Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday November 13th, 2017

Nov 13 2017

Escrow.com

I am half with Drew Rosener when it comes to NamePros.  There are some amazing people on Namepros. Some people that are very good at domain investing. Even more, some of the hardest working domain investors in the world reside there.  I have met some Indian domain investors that have been able to make twice as much as their monthly income in India by flipping lower value (and some high value)  names.  I respect that as much as anyone making hundreds of thousands.   What gets Drew and where I agree are the guesses.  The people that have no real information and just guess.  For every article that uncovers wrongdoing and fraud,  are 100 others that accuse under the guise of opinion.  I think so and so is doing this or this person should have done that. All lacking any background information because they have zero contact with the parties involved.  Like calling a football game from across the street behind a frosted window.

Again, great things have come from Namepros but a lot of hate and hurt comes from there as well.  There is no way to change this other than to grow thick skin.  Mine’s not thick enough yet but getting thicker every year.  Drew is hoping to get some for Hanukkah.

Quote of the Day:  “Don’t tell me what was said about me… Tell me why they were so comfortable to say it to you.”  -Jay-Z

Domain of the Day:  CloudForward.com   the name of a company and a conference so people like the name

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Partnerships.com     Might actually meet reserve

BrightStyle.com  Nice sounding name but I have always liked “bright” name

CoinBusiness.com    The hottest business out there right now

GAZ.cc      LLL.cc have proven to be good investments over the years.  And this one is pronounceable to boot Reserve met at $90

Manhattan.me   Some of the most valuable property in the world.  Reserve me a $100

WinterGear.com   A bit generic but enough business in winter to build a whole business around it

KissMyBlackAss.com  I am sure there are quite a few people that would like to own this one

BrighterTomorrow.com  A positive brand

Celebrated.com    Not sure what to make of this past tense form of the word but people like it

NSWS.com  Great letters.  Four figure name.  Trust me I’m an expert at this 🙂

StaffingTree.com   If trees an lend, they can staff

FashionStream.com   Great name for a video fashion site

Wristband.org    Only one bidder.  I think the name would do well on Google ads.  And there are a lot of them for custom wristbands

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Kryos.com  Upgrade name for a few things.  Nice 5L  from 1995

PrimaryKey.com   Database term but could be a brand as well.  1996 birthday

Tavani.com    A last name and an upgrade name for some entities

StoneSpecialists.com     Great name if you are

Spacios.com   Has bids but I see no more than a misspell of spacious

PlaneStupid.com  54,000 bids and top price on the board

66975.com   Actually this one is a little higher now

K1G.com   A CCC and the postal code in Ottawa Canada

ForeverInked.com    Good name for a tattoo place but an even better name for removal

LGPT.net   gets 2000 visits a month if you believe Godaddy

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

WheelbarrowFreestyle.com  Just saw a video of a guy doing this. I thought it was a joke

BitBasement.com  First bit name I’ve seen with no bids in a while

WoodBit.com  Ok two names

HoneyChow.com  Not a ton of value but I like it as a brand.  No bids

SunManager.com  Solar name with no bids

DesignMyGarden.com  Online landscape design is possible. One bidder

HomeIntruder.com  No bids for this home security name

HangUpAndDrive.com  Great slogan.   It’s not just texting

StorageIllinois.com  We have plenty of storage place in Illinois

StorageCalifornia.com  Probably even more here judging by all the people with garages full of shit

Viraq.com   No bids on this 5L.com

CoinExtractor.com  mining name?

SigmaAcademy.com  Upgrade name for a few companies

 

Other Godaddy Names with Bids

075986.com
323760.com
398678.com
BioCrude.com
BlogZoop.com
CarsProfile.com
ClimerPhotography.com
ClinicalTrialConnection.net
CostofQuality.com
DanceForKids.com
DemographicWinter.com
DesignsNext.com
DexMe.com
DinnerInTheSkyLV.com
EAStarHealth.com
EgyptExcursions.com
Fibernerede.com
FirsTarpChurch.org
FloristOfOmaha.com
GlobalTechGT.com
GMUV.com
GoodWeddingDirectory.com
Goonet.com
HFPG.net
HonestDeals.com
HVNW.com
IndieMusicpreneur.com
JewelrySites.com
JJQP.net
Kapsan.com
KindBrand.com
LacOfDTurnout.com
Maeopp.org
Marrakech-Media.com
MGorenstein.com
MusicParadiseProApp.com
NothingForUngood.com
NotYourOrdinaryRecipes.com
OSPQ.com
Panchamukha.org
PixelWebTech.com
RawlinsPlantation.com
ReviverNYC.com
RochesterRoofing.com
Romance-Central.com
Saglikguzellik.net
SaintLaurence.org
SanGabrielValley.com
Saruca.com
SeaSaltAndPepper.com

