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Daily Domain Picks 6-15-19

Daily Domain Picks 6-15-19

Melatonin.de was the top sale on Friday at $16,678. JS98.com was second at $10,044 great price for a LLNN. Popular in China, JS is a higher selling prefix with this category of name.

Top sales/closes from yesterday:

*data courtesy of Namebio

Go Daddy Auction Picks 6-15-19 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com

3196.com
BrainsLabs.com
BrilliantBroker.com
ClassroomBox.com
CryptoArrow.com
DataAlliance.com
DeepFrog.com
DVIW.com
EarlyCamp.com
ExpressPenguin.com
FrontlineLab.com
GoldenServices.com
GOZL.com
GraphicLTD.com
HiringLoop.com
IMKF.com
KXTO.com
LaptopGo.com
MustangGames.com
Neighbors.me
NURZ.com
OpenGenerator.com
PrestigeEdge.com
QUMM.com
SpectraHub.com
SuccessDesigns.com
TBMD.com
TUJZ.com
VOOK.com
WeRush.com
WeTrace.com
WiseTags.com

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Daily Domain Picks 6-15-19

 TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 6-15-19 Melatonin.de was the top sale on Friday at $16,678. JS98.com was second at $10,044 great price for a LLNN. Popular in China, JS is a higher selling prefix with this category of name. Top sales/closes from yesterday: melatonin.de 16,678 USD 2019-06-14 Sedo js98.com 10,044 USD 2019-06-14 DropCatch holywater.c...

Gas, fart and monkeys : #UDRP against FartMonkeyGarage .com by #Discovery channel associates

 DomainGang.com: A production company that’s the focus of the Discovery Channel series Fast N’ Loud, claimed rights to the GAS MONKEY GARAGE mark, and filed a UDRP. The domain under flatulent fire: FartMonkeyGarage.com. Its owners created it to display humorous content and to sell t-shirts. From the case’s particulars it’s evi...

Project #TransAtlantic : No, your ccTLD #domain is not safe if you sell #counterfeit goods

 DomainGang.com: Many cybercriminals believe that they can evade the long arm of the FBI and the Homeland Security Investigations department, by switching from a .com domain, to a ccTLD. Luckily, this is not the case. Selling counterfeit goods hurts the global economy to the tune of billions of dollars every year, and that’s why operations base...

167 Domain Discoveries for June 15th

 NameBio.com: Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 167 domains for sale with histo...

$223k in Sales on June 14th – Melatonin.de sold for $16,678 – Daily Market Report

 NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was Melatonin.de which sold for $16,678 at Sedo. NameBio recorded 362 sales $100+ for a total of $190,202 with an average sale price of $525. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 4% in the number of sales and the total dollar amount increased by 21%. We also recorded an additional 1,360 sales ...

IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, June 15th

 DSAD.com:  Not a fun day today. I’m going to the funeral for my cousins 6 month old daughter that died from SIDS. There’s not much in this world that’s shittier than babies dying.  So have a better day than me, I’ll live vicariously through all of you. And don’t let this short post be a sour start to your day;  be...

The Pros and Cons of Listing a Domain for Different Prices

Today: I Got Incredibly Lucky With A Domain Name / How to sell a L-L.co or N-N.co / RogersMushrooms.com sold for $7,600 / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today!

NamesCon Global 2020 Venue in Austin Texas – Will you be attending Namscon Global in Austin, Texas this coming up Jan. 2020? What are your thoughts so far about the new location and who are you hoping to meet there?

Just Sold A Domain!! – Nice! I love hearing about new domain investors getting their feet wet and making a profitable sale. Congrats to this domain investors and their success.

I Got Incredibly Lucky With A Domain Name – Have you ever done day’s of research and data crunching to find a domain available at an unbelievably low price that you couldn’t resist to acquire? This domain investors believes that they did just that.

RogersMushrooms.com sold for $7,600 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a fifteen-letter, two-word, .com domain for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

How to sell a L-L.co or N-N.co – Do you own any L-L or N-N (3-character) .co ccTLD domains? Ever sold one? How did that go and what steps took place that led to the sale? Check out what other domain investors are saying.

The Pros and Cons of Listing a Domain for Different Prices – Have you ever listed a domain name at different prices on different marketplaces at the same time? Did that help or hurt your sales potential? Take a look at what some domain investors think.

The post The Pros and Cons of Listing a Domain for Different Prices appeared first on Domaining Tips.

Why is Mike Mann so harsh with #GoDaddy?

