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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday December 6th, 2019

Escrow.com

I’ve been doing a television show on PBS for 25 years now. Its a show called MidAmerican Gardener. It’s definitely local but if you like plants and gardening it can be an interesting show. Of course, if the panelist are bad it can be as bad as a Saturday Night Live skit. There is an art to being a good host or panelist on a show. So when I’m on one and a person is struggling I know their struggling, even if they don’t. Transitions, watching the hand signals from a director and knowing what to do, bailing out another guest who is struggling. It’s part of being on TV and understanding how to follow structure without making it look structured. Our show changed directions lately and hired a person that was a TV anchor for a number of years but didn’t know much about plants. Five minutes into her show you could see that she had done tons of live TV. She flowed through things that others stumbled. She was a true professional. And it doesn’t matter that she doesn’t know much about plants because she makes sure that those that do on the show are the stars. She is merely there to guide and direct.

I had always been the fill in host over the years and thought I was pretty good at it but after watching a pro I realize I can be a lot better. I don’t really get enough practice to be really good at taking the lead role and that’s really all it takes. Practice. Public speaking is nothing more than that. Practicing. Going through drills. It’s like training for a race but a verbal race. A good test is have someone give you a card with a random topic on it and try and give a 5 minute talk about it without saying “Ummmm” or a pause more than 3 seconds. Most people would find it tough. Especially if its a topic you really don’t know anything about so you’re pulling it out of your ass. A lot of people don’t think they need to be good at public speaking but pretty much any time you meet someone new you are public speaking. The speech is just to a crowd of one. But its off the cuff, a new judge, and some times uncomfortable, just like a speech.

When I go to NamesCon I will know in 3 minutes if the speaker does it regularly. It won’t matter how good the content is if its delivered poorly or nervously. You’ll be feeling For the speaker instead of just feeling him. It will be interesting to see how the grades come out

Quote of the Day: “Don’t blame the Clown for acting like a Clown, ask yourself why you keep going to the Circus.”

Domain of the Day: Laptop.com Don’t think I’ve ever seen a name 70 days away from expiry listed on Godaddy. 69 days of trying to get in touch of the owner to frontrun. Zero percent chance of making to end of auction

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

Chapters.co Book publishing, writing. No bids at $50

AD.de I think this sells. I don’t speak German to say whether or not these are frequently used letters in German but I’m guessing the reserve is in the middle of the range . Alright I’m just guessing but feels like it should

BettingSports.uk Next bid and it hits reserve

Stairs.com Even on second glance, still my favorite name of the whole Sedo auction. Exudes going to the next level

ResearchMaker.com 19 years old. Expiry name at $109 at press time

Street.org I feel like this has been on the list before. Still like it

TinyKitchen.com A little opposite of what most people want but I imagine there is a niche here

Sexe.org Sex in French. the dot com sold for $231,000 and the .net for $5400

RNHC.com Suberb LLLL.com and its met reserve so a new home it goes

DomainDiscounts.com Not too far off of reserve. Good use for a company in our industry

IACA.com Backlinks and 20 years old. Get a little bonus with your LLLL.com

OTQ.com A little better quality than some of the other LLL in my opinion. the Q is tough though

ThePainCenter.net So many places named this that even the dot net has good value IMO

Godaddy Domains With Bids

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TopStores.com Highest number of bids on the Godaddy auction list today. Either the store will be called Top or its going to be a review site

CBDGarden.com As good of a CBD brandable as any. Seems to be a good sales category right now

Butana.com Sounds like a lighter store but obviously could be a million other things. Or at least a few dozen

GirlPictures.com The whole Internet based on this and cat photos

BeautifulStruggle.com Not super valuable but love the energy of the name. The money is not at the end of the journey but someone who tells it well

Dedr.com Reminds me of the “he ded” memes

ParentingPets.com 1 million backlinks can’t be bad

TherapyAdvisor.com Watch the capitalization The Rapy Advisor

PremiumLiquor.com Only classy alcoholics shop here

MDShield.com Doctor liability and insurance company

OriginalCBD.com The OG or the OCBD

50Off.com Good marketing name. Sounds like a coupon code

CraftChannel.com Watch people make shit

AirValet.com I only fly into places that valet my plane. Great private jet company name.

WeLovePianos.com Marketing name but shows what you do

DietSource.com Online diet products all the way

NotTooYoungTorun.org sounds pedoish but probably political

Proxxi.com 80s way of spelling Proxy . Like Nikki Sixx

89300.com Actually cheaper than I thought it would bee. 8 and round

PartnersProgram.com 1998 birthday

PerfectPrincess.com Princesses are killing it at the box office

EfficientBuildings.org No value because civil engineers never have any money because they spend so much to make things efficient

Godaddy Names With One of No Bids

RestoreSleep.com

BitConnect.net

LiftServ.com

EasyEther.com

Jupid.com

DiscoveryGardens.com

KindnessAndRespect.com

Teacher2.com

Korlas.com

FlexMass.com

LLLLDomains.com

StudentLoanSpecialist.com

DigiBulb.com

PrimeGrain.com

NativeFashions.com

StickyGo.com

LookRite.com

CrunchHome.com

VeganMary.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

114zuowen.com
1888Pets911.org
38394.com
858x.com
912345.com
92860.com
About-The-Web.com
AestheticSpa.com
AnimeIndo.tv
AstroWerks.com
BakersBoutique.com
BestVPNConnection.com
CannaGenius.com
Chasing-Tail.com
CodeFuture.org
Color-Select.com
ConsultingNetwork.org
CountryVictorian.com
CyprusGolf.com
DevSitePlace.com
DevSitePlace2.com
DolceSalonSpa.com
Dudian.com
EliCohen.org
GetIntro.net
GreatBearGolf.com
Greenopolis.com
GuardianDataSystems.com
hnnpx120.com
HomeBusinessSolutions.com
IndoChineKitchen.com
IntelligentTradingTechnology.com
ITZ.net
iWatch-deals.com
JoySeek.com
Kamilles.com
KhaotaKiab.com
KoshiGayakko.com
LiveAndFeel.com
MachineToolsUK.com
MasterSinn.com
mj600.com
MyNetImages.com
NeoTrip.com
NestWork.com
NewsNiche.com
OfInns.com
OwlPress.com
PanTone-Sales.com
PowerSquashAcademy.com
PrometheusNews.net
Prourls.com
QVFY.com
QWFI.com
ReputationDefense.com
ReverChonParkFriends.com
Rincocarlo.com
RufusCorporation.com
SanitaryBakery.com
saphra.com
SawTechLogExpo.com
SNRM.com
SubrosaNYC.com
Talamus.com
TamildubMovies.info
Tattan.com
TheStrypes.com
Timbee.com
Tokenized.co
TopStudents.com
UGQJcom
UsaPavilion2015.net
UZ.com
UZVX.com
VQYF.com
VZQR.com
WomenPictures.com
wwwrm.com
XHVF.com
XKRQ.com
xxszj.com
YVMQ,.com
YVXT.com
ZRCV.com
ZVQL.com



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