Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday June 19th

Jun 19 2017

Escrow.com

“Really Shane?  Unacceptable post in a sales thread”  I had a comment deleted at Namepros and this was the reason. It got me laughing.    Evidently my snarky response on Namepros was unprofessional and I admit it probably was.   I made a bid and the person said thank you but no thank you. They were in no hurry to sell the name.  I responded with something along the lines that “Sorry, I thought the 140 bumps indicated you might be”  Here was an email I got

“The best way to determine whether your post is off topic is to ask yourself, “If I found this page from a search engine, would I expect and want to read what is posted or what I’m about to post?” If not, then it may not be posted there. However, it may be appropriate for you to create a new thread for your post instead”

Again, I’m not stating that my response was not wrong.  It was a quick hit and out.  But you think a search engine wants to see a thread with 40 bumps?  And I am not exaggerating, it had 3 pages of bumps.  If the person is not wanting to sell the name quickly I would think one, maybe two, pages of bumps would be enough to gauge interest.  I also made a mistake of mentioning what he paid.  Even though its public info I didn’t need to make it harder on him to sell the name.  Again, all just a bunch of not thinking this was a public thread not an email exchange.

I’m not saying that my comments are right.  It’s only that I have trouble sifting through all the bumps to get to the meat and I let my frustration come through in my response.   I should be mature enough to go 2 or three pages deep into a thread, past all the bumps.  Especially if I like the name.  But evidently I’m not and I can’t.   I’m working on it with my therapist right now.  He got me past the non capitalized names at Godaddy.  He’ll get me past the bumps at Namepros.

On a better note.  There’s a new DomainSherpa today   Some great cryptocurrency talk to go along with the normal domain banter.  Hope you get something out of it.  Entertaining if nothing else. Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day:  “When you make a mistake, there are only three things you should ever do about it: 1. Admit it. 2. Learn from it, and 3. Don’t repeat it. -Bear Bryant  “

Domain of the Day:  EatSoon.com  LazyFind.com and 109 other dot coms for under $20

Double Domain of the Day:   Wife.io     No reserve, currently  at $160    Most of the men I know have had a wife or two so lots of uses here

Namejet Auctions 

 

Swallow.com  I don’t think I’m going to have enough cash but going to bid on this one. So many different uses

DTTD.com    Nice Palindrome.     Over $2K but my guess that reserve would be in the 3K range

XXWW.com Closing today.  Chinese AABB pattern

FlatTax.org   No bidders.  A platform for a lot of politicians.  1996 original registration

DustPan.com   Officially a two worder but I think of it as a one word brand because I say it quickly

Conjuring.com   Conjuring up a pretty good price

FlatsInLondon.com   London flat prices are crazy expensive.  But this domain isn’t.  No bidders

TheSuperior.com   Good marketing name for a company called Superior something

DPNW.com  W for Worldwide.  A CHiP but top tier Western letters as well

LUBB.com   maybe a pronounceable.    But I actually like it

Toil.com    Top name, look at all the bidders

Sedo Auctions

Can.com  and a bunch of solid names at the Great Domains Auction Going on Now

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Potware.com   Software for the cannabis industry

XSS.org   15 years old and met reserve.   Cross-Site Scripting, or an Experimental Space Station

js3333.com  I actually thought this would go for $5K.  Chinese gambling name that we probably get put to use

NWGardening.com   Of course I’m partial to gardening names.    Pacific NW is the gardening mecca of the US

MyCigar.com   Cigar smoking has taken a big hit over the year but Cuba may bring it back and all things come and go.  Buy the low

AllNatural.org    Natural and dot org go together like peas and carrots

FlyOne.com   Memorable travel brand .  16 years old

InternetMarketingTraining.com   It’s a real job and there are quite a bit of them right now

SocialMediaStrategist.com   What you become if you finish the above

LazyTime.com   We all look forward to it.  Some live it

uBroker.com   There are more things to broker besides domain names.

