Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday July 13th

Jul 13 2017

Escrow.com

 

When I was a kid I watched my Dad spend all day at work trying to prove to others (and maybe himself) that he was a good businessman.  He put countless hours in at work.  He always disguised his lack of paying attention at home as an attempt to provide for his family.  It was a part of family life for millions of families in the 80s and before.  I was a little more aware than most young kids.  Most kids just wanted their parents at home.  I wanted them home too but I also liked having a nicer home.  I liked having “cool” shoes and knew that my parents had to work hard to get them and I appreciated it. I selfishly was willing to give up a little family time for some superficial things that made me happy.  I also knew early the when I became a parent and had a family I was going to try and figure out how to have both.  A family that did stuff together AND have some nice things.

My parents taught me a lot.  Some of it was from bad examples, some from good.  I learned hard work from my Dad and how to smile and enjoy life from my Mom.   Later in life, my Dad gave me opportunity to create my own business by working with him and my Mom taught me that raising your kids is the biggest paycheck you’ll ever get.  She also told me don’t rely on my Dad and to make my own path  (you can tell they got divorced later 🙂 which made me get in to domain investing and create an entire other income to have just in case the nursery didn’t work out.

But it did work out.   It worked out because of my environment.  An environment that was conducive for success.  Some was probably genetic because I instinctively graduate towards certain things.  But much of it was from just looking around and seeing what seemed like normal.  It’s what I’ve now started for the next generation, my daughter.   I’ve created a normal around her of hard work, curiosity, trying new things, love, and confidence.   And then I let her go.   I don’t really tell her anything.  I just do and know she is watching.  She see’s my typing out stuff like this which tells her its good to be open and honest.  That an honest life is one worth sharing.  That your problems and successes are merely part of the journey and that many others have been there and done that. What you experience probably isn’t new but people enjoy hearing it from a different point of view.

She sees that if you want to be good at something you have to make time and put in the hours to get there.  That I get up early so I can do something I really want to do but I can still be there to have breakfast with her every single day.    That I built a house close to my work so I can work long hours but be home more than most because I spend less than 5 minutes a day commuting to work.   That alone time by yourself is very valuable.  That time with friends is just as valuable as with your family.   That being your own boss is fantastic but learning to work with others and even for others can get you just as far.

In short.  We all go through life growing up, watching, and waiting for our turn.  And then it comes.  And that’s what people are going to remember you for.  What did you do with your turn?  What did you leave when you got it?  And I feel pretty good with what I did with my shot.

So if you see a name here you like buy it.  I still like the “cool” shoes.  Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day: Worry is like a rocking chair, it will give you something to do, but it won’t get you anywhere” -Vance Havner 

Domain of the Day:  BeSeen.com    Everyone wants to be famous. And you’re going to be

Namejet Auctions 

LAA.com    Been up for sale a few times and it’s been a great name the entire time

Jorge.com   One of the most popular names in the Spanish speaking world. 1995 name

Duud.com  Duuuuuuuude

CDTR.com  Good letters and the Chinese are going to like it as well

OCFT.com  But this type presents a better value to me.  Vowels are great in most cases.  Although I don’t buy names with U unless it at the beginning.  United is never at at the end

TheBoring.com   Not a ton of value but I like it.  With all this emotional anger at the President its nice to find some boring

Baga.com   One of my favorite CVCVs over the last few weeks

HairyPig.com  Bar or saloon all the way

WingingIt.com     So many people do it on a daily basis.  I’m doing it now

TATN.com      Solid name for a tattoo shop

CMurphy.com   Charlie Murphy.  Rest his soul

Strawberry.org   Probably the last major tld you’ll be able to own with this word

 

Flippa Auction Names

30 (THIRTY) KEYWORD RICH .COM, Domain Names, and Chinese Lucky Number Combinations!!!

