DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, October 13th

Oct 13 2016

Escrow.com I wanted to make a few things clear.  One, if you don’t want to read the list below there is a button in the top left hand corner that is go back.  You also can type another url (domain) in the open space bar above and that will take you to another page of your choice.   As far as I know nobody is required to read this list.  But I appreciate that you do.  I do because if you read the disclaimer below, I am paid by ALL the domain auction companies to write this list.  Yes Flippa, Godaddy, and Namejet have all paid good money me to write and showcase names that I think are good names. They don’t tell me what names to list, only glad that I put up names that they are trying to sell.  You may not agree with my list. I would suggest that you don’t buy the names that you don’t think are valuable.  But let’s state it one more time.  I am here to sell names.  It is in my best interest to showcase names that I think will sell.  If you are buying them merely because I say they are good names, then as much as I appreciate the vote of confidence, I still think you need to buy them based on your knowledge.  Mine is opinion, is just like everyone else’s.

I have written this list over 2000 times.  Yes 2000 of these things. There have been a lot of trends in names over those 7 years.  For almost all of them  I talked about NNNN.coms.  From the time they were $800 to their value of $15,000.  Over seven years I have been very right and very wrong in my opinions of what is a good investment.  But I’m pretty sure we all have.   I realize its what have you done for me lately.  Lately I was very wrong in dot WS (Good story coming about that one) 6Ns, and various other Chinese stuff.  But I have been very right in short name dot coms and numerics and other trends over the years.  To the point that over 7 years if you would have purchased all my names I think you would have made money.  If you bought the last year, no.  You certainly would have lost.   And for that I apologize.  But I am going to keep doing what I do and have done every day for 2000 straight days.  Write a list and see what you think.  With a little commentary, a little data, and a little humor.  Nothing more, nothing less.  If you don’t like it, no worries,  see the above and the back button thing.

Here are today’s names.  Click to see latest price

Names With No Bids or One Bids

SmartCamera.com  Has more than a few bids but put it at top because its a very nice name

SlimAndNone.com No bids. The chances of me winning an online argument

KoinBox.com Exactly the type of name that startups are going with to save a little money. No bids

HotSplash.com No bids on this fashion or adult name

OnlyHer.com Same description as above

HerbFind.com Find your favorite strain of Canna…or maybe there is a bigger culinary herb market than I know

Saphin.com 15 years old with no bids

WickedVacation.com Boston Travel Agency?

GraffitiEraser.com I know the train car owners would buy a product that actually works

YellowThumb.com Mine’s green

ClubFurry.com If you don’t know what a furry is look it up. And they love conventions and clubs. No bids

RunAndGo.com Sounds like a convenience store. Probably because of Stop and Gos6gnxlxd

CrushALot.com ” I’m not a playa, I just crush a lot”

BraveThunder.com Sounds like a Native American lager. No bidders

A Few More I Like With Multiple Bids

VeryCrazy.com  One of my favorite names. 20 years old and very memorable

EnergyFast.com    The energy drink market is billions of dollars.  I am still amazed by 5 hour energy and their rise

Brizzy.com    I love these types of brands.  I like to try and get them $150 and under but this already past that.

OK99.com    Certainly memorable and short.  Most of what people are looking for in a domain

PRWest.com  Also 20 years old.  Public relations, press release

Intlgourmet.com   International is easier to spell than gourmet ….gowermet

Rapidfiles.com  Quick file transfer is always wanted

RussianWay.com   They certainly have a way.  The men usually don’t deliver it with smiles.  But it doesn’t mean they don’t care

LAJUN.com  First name retrieves a lot of Google results

SearchEasy.com  Would have done much better back in the day.   Huge barriers to entry in search

TheModernMom.com     Probably mostly self labeled but I can see this being used as a blog

XY55.com   If you don’t like these kinds please don’t buy it.  But there are bidders that do

PiperHealth.com   Bids most likely based on 8900 backlinks, some age, and a little bit of traffic.

YMQ.cc    I’ve read that .cc are junk yet this is almost $500.  That’s a lot of money for junk

165111.com   Like them or hate them, triple letter 6Ns are still worth $500 plus.   Again, if you don’t like them don’t buy it

SAFE.co  I am not a big fan of dot co but its hard to argue against this one being pretty good.

KGNR.com   Good Chinese and English letters

CarWest.com   Not sure what you would do with this but I would guess the end use would be car related somewhere out west

CamelTravel.com   Ironic because I was listening to Dan and Stugats on ESPN and they had some animal guy on and he was talking about how camels are being in to replace horses for travel in some areas of the US.  I was wondering who still travels by horse

TheSaltyPineapple.com  No value but I think this is where Sponge Bob went after he quit the Krusty Krab.  Actually has some value as it has 7 bids at $60

Zinak.com   5L.com under $50 at press time

 

LLLL.com And Other Numerics

JOCT.com

VUYY.com

227866.com

813826.com

164.mobi

33986.net

 

