Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

I know that I am not the most organized person. I have a lot of different plates and they’re all full. I proved just how unorganized I am. I was trying to find a price for the domain to tell the story of the sale on Domain Sherpa which we were recording yesterday. As I found it I thought to myself “I wish I wouldn’t have sold so cheap”. When the NNL and LNN dot coms started heating up I cashed out on most of them. I bought many of them cheap but L22 wasn’t one of them. I paid a pretty good price but I needed some cash for a domain purchase earlier in the spring so I liquidated a few names. I still got inquiries all the time but I get them for lots of domains I have already sold.

When I searched for the price of L22 in emails I couldn’t find it. It wasn’t in my Godaddy account. Every time I was going to search more I got sidetracked and moved on to something else. Today I was determined to find out the price. I looked and looked and then I remembered on thing. It’s not at Godaddy. It was at Uniregistry. And it still is. I never ended up selling it. Its been there all along gaining value. And I think I may be able to get 10K for it. I’m going to put it up for auction and see what happens. It’s not necessarily found money because I paid for it, but it’s money I didn’t think I had. Made for a good morning.

Domain of the Day: Guns N’ Roses tore this song up. Don’t confuse it with the Midnight Train going anywhere

Quote of the Day: The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.” —Henry David Thoreau

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Reach the industry of hosting companies. Big CPC for the term. No bidders at $1 Reserve met under $100. 17 years old. Gets you into a product that every single man in the world owns One of the few .global names I like but the reserves at this auction are too damn high. Sedo has a lot of great auctions but this isn’t turning out to be one of them 15 years old. No bidders Love the flow of this one. Also a language spoken in Chad Stealing cars or Bang Bros . No bids .15 years old I sold this name and ironically it shows up for auction on Sedo. For some reason they want more than what they bought it from me for Everyone knows AOC, now add the Z. Reserve met at $90 Sounds like a seafood restaurant 1998 birthday. Jimmy Johns may want to add this as a marketing name The obvious would be a neighborhood or golf course but could be used for any institution No bidders. Plenty of fun in Colorado Absolutely can see this store sitting in the mall 5L with only 4 bidders Boxing is no longer popular so more likely a phone related name now 23 year old name that would serve best in the elderly care industry what people want but unfortunately takes years to get Sounds like a fearless Native American Chief. Or just a great brand Gives the new owner some credibility

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Click names for latest prices and to pay for our efforts Flint Michigan deserves this name I know, I know. I should buy this one. I have plenty of names like this for my going to build it out, never really going to build it out ideas. Positive name. Achieving is almost as simple as just trying and putting in some effort A crazy price for the backlinks and history. Although 1.3 million backlinks creates a lot of traffic. The brand sites should all take this Great marketing or advertising company name Minecraft name all the way. People love modding minecraft Was a Crunchbase listed startup. No longer around but the name is available Sounds like a name a company called Smooth would have to get if it didn’t have the dot com Sounds like a modern day tech company. Have to throw a buzzword in front to stand out The price is less than the similar name that ended with only 3 threes a few days ago. Could cater to preppers or just something you keep in the back of your car I feel like chat names always sell so I looked on NameBio to see. They do. Usually under $500 but then once or twice a month for several thousand A stock symbol or just a short 5L dot com There is a reason why Free Credit Reports makes hundreds of millions of dollars. People are always chasing good credit Keyword is strong enough its getting good action on the dot net Not sure what its reading but you can do it on the web I think this closes above 3K based on past auctions. Under $1000 when I’m writing this Nice to see Autism is becoming more commonly accepted and researched The marketing response to “Just Do It” Just hope its the name of a new Electric truck Most likely going to be a travel site “My” continues to be part of branding to this day. My Pillow certainly helped things Not as good of a name as Dropbox but same idea Coming to a HGTV channel near you can be a slogan but IMO, good enough to build a brand around. Vet to supplies

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names 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 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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PIR Rebrands With The New .ORG

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It’s been a year in the making, and now Public Interest Registry has rebranded as The New .ORG, giving it a fresh new look “with a new, bold visual identity.”

