DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Monday, January 26th, 2015

Jan 26 2015

Escrow.com

We released our first ever newsletter last night.  At this point it’s an early preview of this daily list.  I’m also putting in a bunch of links of news that relates to business.  Some are domain related. Others are just things I found interesting or entertaining.  Aaron and I will grow the newsletter as we go. I think it will be worth your time, especially if you are getting an email feed already.  It will be earlier, better laid out, and have a bit more info.  Make sure to sign up in the right hand corner of this site.   And make sure to watch this week’s Domain Sherpa Show.  Michael was nice enough to add me to the regular panel so unfortunately you’re going to get to see my ugly mug more often.  Here are today’s names.

 XBoys.com  Doesn’t really mean much to me but plenty of things called the Xboys and there are some bidders. Also 18 years old

CookieRecipes.com  This is a $10K plus name and guess the reserve has been set pretty high.  Worth watching though

 ExitDeal.com  What all startups are looking for. They may say that’s not true but deep down we all know it. ExitDeals.com is also up

XOW.com  Nice LLL.com up for sale at 4.cn

LogoDraw.com  For $12 a solid logo name.  No bidders

S1F.com  Haven’t seen many LNL.coms come up over the last few weeks.   They sell very well. Worth owning a few

EU5.com  Getting a few bids at $300.  Worth more IMO

AerialScience.com  Go all tech on the drone crazy

4444.org  First time I’ve seen a 4N.org over $1000 at auction.  Ends early in the morning

MWYS.com  Getting the highest price of all the LLLL.coms on GD today

HHVW.com  Under $50 would be a good buy

GYOD.com  A southern God

Toucha.com  Great brand for touch tech.  At $66

IAmTiredOfYourCrap.com  At $1 and would be a fun one to own

A GODADDY COUPON CODE: A 99 Cent Dot Com Registration gt99br31

98465.com  Slim pickins on Namejet today.  I know at least this one is liquid

Treasuries.com  Most people don’t know what treasuries are but the ones that do have a lot of money

TOAS.com   Good acronym.  Terrible spelling of Toes

YJU.com  You get one last chance at this one

MRBP.com  The thousandth LLLL.com to come up for auction in the last two months.  Or at least it feels like it

XOOB.com  I think names like this make great brands. Cooky and cool

AnxietyCure.com I’m just so worried they won’t actually find one.  What if they don’t.  It’s driving me crazy

39011.com  Over under $400 IMO

SendAPrayer.com  I could see an easy build out on this one.  Every middle aged woman on Facebook would link it

HelicopterSchool.com  In a public auction.  Looks like everyone else liked it too

For more great names make sure to check out CAX.com

 

 

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*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

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2 comments

  1. CN

    Thanks for your great domain tips, Shane. Really enjoy your posts. I have a question that kind of relates to your post, regarding cookierecipes.com. For this auction, I placed a bid that was higher than than anyone else’s bid. As such, the way the auction mechanics work, the final bid price never got to the bid amount that I entered. It just stayed right above any other bidder’s amount. Normally this is fine, but in the case where the reserve wasn’t met, it was a bit disappointing, since the bid that I entered may have been above the reserve and apparently there was no one else willing (crazy enough?) to go that high. I would think in cases where the reserve hasn’t been met, the current bid should simply be the highest bid. Anyway, sorry for rambling. Any insight would be appreciated and may help others as well. Thanks!

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