Names That Have Bids
19DragonFly.com
3d-tutorial.com
AffordingHopeProject.org
amour-et-rencontre.com
BainbridgeBakers.com
BetterBuildingsil.org
BuenaSerie.com
ChicaBeauty.com
Connectons.com  (typo)
Coursenavi.com
CuriosityUK.com
CymbalVote.com
DailySweatblog.com
DaMovie.info
Design-BuildSolar.com
DLBF.net
EdgewaterFlorist.com
Elliptical-Trainer-Ratings.com
EmployFlex.com
Entroterraturismo.com
Etbaball.com
FloridaIsraelChamber.org
ForYourOutFormation.com
Furever-friends.org
GameSiteScript.com
GHExclusives.com
GKLF.net
HarlowNYC.com
HeartOfGoldTattoo.com
HomeOfficeWarrior.com
HomeSchoolCommons.com
Iduba.net
Incontrihot.me
Infaredsauna.com
InvestCrew.com
ItalioKitchen.com
Jeweliany.com
KeepTravel.com
LadyBugBeads.net
LaptopsNotebooks.com
Lisahales.com
listacars.com
LorisLittleLearners.com
MarcosPizzaGilbertsville.com
Mavaltimes.com
MeritageClaremont.com
MidlandSpiritstore.com
MisfitBaggers.com
Monavie.org
MotimahalSeattle.com
MyChoiceauction.com
NanoFilter.net
NarutoWallpapers.info
Niezhe.com
NLA.co
Okayama-u.net
OneSassyGeek.com
P3H.net
Payila.com
PCTricksWorld1.com
PDFSB.com
PharmSocial.com
PlanEasy.com
PokerBonusCodes.com
Quantivo.com
Quarkvsindesign.com
ResearchForalzheimers.com
SiteDynamics.net
SkinandBones.org
Skivet.com
SmithPlumbingHeating.com
StLouisGold.com
Stocktr.com
SuicideForums.com
TalkingHealth.net
TeaseWear.com
TheCheesecakeMaker.com
Treelev.com
Tunao.com
WAdairyfederation.org
WNPG.net
WoundandHyperbaric.org
XtremeBodyNutrition.com
XtremeFitnessweb.com
YouByDesign.com

 

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Hillary.com   Couldn’t be a more relevant name right now

RAWO.com    Raw CVCV.com

Wallets.info      Between Bitcoin and mobile pay, online wallets and portable wallets have a big future

NAMEJET

IUP.com    International something something

L7.com   Don’t see many CC.coms up for auction

ZERY.com   Fake CVCV.com

Scafold.com     Every new tall building seems to have some of this.   Could be a one word brand

DNJN.com   Domainers love DN names

Grease.net   Is the word, is the word

BeverageMart.com  Quite a few places called Beverage Mart

IllinoisFlights.com  Chicago is one of the biggest airports in the world.  Flight site

ItalyPizza.net     I miss Sbarro.  The home of Italian Pizza.

RatePhotos.com   56 bidders think that people like to rate photos.  Hot or Not started it and its exploded ever since

RioTravel.com   26 bidders.   Still a popular travel destination despite the bad press of the Olympics

FlawedDiamonds.com     A heck of a lot cheaper that perfect diamonds.  And most can’t see the difference

Jenn.net   Jenn may want it for an email.   10 bidders.  Doesn’t look like any named Jenn

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms at Catchy.com

 

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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15 comments

  1. Troy

    I love your list. Screw the naysayers who can’t seem to make any money in this industry and are bitter. I enjoy what you write next to the names. I hardly make any bids, but I like to see what you say. And if I do buy one, that’s on me not on you.

    Keep up the great work.

  2. Keith DeBoer

    Understood Shane. Thanks for the plain spoken reminder. It’s unfortunate that the a handful of malcontents can often shout down the silent majority that appreciate the free service your business model provides. Peace brother.

  3. Steve

    Great lists! Keep em coming! Of course there will be some winners and losers. Interesting that other bloggers “lash” out at your opinions. Silly people.
    Cheers!

    1. Jaybuk

      Those same “bloggers” are always bitching about something. Just sayin’.

      I enjoy reading your posts, regardless of whether or not I buy anything from your list.

  4. Ken O'Brien

    Shane,
    I have been following you on a daily basis for almost two years now. Your winners out number the losers by a long ways. The fact that we get your opinion for FREE is a daily gift. We are all fortunate that someone else is paying the fee so we don’t have to. Please keep up the good work and thanks for putting in the time for all of us.
    Cheers

  5. mike

    6n seem to be holding some kind of value and patterns are doing well so don’t think you was wrong there.

    keep up the good work

    mike

  6. Fatih Ozturk

    Great list and love the humour, simple as that.
    A single critic would be the list got too long Shane, i cant read especially ikes list which seems to be not well organised. I dont read other than the ones with your comments to be honest.
    You will always be admired but surprised to see the attack came from Konstantinos.

    plus if i had listened Shane about numerics i could have made a fortune. and no he told the wave is coming well before it already did.

    Keep up the good work Shane.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Fatih,

      thanks for the comments. We’re working on finding a good balance. It’s funny though. We track which names get clicked and what names sell to learn how to make a better list. It turns out that many of the ‘extra” names without
      the comments do sell so I figured I would just throw them at the bottom.

      As for Konstantinos, I am right there with you. Not sure exactly what I did to deserve all the hate he breeds. I think I am more pissed that I bought him lunch at Namescon. It’s one thing to incite a riot against me. But don’t eat my food
      while you do it.

  7. Josh E

    The thing I loved about the post was the “just put your filters in godaddy” or the “just use fresh drop” honestly that is music to my ears. Anybody that listens to that advice will rarely find under valued domains.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Josh,

      When they say Fresh Drop I know that are not smart. FreshDrop not only charges them for the service but also puts in affiliate links for all their domains and makes money on their purchases. Makes our list
      look like a bargain.

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