Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday May 27th , 2018

May 27 2018

Escrow.com

When life moves a thousand miles an hour some times you find yourself looking up and realize that 15 years passed before your eyes.  My daughter graduated from High School yesterday and I admit I was teary eyed the whole day. When she leaves for college,  I just can’t imagine a day without seeing her eating breakfast.  Yeah, most days I bug and embarrass her.  But those times when she looked me in the eye and asked my opinion on things are days I will always cherish.  I realize there will be more of those days ahead but it won’t be every day from this point forward.   I actively participate in her life and was always right there.  I did work long hours but I was there when she woke up and was always there to say I love you and Goodnight.  I refused to miss those moments.  But as she moves away there will be less of those moments and I don’t want that to happen.   I have to accept it but it doesn’t make it easier.   You don’t have to have children to know what it feels like.  That someone can be in a different room, never speak a word to each other all night, but the mere presence of that person makes you feel better and more comfortable. Without them you aren’t the same.

Domain investing and blogging played a big part in all of this in that it provided the income to do things that I would have never done without the side hustle money.  We bought some stupid stuff and had some stupid fun that we never would have spent money on otherwise.  It also showed her that there are a million ways to make money because of the Internet. It showed her a room where every door and window is open and she merely has to choose a path. All take time, effort, and consistency.  And that time certainly flew by.  I looked up yesterday and realized I have a grown woman for a daughter.  One that no longer needs me but I’m glad she wants me.   Here are today’s domains.  Click to see the latest price

Quote of the Day:  “Another day, another sunrise”

Domain of the Day:  MaxToken.com   One of my favorite token names this year

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Chainsaws.com   One of the best selling tools in the US.  I’m sure Stihl would love to own his as a marketing name. 21 years old and now up to $6K and climbing

JobPic.com   Was an old YCombinator name with some decent backlinks

BadPublicity.com I thought there was no such thing

DeepSun.com  Nice solar name

MedicalFarmer.com   I see this as a cannabis grower name

Hilo.org   One of the two big cities on The Big Island of Hawaii

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

CyprusAir.com   Was a real airline.  So you can own a former airline.  Or at least their name

SmokersClub.com   1996 name with lots of backlinks.

HotCafe.com   At $300 at press time.  Upgrade name for a few places

Siteok.com The only thing I see here is a website that lets you see what your website looks like in all the browsers and other site health checks.  But I guess that’s good enough

Blippr.com  In 2007 tons of sites used the “drop the vowel” at the end domains.   11 years later they still sell pretty well.  As Brandbucket

Brokn.com   Let’s try another one

ColorLabs.com    I figured this one would be popular.  Old photo startup that folded

bClear.com   A lot of good uses of this one.  Zits, speeding tickets, eyeglass cleaner

eSki.com  Godaddy gives this a big value.  And they are actually pretty right this time

FindCannabis.com   Obvious use on this one. Generic for Leafly

UpWing.com    Don’t buy it just hoping Upwing Energy wants it.  But they probably do

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

 

UrbanReserve.com  Sounds like a good whisky or a place for a high interest rate payday loan

Dicat.com  No bids on this 5L.com.  2001 birthday

Rainquest.com   Company that seeds clouds?  I know, that’s pushing it.  No bids

SpeedSquare.com  Nobody uses these anymore unless you’re in carpentry but most know what it is

SwingForce.com  sounds like a startup.  No bids

CutTheSugar.com  we all probably should

RidingTheTiger.com Love this as a blog name

SameDayFunds.com Instant money has always paid well

StockPhotoInc.com  a stock photo alternative name for $12

LockerRoom.org  Don’t love the .org but not bad for $12

CircleofSuccess.com Sounds like something from Meet the Fockers.    2003 birthday

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

101uc.com
32958.com
36735.com
566532.com
6woool.com
752266.com
762266.com
88jxy.com
Aquaxetine.com
ArtBuys.com
CampusBeerDist.com
CancerSband.com
CandyCrypto.com
Corset.net
CryptoCoinGlobal.com
csyp8.com
CustomAluminum.com
CYP.cc
DataLakes.com
Dikili.net
DrSzy.com
FantasyBaseballCentral.com
FBBP.net
FindMyCondo.com
ForexViewers.com
GetsWiftFox.com
GleeForum.com
GlobalScholars.com
Green-Plastics.net
gwinnettehc.org
healthlifefit365.com
hg1007.com
HousesInAustin.com
JohnBorn.us
JusticeForWV.com
KrisTinniColePhotography.com
LakeStevensFamilyCenter.org
LarrySimmons.net
Limeleaf101.com
lr263.com
mjljt.com
MotionLabTuning.com
Nextrack.com
NinjaImages.com
Panzz.com
RaisinRiverGolf.com
redstarresume.com
RegentSpark.com
RobotIcon.com
saltonseadoc.com
SoNoCare.com
SpecialtyGifts.com
StartBusinessOnline.com
SuperspecialQuestions.com
Taype.com
tipsdenutricion.com
Trace2.com
USACA.com
Vsfx.com
VUDLab.com
WaterburyChamber.org
writemyessayonline.net
SMDiefei.com
yjqmj.com
ZZLongding.com

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7 comments

  1. fiz

    Nicely put Shane, I know exactly where you’re coming from.
    Wishing your daughter much success in her college years.

  2. Michael Calabretta

    Great Article Shane! As a father of three daughters, I have felt your pain. It’s painful, but it will get better. As she experiences life on her own, she’ll rely on you more and more, just in different ways. Sounds like you’ve raised a great daughter! Best of luck to her!

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