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Jarob.com    Upgrade name for several companies.  20 years old

Abare.com    936,000 google results and 21 bidders

60608.com   Gonna cross $5K .  5Ns still got it

SuperSEO.com    SEO names still sell for good prices.  But never use SEO services from a company that doesn’t rank for their own domain name

Game4.com   Most bids on the GD board today

GKart.com   I assume their seeing go kart here based on the bids

SmartLondon.com     London has been smart a while because this is 15 years old

SecretBuys.com   Special secret buys. The exact opposite of Prime Day

SugarShave.com    I would absolutely buy my blades at Sugar Shave

XRU.com Not a great LLL.com but its still a LLL.com

GKGA.com A for association and K for something

NVBD.com Nevada Bacterial Diseases

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids 

 

TalkTurf.com Some guys like to talk grass, some like to talk turf

RentalCarRates.com A bit generic but would look good in an Adsense ad. There are many uses for domains besides a brand name

TheHungryVegan.com They’re all hungry, they’re Vegan

TheFinBlog.com Fintech name sneaking through

 

One of the Better Numeric Days

553951.com
98119.com  These are the kind of 5Ns I believe are investment quality
98148.com
98158.com
98220.com
98233.com
991393.com

 

Other Domains With Bids

A-sap.org
ActorTrainingInLa.com
AdsBlock.com
AmericaSBM.com
Atoutfouras.com
BackBayDancewear.com
BankRecruitmentJobs.com
BBQMyths.com
BebasKolesterol.com
BestLotions.net
BottleB.com
Calvin500.org
CBDOilCompany.com
ClubMarketingAragon.com
DebbyMayne.com
DebitConsolidation.com
DNABuy.com
Ego-ElectronicCigarette.com
ELChoyerotv.org
Erenerduran.com
EuroDining.com
Fenomenoviral.net
FergusPhotos.com
FilterFoundry.com
Fischer-Law.com
FlameWarriorsGuide.com
FloridaPublicAdjusting.org
forex-9-trading.info
Hellotelangana.info
HindiFontLyrics.com
Horse-LivestockTrader.com
hotelsinmarysvillevillageinnsuite.com
hoverboardrobbo.com
Iaifa.org
IAMZena.com
IndiaTodays.com
inenglishschoollab.co
IntelOnlineServices.com
JarTrucks.com
Jewellery.biz
JimmySmithAutoSales.com
Knubic.info
KrabiPost.com
LakeRawLings.com
Limauais.com
Lisinopriland.net
LittleBittyBakes.com
M1Media.net
MadMums.com
MissionImagingCenter.com
MissouriFairSandFestivals.org
mix1life.com
MLMF.net
MobileBasic.com
MoonRiverPearls.com
MusicRebellion.com
NMYB.net
NZPS.net
Packet-Sniffer.net
PDPlaylist.com
PFZW.net
pgzlatarov.info
Plerks.biz
power9.com
PPFN.net
ProfessionalManDC.com
ProxyLinks.org
Quillabambatour.com
Ragmatazz.com
RegencySwimSchool.com
RelayPromos.com
RingTonesWorld.com
RobeduMariage.net
rrwdecor.com
Saitebi.info
sarkarinaukripunjab.com
SaveMyBaby.com
seo-in-dubai.com
SharClare.com
shicsitapur.com
SMSLubov.net
Snowsuit.net
sparklinpetzgrooming.com
SpringCreekLaundry.us
SWSecrets.com
TallOaksRVPark.com
TangiHomebuilders.com
TeamTexasJackets.com
Terbelog.com
TexasFred.net
TextAndPixelReflections.com
TheFileBrowser.com
TheHotelElevate.com
TheWineListOnline.com
TikPay.com
tlbmarketingessentials.com
TopAmadorasdanet.com
tvshowsrls.com
UCFarms.org
v8scops.com
vin-adviser.com
VKOV.com
wisa1390.com
Wizard-Wars.com
wokyohmovie.com
xentersoft.com
yolihuanitemazcales.com
ZBoatbc.com
ZAGamingServers.com
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