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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 15th, 2018

I think that one of the best things about publicly sharing my story of domain investing are the nice people that think of me on a regular basis.  Each day I get an email letting me know of a plant domain, a dot .io, a .cc,  or something in my “wheelhouse” that is expiring or for sale.   I received 3 emails the other day that was at auction with no bids.  It was really nice that people thought about me.  I let them each know that I was the one that let it expire so I probably won’t be putting in a bid.   I let a lot of names like that expire because I just don’t use them.  I let CultraClub, CultraPersonalities, ShaneShane and many more expire because although fun and maybe a good email, they were just wasting my money on renewals.  I let dozens go.  I also put all my 6Ns up for auction with no reserve and let them pass through the Godaddy system. All of them with no fours or zeros sold and I picked up a few grand.  I lost a lot of money but I can move on with no renewals and some cash to reinvest and hope to get it back.

I am now keeping domains that sell. Plain and simple.  I kept a few fun names like and but I am here to sell domains.  I need a smaller, better portfolio.  I just got done doing my taxes and I spent every single dime I made on this blog and selling names back on domains. I reinvested 90K plus into domains.  For some that is peanuts. For me, its unbelievable.  It’s 100% money made from working at night writing and updating my sites and selling names.   For the one millionth time, I have never put one penny of my nursery money or outside money into a domain.  It has all been from blog income and/or flipping names.  And now every penny earned is from those investments and generating from nothing other than side hustle.  I hope to tell the ultimate story.  Made millions from the night time side hustle, meanwhile making millions from working hard on the main gig.  Proving it can be done well on both sides.  And I think that’s why people email me.  I represent 90% of domain investors.  Working a day job while trying to make some cash on the side.  And I am and you can too.   I’ve proven it.

On a different note.  I bought my daughter an older Suburu Outback.  It was perfect,  a little older and dinged up.  She wore it out pretty good but for the most part drove real well.  So I decided to have our mechanic at the nursery do a complete overhaul on it. New brakes, struts, pistons, tires.  Fix all the lines. Everything.  I took her car for the weekend and she took mine.  In that little amount of time she has managed to hit the neighbors mailbox and then this morning misjudged the garage and took out my mirror for another $700.   Turns out the repairs on my car are going to cost more than what I’m fixing on hers.  Gotta love kids.  I did teach her a lesson though.  I gave her the van that she was born in the back of in 1999.  We use it as a nursery vehicle and while it runs well, is as dirty and rusty as a car can get.  And the belts squeak a little. So she has had to drive that for the next three days to school.  She says its so bad that when she left in the morning everyone though she was the crusty old paper delivery guy.  Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day: “The dream is free, but the hustle is sold separately”   -Anonymous 

Domain of the Day:   You can say with honesty that this is one of the best dot orgs


 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction    Nice little 5L with only 4 bidders  High demand, high reserve

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   Amazing is an overused adjective but also a brand I want to own.  Should go for four figures at this auction   Top tier letters for a   We still doing E names?   Bidders like it but way too generic for me  You’re way underestimating the birth pool market.  Google it   Not sure why this is so high but I’ll still point it out   A 5L and a last name   These with repeating vowels in the middle have traditionally done well

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids  GD valued this one very high because of is multiples uses in other languages  Marketing name all the way.  No bids at $12 18 years old.  Good brand for cheap IMO  Upgrade name for a few companies and products     Already being used for exactly what I thought it would be good for. Workout place or food  Compost I thought it sounded like a brewing company and yep, its a brewing company  Not a bad brand for $12 .    A little close to Dicker for me

Godaddy Names With Bids

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday April 15th, 2018”

  1. She was born in it or conceived in it? 😉 maybe both…

    Good stuff about not mixing funds. I had an idea once to give blood plasma for cash and buy domains with it. Some times it feels like I give blood to this business anyway 🙂

    1. Tim. Actually after I thought about it she was born in a Honda Accord on the way to the hospital. Officially it was at the hospital but she was laying on the table 17 min after we got there Her head was coming out in the car. Too graphic I know and officially not born until all the body is out. Bought the van the next week to make room for the new family. So old as she is

  2. “I gave her the van that she was born in the back of in 1999.” … wow!! The nuggets that are hidden in some of these blog posts. Makes you want to read every last word 😀

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