searches 112,000.  I figured I could flip this one.   Anyone want to buy it for $300?

BlueTomatoes I just liked the name.   As a plant grower it fits my niche.  As a brand building guy I don’t think there’s an easier logo in the world to make.  1996 registration was an added bonus.  I thought it was a great buy

I still own blue tomatoes but unfortunately I sold every other name on this list. I may have dropped GirlsFighting. That one I don’t remember. But I do remember 7881 because I left six figures on the board.

I say that I’ve become a better buyer as I learn domain investing but the more I look at it, the more I realize I am becoming a better salesman. I am more patient and can afford to wait for a bigger price. I’ve made some bad decisions (the .ws thing) but over all is wasn’t too bad considering I was relatively new to domain investing. And I didn’t have a ton of money to play with. I had just a few thousand dollars. Sold them to start the $10,000 purchases of NNNN.com of which the sales gave me the bankroll to be where I am today with zero outside dollar investment. Every domain you see me talk about today is a result of the flips you see in this post and many more not listed. And to think it only took 10 years of working at it a few hours a day. An overnight success

Quote of the Day: I don’t know where the limits are, but I would like to go there” – Eliud Kipchoge (1st man in history to run a marathon in less than 2 hours)

Domain of the Day: AllStar.com This just showed up in the auctions. I can only imagine how high this one is going to go

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

Born.net Looks like this one is actually going to hit reserve

Dolero.com A Hispanic last name and “Doler” means “to hurt” in Spanish

Fintech360.com For all you fintech people. Yes all 3 of you

Imtuk.com 17 years old. Age doesn’t make it better but it doesn’t hurt it either. No bids

Luncheo.com Food or date. No bidders

Parmee.com A last name and that’s good enough to be a brand down the road. And 6 letters so short

Ewing.com There are a lot of Ewings in the world but most men think of Patrick

Mathematic.com I think this one is worth the high reserve. The singular is a good brand

CLBR.com R for Realty. The rest are great letters

CyclingSchool.com It’s not as easy as riding a bike

Turbon.com 1996 birthday. A little bit of turbo and a little bit of turban

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

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999996.com Given how high this one is can you imagine the price of 999999.com

66491.com, 66492.com and 66493.com Don’t get a chance to own sequential much anymore

Genovese.com The name is best known for the mob family of the same name. The most powerful of the big 5 mobs. Was started by Lucky Luciano

AnimatorExpo.com huge competition for this historic name. Tons of juice and backlinks to pass along to your business Evidently 5 figures worth

FarmHero.com Sounds like a iPhone game

ExtraVegetables.com Would be the perfect name for vegetable sharing app. Everyone grows too many and ends up throwing them away

Appsters.com Apps creator or directory

KPopLine.com K-Pop so you can imagine it gets a ton of traffic

ShareMyRide.com Pretty obvious ride share name

CountMeIn.org Volunteer sign up name all the way

SolarLease.com Pretty much every solar installation now is a solar lease

CreditBee.com Adding bee to a keyword has been a popular naming convention for decades

Zaffle.com A perfect example of a brandable that means nothing so it can be anything

HEOT.com Not just hot but heot

Leene.com Fails the radio test horribly but nice short name

DamageReport.com Sounds like a hard hitting news site

IBBG.com G for Group. The rest of the letters are good. I think these types of LLLL.com have been a good value. People have been dumping them for cash to buy one worders. They take patience. My opinion only. Don’t put a cent into my opinion or you will lose your money

Pleek.com The kind of 5L I have been buying for a decade

BusyThumbs.com Anything mobile

OldDriver.com Sounds like a delicious Whisky

LiveDeliciously.com Like the name as a foodie brand but not sure anyone can spell deliciously

OrganicGroceryStore.com Like the store but a git generic for my taste

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

CanadaPacific.com

AllStarCheer.com

StockTrader.tv

SleepRhythm.com

BrandHoney.com

CropPoint.com

Keyoto.com

Spelty.com

VibeCapital.com

ToughLove.org

Skirty.com

HighBottom.com

VeganSchool.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

99642.com
AmericanEclipseUsa.com

BareBonesCoder.com
BlakkaMoore.com
BQ-Magazine.com
BurleyManorRidingStables.com
CanadianJazzArchive.org
CarolShips.org
DailyNutritionNews.com
DaleAlpLay.com
hl77.com
HVPL.com
LondonGreenFair.org
MedigapAndYou.com
MiniFrame.com
MotorMaids.org
OktoberfestBeerFestivals.com
Otogaz.com
PaganInstitute.org
ProsperityPac.com
PrthaiAirways.com
RHAG.net
SangeetNatak.org
SnakeOff.com
TechFeed.net
TheroysOnline.com

TreasureTokens.com
Uslanmam.com
VUIJ.com
Vulve.com
XHLT.com

OpenHope.com
Ploonge.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.

