DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, Feb 29th

Feb 29 2016


Yesterday I learned how great the people of the domain investing community are.  I can’t believe how many of you wished my wife a Happy Birthday yesterday.  She had a smile on her face all day and kept checking her account to see the well wishes. Surprises are always better than the expected Facebook wishes and she sure got them.  I realize this is business but as we all know, the time we spend in our business always crosses into our family time and without their support we wouldn’t be who we are.  And I would have to eat out every day.  Again, a giant thank you to everyone.  Enjoy the extra leap day today.  The whole day is a bonus.   PS.  Make sure to check out the newest episode of DomainSherpa today.  I think its one of our better shows.  Make sure to leave a comment.  That’s how I get paid.  I don’t get paid in money but in comment discussion. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices.

UWatch.com 18 years old.  A few hundred visits a month.  With this whole video and streaming thing catching this might have some value

BuyItQuick.com  I don’t like to feel rushed. One bidder at $12

2Sell.com   20 years old.  And short.  Add in the “sell thing and I can understand the bids

HomeDecoratingIdeas.com  I have actually typed this into Google.  That’s a whole category on adwords tool. “Has Shane ever searched for this”

TMMB.com  16 year old repeating CHiP.   That’s good enough

WTND.com  Very nice acronym.   Would like to have seen the N on the end rather than the D but only as a seller.  As a buyer I want everyone to hate it

BNBZ.com   Z is always a tough letter to use in the Western acronym.  Chinese love it

BUE.net  Haven’t one sell under $1K in a while.  Don’t think this will.  Of the four that have this month, U was the common denominator

OG9.com    So not the Original gangster but the 9th original gangster.  Has a little room to run IMO

GarbageDay.com  One bidder.  Not sure what you can do with it but we all have it and know exactly what day it is.

Q1V.com  Even this one is worth $300 or more.

InjuryTraining.com  As a person doing exactly this and paying $400 a session, I know this has huge value. No bidders though

266.biz   In my opinion you are going to make money owning any NNN in the top 10 tlds.  My opinion only and if you buy anything on my opinion you are going to lose your money and you will have to go back to school in order to be a professional window wiper replacement guy at AutoZone

248.biz   The 4 will give you some value here.  48 is actually good luck.  At least that’s what this kid told me who was driving a Ferrari on campus and I’m just assuming he was Chinese or South Korean

WXD.biz   I think I’ll say the same about LLLs as well

JDT.biz    CHiP biz.   Yeah, I’m still struggling to realize they are so hot

Now that we have all that established.  There are a ton of them today so I’l bulk list them

773.biz, 460.biz, 804.biz, 807.biz, 822.biz, 810.biz, 714.biz, 760.biz, 320.biz, 185.biz, 465.biz, 884.biz, 417.biz,

710.biz, 466.biz, 704.biz, 560.biz, 187.biz, 531.biz, 614.biz, 348.biz, 260.biz, 847.biz, 416.biz

Not much to say other than if you want to own some NNN.biz, this is the day for you.

XBD.biz, QDO.biz, GJG.biz, XTQ.biz, XCI.biz, JSQ.biz, GBD.biz, JFJ.biz,    Same goes for LLL.  Of course I like the numbers better but enduser use in the US is better for the LLL and for China the numbers.  I’ll take China

LSYR.com  Let’s get back to dot coms.  Still not out of China though

QGMC.com  And another CHiP  I will say this one sells for  $1900

DWTX.com  A lot of CHiPs today.  The ugliest western letters usually give the best price

FUOJ.com  I agree FU O.J.  He absolutely killed those two people

MA88.com   The 88 takes this near four figures IMO

JUBF.com, EENO.com, ZHNA.com, HXXI.com, NEZK.com, QATL.com, NLVN.com, UCXJ.com,  Another fine list of bottom boats.  If you would have bought off this list a for the last few weeks you’d be up about 10%.  Another 10% and you’ll start making money after commission.  People forget about commission as a cost.

54169.com   Entry level 5N.com for you

998841.com  It was going so well before the 4 came around

055552.com  Quad 5s will get a few people giddy

BodyBuilders.net   Some of the most popular forums in the world are body building forums

595688.com  The double 88 and no 4s and zeros makes this a premium

60066.net   I think there is some value in 5N.nets.  If you use a percentage formula then they should move a little higher.  So far though……..nothing.  $41 average and prices all over the board with 4s and zeros

EngineeringSoftware.com  A bit generic but obviously such a thing is used.

558383.com  One more CHiP to quickly buy before we move to the Sedo, Flippa and Namejet section

HHHNY.com  If you’re going to get into the 5L.com arena these are the kind that are selling already

TexasWeed.com  It will be legal everywhere eventually.   Probably not going to go wrong owning state + weed and state+cannabis domains

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ScrapbookingStore.com  At $57K its pretty obvious a website is involved

TRL.net  I use to love Total Request Live

Below.net  17 years old and at $20 at press time

FBF.me  Dot me and dot TV really haven’t gotten any love

RX2.com  These CCC.coms are hitting new highs. Especially names like this with No V or vowels or zeros or 4s


BRI.com  22 years old.  I for International

YUG.com  20 years old.    Might as well buy two today

TheCow.com   I love these types of names.  Big dollar keywords with a the in front of them.  Also 20 years old.

PMMS.com     20 years old CHiP.  Way ahead of the Chinese market

EILT.com  These are the types that were getting overlooked because they weren’t preferred Chinese letters but now people understand they make the best Western acronym and have good enduser potential

LeSaux.com  French last name.  Last names always have some value

KNW.net, FGD.net, NFQ.net, NGJ.net  SYV.net Another fine list of the ever rising LLL.net CHiPs

DTRS.com   Deep Tendon Reflexes aka CHiP

BHSZ.com, GTWT.com, STMF.com, WWPW.com, NWGX.com and CDMK.com   So many good LLLL.coms going off today

XXLG.com   Extra extra large.  I accidentally bought 40 x 32 pants yesterday.  I hope I don’t grow into them before I return them

CannabisBlog.com   That would be a very fun blog to write

NeverLookBack.com  Love this one.  One of my favorite on the list

VeniceBeachRentals.com   Real estate names haven’t skipped a beat.  Nothing but up

PasadenaApartments.com  Another fine name

135626.com, 135627.com, 137627.com    Three CHiP, not Blue CHiP, but CHiP 6N.coms  Need more 8s to be blue

SpeechSchool.com   Every kid seems to go here to learn their S sound

MIHealthInsurance.com   I imagine that every state is taken but Michigan can be yours

Maveo.com  Nice brand and only two bidders

Financials.org   Money and organizations go hand in hand.  2 bidders

RetailRoom.com  No bidders.  Type it in to google and everything comes up for Retail Space.  So that’s what it should be used for. I like it because you aren’t going to misspell it and you will remember it.

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

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