Sphosp.com
SportListings.com
Strada18.com
StyleMakeOvers.com
SuperWrite.com
SupperShare.com
TheGTech.com
TheRightChristians.org
VOXV.com

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13 comments

  1. Hemant Tilotia

    Couldn’t understand the reference of Indian domain investors here 🙂
    I guess the crusade against Drew is being taken up by some highly skilled, hard working non Indian domainers.


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      ShaneCultra

      Hernant,

      I didn’t mean it in that way. In the last month I have received emails that all happen to be from India that have talked about the success they have been having. Each story mentioned there current job and pay vs what they were making in domaining. I am not suggesting that the forum’s make up or the people, just trying to get across that there are some great people over there that are working hard to make a living. I guess the Indian part wasn’t necessary other than to say that “doing well” in Domain Investing is different things to different people. I apologize if I offended anyone other than the trolls 🙂

      1. Hemant Tilotia

        No. You didn’t offend or something. Just couldn’t understand the context of Indian domainers and the treatment what Drew is getting at Namepros

    1. Ategy

      I think Shane might have put this list together a little early. Maybe before his marathon knowing he might need some rest time? lol .. There are a couple others at GoDaddy that are gone as well. It happens sometimes .. better to know now before winning the auction, than winning the auction, but only to have it pulled back at the last minute because the original owner renewed.
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      That being said .. it could also be a typo in the link (not the case here).

      Shane .. check:
      BitBasement
      HomeIntruder
      HangUpAndDrive

  2. Ategy

    “Relativity” .. lol!
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    It’s not really a race thing … but an location/economy thing. An extra $50 USD per month can go VERY far in some places. So success is relative. Unfortunately $50 for most North American and European investors doesn’t even make a dent in our budget. Imagine how “relatively rich” Drew or Ali would be if they lived in India, or even more so in Thailand or Bangladesh!

  3. Ategy

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    As for NamePros .. it’s a meeting place for all people .. which means like anywhere else in the world with numbers like that .. you’ll have some great people .. and some not just useless, but even counter productive. I used to have a large music community at the turn of the millennium .. and sometimes you needed insane patience dealing with just an extreme tiny minority of troublemakers. Most of the energy is in trying to stay as fair and objective as you can given the limited number of hours in a day.
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    Most people are good people … but unfortunately some of those good people are more followers than critical thinkers .. meaning that if person A presents what seems to evidence against person B, they will simply pile on person B without really going through the so called evidence with a fine comb themselves. Then the more people who pile on .. the more it influences others.
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    The last time around there was a public attack on Drew because of his “OPINION” on what he “THOUGHT” “MIGHT” improve the problems with auctions 90% of the forum attacked him based on complete misunderstanding of the facts and what was even said. I myself got personally attacked because of some of the ideas I was discussing as well.
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    Unfortunately this is one of the big problems when dealing with online communities. So much gets lost when it’s just text as opposed to actually talking face to face where a simple expression or hand movement subtly or subconsciously can change the entire meaning of a sentence or paragraph. forgotten punctuation can also sometimes make the difference between love and hate! Very often the same sentence or set or words can very legitimately be interpreted in multiple ways depending on context and tone .. Things that are often lost in print .. particularly for those who English is not their first language.
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    As a former forum owner/admin of a 30k+ member community, that’s why I always write longer and more detailed than the average person and I completely avoid any/all profanity as it can only show confrontation/aggression/frustration (I save my profanity for when I stub my toe or drop dinner on the floor). You’ll also see more “lol’s” and smileys. All in the goal of making things as unconfrontational and much more importantly .. as clear as possible.

    1. Shane Cultra

      Jay-Z has some great quotes. I listen to his raps some times without the music and some of the lines are crazy good. I’m not a big fan of spoken word poetry but Eminem and Jay-Z are brilliant

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