Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, January 19th, 2018

Jan 19 2018

Escrow.com

I would like to announce I will be leaving DSAD.com today and Josh and Travis will be taking over.  It’s healthy to get away from everything routine and step out and experience new things.  No. I’m not leaving DSAD for good. Just for a week or two.  For 9 years I have worked every single day. Either at the nursery or with domaining.   I am going to try and do neither for a little while.  Because the last time I didn’t work at all, I felt a recharge and a new outlook that was amazing. The first time I noticed how quickly you can change as a person with a simple experience was Mt. Rainer.  It was difficult, exciting, dangerous, and fulfilling.   I was away from work for only 4 days but I came back a new person.  I came back with no fear of heights.  I was deathly afraid of heights to the point I couldn’t ride a carousel, but I lost it after a trip to the mountain when I realized I just needed some action to remind me that I was safe.  On the mountain its a clip. On a tall building I just feel the window.  I had never liked coffee but on the mountain that was your only choice for hot beverage and all of a sudden it was pretty good. I have had a coffee every morning since.  I was also reminded how good people are.  I hiked up there with complete strangers.  Smiling, laughing, and only paying attention to safety.  Everything else was careless.   I was so busy and enjoying the time I forgot about the world.  Nothing mattered but that particular time.  And it was exhilarating. And when it was over I loved everything I had in my life that much more.

The partnership with the other three guys have given me a life. Some personal freedom.  Freedom to go on my trips.  To spend more time with friends and family.  Now I have people to bounce things off.  We can combine efforts so things aren’t as hard. Working with the DSAD team has reminded me that alone I am one,  but with a team you can be a 10.  I’ve added three great friends.  Met three people with drastically different personalities and skills and yet they all are rockstars in their expertise.  Learning to work as a team has its challenges.  Josh and I have had some great yelling matches with him being right almost every time.  There is a reason that many bloggers work alone.  One, the income isn’t really there to split up.  Two, the drive that makes a blogger successful often makes them impossible to work with.  They can’t give up the reigns. It’s their baby.  The problem with being a one man show is your site them becomes only as good as you are on that day.  You can see the slumps in content when other things going on.  The articles become one paragraph, copy and paste, or rehash of other people’s work.  It’s tough because it really never ends. You never get a break without your site suffering.  People only come back for new stuff.  The day after you wrote your article you’re only as good as your next one. With partners, there is always someone to step in and share the duties.

And while I’m thankful, I want to also thank Francois Carillo.  He and I have been partners for 9 years at Domaining.com.  I don’t own Domaining.com but we are still partners.  It’s the ultimate partnership.  We both survive without each other but we are much better off working together.  The 1 is one but 2 is 4 as mentioned above.  He was the ONLY one that helped me out in the beginning.  He even was my first sponsor and gave me money to keep going when nobody would advertise.  I found my “thing” in these lists and he supported me all the way.  Without him, I wouldn’t have met Aaron, the Josh, then Travis and all the above wouldn’t be. He gave me something to work hard for. And for that I will always be thankful.

So I’m off for another great journey.  Hoping to see and learn some new things.  Hoping to come back a better man than I left.  I love my family and friends but the goal of a great adventure is to become immersed and in the moment and take it all in.  The only way for me to do that is to get away from everything that is the norm.  I don’t always have to risk my life like climbing mountains but I do have be uncomfortable.  You all know I like uncomfortable.   So I will be back in a week or two.  The list and site should be better without me when I’m gone.  Enjoy NamesCon and make sure to say Hi to Josh, Aaron, and Travis who will all be there.  Buy them a drink for me and let them know you appreciate them.  I know I do.  Take care. Here are today’s names. They don’t work if you don’t click on them

 

Quote of the Day:  “Get up, show up and you’ll be fine”  -what I tell my kid all the time in the morning

Domain of the Day: CoinBunny.com   I would hop all over this one

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

CaramelVodka.com  Sounds absolutely delicious.  One bidder

CryptoOK.com   Crypto is more than OK right now. High bid isn’t that high for a crypto name

BetterShoes.com   Great marketing name for a company that thinks they have some

LibertyBelle.com   The name of a super hero in DC comics and the name of a famous Aircraft carrier.  1997 birthday

WLNN.com   Great letters and reserve seems fair so we may see a sale here today

LasVegas.ws  HUGE keywords, bad tld

Printland.com  Sound like a program that came on a floppy disk but still a nice brand

FutureIdeas.com    Will be a whole site of non disclosure forms

UComply.com   Great name to sell those work posters everyone hangs in the break room

LiftTrucks.com   Lots of people own these and even more rent for jobs.  Big money if you’re in the business

NNKC.com  Kansas City.   Home of Bo Jackson when he played baseball.  And ribs… and probably a few other things

TokenTrade.com   Can’t be too many of these coin swap names

IPPA.com    Ends late tonight and has met reserve.

