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Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on February 25, 2017.
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 auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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At $1,750 with under 2 days left
At $5,600 with 6 hours left
At $1,249 with 3 days left
At $400 with 3 days left
At 300 EUR with 18 hours left
At $500 with 4 days left
At $750 with 5 days left
I rarely have final prices for the Namejet names on the list, because they usually do not end the same day as they are posted to the list. For now, instead of posting the list with no prices, I’ll post the top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
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Braden sold the domain last year for $20,000, and the buyers have developed it exactly as he imagined: a security related platform. They describe themselves as follows,
“Wiretap is a cloud security platform that aims to adopt the latest advancements in cognitive computing, artificial intelligence and behavioral analytics to amplify enterprise value by monitoring the social graph (Office 365, Slack, FB workplace). We really believe that we can harness the power of our platform’s insights into human behavior and interactivity to create great value for the enterprise.”
The company smartly rebranded from Feedcop.com, which is now redirected to Wiretap.com.
I’ve embedded an intro video below:
Braden said he bought the name for $14,100, and while it’s not the jaw-dropping return that we’ve seen from him on some other sales (Statement.com as an example), we’re still talking about an excellent 40% return. He said one of the motivations to sell was that it was the only offer he had received since he bought the domain.
Thanks Braden for sharing, and enjoy Gambia!
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One of the hardest things to explain to new domain investors and even experienced investors that a build out of a domain is a business. And needs to be treated as such. Everyone has an idea of what each domain can become but 1/1000th of the people will make that actually happen. 5% may try and find out how difficult and time consuming it is. You are competing on the web against people that are treating it as a full time job and reinvesting all the money and probably someone else’s money as well. Many people take the easiest road possible i.e. an affiliate site for a product on amazon. They let the other business do the work and they try and get a piece. There certainly has been a lot of money made over the last decade with that exact business model but like anything, when the barriers to entry are minimal, so are the returns. I find myself not even mentioning websites because when I show them the first thing they say is “Can you show me how to do that? I have a little extra time and would love to earn some extra money” Not knowing that I put in 1000 hours into it before I made anything. And even then it didn’t make very much. Better to stick to buying and selling domains. Here are today’s names. Click the links for current price
Quote of the Day: ” I’m only rich because I know when I’m wrong…I basically have survived by recognizing my mistakes. –George Soros”
Domain of the Day: CustomMadePerfumes.com Billion dollar industry. Every female celebrity has one for a reason
Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
CodeRoom.com I can see this one going for four figures easily
SchoolYear.com Speaking of four figures. This one is already there
Vida.net Big name but it’s the dot net so it will be relatively cheap
EpicStuff.com Stuff pretty much covers everything
Enpat.com I don’t know if I like it but people love old business names with age (19 years)and this is one
ClarkGable.com Oh boy, Clark doesn’t have his name. Somebody should buy it for him and give it back to him
ERMN.com These type of LLLL.coms with the good letters including a vowel represent the best value right now. My opinion only. Make your own decisions. I have to write that for the weak minded, sorry
StockBuzz.com Anything buzz is getting good bids as of late
OneData.com Data names are going for more and more each year.
FMNN.com These aren’t going for cheap but since Chinese and Western buyers like this type its worth more. More wants more price
uDesign.com Because its all about you.
NotAboutYou.com Actually its not
Yumzy.com Brandable that is hot right now
DailyPerfect.com Deliver perfect every day.
Domains With One or No Bids
Funal.com Has a bid. Not a bad 5L for the right price
FirstClassLawn.com Upgrade name for quite a few companies
ChicagoFabrics.com 18 year old name. There’s a fashion and garment district in Chicago
Etherien.com I thought it sounded like a nice brand. Gets a few hundred visit a month. No bidders
Vesuna.com No bidders. Not any traffic
Meal.biz I think this is probably worth a $12 bid IMO
NameBuffet.com All you can eat domains. No bids
DirtyBucket.com 2,000 backlinks and pretty funny name. Sounds like a bar that Sponge Bob would go to
TerribleIdeas.com Plenty of content here
Kexos.com 5L with only one bidder
Other Names With Bids
VKMA.com Has the V at the left and A for association so worth more than the bottom value
TL4.com CCC.com that already has 44 bidders
SpeakerTrainer.com Public speaking trainer. Everyone should take public speaking classes
RollingMachines.com Used to be used for cigarettes, now canna cigarettes are the market. Just a few bidders
PLDR.com No reserve and no vowels or V
MommyTown.com No bidders. Stay at home Mom blog or site
JapaneseCars.xyz All the best quality affordable ones are. No bids
GermanCars.xyz And the good expensive models are German.
InsuranceQuote.info Big CPC. Info works with quotes
CloseTheBorders.com Trump already has his bid in
DomainTurtle.com Pretty sure it’s a shell company……..sorry
CollegeApartments.nets Huge market. I live on a college campus and get to witness firsthand the 40,000 students moving in and out
StrategicPartners.com Actually a pending delete. Everyone is looking for strategic partners that can help them go to the next level
Gender.com Great one word brand. Goes both ways
Cookingville.com I heard ville names are still OK
DropCatch Pending Deletes and Auctions
Riio.com Here name is Riio and she’s dancing on the sand
LuxuryShoes.com Name exudes luxury, but I guess that’s obvious
VMBM.com $89 would be a heck of a price for this one
RaceBetter.com Solid running and training name
MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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