Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday April 21st

Apr 21 2017

If you want to see a textbook case of what happens to your business when you let a negative culture develop,  look at Namepros.  Namepros staff is made up of some great people. Eric and James do a great job.  But in 2016 a few individuals started harassing certain posters and creating an us vs them culture at the site. To the point that the negativity at the site drove all the content creators away from the site. They just didn’t want to be attacked every time they posted.  Even long time user Raymond Hackney started to feel that the live chats and forums had gotten a little ugly.   Things have since been rectified and a few people were kicked out of the forum but it hasn’t recovered.  I don’t have traffic numbers but I guarantee its down.  I can’t guarantee it because they are actually up.My apologies  Because so many influencers left the conversation it just isn’t what it was. And the cycle continues.  Because the conversation isn’t interesting people don’t go daily anymore and the conversation diminishes even further.  Again, its not for the lack of hard work of the moderators and staff.  It just happened and what’s done is done.

It’s a reminder for all business owners how important it is to rid the bad apples before they spoil the bunch. Its why the saying even exists. Because they will.  Negativity is a pile on and it wreaks havoc and moves on.  Leaving the leftovers behind.  Things don’t all have to be rainbows and unicorns.  But lack of transparency and control will always open things up for problems.  There is no way to control shadows.  Nobody wants to enter a room with shadows and uncertainty except on Halloween.   Here are today’s names   Click for Current Price

 

 

Quote Of The Day  ” To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable  -Oscar Wilde”

Domain Of The Day:  WCTH.com Great letters and met reserve at $1K

 

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

163789.com    Looks like a normal 6N.com to me. Price says its special

800080.com   I think this is a nicer name but price says otherwise.  #alwayslearning

FashionTribe.com    Nice fashion blog name. Everyone likes to pick teams

WebTurtle.com    Another name for Register.com. Takes them FOREVER to get things done

InkStains.com   We all have had them.  We all know them

Anlab.com  Originally registered 22 years ago.  Gets traffic and a few entities share the name

SAV.cc    LLL.cc are assets.  No opinion there

Sheshu.com   Means ” a girl’s shoe” in Japanese.  And I made that up.  At $600 plus at press time

3JA.com   You won’t go wrong with NLL.coms based on the past 3 years

DogExchange.com     I picture something at the gas station like the propane tank for my grill.  27 bids

PotLucker.com   2,000 plus monthly visits according to GD

TattooRescue.com  Tattoo removal company.  It seemed like an OK idea at the time

GreenFacility.com      Canna or organic..or both

NNXU.com and NUZS.com   A few LLLL.com for you to peruse

Domains That One or No Bids

Zuxy.com fake CVCV.com but getting some action

BuckandBass.com Nice hunting or outdoor name for $12. No bids

Carcepts.com Not a great name but I see this type of name coming through Josh’s BIN sales all the time

Tokeri.com Canna name ?

BeetPowder.com No bids but a lot of ads for exact match

Mojart.com Decent sounding brand. Used to be a mail service so gets some traffic

LasVegasPower.com Solar name for $12. 16 years old

PortableFeast.com No bids. 15 years old. Food on the go

HipNode.com Nice little tech name. And easy to spell. At least for someone with a brain

TaffyFactory.com Upgrade name for a couple of cavity creators. No bids

LearnWhileDoing.com Love the concept

GrowingElements.com Canna growing name. Gets a little traffic. 13 years old

CreativeFly.com We still doing fly names?

