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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday Feb 1st

A few observations about the sessions at NamesCon.  I come from a background of garden conferences where we have a big mix of speakers.  From the home gardener that is asked to speak about something,  to the professional that travels the nation talking about their books and tv shows.  I’ve seen them all.  NamesCon was similar.  There were some extremely bright people giving sessions , but they were just a nervous wreck.  People used to being behind the computer and not on the stage.  Most seemed to come out of it by the end.  A few didn’t.  I’ve been there so I know how difficult it is to speak in front of people.  It only takes practice and familiarity.   You could tell that Ron Jackson had a ton of experience in front of the camera. He was natural and smooth on stage.  As a matter of fact, the entire blogger panel was great.  Everyone on stage was completely comfortable on stage.

And then there was my friend Frank Schilling. And I do consider him a friend. We both love our family and are the same age.  We have a lot in common. But Frank is the smoothest guy in the room.  He is one of the best speakers in our industry, in any industry.  Unfortunately he turned his keynote into an informercial.  I’m not being mean, its what every single person I talked to said.  Instead of telling stories from the old days, giving some examples of success and failure, or just an entertaining talk, he talked about his company.  That’s not what a keynote is.  He paid a lot of money sponsoring the conference and for that we are all grateful, but we love Frank the storyteller.  Its what we all hoped we would get and instead we got a Sunday morning at 7 am type of show.  I only caught the front and the end and didn’t hear the “I’m just like everyone else, I have to buy gas for my jet” line but I heard it from 20 people so it must have resonated with everyone.  I doubt anyone would tell Frank any of these thoughts because he is so well respected and I mean this as no disrespect.  I am the voice of quite a few people when I say.  Drop the notes and tell some stories.  Tell us more stories like the names you thought you sold for 10 for $10K in total but the guy sent you $10K for each name and told you he refused to go any higher.  I still remember that story and loved it.  We want more.  Give it to us next speech.  Here are today’s names.  Click the links for current price

Quote of the Day:  “ Don’t expect change when all you ever give is your 2 cents” 

Domain of the Day:   20 years old.  Great name for someone in the business


Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids    One of the better LLLL.coms in the last few weeks IMO   paying for the backlinks (24K) and age  22 year old name.  Greek for vomit……….(I made that up)   Thought for sure it would be a word but really just an acronym   Old site, 24,000 backlinks   A heck of a lot cheaper than   Memorable name.  We all use it in typing   Evidently how a lot of people spell BayWatch.   I was wondering why it had all the bids.  Makes sense now    2 bidders.  17 years old   Top bid getter on the GD board today.  16 years old   516,000 backlinks for what looks like roughly 1000 different sites.  Do your own due diligence though   Evidently we’re still doing ville names  and     A few LLLL.coms with consonants and an I   Going to be a lot more cooking with cannabis soon.   Sounds like a gay bar on Cornelia in Chicago     Very timely name in the US right now  A lot of 7s for the price

Domains With One or No Bids Good water sport oriented brand 18 years old. Not a great name but will probably go to closeouts and be cheap The number of years you have to be to drink in the US. No bids All 5Ls that are this pronounceable are worth $20 or more IMO. No bids Not sure of the value but I love the name. Old people’s name If you’ve never had this cake, you should. It’s delicious No bids. What site owners should care most about No bids. Sounds super tough Left handed people have to have everything special . One bidder  One bidder.  Fanzine for The Bachelor ?  Love this name.  Such a nice thought   Another 5L under $17


Other Names With Bids

Namejet Auction    If anyone wants to know more about Cleveland (just saw reserve, never mind)   One of my favorite LLL.nets on the board the last few weeks  Yes it is, just decent     How I live my life.   But I still have to keep the jet fueled  No bids.  Like the feel of this one.   Good Western letters.   A for association


Sedo and Other Names Up for Auctions   Has met reserve under $300. 17 bids   Has a pretty solid opening bid   Great name and good site.  Flippa is moving slowly towards a website only site  Another great domain name/website

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good


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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday Feb 1st”

  1. Wauuu Shane,
    I love your openess
    I actual could not make it there at Namecon

    Thanks also for the daily selections it’s great work may God bless you abundantly

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