Domain entrepreneur, Mike Mann, is an out-of-the-box thinker, and most definitely outspoken. The founder of Phone.com, DomainMarket and the Make Change! Trust has openly criticized GoDaddy for their off-target domain valuations. Mike calls the GoDaddy app a “scambot,” and provides proof of it by sharing domain sales data. In recent days, Mike Mann invited GoDaddy […]

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One and two word available names 6/14/19

Available Names courtesy of Scott from Say Domains

dockcat
birddeck
matchcure
meetvine
selfchair
turboflag
craftmarker
blanketkit
divetel
zoomegg
betajar
chordtec
toolpipe
kayakstream
yardmode
limetab
riverdevil
linkaccent
preptea
curelock
gridpeek
porchtec
gemfixer
bedzip
alerttip
prosepal
pathrush
typeowl
hopebud
ringflip
astrodraw
bootloft
rangechef
sunigniter
pushwheel
callmogul
logoguild
safedevil
footbelt
pestden
zapvibe
boatqueen
tappanel
driphawk
posttopics
harborace
maphandy
doorbarn
blanketpad
beltfly
labtent
textwaves
quietjam
railhop
minihandbook
inkhands
heartsharp
chartden
snackpen
clientpeak
freshbuster
nailcup
arcfilter
sinkfox
liftfish
exgloryswaydeck.com
grimpath.com
poemhead.com
leadrim.com
lashlike.com
ampdrone.com
buggypal.com
damworks.com
citespy.com
moodova.com
wallfern.com
lionfont.com
tidybib.com
wokera.com
tangopan.com
girdless.com
shineact.com
shakyleg.com
tinyhex.com
tailjet.com
felttag.com
wirechop.com
mathrate.com
semitask.com
bidlemon.com
porchden.com
crowskin.com
yeptag.com
hueshack.com
knifeace.com
semipar.com
saucefix.com
flickpit.com
towpan.com
tallcoat.com
oratela.com
poloray.com
cameravi.com
slipwide.com
roofglue.com
hallrack.com
tinyrug.com
zensalsa.com
shotwhiz.com

budlip.com
clicheman.com
hairdart.com
glowknob.com
curlace.com
minirule.com
unreplace.com
flatkeep.com
loadstove.com
ensuretext.com
swampchef.com
acerim.com
dubroot.com
direfuture.com
babynozzle.com
testaria.com
crambus.com
spotfeeder.com
rankcab.com
datalunge.com
inspun.com
tramplight.com
ovatee.com
closeface.com
codalight.com
trendysuit.com
burnyear.com
tubefolder.com
hubpike.com
pumae.com
coalcannon.com
infozonal.com
crewload.com
watershout.com
scanuse.com
portcue.com
lowspike.com
medicwolf.com
sobuggy.com
soldasset.com
loadporter.com
areaspice.com
slingsavvy.com
undertent.com
blowfox.com
carshelves.com
reflexbuy.com

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The Pros and Cons of Listing a Domain for Different Prices

 Domaining Tips: Today: I Got Incredibly Lucky With A Domain Name / How to sell a L-L.co or N-N.co / RogersMushrooms.com sold for $7,600 / And more! Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today! NamesCon Global 2020 Venue in Austin Texas – Will you be attending Namscon Global in Austin, […] The post The Pr...

AUCTION RECAP OF JUNE 13, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on June 13, 2019.

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

Other Names at Auction

CountryProperty.com    Ends today.  Last chance to get a piece of the country

Ended unsold at $2,788

TA6.com   Reserve under $100 and it gets 5000 plus monthly visits

At 210 EUR with 3 days left

DigitalPlayer.com Still at $100 but met reserve

At $110 with 15 hours left

OWMI.com  Met reserve at $400

At $410 with a day left

GoDaddy Names at Auction

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Namejet Names at Auction

cfoc.com $1,550
demillus.com $1,509
86313.com $1,500
cocktails.org $1,245
olove.com $950
SeeHawaiiLive.com $860
61884.com $810
62070.com $800
intelliscape.com $758
eurofilm.com $750

 

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Clothing company fails to upgrade domain name through UDRP

Clothing company goes after shorter domain name through UDRP.

Image of LittleJonesiesCo.com website showing kids clothes

This clothing company tried to upgrade its domain from LittleJonesiesCo.com to LittleJonesies.com through UDRP. It failed.

A kids and women’s clothing company has lost a cybersquatting dispute against the domain LittleJonesies.com, which is owned by someone with the last name Jones.

The Complainant, Little Jonesies LLC, uses the domain name LittleJonesiesCo.com.

David Jones of Idaho registered the domain in January 2016.

Little Jonesies LLC filed trademarks for the term in 2017 but claimed first use in commerce of 2015.

Interestingly, the company didn’t register its own domain name until April 2016, after LittleJonesies.com was registered. It might have just been using third-party ecommece platforms like Etsy without its own domain name.

In its complaint, the clothing seller didn’t address the fact that the registrant’s last name is Jones, which is a decent tip-off that it might have rights or legitimate interests in the domain.

Jones didn’t make a formal reply in the case but said he registered the domain with plans to start a business. He could have just as easily said he registered it because he has kids and it would suffice as a legitimate interest.

The Complainant also failed to provide any evidence that the domain was used in bad faith. It resolved to an error page at the time the complaint was filed.