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Some quality domains wanted threads with solid budgets volume 2

Domains Wanted Threads

Going through the domains wanted threads at Namepros I picked out a few listings that have decent budgets and serious buyers. The members have trader ratings of 100%.

Many wanted threads can be fishing expeditions or people looking to buy $1 for .20, the listings below while not guaranteed to generate a sale, at least have a budget that is in line with what they are looking to acquire.

Josh Reason is looking for a one word .co

Looking for 1 word .co domain names ONLY.

Only 1 requirement:
– The exact match must be registered in at least 80 other extensions. (Check with DotDB.com)

Overall budget is $1-$25,000.
Max budget per name is $5,000.

I’m not making any offers, so you MUST include a price.

Thanks,
Josh

Contact on Namepros

Leo Angelo looking for LLL.com and CVCV.com

I will pay via Escrow.com. Paypal is an option for excellent reputation members.
LLL.com $10,000 to $25,000
CVCV.com $500 to $7,000
PM only.

Contact of Namepros

Steven Kennedy looking for quality .coms

I’m buying one word .com’s and top tier LLL.com’s

Rules:
– Must be .com
– Max 10 letters for one word .com’s
– Must be commonly used and well known english words
– Great letters only for the LLL.com (I have no interest in poor letter LLL’s)
– Must include your wholesale/reseller asking price

Send Direct Message with your names fitting these criteria with your prices. I will reply if interested.

Budget is up to $100K per name. Thanks!

Contact on Namepros

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To counter or not to counter on an opening offer

Today: When to develop or not to develop your domain / UML.com sold for $21,400 / Have You Ever Been the End-User? / and More…

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

Averages Sales Rundown – Is there really such a thing as an all encompassing average when it comes to domain name sales, regardless of the quality of the domains being sold? Check out what’s being discussed.

Is most of inbound sale through landing page or market place? – What has your experience been when it comes to inbound sales inquiries? Are you getting more from landers, marketplace listings, or whois information?

Dictionary single .com word @$1000, DM me asap – Could you use a quick thousand dollars and have a single-dictionary-word .com in your portfolio you would be willing to liquidate for fast cash? Check out this buyers guideline.

UML.com sold for $21,400 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a three-letter .com domain for five-figures, though I would have expected more. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

When to develop or not to develop your domain – Are you contemplating developing one of your domain investments? Take a look at some of the pros and cons other developing domain investors ran into.

Have You Ever Been the End-User? – Take a look at some domain name investors experiences on the other side, as the buyer and not the seller. Compare notes and share your own experiences as well.

To counter or not to counter on an opening offer – Which strategy has worked best for you? Do you win or lose more sales when you engage in counter-offers? Take a look at what’s working best for other domain investors and resellers.

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Stevan Lieberman Sheds Light on Domain Agreements and Trademark Searches

No sooner than a person is introduced to domain investing, affectionately known as “domaining” by domain investors as known as “domainers”, that they soon encounter the ramifications of legally transacting payment and agreement of domains.

Most new investors, a few old ones too, blindly play the payment roulette game when using PayPal or a non-secure payment method when transacting payment and agreement of domains.

Individuals soon come to find out they robbed themselves blind from receiving payment as well as losing their domain in the most horrific cases due to payment clawback, chargeback or disputed credit card payment by purchaser. 

Although there are many escrow services available to transact digital goods such as domains, I recently attended MERGE! and had the opportunity to interview one of the persons behind Escrow.Domains in my latest podcast: Stevan Lieberman, IP Attorney at Greenberg and Lieberman.

Stevan and I discuss the role he and his ventures — Greenberg & Lieberman, Escrow.Domains, and WilyFish.com — play in the domain industry.

So, press play and listen as Stevan shares how to securely and legally transact domain agreements that protect the buyer and seller. Thanks and that’s all for now!

Originally published on KickstartCommerce.com

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AUCTION RECAP OF OCTOBER 11, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on October 11, 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

Born.net Its a dot net but a pretty good keyword. No bids

At $750 with 4 days 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.

uml.com $21,400
MathPro.com $3,000
mph.org $1,239
rgsy.com $1,200
WildflowerSeeds.com $1,019
TargetDigital.com $801
JobAsia.com $786
EcoPanda.com $751
mgdesign.com $709
IndianHockey.com $706

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$255k in Sales on October 11th – Odds.co sold for $31,620 – Daily Market Report

Sedo had the top sale of the day for two days in a row, this time it was Odds.co which sold for $31,620. NameBio recorded 301 sales $100+ for a total of $231,793 with an average sale price of $770. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 9% in the number of sales but the total dollar amount decreased by 3%. We also recorded an additional 976 sales below $100 for a total of $22,992. […]

162 Domain Discoveries for October 12th

Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 162 domains for sale with history. […]