DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Tuesday 9/30

Sep 30 2014


Escrow.com

Last day of the month.  And you know what that means.  It means tomorrow is next month.  I had a good month but only because I put a list of names at Namejet up for sale and every one hit reserve except two.   And the reserves were solid reserves. A few were right at reserve which means I didn’t make a lot but there were a few names I bought at auction and in hindsite didn’t really want them and ended up flipping them for profit when I would have been happy just to get my money back.  And to save me a bunch of emails, if you want to put names up at Namejet you need to have a few things.   One a list of names that will sell at auction.  And two, do that many times during the year.  At least 10 names per time with sales of 10K plus.  And in no way do I represent Namejet or speak for them.  I am just avoiding the 20 emails get every time I say I sell on Namejet.  I you have a portfolio you think might work I’ll be happy to preview it for Namejet.  Mostly to see if I can buy a few names myself but also to save Namejet some time.  Here are today’s names.

NDG.com  No bids at $10K.  I think it’s worth this easy.  I guess I may have to buy it

DomainDiscounts.com  I think this was up in the past.  Tons of money to be made on coupon codes

NakedHorse.com  15 years old.  No bidders.   Sounds like a beer so it’s a good domain

 RunningMom.com  Not going to make a lot but probably a few hundred to made in a sale to an eventual blogger

DrawU.com  No bids. 12 years old.  Draw me like your French girls Jack

Nymbus.com  I know usually you spell it Nimbus but I still like it.  Only one bidder

OOGV.com  Under $50 at press time

0018.com  This name doesn’t end until tomorrow but look at the price.  Highest NNNN.com I’ve ever seen on Godaddy.  A little fishy thought with two bidders taking it all the way up

ApartmentsManahattan.com   NY real estate names have been doing very lately.  Given the price of real estate there it is a small price to pay

DOWN.com   One of the better names on Flippa lately.  Go buy it

Accumulating.com   A good name.  Feel some may not know how to spell it.  That’s what may be keeping the price so low

Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day. $10 off PURCHASES OF $50 OR MORE ACOSKS65

 Foob.com  I think this would make an excellent brand.  You’d just have to wait for an end user to agree

NOVC.com  17 years old.  C for corporation

Skurf.com   A thing.   Watersking on a surfboard

FlyMall.com   Sounds a lot like Skymall

UDCT.com   Under 25 bidders at press time.

94788.com  The double 8 makes it a higher end 5N.com.  But only 9 people agree

CAX DOMAIN OF THE DAY:    Gloves.info  Everyone owns some form of gloves.  Some own 5 pairs or more  $500 takes it

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. 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, 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. Sameh

    Speaking of selling on NameJet. I noticed yesterday a link in my account says “List Your Domains on NameJet” and apply now. It went to a page where I can submit up to 15 domains along with their reserve for consideration. I guess I’ll do that later but now I have two quick questions you may have their answers:
    1. Should my domains be with NetSol, ENOM or one of their partners or I can submit domains registered with GoDaddy? Also, will they require me to transfer them first?
    2. How much is their commission?

    I was going to contact their Support but when I saw your note I thought to ask you first.

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