DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, August 7th

Aug 07 2016

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I’m probably like everyone else right now.  Spending a lot of time in front of the TV with my family watching the Olympics.  Its something I’ve always enjoyed but seem to enjoy more the older I get.  Our family enjoys it so much that every four years we time our vacation to the Olympics so we have more time to watch.  While we’re no where near the level of talent of anyone at the Olympics, we completely understand the hard work it takes to get there.  Our whole lives are built around getting up before work or school and eating healthy.  All just to stay competitive in our local level (state for my daughter)  I can’t imagine the training and lifestyle necessary to stay at a world class level.  Of course they don’t have jobs.  The sport is their job.  At least it is now. What I love about the Olympics is that for most, they actually do have to get jobs.  For every Alex Morgan that lives off endorsements there are 50 athletes that have to hold on financially while they train.  To me its an amazing thing and its what makes the Olympics so special.  But I too have to make money so hopefully you’ll buy a few of the domains below.   Here are today’s names. Click for current prices

 

Xaley.com Doesn’t pass the radio test but passes the short and good looking test.

s4-e1-need-chipsXindy.com If I like the above I guess I have to like this one.

IdentityTech.com No bidders. As good of a name as LifeLock

Migun.com Trying to figure out why this 5L was getting so many bids but there seems to be a massage table with the name

FreshKitty.com Kitty litter or feminine wipes

GagBalls.com Already has bids. Be care on Googling them or you see some things

A1V.com and R8O.com Liquidity

DesignAPage.com 19 years old and a few bidders

FunPart.com No bids. People often ask when they are going to get to this

247Backup.com Sounds like they’ll always be ready to backup

DontFearTheBear.com Used to be a slogan. I still fear him a little

BookBattle.com Sounds like something they would do at band camp

PYZH.com A CHIP which means it will probably hit $1300 plus

TogetherWeFight.com Memorable but probably better as a dot org

RocketPets.com Branders love to use the word rocket

HealthyHQ.com Do people still use names with HQ at the end. No bidders

NaturalSwing.com Good name for baseball or golf.

Herfect.com I like this one. Perfect Girl

MaturoDeclaracion.org At $285 with 900 backlinks

MarijuanaStudy.com I know a few guys that have unofficially been signed up for this for quite a while

BuildToday.org No bidders. Easily could see a contractor or builder using this on signs

UPTT.com LLLL.com prices are picking up. Especially the double repeaters

MagicGains.com Not sure what I’m going to gain but I feel like they will come out of nowhere

87207.com I think 5N.coms go up from here until New Year but my opinion only. Just watch on my accord. Buy on yours

Tree.ws .ws going nowhere in keywords but I am going to buy this because its what I do

DIYTracking.com No pay tracking

A Few LLLL.coms/nets And Numerics That I Like

KRVD.com

YAFM.com

MIGL.com

YVEY.com

OXLU.com

RTRP.net

RFRB.net

GGCT.net

WDTF.net

YYYM.net

108266.com Somebody told me that they would buy any 6N.com with one zero and no fours for $10 but they are all getting $12 bids lately it looks like the game may start up again…..or not. Josh says the offer emails have started up again

108277.com

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FLIPPA and SEDO

Turkey.biz  Has 26 bidders.  And its not even Thanksgiving

Pleeby.com   Sold as a starter site but the real value is in a short brand

HotBalloon.com  After the tragedy last week hot air balloons are certainly in the news.  Has a bid

uRun.com  Really comes down to the reserve.  Love the name

NAMEJET

Light.net  Closes today. Pretty special dot net

Babe.net   Also pretty nice and already doing very well.  Might actually hit reserve

72571.com, 38375.com, 29682.com, and 27293.com   Nice batch of 12 year old 5N.coms

TradePics.com  No bidders.  I have a feeling the pics traded will not be vacation photos

Shelly.com   Popular female first names always seem to do well

HomeGarden.net  Biggest hobby in the world

DiseaseGuide.com   Every time I have some pain or feeling I look it up on the computer and think I have some disease or something serious.  In reality, it turns out I shouldn’t eat a bowl full of cherries, a whole salmon, and 7 up for dinner

NewHamshire.net  One of my 50 favorite states

CopperShield.com  I see more and more products using copper as something that helps (it usually doesn’t)

DSOD.com   If I had teamed up with Online Domains instead of Aaron

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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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3 comments

  1. Paul

    Shane, could you give me your strategy on “A1V.com and R8O.com Liquidity”. Is it that these can be held and maybe you’ll get lucky, but you’ll always get your cash back? Don’t seem to have the guts to buy these types of domains yet. Thx.


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      ShaneCultra

      Paul,

      You’re not going to make big money on these but they do go up and down in value and always have a market in auctions. The key is looking for “bargains” or a few that slip through at a good price. Aaron here at DSAD has down very well buying these in bulk and auctioning them off. But the margins are slim.

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