DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Sunday, January 17th, 2015

Jan 18 2015

I went in to the Namejet auctions yesterday thinking I would “buck up” and bid 6 or $7K or yesterday.  I had even called some suppliers on Friday to see about cost and quantities needed to put in an order.  And then the thing went for $29,100.  I wasn’t even in the ballpark.  I instantly went from “I wish I owned this” to “I wish I would have sold this”.  Not saying the new owner isn’t going to do well with it. Just jealous of how quickly the owner was able to flip it.  Speaking of quick flip.  Everyone and their mother covered the Flippa auction of .  Congrats to Flippa for all the free publicity. They are getting worldwide coverage, not just here on the domain blogs.  Although it might be the first time in the history of our site that we actually started the publicity kick off.  Namescon is already paying off 🙂   Here are today’s names.  I’m starting to see a little bit of movement on dot nets in the last month.  This one is doing well 16 years old. Fashion names are doing very very well this past year.  All two word fashion names seem to sell   I’m trying to not see Doctor FM.  Better acronym than that cheesy name And you don’t have to sell desks to make money with this one  Have to admit I haven’t seen very many CC dot org come up.  The zero is worth less and is under $500 at press time  Dot nets on the other hand have done well and this is no different.  This is the kind of dot net you want to own  Somebody in this industry will want this name.  No bidders  Same goes for this one  No bidders.  Live measuring has to interest some company down the road  Top on the board today  Works perfectly with the dot info extension

A GODADDY COUPON CODE: A 99 Cent Dot Com Registration GOFDAU10  Great job site name. 19 years old  Going to do well.  I can’t a wait  Not going to do as well as the above. But nice short dictionary word  Great letters and only 23 bidders. Pretty sure that will go up but you never know  Pretty and easy to remember.  Gonna go high even though its not good acronym letters   I like this one even more.  Again, not a great acronym but a great brand.   Because whoever spells it Bucks is a square   I am going to try and buy this one.  It’s that good  It’s not a consolation prize.  It’s a companion  Nice even number  It’s better to be the earliest than the latest. Unless its tech   Year Year  No bidders.  Worth buying IMO  I’m giddy with all these 4N.coms today  And one more   Oooooh the 8

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*All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission . (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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  1. Aaron Johnson

    “ It’s not a consolation prize. It’s a companion”
    When you go to the link it is listed on namejet as 4994.neet.
    So that makes this the rarest domain on the internet because the GTLD does not exist!
    Haha, Thanks for the list Shane good stuff everyday. It was great meeting you at Namescon.

  2. Mike Maillet

    Hi, everyone is asking me for my opinion of the auction so I thought that I would give it here. This Flippa auction is one of the most brilliant marketing plays I have ever seen in the Make Money Online Niche! Not only is the idea creative, but the exit strategy is playing out perfectly! With the biggest conference of the year just starting today in Las Vegas, the thousands and thousands of people attending the Affiliate Summit will be talking about this website sale, at just the right time! I am very glad that Flippa is getting the worldwide exposure that it deserves, Matt Mickiewicz and Kevin Fink are great people for the Web Properties industry (Domains & Established Websites) and this high exposure will benefit all of us tremendously! Congrats to everyone involved for pulling this off!

    Mike Maillet
    Twitter: @MichaelMaillet

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