Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday February 15th, 2018

Feb 15 2018

Escrow.com

Yesterday was a crazy day that shows what a weird life I lead.  I spent the morning trying to help Luke Bryant, the country singer and his managers find a farm to have his fall concert at in Champaign. Not sure how he got my number but I told him I could probably find a farm that would do the trick. It had to be at least 100 acres with some other details. I think I may have found it but  it was a little odd telling someone “I’ll be there in a second I’m trying to find a farm for Luke Bryant”

Another vendor came in to talk to me about buying their products that our nursery can sell on Amazon.  But I faced the same problem I’m facing all winter.  If I tell them what I’m doing they end up just doing it themselves and skipping me.  I have decided that after today I am just going to have everything sent to me and not say what I’m doing.  Most of my venders have rules and territories for their products and I want to adhere to those rules but as soon as I lay out what I am going to do they end up working directly with Amazon and get walked through the process.  Forget the rules, they can be happy I’m buying 6 pallets instead of my normal one pallet.  The real money maker would be for me to produce something and then sell it through them.  The money has always been in making and selling retail.  Keeping all the middle guys out of the loop.  Exactly what my vendors are doing to me.

At 7 am I met for coffee with a guy from Austin TX who was in town who has had some good success coaching runners on the side. He comes up with training plans, gives feedback on workouts, and helps with nutrition.  He has 30 runners at $40 a month and he has had some good results.  Some of them have moved and now he does it remotely.  Everything is pretty much done via email right now.  But I have a business plan written in pencil for a site that is for remote coaching called ….RemoteCoach.com It could serve as a hub to have runners find coaches.  Coaches could be rated and ranked and they could find runners.  And I would get paid to put them together.  Would work pretty well on runner.com too but that may be too small of a niche to use such a good name for.

And between all that I sold some nursery stock for spring and actually did some of the work I’m really supposed to be doing.  I have to admit my mind was racing by the end of the day with all the activity.  I get excited just taking about business ideas.  Regardless of what business it is. Because business is business.  You just switch out what the product it  Here are today’s names, Click on them for current price

 

Quote of the Day: “When I talk to people from the US I say I am from Chicago. When I talk to people from Chicago I say I am from Urbana. When I talk to people from Europe I say I am from Canada”  -Me

Domain of the Day:   BlockChainCo.com  Not getting much love.  A month ago people would have had this at four figures early

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

 

☼.net (xn--94h.net)     Officially an aged IDN that with the growing popularity of emojis are going to get pulled out of the woodwork. Featured in a DomainTools article

Each.com  Might get to reserve at close today.  Getting pretty close

TimeToMakeMoney.com  Met reserve at under $100.  It certainly is

Bencho.com       Could be Ben Cho as well.   A Buddhist first name

RecoveryOfData.com      A one off of Data Recovery and a heck of a lot cheaper with the same keywords

TrainBrain.com   I like it more than Luminosity.  But the reserve is a bit much for my taste

SupremeSolar.com    I’m a big fan of most solar names. This one isn’t too bad.  No bids

Taintless.com   That would put the parts awfully close together

GoldenSlumber.com    Reminds me of the Beatles song .  No bids

Blood.com  Under $100,000 reserve.  Ancestry.com site would work on this.  Although saliva.com might better represent

Crashes.com  People LOVE crashes.  A whole site of crashes would be very cool

eBike.com   Getting a fantastic price.  Could hit $30K

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

iSection.com  1996 original registration.  People are still buying I names.  Just less than they used to

BackcountryBrewery.com   3,000 backlinks and age has this at $500 at press time

TISQ.com    Pronounceable and from 1998.  Both give it more value

NameToday.com   Like it. Don’t love it

Rejuvenation.net  Such a big keyword that the dot net is worth three or four figures IMO

StormSpotter.com   Great name for someone that does exactly that.  Steal under $1K . Again in my opinion

Dealster.com  You’ve heard me say it a lot over 10 years but people LOVE deals and bargains

TheExotic.com   I’m not sure what THE is but I know its going to be exotic

HighTable.com   Pretty sure this won’t be used to sell tables that are high

Emere.com   A girls name and a nice 5L.com

2858.cc  Yup.  A NNNN.cc is the biggest price on the board

Cashmatic.com  Just exudes you’re going to make a lot of cash.  When actually the guy selling the program is

