SHANE’S BIG LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on January 24th, 2014

Jan 24 2014

Escrow.com

So glad to hear that DomainFest is officially on this year.  It’s certainly one of the classiest events in our industry.  The lunches, dinners, and parties they have are unmatched.  Say what you want about the Playboy mansion and The Magic Castle, people were jealous that I got to go to those parties.  Both of those are places that people would love to go, but don’t usually get the chance.  Not sure I’ll be able to make it but I’m sure going to try.    Here are today’s names. I skipped today’s Book of 10. Not enough interest to be able to put a list together this week so I will start booking names soon for next week.

Belts.info  I like to invest in things that everyone has.  And most Men (and women) own at least one belt.  And that doesn’t even count car belts.  You know, the kind you can hear squeaking when someone turns a corner.  300,000 searches per month.  13 years old

WhatIsTheTime.com  Hard to believe that with all the phones out there that people need to go online to find out what time it is.  But I’m always wrong.  15 years old.

FindYourDreamHome.com  Nice real estate marketing name for the current price.  15 years old as well.

Darah.com   A city in Pakistan and a name.  I have to admit I hadn’t heard of either but I knew it was probably a name when I saw it.  People love to give names with silent letters.

NYRK.com  13 years old.  Anything under $100 is a good buy IMO

Cricketville.com  I hear cricket is a pretty popular sport in India and England.  I just can’t figure out how they get those little insects to play a game

DotPenis.com  Get it because you know its coming.  .penis that is

ModernLights.com  Home and landscape lighting has started to surge lately. It IS dark half the day.  There is also home decor.  And soon you’ll be able to say, I’m so old I remember when there was an actual light bulb.

Truggy.com  The kind of names that I’ve been buying and selling for years

Random Fact: One-half of one-half divided by one-half is one-half

8F.net   How’s this for comps?    3E.net just sold last week for $2,800, and the only two-character .net domain sales in 2013 per NameBio are 9A.net at $3,850,I9.net at $3,000, X7.net at $4,888, and R3.net at $2,201.

TravelForLess.com  18 years old.  People love to travel but not everyone can afford it.  Help them travel.  Of course become rich while doing it

GreatSpeakers.com  My favorite class in college was called Great Speakers and Speeches. And not because it was an easy A if you came to class.  Would make a nice speaker booking site. 18 years old

Weijing.com   First name, Asian, buy it

RJBI.com  Good letter and the I for International opens it up to a lot of companies

Microwaved.com    How a single guys food is mostly cooked.  Microwave cooking site?

OldPal.com   Makes me think of my dog.  And I don’t even HAVE a dog

BootyShots.com Not sure what you’ll do with the name but please invite me to the beta test

Launchable.com  So many uses.  Venture capital, kickstarter,  any startup related business

HAVE A NAME AT AUCTION OR FOR SALE? Let me help you get more bidders and more views to your domain. Also Now Taking Names for next week’s DomainShane Book of 10. 10 Names that will be showcased here and on the top of Domaining.com every Friday. contact me for price and availability.

*All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission (click through and purchase a name you like) or 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.

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5 comments

  1. Ronny

    I’m not sure how you came up with 300000 searches per month. Google keyword planner shows 33100 per month exact match?

  2. Clay Burt

    Shane, since you have bought and sold lots of brandables especially 5L’s, do you mind sharing how you plan to flip them? If you were to buy Truggy or any name like that, would you have a plan to develop it, market it somehow, or wait for someone to type it in looking to see if it is available? Other options?

    Just wondering because I had a name in DomainSherpa’s brandable review and basically I was wondering how other people were planning to move those names so I could get more ideas for mine 🙂

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