0018.cc    My daily NNNN.cc over $300

DroneCup.com   Already exist but not officially until they own this domain

FindMeOnline.com  Better name than   ZoomInfo

 

Domains That I Like With One or No Bid

WristRight.com.com With all the new watches out the wrist is the new area of focus

Titty.tv Primetime lineup 7pm: Titty titty Bang Bang 8pm This is Bust 9 pm Law and Order: STV (Special Titty Unit)

LeaveYourShoesOn.com I would use this as my marketing name for Preferred Security

InternetStock.com Not sure what I would use it for but I feel like its gotta have a good use

MagicCloset.com Entire businesses are built around just organizing closets

AfterGrind.com Sounds like a tech or startup to me. But that’s just me because nobody has bid

Moms.biz Moms are a big biz

ImAPussy.com I’m buying this for someone you all know

GetBroke.com And you may if you buy too many non coms

EndofNever.com We’ve reached it. Things are happening that people said would never happen in their lifetime

SecondEngine.com As the old saying goes, two engines are better than one. Although that might not be the saying

Phelo.com Not too bad of a 5L.com for $12

Defyn.com Misspelling that startups love. And short

XEXL.com Extra Large. Quite a few private listings today of LLLL.com but I don’t like most of them. Bad acronym letters and I don’t like O at the end because it usually means organization and then dot org makes more sense

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

27l.net
38k3.com
877871.com
ActioNaidIreland.org
AjaxDaddy.com
AJXP.com
BitsOfTheBurgh.com
Boaparamim.com
CapitalPrime.com
ConstitutionMaking.org
DrOrtho.com
DrumarJohnsonSchool.com
DXJO.com
EmailReports.com
FTCL.net
GameFitnessWear.com
GoForHyips.com
Hcsys.com
HerXeber.com
HowTobeAGoodServer.com
HunterCafe.com
iSelfStorage.com
Jukpop.com
Kanqite.com
KingCountyFerries.org
LTCFnet
Makat.org
MammothSunshineVillage.com
ManorFieldPrimarySchool.com
MichiganGreen.com
NewsTrendz.net
OICWeave.org
OriginalChurch.org
OxfordSquareApartments.net
PeopleForPeople.com
QQGee.com
RevolutionRestaurant.com
sabayabaghdad.com
ShaleJobs.com
SPXFeldhouse.com
Tancpa.com
TechMindsNet.net
Tekinc.com
TheAudienceBroadway.com
TheGeminiWeb.com
TheSunglassesBoutique.com
TimAdkins.com
TimesCommunity.com
Tumtop.com
umomy.com
VillaVenus.com
VRGangs.com
WallDentistry.com
WSPoker.com
XRVX.com
XYTL.net

Flippa Names

AustinGuide.net  VRPages.net   and 98 other dot nets for $1

NamePros Names I Like

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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2 comments

  1. Ategy

    What actually brought me to my first domain 18 years ago was my DJ / Club Music community .. at it’s peak 15 years ago there were 35k+ members. So I can tell from first hand experience how tough it is to find the right balance between openness and freedom of expression .. and adding rules to make things more functional and friendly to as many people as possible. The reality is that it can never be perfect.

    That being said .. I do find that sometimes they are a little aggressive with moving/closing .. or sometimes feel like they didn’t truly understand the post/thread before taking action. It is a huge forum though .. I think it has more to do with lack of time / human resources than maliciousness. That being said on my original that being said .. in this specific case .. you were clearly in the wrong .. bad Shane! lol

    I’m pretty sure they could make a little “bump” hack .. just a little button at the bottom that shows up to the original poster after the allowed “bump time”. Pressing said button would effectively bump the thread without physically posting. That could have a couple of back-end technical issues but a much less back-end messy solution would simply for the button to automatically post a “Bump” .. and more importantly simultaneously deleting any previous “Bump”. I used to do little hacks on my old vB based forum all the time .. it’s been 15 years and they use xF .. but I doubt it would take more than few hours work for someone who knows their way around xF code/templates.

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