Panelist David H. Bernstein did not consider reverse domain name hijacking. Thorpe North & Western LLP represented the Complainant.

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Namecheap Introduces “Beast Mode”

Namecheap sent out a press release this morning introducing a new bulk domain name search tool that the company says could help domain investors. The tool is called “Beast Mode,” and it is bill as “one of the fastest and most comprehensive bulk-search tools on the market.” Users can search up to 5,000 keywords at […]



Why is Mike Mann so harsh with #GoDaddy?

 DomainGang.com: Domain entrepreneur, Mike Mann, is an out-of-the-box thinker, and most definitely outspoken. The founder of Phone.com, DomainMarket and the Make Change! Trust has openly criticized GoDaddy for their off-target domain valuations. Mike calls the GoDaddy app a “scambot,” and provides proof of it by sharing domain sales data....

One and two word available names 6/14/19

 TLDInvestors.com: Available Names courtesy of Scott from Say Domains dockcat birddeck matchcure meetvine selfchair turboflag craftmarker blanketkit divetel zoomegg betajar chordtec toolpipe kayakstream yardmode limetab riverdevil linkaccent preptea curelock gridpeek porchtec gemfixer bedzip alerttip prosepal pathrush typeowl hopebud ringflip astrodraw...

Beast Mode by #Namecheap delivers new #domain bulk search tool

Namecheap is “only” the second biggest retail registrar in the world, but they want to get to the top. That’s right, Namecheap is hungry like a “beast” to become the #1 domain registrar, by providing valuable domain-related services. A new domain search tool by Namecheap, operating in “beast mode” is aptly named, Beast Mode domain […]

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Poll: Will You Attend NamesCon Global in Austin?

Yesterday, NamesCon announced the dates for the 2020 NamesCon Global conference in Austin, Texas. The annual conference will take place January 26-29. This is the first year NamesCon Global will not be held in Las Vegas, where it has been held since its inception. I did not buy my conference pass yet, but I plan […]



Daily Domain Picks 6-14-19

Daily Domain Picks 6-14-19

AiSoft.com was the top close on Thursday, I was watching this one go back and forth betweeen bidder 8 and bidder 2. They went back and forth for over an hour and it closed at $10,000.

Top sales/closes from yesterday:

*data courtesy of Namebio

Go Daddy Auction Picks 6-14-19 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com

AllYourMoney.com
AncientTechnology.com
ApacheGo.com
AskExpress.com
AugmentedFest.com
BoatBee.com
BrandsLogic.com
CoinTogether.com
CreatorsPulse.com
DesignYourSpace.com
DropEagle.com
DubaiFinancial.com
EducationFresh.com
EnergyDuck.com
EtherViewer.com
ExcelCrowd.com
ExpressCast.com
ForkliftTraining.com
FoundersLaunch.com
GolfingGo.com
GotJobs.com
GXQB.com
HonestGoose.com
HoneyInsider.com
IROL.com
JustAgriculture.com
LaptopTube.com
ManyAds.com
MapHeroes.com
MeadowCompany.com
MedicareSystem.com
MerchantEdge.com
PollenStorm.com
PRKF.com
RankBees.com
Related.org
ReviveCore.com
SEOTechniques.com
SmarterGift.com
SportPioneers.com
StormRush.com
SwarmHub.com
SwipeGeek.com
Tascan.com
TideGo.com
TokenSonar.com
TrueInteriors.com
TrueLighting.com
UAEDaily.com
UZLX.com
VDIO.com
WULQ.com
YNAQ.com
YNEQ.com

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Sponsored.Link – Durelo.com for sale at BrandBucket

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NamePros Auction Picks 06-14-19 Powered by NamePros Marketplace

Disclaimer: All domain investing is highly speculative, you may never sell a domain you purchase. A mention here is not a recommendation or solicitation to purchase, do your own research and stick to a budget.

Become a better domain name investor with Efty. Sign up here

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DigitalTown let its domain names expire

Company drops new top level domains as it becomes a shell company.

DigitalTown SEC filing image

DigitalTown, Inc. filed its delayed 10-K yesterday. It covers the fiscal year ending February 28, 2019.

The annual report discloses that the Company is no longer acquiring or renewing its domain name portfolio. It had $0 in renewal fees during the fiscal year, so many of these domains have already expired. At one point, it had 13,000 .city domain names.

DigitalTown also appears to have wound down most of its “Domain Marketing Development Obligations” in which new top level domain registries paid DigitalTown to register their domain names.

The company has sold off all of its revenue-generating assets and is effectively a shell company. It owes lots of money to creditors, which it hopes to pay off with nearly worthless stock. Shares (OTC: DGTW) last traded yesterday at $.0006. (Hey, it was up 50% on the day!)

Many of the acquisitions the company made in recent years were paid with stock. Assuming the owners didn’t liquidate this stock earlier, they have been wiped out.

 

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