DSAD.com Domain Shane’s Big List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, January 10th

Jan 10 2016


First night in Vegas and already I have some inside information to share.  You get this kind of information when guys are out drinking and they start spilling the beans.   So hear it is. There are a couple companies that are really going to cater to the Chinese marketplace.  Have a Chinese version and just overall making it easier for people from China to be able to spend money.  Yep, that’s why you come to a conference.  As for gambling, I had my best first night ever.  I won big on Cincinnati and then had a big big run on my last roll (Josh can verify) that added $250 to the bankroll so I actually made $100 at the tables.  So far Vegas is free.  Give it time though, I’ll help build something for them when its all said and done.  Here are today’s names. Click for current prices. Buy some please

WorldClock.com   Has a five figure bid in the NamesCon auction.  But will it make reserve?  Gets tons of traffic

GiftSender.com   20 years old.  Sending gift will stand the test of time.  How they send them will change

OCProperty.com  Orange County property is very expensive and plentiful.  A good combo. 19 years old

Givers.com   There is nothing more profitable than non profits.  And all the bidders must know that

TechLifestyle.com 16 years old. No bidders. Good name for $12

CustomWeddingDresses.com If you do this then the name is fantastic.  One bidder agrees

NLEA.com  Great letters and some age.  Add this to your portfolio.  or start it

NHRB.com  This one is going to be a lot more expensive.  But I do think you have just as good of a chance to sell the other to and end user.  But the liquidity value here is 4X the above

IGID.com  D for Department or Donkey. Both work

KMK.net  Like it just because its so easy to remember.  Although M and N are confusing vocally.  The price is so high I don’t think anyone really cares

LLCZ.com  One bid at $1350 at press time

FinancialPress.com  Sounds official.   “Financial Press since 1998”

058555.com   The triple 5s are the lipstick

282887.com  I like this one more.  I have no idea but I have always liked 887 and 963 and have used them for all kinds of things. And they have no relevance to anything from the past.   I know, weird

BCPR.net  Top priced LLLL.net of the day.  Sure there will be more when I drill down.  or at least when I scroll down

That didn’t take long, here are a few more I like


B686.com   I’ve talked about these the last few weeks.  They are doing well but I like the letter at the end better. Doesn’t seem to make much difference in price

PCZ.co  Getting a very good bid for a dot co

One more group

QX87.com, LK89.com, TD89.com , RZ73.com, and QX75.com  There are dozens more I didn’t list

R66.cc   Was at $35.  I tried to buy and outbid all the way to $190.  I may come back to it

R8r.cc I would like to own this. I like the patterns. Lately, I’m finding out that people want them more

285d.com  Only listing because its at $12 and I think it will be worth more in the future

94196.com  Nobody wants to bid on this. At $30.  The red reserve bar must be scaring them off

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RPJ.info  No reserve, at $20.  Three letter dot info is trailing behind dot biz but climbing

MMR.com  One of the best LLL.coms up for auction in the last 6 months in my opinion (although a comp of BBC.com is a bit of a stretch)

XGR.biz   At half of what I think it should go for

7857.net   A group of 5N.nets closing at Sedo today that are very nice



6972.net   There are a few more after the list but these are the four I like.  I don’t dislike the others though

Circle.net  20 years old.  Big enough keyword to produce on a dot net

Memorability.com   I should probably buy this.  I seem to use the world more than anyone else.  Everyone tells me its not a word and just use Memorable.  Ha it is a word or it wouldn’t be a domain right?

JMCL.com  A 19 year old LLLL.com is good thing.  No bad 19 year old LLLL.coms

AceInhibitors.com  One million results for this drug class. Drugs = money, legal makes more than illegal

AZG.com   Alpha Zeta Gamma, the first bisexual sorority.  And I’m not making that up

TuDios.com  “Your God” in Spanish

Zuron.com   Nice 5L.com.  Used to get these all day for $69, now there are bidders

Servere.com  I think it means Server in Norwegian or maybe the bidders like Server E. 12 years old

DavidAllen.com  People hate squatting on people’s names but this sounds like a brand to me but I’m sure its quite a few fellas name as well.  Like Mr. Coe

Piddle.com   Another nice brand.  Quite a few good names today.  Namejet is going to have a good month

DiscoverArkansas.com   Arkansas tourism board is using the dot net.  Trade for Razorback tickets

ZKG.net, ZJY.net  Streakers

ARPD.com  15 year old Police Department name

CandyClan.com  Sounds like a mashup of all the popular Apps.  No bidders

MarketingSkills.com  Not everyone needs them but if you have them you can make a good living

70777.com  Love this one.  Very easy to remember. I will be a bidder

MUB.com   No shortages of LLL.coms if you want one.  Just can’t be short of cash

NNSY.com   I think the Chinese buyers are going to like this one…..and everyone else

SnapBox.com  Are we still doing box names?  How about snap?
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. (if you have trouble with the contact form its shane@ this domain name) 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 correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good investments

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  1. Steve

    Were those ladies nice enough to help you back to your “room”? Seems like everyone is very helpful in Vegas!! Put it all on RED!!! I mean your bets. 🙂 Maybe not 😉

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