DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, May 1st

May 01 2016



Thanks to Josh yesterday for doing a great list.  His list was a lot better than mine overall.  I can see I need to add more keywords and less short.  There were a lot of names that I do think you can resell and make money but there were some that I think you would have to sit on for quite a long time. They make sense as words but not many uses for end users.   Its easy to get caught up and build a portfolio of 1000 names that eat renewal money year after year.  But he has built a great profit center but knowing which names to buy,hold and sell that cover costs and give profit.  Most portfolio owners can’t pull it off.  His list also helped me.

It allowed me to take a day off and relax.  I ended up taking it easy and running a 1:34 half marathon.  My 7 min 11 second average pace was seven minutes slower than my fall half marathon but I was super happy just to run the thing since I have barely been running because of how busy we are at work.   Because of my NamesCon injury I just started running 6 weeks ago.  So running that time on 12 training runs this year was a nice accomplishment.  I had to work right after the nursery and that was the real challenge.   But that’s what I do.  Run Nursery Domains and it was nice to take one of the out of the day for once.  I promise I won’t do it again for another year. Here are today’s names.    Click to see current prices

VideoSpace.com  I feel like this whole video on the Internet thing is going to take off.  43 bidders agree

MVPGaming.com   With gaming parlors showing up in every state, just a matter of time until somebody names their company this

ShuttleBuggy.com  No bidders, 15 years old.   Not a ton of value but much more fun to say than Uber

ExecutiveLuxury.com  Sounds so posh……and expensive

TheStockFinder.com  No bidders. 14 years old.    Solid name for a stock blog or site

ZASJ.com   Lower boats still getting over $250

BLQD.com  Not sure exactly why this is getting such a high bid

UltraMegabit.com   571,000 backlinks

HostHelp.com  A ton of affiliate money in hosting or helping others find hosting. 17 years old

LargeChecks.com   No bidders.  Look it up.  There are companies that specialize in printing those large checks people give away.  I’m going to buy it if nobody else does.

MedBall.com  Short for medicine ball. One of the best pieces of workout equipment you can own.  Can use it in so many ways. I use mine as an ottoman.  No bidders

WeedClearance.com     You see all those discount cig stores so you know the discount weed stores are coming soon

ReadyToOwn.com  An old sales term.  Maybe too old.  No bidders

EQNU.com, ACZL.com, ZSNV.com, HOGJ.com, GJIJ.com    Some non premium LLLL.coms for you to take a look at

LaptopACAdaptor.com  You don’t see specific product domains getting bids much anymore but since practically every person that has a laptop has bought one of these it is getting some action

PredictiveMedia.com   Media names always sell.  As long as it has some cool word in front of it

SocialLion.com  I guess lions can be social

XW77.com   The 77 is the driver.  The X helps as well

OnlineDrivingCourse.com   I was a better drive because I played so much Pole Position so I know that online driving courses are beneficial

NeedAHandyman.com   Good marketing name for a service that offers them.  Handymen are in HUGE demand. Hard to find someone that can do simple services right now.  Everyone is so specialized

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SearchPoint.com  Nice brand although I do admit it is pretty close to SitePoint

DeliciousPie.com  Thousands of visitors to this delicious auction but nobody wants a piece of the pie

NiceFrance.com  Bidding up to $1500 on this vacation spot.


NotBroke.com No bidders.  I like it because you can say you have money without bragging.  Not a bad blog or site name for $69

UYDR.com   Only 10 bidders on this medical name.

Sinopta.com   A surname in Turkey and other countries but to me it sounds like a good brand.   I feel like I should take this if I had high blood pressure

6663.info  These triple repeater .info are still getting bids

978188.com   Only 4 bids for the double 8 at the end

388830.com    The zero hurts it but the triple 8 doesn’t.  Only 2 bidders

Blower.net     I think leaf blower some for obvious reasons.   But I don’t blow leaves or mow.  I just thought everyone knows I love leaf blowers

LUP.com    Let Us Something

TVQ.com    A television station in Brisbane.  Also a LLL.com   I’m guess that a Chinese buyer will pay more than the TV station

TLKC.com  End in C. C is money

Mediocre.net   It’s OK to be average.  But you only tell that to people that are.

Mortal.org   The word works with dot org.   We are all but some don’t act like it

WeMakeShitHappen.com  Not very professional but gets the point across as well as any domain sold today

PlasticSurgeons.net   This is an example of a dot net that is a real bargain to someone that is going to actually use the name

DaveBerry.com  I love his humor.  One of the funniest writers I know

QFFQ.com   The pattern is collectible and its pretty nice looking.  Tough acronym though

ETTD.com   This is much easier to use an acronym.   At $300 at press time

DWWD.com   Another ABBA.com   Reserve is a little higher but looks like its going to hit it

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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