Instead of being publicly known as Public Interest Registry or using the domain name, the public face is now a bold .ORG as well as new visual identities for PIR, .ong and .ngo. The rebranding also goes across all of PIR’s social media channels, marketing campaigns, across our registrar network, and everywhere that .ORG lives.

The move makes a lot of sense as apart from .com, most legacy gTLDs, and many ccTLDs, have struggled for growth in the post-new gTLD world. For .org, registrations have dropped from 10.4 million in mid-2017 to 10.0 million in mid-2019 according to Verisign’s Domain Name Industry Brief. For .net, the only legacy gTLD apart from .com with more registrations, the decline has been even greater, dropping from 15.1 million to 13.6 million in the same period.

The new logo—with “ORG” encircled in a vibrant royal blue sphere—reflects the brand’s impact worldwide according to the announcement. The open “ORG” lettering on either side of the sphere signals that .ORG is an open domain for anyone; it serves as a powerful and inclusive global connector. The logo uses a deep royal blue, evoking feelings of trust, security, and reliability that reflect .ORG’s long-standing reputation. The design also allows the colour to be exchanged for photography and video, so .ORG can tell visual stories through the lens of the logo.

The logo for PIR and the .NGO/.ONG extensions—exclusive domains serving non-governmental organisations—also underwent a visual refresh. The new visual identities of PIR and .NGO/.ONG mirror that of .ORG, but with different colour designations: turquoise and green respectively.

PIR explain they selected the primary colours very purposefully:

  • .ORG royal blue evokes feelings of trust, security, and reliability that reflect .ORG’s long-standing reputation.
  • PIR turquoise represents the strength and integrity of PIR as a trusted registry.
  • .NGO/.ONG green underscores the focus within the NGO community on forward progress, sustainability and social responsibility.

But the logo doesn’t stop there. PIR explains the design also allows the colour to be exchanged for photography and video, so .ORG can tell visual stories through the lens of the logo. As such, they also developed a photography suite that is varied, worldly, and reflective of the diverse passions of the .ORG community.

According to the announcement, the new brand launch is just the beginning of a bright and transformative journey ahead. PIR want to let people know that .ORG is the trusted open domain of choice to power their ideas and connect with others. Through 2019 and well into 2020, the .ORG brand along with stories about the exceptional people and organisations in the .ORG community will be shared with the world. PIR hopes that others will be inspired to start their own .ORG stories to make the world a better place. Heads Brace Of Six-Figure Domain Sales

Domain Name Journal logo topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 18 August, selling for $300,000 through Uniregistry, to easily best the second six-figure sale of the week,, which sold for $100,000 through Dubai Domains/Afternic while wasn’t far off in a $94,888 sale through DomainMarket.

On the top-level domain side of things there were 15 .com sales in the top 20 along with one each for .dev, .ca, .co, .nl and .net. On the aftermarket outlets, Uniregistry had a hand in 8 sales, Sedo 6 and DomainMarket 3.

To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 18 August in more detail, go to:

Five Figure Domain Sales right after relocating to Malaysia!

Today: How To Check If a Domain was used for a Scam/Spam in the Past / Sold for $231,223 / Your Top 5 Domain Acquisitions (No Handregs) / and More…

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

Buying a 1-word .COM – $50k budget – Do you have any single-word .com domain names in your portfolio that you would liquidate for some reinvestment capital? If so, and it meets this buyers guidelines, you could be in luck.

Buying Weather/Forecast related domains – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these weather or forecast domain names. If you need some fast cash for this weekend, this might be an opportunity. sold for $38,537 – Another five-figure .tv ccTLD sales report to rick the charts. These .tv’s just keep flying off the shelf. Should it have sold for more?

