Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday September 7th

Sep 07 2017



What can I say that hasn’t already been said.  A big thank you to Michael Cyger for everything he’s brought to the industry.  He gave me a chance to be part of a great show.  A show that wasn’t for everyone but it was for a lot. I know because of all the emails I’ve received over the years.  Maybe it was better with Rick and Mike.  It doesn’t matter.  Its over.  Its time for all those naysayers that criticized to step up and to do something better.  But I imagine it will be the same old case where there are doers and there are talkers.  Mike was a doer and he let us do the talking.  Glad to see he practiced what he preached, had some amazing sales, and now can do things on his own time.  Congratulations Mike, you did great things.   Here are today’s names. Click for most recent price  

Quote of the Day: “The trouble with retirement is that you never get a day off”  -Abe Lemons

Domain of the Day:   🚒.ws    FireEngine (probably called other things in various languages.  Kids love them, adults move over for them, and fires fight them.  One bidder

Namejet , DropCatch, and Sedo Names at Auction   Great escrow or online payment name.  Only 4 bidders   82 bidders.   So much money to be made and lost in art  another exact match aged domain for car rental/sales  services aged domain.  A nice coin name, be the coin legend. Legend is synonymous to guru, expert, pro City in Kansas with a population of 125K people  Sell surplus items   Assisted living, in home health care. Two of the fastest growing businesses in the US   Closes today.  Under $20K at press time    We still doing wikis ?  I would love to own this.  I probably will  Another I would like to own.  Great letters       Easy Duz it    They have seas in Europe.  We only have Oceans and Lakes in the states   Going to do very very well.   Every house and business has a lot of them   Rocket name are popular right now.  Maybe just because rocket mortgage advertises so much

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids    1996 domain.  Good name for use with all the auction sites   Many companies named Kinetic Group   Nice brand.  Probably get sued by Skinny Girl.  They sue everyone   The 300,000 plus backlinks has this over four figures    Get 77,000 free backlinks with purchase   16 year old CHiP   One more that’s 16 years old     A bit generic but there are several companies offering it so it should have some value    Could be used for a lot of different things.  I’m thinking delicious treats    91 million results for companies and things with the name. 2003 birthday   Pro Movers sold for $10K   Old betting site.   Ready to be relaunched.  2002 birthday   If 5N.coms are your thing   Place and things.  A variety name for several plants. Trust me, I know these things   Not sure exactly why this one is doing so well.  It is a pleasant name

Domains That I Like With One or No Bids 1999 birthday. Memorable, easy to spell name Fantastic marketing name at $12 for a company that does $12 buy at press time

Other Domains With Bids

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  1. Abdullah Alkulaibi

    I can directly correlate domainsherpa with my succuss in domaining. I started in 2014 and have had 2 six figure sales, and 8 five figure sales. Had my domains reviewed there as well,, (sold it since the review) and among others
    After that review I had the confidence to buy when that came along.
    A big thank you to mike and all involved.

    1. Josh E

      I stumbled across about 4 or 5 years ago after learning that people bought and sold domains for seo value. I didn’t know anything about the industry, didn’t know there was an aftermarket. The only thing I consistently watched or listened to driving to work was the DomainSherpa interviews. I seriously believe that I wouldn’t be a domainer if It wasn’t for Cyger. I kept looking for more podcasts and videos with the same caliber of information because once I got hooked I wanted more and more, but it just wasn’t/isn’t out there. I would watch the videos over and over again.

      IT’s kinda funny to think of the “big names” in the domain space and realize I would never have known who the hell they were without DomainSherpa. I realized this during the whole Rick Schwartz thing, I kept thinking “The only reason I even know your name is because of this show.” That’s certainly nothing against Rick, it’s just the fact that your average person knows nothing about domains, the aftermarket and who’s running it.

      I’m still hoping that this is some sort of media play, 🙂 maybe Cyger was drunk or high when he sent that message out, got my fingers crossed. I would watch or listen to a Joe Rogan style domain podcast everyday if there was one available, 3, maybe 4 hours of nothing but a few guys bullshitting about domains with some crypto talk thrown in for added flare.

      Can you start a petition or something? Maybe threaten to kidnap him if he doesn’t continue or at least find someone to keep it going? Cyger you could be a retired adviser, it could be all behind the scenes if you want. I’m starting a campaign entitled “Every week the DomainSherpa is off the air, a puppy dies”, see if that gets any traction.

      But seriously Mike, the show will be greatly missed and I assume it was a hard gut wrenching decision to make. Sometimes it’s just time to move, change or pivot.

      So Henceforth, the 6th day of September shall be a day of domain mourning, officially celebrated on the first Wednesday in September and known to those who know as “Domain Black Wednesday”

  2. Abdullah Alkulaibi

    I had the capital before I started, just never would have imagined investing those sums in domains. I would buy cheap/hand reg with moderate success. After watching the shows I realised that the big ticket category is a better place to invest and I can make more money in absolute terms than other categories in domaining.

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