DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, July 15th

Jul 15 2016

Escrow.comIn case you missed it yesterday, Uniregistry released $42 million worth of sales data.  Releasing this kind of information is great for the industry because it give comps.  High comps.  I’m sure I’m like most and just smile when I see some of the great prices for OK names.  There are also are a few good buys in there as well.   My favorite buy is Regular.com for $30K.  I would have loved to purchase that name at $30K.  And that boys and girls is why you put in a bid and see what happens.  Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices

PCExpoxy.com Protective Coating Company let this expire and quite a few people jumping on it

ReallyScary.com good haunted house marketing name

GameStud.com Gamers get all the chicks

KRRR.com A lot of triple repeaters up for sale lately. Most

FriendlyDeal.com No bidders. Everyone loves a fair, friendly, deal

SugarDope.com Not too bad a canna for $12

NutriChef.com Nutrition and Chef. They go together pretty well. Thus all the bids

8GC.com The 8 and the consonants should do very well

RedVault.com You can keep so many things in the red vault.

DomainCode.com I figured somebody reading this would want this

DoAGoodJob.com Positive name. And I think you should

GrowerList.com Everything is pot related now. No bidders

NakedTimber.com I love a naked timber cabin

DragonFinger.com Nice sounding brand. But I have to admit I’m not sure if dragons have fingers

52514.com One bidder at $25

FlyingParrot.com Sounds like a drink that gets me drunk quickly

D3Q.com CCC.com still going strong

PatentBlog.com I love to wake up, have a coffee, and read up on what’s happening in the patent world

BrandRise.com Not quite as good as Brand Bucket

Clarias.com Passes the radio test. Kind of. But its cheap so you’ll be fine

Cookies.biz Everyone loves cookies

SurgeryFree.com Good marketing name for a doctor that does a procedure that normally requires surgery

PhotoDelete.com Super delete for your naked photos. Or put them in your red vault







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L7.com  One of the shortest dot com ever sold on Flippa

TouristBay.com  No reserve.  Tourism name has 41 bids

eNaked.com   13 years old.  Met reserve.   Lots of companies are using Naked in their name

Weet.com   Fails the radio test but passes the awesome name test

RickRoll.com    Doubt you’ll even click this one

Domainer.com  Can’t believe this is up for sale.  See above


AdultWipes.com Let’s start this section off with this classy name

Pupo.com   I take one of these every morning

BargainHunter.com   I think this one goes much higher

WBWW.com   world wide

FWWF.com  Perfectly balanced

WatchOnline.tv    And the reality is more and more people are each year

PremierLimousines.com   Upgrade name for a few companies that share the name.   Gotta make your stretched car sound classy

Catechisms.com  From the greek “to teach orally” .  Before you get to excited.  Its teaching Catholicism using questions and answers

RedHen.com  Must be some history behind this one.  Good name but already four figures

Jealous.com  Jealous I am already out of the running

688866.com   Throw that first six on the end and you might have a five figure name

Extension.com  Hair or more time

OCLD.com, SDOD.com, NSLA.com  and CEGB.com,

WhackJob.com  Crazy or happy ending

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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 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

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