Has anyone tried SkimDaddy?

I got an email over the weekend about a new service called SkimDaddy – a Chrome Extension that can add what looks likes a truckload of data to Go Daddy auctions. I haven’t tried it yet but here’s a quick look at what the extension would look like when installed:

skim-daddy

At first glance it looks pretty cool, but it’s priced at $349/month which in my book means it better add a TON of value to justify the cost. There’s a 14-day free trial so I’ll probably take it for a spin but I thought I’d see if any of my readers had taken it for a spin first and had any feedback, good or bad?

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  • Patricia Kaehler October 12, 2016, 11:39 pm

    I’ve never heard of it…
    It sounds like something that would be of interest – not at that price though…
    I’ll be anxious to hear what you, and other think after using it…
    ~Patricia Kaehler — Ohio USA — DomainBELL
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  • Joseph Peterson October 13, 2016, 12:23 am

    Cool idea. But that price point won’t work in this space. Domainers who can afford $350 per month can afford their own programmer.

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  • Bram October 13, 2016, 3:58 am

    $349 sounds like a reasonable price… per year. That would be around $29/month. I don’t think any domain investor would want to pay more for what’s basically a simple browser extension for Godaddy auctions with some improved search functionalities.

    What would be more interesting is some extension that combines data from all the major marketplaces.. Godaddy, Sedo, Afternic,… But even an extension like that wouldn’t be worth $349/month. Protrada for example had something similar going on at a much lower price point ($450/year if I recall correctly) and their business model failed.

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  • Paul October 13, 2016, 2:54 pm

    Looks like $100 per month or less, depending upon package.

    https://skimdaddy.com/pricing

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    • Bram October 15, 2016, 11:42 am

      They changed pricing…

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      • Rob L January 3, 2019, 4:46 pm

        …and then they went down altogether?

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