Domain Shane: Some solid names on the list today. Not bad for a Monday. This is always the hardest day for people in the regular work force because they have been off work for 3 days because of the holiday. For full time domain investors it doesn’t matter because you have to work a little every day and the office is usually in the home. It’s also the reason why the stock market and domain investing is a little slow in the summer. I realize that the US is just a small part of the whole world but when its summer and there is a lot of vacationing and travel, thing here certainly slow down. That time has started, we’ll see how it effects domain investing. It has shown up in the private listing at Namejet, Flippa, and Sedo because there are clearly not as many domains being put up. But I think its merely a slow time not a reflection on anything in the market. Here are today’s names PHKD.com PDTK.com sold for $905 and this is a very similar domain JustASec.com 19 years old. One bidder at $12. When people tell you just a sec they usually mean 5 minutes SecretCloset.com 18 years old. I guess the closet isn’t a secret any more ThatsPerfect.com Great marketing name. More bidders than I like want the name so it may not be cheap GoldRose.com I mentioned it a few days ago. Love the color noun and I love flowers so you can see why me likey CGKS.com I think this would be a steal under $100 which it is below right now but won’t very long now MyrtleBeachProperty.com 48 visits each month to this excellent real estate name. 16 years old BetterThanCable.com I would think that Dish or Directv would want this one. No bidders 97005.com There’s a hat trick of great 5N.coms today, in almost sequential order. Buy all three 97007.com Number 2 97008.com Number 3. All 13 years old Seinfeld.org Great fan site name. Yet no bidders YoureAJerk.com No bidders. Worth buying just for a few emails WorkComp.org Perfect name for dot org. And if you have employees in the US you understand the value of this one JECT.com Pronounceable and if anyone did sub domain hacks could be Pro.ject 0540.net Most bids on the board TheLawnPros.com Upgrade name for quite a few companies of the same name Viral.cc The dream of every content writer. You know I see value in .cc VERIFIED GODADDY COUPON CODE: $1.99 New Registration Godaddy STATE 120 LLLL.coms. Not getting any love. Not even getting bids of $100 each ZT.com Love the comments on this one. I wasn’t sure if it was a good domain but the comments let me know i79.com The kind of CCC.com i like MAWY.com No reserve. At $160 MADZ.com I always felt that short one word dot coms that end in Z have done well in the past and the writeup backs that up with data. Very memorable GTLD.org A great name if you want to discuss the new gTLDs. I know the reserve and its very very reasonable SEDO’s Live Auctions Going on Now IAS.com 22 years old and will probably get a few thousand for every year HouseFinders.com I said I love this one on Sherpa. Still do PontoonBoat.com Doesn’t have very many bids considering how popular they are. 88933.com My favorite 5L.com on the board PN.uk .uk hasn’t gotten a lot of bids but if you’re going to buy one, a two letter is a good place to start 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 corrects
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Domain Shane: Welcome to the Auction Recap. This is the recap for the 4th and 5th. My comments are in Bold. GoDaddy 7/4 BigWorm.com Love the brand. Fun and memorable. 18 years old. “Those who stay out late get the Big Worm, BigWorm.com” Free slogan BigWorm.com: $895. Good thing this wasn’t blue worm or Shane would have bought it. Might have anyway. Good Brand BFEN.com I actually thought this one would be much higher. 15 years old BFEN.com: $1,455. There has to be something out there the B Fen could stand for. MPRP.com Ahhh, the repeating Ps. Like when I drink a lot of coffee. Actually that’s repeating pees MPRP.com: $455. Mal Practice Representation Practice. Yeah, that’s pretty weak. NewBar.com No bidders. $12 for two short known words. I’ll take it every day. NewBar.com: $777. Place to drink, protein bar, organic bar, juice bar, coffee bar, bar of steel to hit people with and brandable. Lots of things. YCSZ.com Why yes, it IS over $1500 YCSZ.com: $1,525. There is a great place I like to eat called Yc’s this could be pronounced the same way. BCGW.com No vowels or V so it will cross $500 guaranteed. But I offer no guarantees so disregard. BCGW.com: $358. Suprising. This kind of thing makes me realize that I still have so much to learn. 