RoseBlade.com No bidders. Surname and a lot of Google results

BottleReturn.com All my Pac Man money was made by returning bottles in Texas

ChainTech.org Blockchain gives this a little value IMO. Nobody agrees

SkyHighLabs.com This absolutely needs to be a Colorado canna company

VeganBaby.org Upsets me just thinking about it

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

7gofri.net
Academic-Writing.net
AquiAutos.com
ArtCenterTraverseCity.com
Bartholome.com
BiztelGlobalHosting.com
BrocadeNashville.com
CharlotteHouses.com
ChicagoInvestmentProperties.com
CorporateOmbudsman.net
DDGD.net
DiscOverbar.com
DreamVest.com
EveParkSlaw.com
FindBestScentedCandles.net
FindYourMissingChild.org
FlaskBox.com
Folderol.org
GameHappyWheels.com
GrueNewElle.org
HolidayGiving.org
HomeworkHelpdesk.org
HSNTX.org
InsiderWealthAlert.com
kcbdesign.com
KM9.net
LearnWiz.com
LindiesFurniture.info
LittleNaturalCottage.com
LocksmithRichmond.com
Makedas.com
MeisterPro.com
MyGroupEnergy.com
MySmallWonder.com
ndgga.org
NewMexicom.com
NGFD.net
OurCraftsNThings.com
Papparoti.com
PeregrineHouse.com
Pist.net
PNCarenatickets.com
PodiatristChoice.com
Preign.com
ProtectMyTown.com
QuitSmokingTips.org
Regreg.com
RetailRush.com
RidgefieldCasket.com
RiseGlobal.org
Rivonet.info
Robertmball.com
SacramentoDentalCare.com
Scalpease.com
SequentialPulpComics.com
siaf-china.com
SilverBandSoftware.com
SlotsCasinoBonus.com
SmartCater.com
SonarCare.com
SoupsOnRotary.com
SRIV.com
SRJunior.com
TBJX.net
TBoextra.com
TCVB.org
Tekswag.com
TheKLTFactor.com
TictacTotally.com
TileZone.info
TongaRugbyUnion.net
Topbdsmvids.com
TownsHistory.org
Trapmuzik.com
uagbi.org
Uberseo.com
Uliatlantaawards.com
UnionRepublic.com
UnityCash.com
WagnerElectric.net
Wetcc.org
WetCity.org
Work-Club.com
XTendbarreworkout.com
YorOffer.com

Namejet Auction

ChainLocks.com    For bikes, gates and more.  Nothing beats a great quality chain lock to protect your stuff.  Google it

EmploymentBenefits.com    My wife’s entire job is to manage these.  Must be something important.  64 bids

FitnessAcademy.net   12 bidders.   As popular as any business in the world in January

SalsPizza.com  We talk about this on Monday’s DomainSherpa.  Mike still hasn’t gotten down the timing of these things.  Half the names end after we talk about them.  Upgrade name for all the Sal’s Pizza places

FreeNumerology.com   If you followed the Chinese market last year you learned about numerology

CAYA.com     The kind of CVCV that has been doing very well

CannabisGrowingGuide.com  Long but good keywords for Google

TheNorthShore.com    “The” works here.  Not A north shore but THE

Bookmarker.com   Of course Bookmark is much much better.  But not too bad

Soopa.com  I like this one for the right price

LMAA.com   Take advantage of the vowel discount before its completely gone

Sedo Great Domains Auction

Cuts.com   14 bids in the first day.  I think meat and Band-Aids

1678.net  The reserve is low so it is going to sell

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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13 comments

    1. Josh E

      I think they can still be renewed or transferred until the completion of the auction, or single bid pre-release. I assume Sal’s was renewed, since it’s sitting at a high bid of $200 and in the “wish list” category.

  1. Eric Lyon

    Some clarification:

    NamePros implemented Expectations for Respect and Constructiveness guidelines in January, 2015. We expect all members to behave professionally and present their opinions maturely, without invoking hostility or aggression, and without antagonizing others. We strictly enforce these expectations, and they are considered as significant as any other rule.

    NamePros moderators investigate matters like this and take immediate actions on accounts found in violation of the rules. If at any time you experience a situation that you reported and a moderator did not assist you in resolving it, please contact me directly so I can investigate the matter.

    In regards to NamePros traffic and use:

    We have more top domainers on the website than ever before. We’ve also had more unique visitors the last few months than any month in 2016. We had more than 158,000 individual people visit last month: https://www.namepros.com/a/2017/04/72855_7b5cd55fde0ac6f7962f4f54f8131ad3.png

    If anyone needs assistance, please use the report feature on NamePros. For matters regarding moderators or more serious offenses, please report those to me directly via direct message (DM) or via email to my first name at namepros.com.

  2. Jonathan

    I love Namepros and have never been attacked. Bloggers have to have a thicker skin because they’re in the public eye and prone to criticism.

    This post comes across as an exaggeration. There are countless content creators on Namepros: Michael Gilmour, Raymond Hackney, Ron Jackson, so on… I know one or two stopped posting but “drove all the content creators away” is insulting to the majority that are still there, your fellow bloggers.

    DSAD is one of my favorite blogs… I read every article and wish you would post there again because your witty posts were a highlight.


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      ShaneCultra

      Jonathan,

      I appreciate the comment. Other than Raymond, who are the bloggers that participate each day again? We all respond to things relating to us but when is the last time a blogger started a thread? Again, I’m not saying bloggers are special. Anyone can blog. And all my posts are exaggeration.

      1. Jonathan

        I’ve never seen bloggers participate daily on a forum… don’t they have their own businesses and blogs to write for? I commented on when you said they all were drove away.

  3. Jonathan

    Shane why do I have to reload this post multi-times for new comments to show up? Your reply wasn’t showing until I held the refresh button. Travis, help!

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