Detergents.com  I didn’t think this thing would meet reserve in the first day

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

FRCL.com Officially a CHiP but also a Western premium so should hit four figures

AspenLogHomes.com  Aspen, Vail and other parts of Colorado are certainly the epicenter of log home sales

7hz.com   NLL and NNL continue to be four figure names and some of the best are five figure names

Pasoo.com   Nice 5L.com for $12  $20  $40       $50

777c.com  I think you’re going to be be surprised at this price

d6h.com   These next four are all $300 to $500 names.  Have been for years
d7h.com
d8n.com
d9n.com

HostingCatalog.com  One million backlinks on this one is probably what’s driving the price.  Hosting has a pretty good CPC too

KGLS.com   This one has already hit the four figure mark.  I think the S is a better last letter than L.  More options.  LLLL.com value is all about options

Parently.com    Adding LY to major keywords has been a naming convention for 10 years now. And from all the bids, still in favor

LendingSite.com   So much money in lead gen for mortgages and loans.  This could be pretty good if built out

DonateBloodNow.org  Great cause.  Not sure of resale but cause is good

HydroTrainer.com When you are injured, training in water is one of the best things you can do. Good name for that idea

FinGov.com  Fintech governing?  Has to be four figures for some reason

SOSPlumbing.com Really the only time you call a plumber is when there is an emergency

Lira.org The name of several currencies including Turkey and Syria

 

BlockChain Names:   Biggest portfolio drop in quite a while

BlockChainAccount.com
BlockChainAssets.com
BlockChainBot.com
BlockChainCheck.com
BlockChainDesign.com
blockchainfaq.com
BlockChainFestival.com
BlockChainFinance.com
BlockChainFuture.com
BlockChainHelp.com
BlockChainInsured.com
BlockChainLife.com
BlockChainLoan.com
BlockChainLoans.com
BlockChainMaster.com
BlockChainNet.com
BlockChainOnline.com
BlockChainPolicy.com
BlockChainReview.com
BlockChainServices.com
BlockChainSmart.com

 

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

DXMerchant.com Used to be an e-currency site.  No bids

BrainRecovery.com Would be the buy of the day at $12.  Maybe not the BOTD but a good one

TestYourBrain.com  More of a call to action than a brand but people love to test their smarts

AlmostUgly.com Not sure if there is any value but people will remember.  1998 birthday

WonderStats.com  Stats and data management are ever growing fields with the Internet as our hub

RandolfScott.com When I was younger I would name my company something like this to make it sound old and big

MooseHat.com Memorable and easy logo

Shootsy.com  A few more that you can certainly remember

FlippyFlappy.com This one is fun to say

TradingWindow.com A bit boring and generic but could be a trading platform

ShitTank.com  My favorite new show.  People invest in brand new ICOs and see which one goes broke first

GrinningPig.com  Sounds like a bar or a Bar-B-Que place although the pig probably wouldn’t be grinning there

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

5145.cc
773b.com
9000dj.com
988f.com
992d.com
AdBull.com
ADNMundo.com
ApartmentsFlorida.com
APlusLeads.com
BayViewEvent.com
BeStCloudStorage.net
ChaosScenario.com
CloudyIntegration.com
Coalit.org
Coat315.com
couponiq.com
DarwinaAtHome.org
DelovelyCreative.com
EarthCom.info
FashionStake.com
FlamInia.com
GrandAffairRental.com
JackJob.net
LawyersOnline.org
LetsGo-Hawaii.com
Lira.org
Mckay.co
mcqpro.com
MikesClutter.com
mlmaccelerator.com
myjourneywithcandida.com
NairObits.org
ngebut.net
NSPCA.com
onu-haiti.org
PracticonCatalog.com
Prudent.mobi
RapidNewsNetwork.com
readwithtajweed.com
RealizingYourPotential.com
Rebelink.com
RegNos.com
Riotla.com
RoadToFinancialHealth.com
RockCrok.com
Singldout.com
SinglesInCanada.com
SmartCityAdvisor.com
SmartMoney.me
Soccergp.com
SOSPlumbing.com
StargateGames.com
Stealthelectricbikesusa.com
TenantAssured.com
TheGames8.com
TheOrganicSicilian.com
TheTechCenter.com
TrueTrends.com
Unweb.com
VapeAlert.com
VillageOfWalnut.com
VUN.cc
WelcomeHomeRams.com
WXSay.com

All names chosen by me Shane, or Josh . (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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