Kryptikz.com  If you believe GD it gets 63,000 visits a month

CreativeDesignAgency.com  Pretty much covers what they are going to offer

Zofu.com  Closes today but hasn’t met reserve

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

ICOPriceAlerts.com  Good name for tracking upcoming and past ICOs

 

TodaysInvestor.com 1998 birthday.  A lot of people don’t like apostrophe but you can’t mess it up since there are none in domains so I don’t see why its a big deal

FinTools.com An absolute steal at $12 IMO.  Financial tools

YourNextApartment.com  Great marketing name for a real estate company

LittleRusty.com  No bids.  A kids toy or your skills are a bit off right now

WildCreekFarm.com Not a ton of value but would make a good food brand

Wetness.com  Can be used for several different things from water sports to adult sports

Evaders.com  VPN or proxy site is the first thing that comes to mine here

VPetshop.com Virtual Petshop

DildosToGo.com  Because the “use them at the store” business model was not successful

EnticingPricing.com Certainly memorable. With the rhyming and all.  No bidders

FatCarp.com  Short and easy logo.  No bids

CloseOurBorders.com  Whatever it sells for I’ll sell you CloseTheBorder.com for $10 less

NovoChain.com  It has chain in it so I put it on the list.

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

11texascav.org
8251.org
ApolloHospitalsBangalore.com
ApplianceSolutions.com
AquaSites.com
Atel.net
BBQPR.com
BestPaidVPN.com
BlackDown-Hills.net
BrandTags.com
Cezahukuku.com
ChefsAmerica.com
CopyGator.com
CupSo.com
DanielleAndCompany.com
DevonHouseJamaica.com
EngageMutual.com
Exoticcatz.com
ExpoVideo.com
EZJoin.com
FHJC.net
FineFurnishingsShow.com
Fintz.com
GiovaniLocride.net
GroundCloud.com
HawkSystems.com
HeLog.com
HenryStateBank.com
HHS.info
iFotosoft.com
JoniNewman.com
Kinsail.com
Lustlab.net
LuxeVacation.com
MegansCookin.com
Mischa-b.com
MLTJ.net
MoneyForRope.com
MyPortfolio.net

NewFounders.com
NHWB.net
OldHickoryChamber.org
OnAqua.com
PAZW.com
PeacefulHomes.com
Poesy.org
RainDaySpa.com
SGDT.net
ShorePointsRoofingAndSiding.com
skdot.com
SkyhighEnergy.com
The-Womens-Press.com
TheModernMusic.com
themountainsusa.com
TVOle.com
VinoTimes.com
VivoHeadwear.com
WrestleMag.com
XSFZ.net
YourSunglasses.com

 

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6 comments

  1. Ategy

    I feel like I missed somethings somewhere? lol
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    1) What’s this Amazon stuff you’re talking about? Was this “about buying their products FOR me” supposed to read “about buying their products FROM me”? Meaning that people are buying your nursery products to resell on Amazon?
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    2) Did I miss an announcement about Runner?
    I think you’re selling yourself short on Remote Coach .. why just keep it for running when it’s a great generic domain? You could have coaches for all sorts of categories .. not just running. BIG buildout project though .. no clue where you’ll find more time than you already have .. lol? I grabbed Remote Instruction // dot // com a while back .. quite happy with it for just about the same possibilities! 🙂
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    3) Who the heck is Luke Bryant (nevermind .. youtubed .. hillbilly pop .. shows you own a pick-up .. lol) 😉


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      1. Selling someone else’s products through Amazon fulfillment can be quite profitable. My plants are perishable so although I could sell through Amazon it is a different way of selling

      2. Running is much easier to coach remotely than most sports. Fitness workouts are pretty easy as well.

      3. I like all music. May be the only guy in the world that is not a big fan of the Beatles’ work though

      1. Ategy

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        3. ” May be the only guy in the world that is not a big fan of the Beatles’ work though”
        lol .. I knew there was a reason you were my Valentine! I tend to give each song their own unbiased chance regardless of musician(s) .. but I tell people all the time that the Beatles suck .. and that they were the beginning of the end where music become more about marketing than music and bla bla bla (I could go on much more on this than on domains .. the “mission statement” of my old music site was literally the equivalent of a 70 page book if you can believe .. actually .. I’m sure you could believe that .. lol).
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        To be fair though .. I do like Twist and Shout .. and for some unknown reason I also like Hey Jude .. but for the most part .. yeah .. Beatles Suck! :-/

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