DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Monday, July 13th, 2015

Jul 13 2015

Escrow.com

I’m on the road again today to go to another conference.  It’s not a domain conference but the concept is the same. I go to learn, I go to find products I can sell to make money, and I go to make connections.  I call it going to find fresh content.  Seeing new people and new ideas is the only way you move forward. It’s a little tougher in Domain investing as it is such a small group of people there are very few new faces or ideas. But it only takes one idea or one person to be that catalyst that helps you get where you weren’t getting.   Many people don’t get that so they stay at home in their bubble thinking their plan is good.  And it may be but I’ve found no matter how good I think I am at something, there is always someone better and some times that person may be willing to help you get there as well.  Just a few thoughts from an old man.  I thought you’d like them better than an auto generated daily list. Here are today’s names.

 MyPharmacist.com   As the world ages, drugs and healthcare will continue to flourish

LocalNY.com  18 years old and one bidder at $12

StemLab.com  Great name.  Stem cells are the now and the future.  I’m a bidder

XJVJ.com  Somehow this one got overlooked.  Under $75 and usually 4 times that

Spii.com   Beautiful looking name.  I know its weird but I judge LLLL.coms by how they look. This one is pretty

JHBK.com  Just Had Burger King.  Will hit $1K

NLR.net  Great dot net.  5% would put it at $2K (using the proprietary Domain Shane LLL.com valuation system, API not yet available)

NYTR.com  New York Tire Rotation.  Pretty sure that won’t be its final use.  Great letters, anywhere in the world

31H.com  The kind of CCC.com I like.  I prefer round numbers but this is still a good one

SY4.com  Another one but not as good.  But still very liquid

MYXY.com  XY owners everywhere should want to own this one

TheKnicks.com  The bidder on this one is stupid. Nobody should touch this one.  Only one use

98119.com   A score of 85 using the proprietary Domain Shane 5N.com valuation point system that I just made up

91858.com   This one gets an 87 because of the 8 at the end.  Will cross $1K……I think

98233.com  Like the double three.  Over under $865

Genitals.org  I don’t think you have the balls to buy this one

362111.com  And all these numerics and this 6N.com has the most bids and the highest price

JS3030.com   Crossing the $25 mark and climbing

VERIFIED GODADDY COUPON CODE: $1.99 New Registration Godaddy STATE

3248.com  Hard to believe this is under $10K.

Gun.info  At $11.  People are certainly looking for info on guns.  Like where to buy them and where to buy their bullets.  But remember guns don’t kill people, the bullets from them do

YW.io  Mike of Park.io loves and collects these.  He has lots of good info on his Domain Sherpa interview.

XEET.com   Another pretty name. Although I think X is the prettiest name.  Its also how I like my bodies.  X frame

SEDO’s Live Auctions Going on Now

LUS.com  It’s a 20 year old three letter dot com.  Nothing left to say

CommunityColleges.com   The good enough degree

DULO.com  CVCV.com are IMO good investments.  I have to admit I’ve had trouble selling them but I’ve always paid top dollar for them

DoNotEat.com  No bidders.  Worth a few hundred at least just for a site name

OOOS.com  Surprised this hardly has any bidders

DirectLoan.com   Ironically, might need a loan in order to afford this one

Z8.org  I don’t know much about CC.orgs.  But I’ll know a little more after the end of the auction

RentThisRoom.com  Only two bidders

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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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