How To Check If a Domain was used for a Scam/Spam in the Past – How do you check the authority and credibility of a domain names past history? Take a peak at what some domain investors do to check the history of a domain name and compare notes.

Your Top 5 Domain Acquisitions (No Handregs) – What are your top five domain name acquisitions that are not hand registrations? Check out what some domain investors top domain acquisitions are. Sold for $231,223 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain for six-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Five Figure Domain Sales right after relocating to Malaysia! – Have you ever had a streak of unexpected domain name sales hit back to back when you least expected it? Take a look at this domain investors story!

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It’s time for GoDaddy to start releasing sales data again

GoDaddy Sales Data

It’s time for GoDaddy to start releasing weekly sales data again. We have Sedo, with their NameJet/Snapnames monthly report and now Uniregistry is releasing weekly top 20 sales.

So it would be nice for GoDaddy/Afternic to start releasing a sales report, they stopped when they were going public and yes there are some rules on releasing data around an earnings report. Known as a quiet period. GoDaddy should have no problem navigating around this and be in compliance while releasing sales data.

It’s time


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A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on September 16, 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 Met reserve under $100. That’s a 10 pack of blades from Gillete

At $94 with a day left No bidders at $1. Hosting CPC is one of the higher keywords. 20 years old

No bids with 8 days left Food domain with no bidders. Gets some visitors

No bids with 4 hours left another way of saying paid out. No bidders

No bids with d hours left No bidders at $79

No bids with 5 days left

GoDaddy Names at Auction

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Namejet Names at Auction

The 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. $5,555 $4,033 $1,767 $1,555 $999 $990 $922 $910 $857 $799

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Uniregistry weekly sales led by


Uniregistry released their top 20 sales for the week and led the way at $57,500. was second at $34,000 and was third at $21,750. BlueSuit is not what you would think, bought by an AI startup,

BlueSuit handles the cumbersome task of pulling important information out of your contracts with machine learning & artificial intelligence.

I did like the movie Blackball, the .com sold for $10,000.

1. $57,500
2. $34,000
3. $21,750
4. $20,000
5. $16,675
6. $15,000
7. $11,000
8. $10,000
9. $10,000
10. $10,000
11. $9,500
12. $9,000
13. $7,000
14. $6,000
15. $5,000
16. $5,000
17. $5,000
18. $5,000
19. $5,000
20. $5,000

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Some registrar deals you might be interested in

Domain Registration Deals

Some registrar deals you might not have seen and maybe you don’t care, but for those who do:

$0.99 .club .space
$1.99 .email .life .live .software .today .us
$2.99 .agency .biz .co .guru .media .moda .news .plus .style
$3.99 .tech .center .codes .digital .energy
$4.99 .bargains
$8.99 .nyc

Sales Page –


Until the end of the year, you can register your new .CC domains for $3.99 (regular price $9.99).

Here are the full details and conditions:

  • This promotion only includes registration of new domains and will run until Dec 31, 2019
  • There are no limits on the number of registrations
  • No coupon is required
  • If you are in the Discount Program, you can save even more
  • Bulk discounts of 50+ and 100+ registrations in one order save even more
  • WHOIS privacy, e-mail forwarding, domain parking, domain defender + more are entirely free

Register your .CC domains here:


Epik has been letting Namepros members decide how low prices will go until the end of September.

Currently the likes have passed the 300 mark and now the price is $5.49 to register .coms until the end of September.

This was not a paid post, none of the above three companies are advertisers, but I do have accounts with all 3 and have names with them.

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Ten of the Best Domain Name Hacks in Active Use

A domain hack uses content from both sides of the dot to form a word or phrase – for example: While domain investors have created many imaginative domain name hacks, the number in actual use is much smaller. In this post, I look at a selection of short single-word domain hacks currently in business use, either as a main site or for redirection. I also offer tips for finding domain hack sales history and pose the question about whether we should change the name for this...

Ten of the Best Domain Name Hacks in Active Use