DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s List of Domains at Auction for Monday, Feb 8th Happy New Year

Feb 08 2016


Last call.  That’s been the “word” lately.  Everyone is expecting the Chinese to come storming after they celebrate their New Year and start the buying. I don’t think it will be quite that quick but rather over the course of the spring.  Maybe I’m wrong.  Maybe it starts tomorrow.  Either way its going to be fun to ride along.  And congrats to the Denver fans and Peyton Manning.  You can’t end a career any better than that.  Boring ass game but worth watching just to see Peyton’s last game. Here are todays names. Click to see current prices.

FineChip.com  Here’s a fine chip to start your day

1G.net Pretty special dot net.  More rare than a LL.net

MatureGames.com No bidders.  Sounds sexy and games names have done well in the past.  Games like “find your reading glasses” and “send your niece $18 for her birthday”

JWIG.com, XORQ.com, BVFZ.com,  BKAP.com,  The first group of lesser value LLLL.coms.  More to follow

07470.com 15 years old.  Yes, its hard to believe this one has been registered that long

GlowLab.com  Getting bids because of the PR5, 1.5K backlinks, and 13 years old

HoseJob.com   No bidders.  It’s what they will call a penis enlargement in the future. And they will be prevalent.

CCRRR.com  If you don’t like this then you definitely don’t like 5L.coms.  This would have hit $500 a month ago before pricing settled

PersonalDay.com  Not sure what I would do with this but no bidders and most employees get them.

FZZ.co, YZZ.co, YWW.co, QZZ.co      Somebody is selling some of their LLL.co portfolio today.  And they are doing well

88178.net   When you have this many 8s, even a dot net is going to get you some good money

88317.com  But I’ll still take the dot com

763266.com  Everyone is watching the 6N.coms now.  Here is your typical no 4, no zero, double number 6N.

778780.com   This one has a zero but has the double 7 which gives it a little more zero.  And the 8s

CP33.com  The double numbers are the most valuable

WXLF.net, FNTW.net, WMZY.net, SDYX.net, MKHQ.net, ZQZR.net   A big group of ugly letter awesome CHiP dot nets

484886.com  48 is actualy good.  This one was going to be undervalued and I was going to try for it but then I realized I don’t have any money right now

258669.com   Nothing special. My guess here is $125

DWXU.com, DZVF.com, BWOZ.com, EBXZ.com, HTUJ.com, and  DXOQ.com  Here’s your bottom boats

428088.com, 209699.com, 166560.com, and 582550.com  I’ve been told these go up tomorrow.  These all are under $35 at press time.  Pretty sure they won’t end up there

XXXYN.com  One bid at $12

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OAR.com  Back up for sale and financing available.  100 a month for 70 years it is

Deepo.com All this money for numerics and these have been getting overlooked.  Good short brands

YogaPants.com  Every girl wheres them. Unfortunately  EVERY girls wheres them

BeTougher.com  A website but not enough traffic to make the website have value. Still love the name

UPPZ.com  Sold for $419 on Jan 10th

DigitalDubai.com  16 years old with 3 bids at $15.  Anyone who owns a Dubai name dreams of some sheik offering them a few hundred grand for their name because money means nothing to sheiks.  Or at least that is what we think in our dreams



85756.com  A 5N.com with no 4s or zero.  $5K plus has been the usual ending here

ALDC.com  These types of names have been climbing at a faster rate than the rest of the LLLL.coms.  Good western acronym

IndianaAutoSales.com  There is a company operating on the dot net.  No bidders so it may be an easy flip

KegFridge.com   You’d be surprised how many of these are sold.  Of course the people that buy them hardly ever use them. But they did yesterday.  One bidder

DogPros.com  I feel like they would really do well with my dog.  Next up, get a dog

KXX.net , QXG.net, GXR.net   Daily LLL.nets   And you would have probably done well to buy all of these over the last few month.  We’ll talk next year

BusinessMajor.com  I’m one.  But the play here is online education and smaller universities paying to attract students

998826.com   Pretty fantastic 6N.com And I think First and TwoTwo will agree with me

998825.com  It’s sister. I would like to own both of these but I think I didn’t leave enough gunpowder in the bank

KarateVideos.com   No bidders.  Not a ton of money and tough to compete with YouTube but some people do like going to a site that has exactly what they’re looking for

BikeLifts.com  For those of you that build quick product sites.   These are used for motorcycles.  No bidders at $69

ODQR.com KVRO.com, KMNU.com, EIYO.com and GYXO.com  Here are your bottom boats if you want to buy them

9597888.com 9395888.com 9193888.com   I am not a buyer of 7Ns but again, these are selling and getting good prices so it absolutely worth watching.  Only the triple 8s are selling though

ApartmentsManhattan.com  Some of the most expensive real estate in the world

4dPrinting.info    3D printing names sold for a ton, even the dot info.  Get ahead of the next D.  This has a website that ranks first page for the term 4D printing

3DSpecs.com   The 3d space isn’t what it used to be but its still a space

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  1. Meyer

    It is naïve to think skilled buyers like Chinese domainers would be that predictable. I am sure there will be some activity over the next week or two. But, it will not be an avalanche in buying.

    It will be something Shane knows well – ” Domaining is a marathon, not a sprint”. (Paraphrasing Phil McGraw)

  2. Post author


    One, I was joking about the immediate rise. People are acting like its going to be a rocket. I know better. And I did get a red envelope but it had what looked to be hair from a drain or something in it. Is that good luck ?

  3. DomainVP

    “Skilled buyers like Chinese domainers would be that predictable.” Humans are humans, Chinese or not. I think the majority of Chinese buyers are just following the herd, and there are few ‘skilled’ buyers leading the charge. The problem is that some of these leading the charge have been selling off lately. 4L chips peaked, stalled, lowered, rose a bit, and have plateaued. The boom that happened last year won’t happen again until another emerging market enters the .COM space.

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