DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Thursday, May 14th, 2015

May 14 2015

Escrow.com

Record level of click through on the list yesterday.  Must have been a few names that people liked.  Or at least one name that people REALLY liked.   I track the names that get clicked so I can see what kind of names are popular.  I only get affiliate one for Godaddy but the affiliate money is the bonus.  I’ve said this a million times, I wrote this list for 3 years without getting paid because I spend two hours looking through the list every night anyway.  Might as well share them because I can’t afford to buy most of them anyway.  I didn’t write it to make affiliate money, it just came with time.  I tell everyone to assume I get paid to put all the names on my list because I do. All those advertisers you see at the top and to the right pay us to exist. But that doesn’t mean the names aren’t worth owning.  Ask the people that I tell every day that their names aren’t good enough to be on the list.  Despite them wanting to pay the $10.  Nobody wins when shitty names are on the list.  You pass over them and the seller doesn’t get his money back because nobody bids.  And I …..well I guess I would have won.  Other than having a list full of names nobody should buy.  Enjoy the day.    Here are today’s names

MOO.net  Has a bid at $500.  Worth 3 times that at least IMO

Stie.com   Getting some bids.  I don’t like it though because it reminds me of having something in my eye

NewYorkSound.com  Not sure how you’d use this but at $20 its worth figuring it out. 16 years old

Mintera.com  You get 154 free visits with the purchase of this 15 year old name.  Play on the Mint money thing

UFFL.com   United Friendly Football League.  “Where We Tackle with Hugs”

PartyInsurance.com   It’s not a party if insurance isn’t necessary . One bidder  Under $20 and 15 years old

LK5.com   The LLN.com have pretty much all crossed over 4 figures lately.  This is getting there

SDC.cc  At $300.  You seeing a them to the LLL.cc names ?

CapitalCash.com  Most companies need both.   169 free visitors.   44 bidders at press time

HHBD.com   I like the letters and others agree.  Doing well

Electoral.com  Great political name.   Despite nobody knows what the electoral is

FindYourNiche.com  One of the most important things you can do. But after you find it.  Expand on it

MySelfie.com  A little sneak peek on a name that is closing in a few days

NEW GODADDY COUPON CODE: $1.99 New Registration Godaddy hitched149

 Cuckolded.com    If you don’t know what this fetish is, look it up very carefully.  Met reserve

Chopped.com  Getting no love yet worth over $10K easy

FederalAid.com  Sold for $40K once. Look at it now

ActionTv.com  No bidders.  Closes today.  Great name for the Red Bull sports and action sports that kids today love and pay a lot of money to go see

SEDO’s Live Auctions Going on Now

Intoxication.com  Great brand for anything emotional.  Intoxication is more than just alcohol

A3O.com  Under $250 would be a good buy.  Not a lot of bidders

ComeClean.com   Can be a confession thing or a get off drugs thing.   Or maybe just washing your car thing

MedicalSoftware.com  A billion dollar business. I made that number up but I could be right

UnlockStore.com   Unlocking the iPhone is its own business.  Perfect name for it

ChangeYourLife.com  Inspirational domain.  Bold claim but people love bold claims.  I never did add 8 inches though

ConsiderUs.com  Great email or marketing name if you’re looking to get new customers

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 corrects

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