DSAD.com Shane’s LIST of Domain Auction Picks: Saturday the 14th

Nov 14 2015

Escrow.com
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Patterns.  All boats will rise with the water,  but patterns have been the names that have taken names to the five figure mark.  Take LLLL.coms  CHIPS have skyrocketed yet vowels and Vs can be had all day for $250.  10 times less than a CHIP.  AAAB ABBA AABB are coveted with AABB now in the $20K mark.  I didn’t find out until mid game but I’m hoping that my acknowledgment late summer makes me some money.  Heck, come to think of it, my purchases in mid October are paying off.  That’s really all I’m buying right now. Its a heavy investment but I feel thats where the best returns will be.  This is a rarity market right now so I might as well go the best patterns I can find.  My only hedge is I am buying good Western letters so that if the bottom falls out I at least have names that can be acronyms. Here are today’s names. Click for current prices.
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MorningDew.com  18 years old.  Not as good as Mountain Dew but still a nice Brand
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ClearMusic.com  Another nice brand.  Because CanBarelyHearItMusic.com just wouldn’t work well
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44134.com   The only 5N.com I’ve seen under $50 in months
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26938.com  This is more what I’m used to seeing.  $3K and over
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BeachWorkout.com  Surprised there are no bidders on this one.  760 million Google results
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TDHJ.com  11 year old CHIP.  That’s the difference between LLLL.coms and 5N.coms  LLLL have been around the block
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XYXM.com  Man I like this one.  I hope everyone is out playing today
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MNJH.com  Already crossed $2K.  The J hurts the western side but it doesn’t seem to be hurting anything
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As usual too many 6N so here they all are 867989, 869833, 613583, 991379, 993815, 385989, 929155, 223318, 278866, 605858, 552869, 799195, 488489, 612387, 975989, 197868, 377528, 196358
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CostumesForHalloween.com  You want keywords.  Here you go, keywords. 400 monthly visits with purchase
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BMPS.net  I see “Bumps” .  I guess that’s why friends call me Whiskers.
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BJJP.net  The repeaters get you an extra 50%
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ZZSSS.com  Oh yeah.  Pattens in the 5Ls.  I am a buyer. Yes I’m crazy
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GetPerfect.com  I like the thought although I know nobody can be perfect.  But still a nice marketing name
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55264.com  Starter 5N.com  kind of like a Porsche Boxter
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181119.com   A lot of 1s for the money

TheStone.com  20 years old. $20 bid   I won’t leave it unturned

YTCC.com  The opening bid is way too high…….for now……I hope it looks like a deal later

Market.to  I am constantly surprised how well the .to names sell

Listening.to  Names like this one.  And the .to works perfectly here

Hire.to  This one not quite as well but the price is much less

InkReplacement.com  Still a HUGE business.  But very competitive. But this auction isn’t

RGZY.com  This one is already near $2500 and it has all day to run.  Maybe this is the one that start the $3K run

BBML.com This one actually has a better chance IMO

TNWY.com  After going over the whole list I realized they are all this high. Doubles, Ys, whatever….the same

FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM
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MTX.net   They’re riding the coattails of the dot com.  5% of the dot com
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Flowing.com  I don’t like the ing verbs but I think this was a movie.  A “period” piece
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Napping.com  OK, I don’t dislike ALL ing names.  I like this one
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eDomains.com  I would think Tracey would like this one.  Either way a nice name
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NTHG.com  16 years old but only 22 bidders, now 23
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SBRR.com  I predict this one hits $3K with the double R.
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LBTN.com  All these are Western and Chinese premiums. In my opinion THE types of names you want to buy if you are a buyer
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CGSM.com    Cost of Goods Sold Management
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SMCY.com  Y at the end of a CHIP seems to do very well
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EJB.com  Yuck, a vowel.  Worthless
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YT.org   You don’t see LL.org up for sale every day.  Nice name
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TheRubber.com  Build the biggest condom site on the net
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StateContracts.com  One of the most coveted items for many businesses (that’s if they pay). Help them find them
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DetoxSmoothies.com  Yes its a thing.  It’s a billion dollar industry.  Actually that’s a lie, I have no idea how big. Make it bigger
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DeadManWalking.com  Everyone knows the term.  Been used for decades
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Saxus.com  Not a bad 5L.com or brand for $69.  Just a few bidders
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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 corrects

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8 comments

  1. gene

    Shane – you deserve a ton of credit for being way ahead on the numerics – and China – trend(s), so a big congrats to you! And even though I (unfortunately) haven’t participated at all – simply because I don’t understand this niche -, I’d agree with you that this has a long way to run, i.e., the trend is your friend.

    But my only question as a TM lawyer is the obvious one: The ultimate use for domain names is to serve as an online brand and destination. And while it’s easy to see how a brand or franchise could be built on something like “945.com,” does anyone really believe that ‘someone’ can create franchise value on their “743289.com” site?

    Again, because I don’t understand the numeric-buyer’s mindset I’d love to hear your take on this. Thanks.

    gene


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      ShaneCultra

      Gene,

      I don’t think a brand SHOULD be built on 6 numbers or more. We all have no problem remembering phone numbers and have for decades but IMO words are easier once you get to 6 numbers. My opinion only. But four numbers is very memorable and to me, makes a fantastic brand. The numerics are merely collectibles. A currency that has value because people are buying and selling it. The US dollar is nothing more than a belief that something will back it. Chinese believe in the domain markets. They believe the prices can and will be determined by supply and demand and have faith in it. That’s good enough

  2. Stee

    Short appears to be sweet for mobile and I am collecting as many short names as possible. I just picked up the easiest name I have ever typed for around $100??? 11a.cc ???I would have liked 11.cc but who is complaining??? Oh, guess what 11.cc goes to Guta!!! George confirmed earlier this year that .cc makes sense. We thought that all along and the price to play is peanuts compared to short .com’s and renewals are about the same. 😉
    While .com is killing it without vowels I think some “v”‘s and pronounceable 4L and 5L’s with vowels will work for many that want names that are short and easy to type AND pronounceable.
    As for easy to remember 6n.com’s , they would work for people’s websites, contact sites, etc. 6n’s are about the same length as a phone number so easy to remember combos should hold value well. imho 🙂
    Thanks for taking the time to review all the drops and put in your comments. Great insight that would help anyone interested in exploring the industry. Now if we could just fix the kangaroo udrp system????

  3. Steve

    Andrew mentioned he was selling 545454.com. What a great domain to use as a personal lander, etc. Easy to remember even after a few beers late at night. “Give me a call at 545454.com”
    Anyone could remember that name.

  4. Jen

    Back in 2012, I bought zzznn [com] on a whim (BIN) — I liked (and still like) the way it looks on the page, and I played around with a logo for it (not too successful).

    I couldn’t figure out why it was getting decent traffic.

    These past few months, it became clear 🙂

    In hindsight, I wish I would have bought more of these 5L repeaters.

    Hindsight = 20/20.

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