AUCTION RECAP, the 13th of April 2016

Apr 13 2016

The Daily recap of Shane’s Auction Picks, the 13th of April 2016

Auction Quick Recap

More Godaddy trouble today. I wasn’t working online, but Travis emailed me and said he couldn’t register anything. This is a problem I’ve had in the past and one that I have advised Godaddy about several times. Usually the name will appear as available, when you attempt to add them to your cart the system tells you it’s unavailable. Eventually after a couple tries the name will go into your cart and allow you to check out. Today it seems like the problem was worse and the system would not allow any names to be registered.

I was just reading a post on Namepros, the discussion was primarily focused around Godaddy and Uniregistry and how easy Uniregistry is to use. I agree, and like I’ve said in the past I’ve stayed primarily with Godaddy because of Premium Listing’s and having an account rep that I can email or call that will take care of any issues I have. But eventually enough will be enough, I want to believe they’re working on things but I’m really having trouble understanding why they’re buying portfolios and not fixing these issues.

Maybe I don’t understand how it works, maybe Godaddy could care less if they lose business to Uniregistry, maybe the concerns of domainers are a minor inconvenience to their larger business goals. If I did care about these things and I ran the largest registrar in the world, I wouldn’t sleep or let anyone else sleep until it was fixed. Alas I don’t make those decisions and people that are a lot smarter than me do.

Yesterday’s Average 4L Chip Sales as listed on LLLLsales.com $1,572.91

RG2.com   20 years old.  Can’t go wrong with a LLN.com.   Father of RG3

2,968 USD I always try and sound them out to see if there’s some hidden pronunciation, like when you’re driving down the road and you see a vanity license plate with a letter number mix, like YBL8 or Lky7 or P4me

Siria.co   The Spanish spelling of Syria.  673,000 Google Search volume.  Siria is of interest to all countries in the world

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LandscapeGallery.com  18 years old.  People love to look at landscape pictures.  Especially if you’re old

? Sounds like a coffee table book

CreditSolution.com   I would like the plural better but lots of money in helping people that can’t handle their money. Under $100 at press time

? You could swing the singular pretty easily, “CreditSolution.com, The only real solution to your credit problems.”

MWPC.net  17 year old LLLL.net

138 USD

TheNeighbor.com   17 years old.  Surprised there are hardly any bidders.

506 USD Sounds like a horror movie.

Caution.net   I use through this to the wind

1,525 USD I like this with the net, it makes me think safety net, caution net, I think it works.

AsianGolfMonthly.com   PR4 , 1000 backlinks.  Asian really do love their golf

dsadasiangolfcourse105 USD Is Asian Golf Different than western golf? Ends on hole 20, holes 4 and 14 are missing.

Zaine.com  Getting a heck of a price.  A popular first name but the most popular Zaine right now spells it Zayn

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LiveInTheFlow.com  One of the guys in our running group preaches this.  He says staying in the flow was the key to happiness.

? The flow of running? Or is he talking about the force or some other type power source or energy?

PokerSuite.com   5 figure name back during the poker craze.  Now you can take away two digits

795 USD Damn you Department of Justice for ruining all of our poker careers.

Vulv.com   Worst company name ever.  You have to drop your chin just to say it.  Price is purely as a LLLL.com

500 USD Noun (obsolete) plural form of vulva, Means lots and lots of vulva.

PocketTorch.com  Sounds like a pyros dream. Or a powerful, small flashlight.  One bidder

130 USD Expired and sold a few years ago this date, adjusted for leap year, sold for $20 more.

SteamVac.com    I use one all the time.  My daughter hasn’t quite discovered what a napkin is.  One bidder

561 USD This seems like a decent name, I’d take this over “TheNeighbors.com” any day.

JWMR.com    CHiPs prices are all over the place right now.  I do like this one.  Not a fan of J unless its in the first slot like it is here

1252 USD  Just Wait Mr.

ThesePricesAreNuts.com   I heard it a lot over the last 4 months.

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895588.com    Getting lots of action and deservedly so.  Great pattern.  Deservedly if you think patterns have more value

2,075 USD Seems it doesn’t matter if you think so or not, they do.

333621.com   Another nice pattern here.   Great patterns seem to be holding price and doing well

2,370 USD I would have pegged the first one getting more even with the trip 3’s.

76076.com  I have been buying these.  Palindromes with a zero.  I think the are undervalued.  And again, undervalued meaning that I think they make good website names because they are visually appealing and easy to remember. The same reason I liked numerics 6 years ago

? Not really a palindrome but a nice repeating number.

JPJ.info   If you like LLL.info then you probably will like this one

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1875.org, 120 USD

2337.org   162 USD

Been a while since we’ve seen some LLLL.org.   They’re cheap comparatively.  Much cheaper than most tlds

RadicalBehavior.com   Surprised this isn’t getting more action.  Lots of backlinks and a PR4

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JPXX.cc    I think the Chinese continue to love and support dot cc

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Icky.com   23 years old.  Cute name.  already at 5 figures so the price

No Winner over $10K

SongHouse.com  No bids at $1.  $15

No Winner

MRM.co  If dot co is your flavor then you have to love this one

No Winner at $500

SalmonJerky.com  I think I would rather eat jerky made of my old running shoes than eat this

No Winner, MMM Delicious Salmon Jerky, I like the teriyaki

  Recap Quick Overview

rg2.com2,968 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
mwpc.net138 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
theneighbor.com506 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
caution.net1,525 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
asiangolfmonthly.com105 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
pokersuite.com795 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
vulv.com500 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
pockettorch.com130 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
steamvac.com561 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
jwmr.com1252 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
895588.com2,075 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
333621.com2,370 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
1875.org120 USD04/12/16GoDaddy
2337.org162 USD04/12/16GoDaddy

Yesterday’s Reported 4L Chip sales.

tjys.com $2,500.00 4/12/2016 Sedo
nttm.com $1,455.00 4/12/2016 GoDaddy
chtl.com $1,525.00 4/12/2016 GoDaddy
tgjh.com $1,280.00 4/12/2016 GoDaddy
hnlm.com $1,425.00 4/12/2016 GoDaddy
hwcp.com $1,354.00 4/12/2016 GoDaddy
pwpr.com $1,400.00 4/12/2016 NameJet
mlmk.com $1,550.00 4/12/2016 NameJet
gnnb.com $2,100.00 4/12/2016 NameJet
jwmr.com $1,252.00 4/12/2016 GoDaddy
bkbr.com $1,461.00 4/12/2016 DropCatch
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3 comments

  1. Me

    Half the time, my reps don’t even answer my emails.

    Something not good is definitely going on at Go Daddy lately.

    My reps used to be on it, not so much anymore

    1. Joe Styler

      Sorry to hear that. If you reach out to me I will make sure that you are taken care of. We do our best to provide the best service in the industry so I will be happy to help make sure you are taken care of. Jstyler at godaddy dot com

  2. Joe Styler

    We did have an issue yesterday where the domain registration path was impacted briefly. It probably doesn’t look like it to a casual observer but we are always releasing new changes to the site to improve performance and user experience as well as releasing new products which are a lot more attention getting, we do a lot of releases each day to help improve the site. We test extensively and sometimes even with those tests something goes wrong but it is pretty rare. The vast majority of releases are seamless and result in a better experience for the customers at the end of the day.
    Any time customers are impacted it is a big deal for us and we work on getting it fixed as soon as we can. I apologize for the issue yesterday.

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