0b.net I personally don’t like the confusion of zero and 0 but its a two character dot net so it will go for a lot regardless 0b.net: I am in that boat too. Confusion makes a bad domain imo. But who knows I have been wrong before just ask my wife. PurpleAvocado.com I do like color nouns. Easy to remember and brand. No bidders. $12 PurpleAvocado.com: $294. He does like these. I like it too. Clucked.com Has 12 bidders. Place yours. Don’t be a chicken Clucked.com: $155. I see what you did there. MMC.cc Been a week since I had a .cc over $150 MMC.cc: $305. This one sounds good, lots of repeating. GIZD.com I see where the future of this name is but I’m not going to talk about it. It’s family day GIZD.com: $255. Arguably pronounceable. GoDaddy 7/5 MBFW.com 17 years old. My Best Friend’s Welding MBFW.com: $699. I have an old truck I need to work on. Send him to Arizona to teach me welding. ARMQ.com I’ve always wanted a Q. Now that they have them small enough to wear on my arm I’m probably going to buy one ARMQ.com: $305. Arm Quebec? Is this the message we want to send? I think not. DeckBox.com Sounds techy. One i away from something completely different though DeckBox.com: $1,650. Or a box you keep a Deck of cards in. But from the price I am thinking Techy. ACRR.com Great English letters. Value under $500 ACRR.com: $625. AC Regular Repair. GoHillary.com Surprised there are no bidders for this Hillary Clinton campaign name GoHillary.com: $233. I am indifferent to these types of domains. They just don’t do it for me. CuteShirts.com Girls love cute things. Domain investors, not so much. Only one bidder CuteShirts.com: $190. Don’t pigeon hole us Cultra. If that shirt has an adorable bunny or turtle or basically any cute animal I just may buy the hell out of it. Oh you mean cute domains.. Yeah your right. BeHuge.com No bidders. Americans are doing a great job at this already. I was thinking huge in accomplishments BeHuge.com: $290. I was thinking like muscles and if that is the case it’s too late I am already HUGE. Zhuajian.com Chinese, just buy it Zhuajian.com: $1,225. Someone did. PMQL.com Q for Quality. Should hit $500. But I’m new PMQL.com: $609. Post Medicine Quality Learning. VPHD.com This one might be my favorite. Virtual PHD. Since you’re getting your degree online you might as well go all the way. I’ll be a neurosurgeon at the end of the month. VPHD.com: $272. Shane. A PHD does not give you the ability to practice medicine. Freaking out in Arizona right now. OldDuck.com If it sounds like an alcohol brand. Buy it OldDuck.com: $133. Emilio Estevez? Flippa from 7/4- SEMForum.com Don’t mind the mug on the listing, this is one of the better SEM names if you’re trying to build a community. Solid writeup if you want to know more. No reserve and at $1 SEMForum.com: Bidding at $305 with 12 days left at time of post. Solid age and great forum name. NorthAmerica.org Why worry about city geos when you can have the whole continent NorthAmerica.org: 32 bids for $372. 16 years old and not a bad .org. SportBars.com Doing very well despite the singular of Sport SportBars.com: Auction ended unsold then relisted. ManSlaughter.com Like this one. Great website name for a crude mens site. I’m thinking half naked girls. Sorry. Forgot. Family day ManSlaughter.com: 9 bids for $2,000 Auction ended unsold. Solid domain for an attorney specializing in these types of cases. UKFN.com Not one single bid. I feel comfortable saying this is worth more than $0 UKFN.com: Auctions ended unsold then relisted. “It is pronounceable if you read it carefully.” Come on… JNAJ.com Ditto JNAJ.com: I at least like the J at the beginning and end. I have not known LLLL domains to do too well on flippa unless they are really solid. I would maybe list these on GD and see what kind of bids you get. But I guess that all depends on what the reserve is. Flippa from 7/5- Sucker.com I like the gum centers more than the Tootsie roll Sucker.com: 1 bid for $7,500 Reserve not met and Auction still has 3 hours left at time of post. I like this one as a brand. NameJet- 4th and 5th T6T.com Short and memorable. Will hit a few K IMO T6T.com: 114 bids from 79 bidders for $1,801. Sounds like T60 if you say it fast enough. So it fails the radio test but still short and a solid brand. Illness.com I thought this would have more bidders. Everyone has...
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Domain Noob: I’m still here. Still have a few hundred what I feel are awesome names for sale. Others I’m getting closer to being able to develop myself. I sell a handful a year. Some of the names on this blog have sold. I keep hoping one will turn into a Unicorn. But a few things have […]