Domain Shane’s Big List of Domain at Auction for Wednesday the 30th

Dec 30 2015
If you don’t get the newsletter from Giuseppe at you should.  He always has a great newsletter and plenty of good information.  You could also learn a lot form him about good marketing.  His newsletters are written very personal and it feels like it was written just for you.  He also does a great job of name dropping. And I mean that in a nice way.  He always credits those who give him information that led him to his thoughts and ideas.  He doesn’t pretend that he is doing it on his own. That is the sign of a good person and an intelligent one.  He also gets things wrong and when he does he admits it. Again, something most people struggle with.  If you get the chance to meet him at NamesCon take it.  Either way sign up for the newsletter.  Here are today’s domains. Click for current prices.   18 years old.   I was thinking of buying this for Aaron for Christmas since I didn’t get him anything  Its getting quite a few bids.  Not my kind of name.  Tough verbally, although works fine in print.  17 years old  Nice pronounceable 16 years old.  11 million Google results My first thought was a country way to say “Decifer” but its actually a first and last name. A few bidders  Very nice letters for enduser sales.  People say its hard to put a price on these but I disagree.  The final auction price is pretty much the price.  An enduser price is just made up.   One capital letters takes it from psychotherapy forum to a forum for Jared  Not a ton of value but a nice short brand name for under $25 12 years old.  One of the first Organic names I’ve seen with no bids  Go zero zero.  No reserve with one bid at $20   986 backlinks and a PR3.  Two bidders, under $30  Only one bidder.  I think we have quite a few of these in the near future.  Yeah I know, a bit long but everything can’t be short   No bidders.  These don’t have much value but worth a look at $12.  Fairly low risk to reward. Although right now China could care less about St. Louis. Most bids on the Godaddy board today. Not the highest price but a lot of bids for this   Not getting a lot of bids early because of the zero but they always come around at the end  Has a few thousand more dollars to run based on the average price yesterday of non 4, zero 5N.coms  5 years old.  Under $500 at press time and   A few more with 4s.   That’s pretty much what you get with 5N.coms.  All the rest are being held pretty tight to the chest  The brings them in and the double Ks take it it home.   While I think these are going up in value in 2016, I am buying Chinese premiums that also have popular English letters.  Others are doing the same and its the reason those types are going for a higher price than an “ordinary”    Here’s a few for the players  These have been going relatively cheap without the 8 at the end.  The 8 brings them up closer to $100 but we’ll see if that stays true today.  Every day is different   Is up to $200 which is better than I thought it would do   If you can’t pick out which one of these LLLL.nets will end up the highest you need to go back to “Picking out Chinese Patterns and Letters 101”  Every product in the world has it.  I also see a moving boxes play as well.  Under $50 at press time  I know its got 8 numbers but six of them are 8 so what the hell, lets buy it

Special Domain Shane ONLY Coupon…….. CODE IS DDCDS2015 – Good 30% off Discount Domain Club to get the lowest renewal prices Godaddy offers (DDC)  Not quite at reserve but getting close.  Actually I’m making that up. I have no idea what the reserve is  No reserve. At $50 16 years old. have started to do very well but you can still get ahead of the market as they are dragging behind.  This is one of the better CVCV.  Don’t let vowels scare you. Gets 463 visits a month.  Virtual reality is going to be (is already)  awesome.   Already tried it with Google cardboard.  Officially a CHiP but letters only a Chinese person can love  I’m not going to lie, I’ve never heard of dot cx.  Funny thing is the name is getting bids and the seller’s reserve hasn’t been met.   I think you’ll do well buying an 88 with any consonants.
FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM  19 years old.  Great brand but I like cats so don’t take my word for it  Another one of those two short word brands that are doing very very well in this market.  No bidders on this very relevant name.  I said this a few times yesterday running a track workout with my daughter  Already at $2200 and the bidders first and twotwo will run it higher  This one is even higher at $3400.  And guess who are the top two bidders.  Yup  Another one over $3000.   LLLL.coms really are doing well at Namejet   This one is half the price.  These Z,Q,X,K names are lagging lately.  Except for patterns  If you do this then it works and is a great name. Otherwise its a bit generic  Lots of meanings.  Lets see what they use it for  Only a few bidders so this nice brand should be fairly cheap
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. (if you have trouble with the contact form its shane@ this domain name) 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 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 investments

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  1. Bram

    I never liked therapist names. seems nice at first glance but if you make the first “r” a capital R it’s suddenly a whole different kind of forum.

  2. Steve

    Giuseppe is a great addition to the domain space. I owe him a big thank you for the heads up on feenix tip.
    Intentional typo so people stop going there and bidding on the short names. .!!!
    2016 is going to be very interesting!!!

  3. Ken O'Brien

    I completely agree with you about Giuseppe. I would not be where I am today without his help in the very beginning. Have a happy and healthy New Years.

    1. Post author


      Thanks and same to you. What I like about Giuseppe is he is first to say thank you and first to pivot when data is proving his thoughts to be wrong. It’s the sign of good person. Look forward to drinks with all three of us.

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