Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday February 8th, 2019

Escrow.com

There are two sides to making money.  What you take in and your costs.   I’m pretty good at keeping costs down.  We run a pretty lean shop at the nursery but there are always things you can analyze and try and get cheaper.  Two things at the nursery seemed high to me.  Waste disposal and electricity.  We were paying $1200 per dumpster to remove waste that couldn’t/shouldn’t be burned or composted.   To the tune of $14K per year.  We got a letter saying prices were going up so we asked for a meeting to figure out how we could get the price down. Turns out the problem was our dumpster was so big it needed a special truck to roll it up on.  If we went with a dumpster 1/3 of the size that could be picked up with a smaller truck and automatically dumped they could come out every week for $180 a month.  Yes.  $180 month.   Of course we switched.  Huge savings.  The electricity prices we first tried to attack by adding a bigger panel so we could have one meter instead of 3. Because they charge per meter in addition to kilowatts.  That save a hundred or so a month.  But then we talked to a solar company

Because we are a farm they can install a solar farm which allows them to produce solar above and beyond what we use at the nursery.  They would pay for the complete installation and hookup.  Make us pay them half of what we pay now directly to them and they get to keep all the solar sellbacks.  In short.  We have zero input costs and save $600 a month.  Done.  While not a lot of money its a total of $1500 a month savings which I put in to an automatic bagging machine.  A machine that will take the place of the 3 guys I have bagging by hand one day a week.  Now two can do it in a half day and do twice as much.  Which will lead to better mulch and rock profits and those guys can do something that it more productive and profitable.  All in all I think we can add $30K to the bottom line with the changes. Changes that should have taken place years ago but there are a million moving parts and you don’t realize you can get a better cheaper part until it breaks and its time to replace it.  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD continue writing each day.

 

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Domain of the Day: InfoBright.com     Sounds like a tech company from 1999

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Zarm.com    Everyone needs to have a handful of these in the portfolio

Islandz.com  Reserve is too high but still like the name

MentalSkills.com   Met reserve at $130

FBI.net  Unsprisingly gets quite a bit of type in traffic

Averas.com  Smooth name has one bid at $79 and met reserve

FreshCheese.com   Is cheese supposed to be fresh?

Tort.org    Good legal name for $130

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Krepsinis.com  “Basketball” in Lithuanian

Biotor.com    It sounded like a medicine to me.  And it is.  But could be anything you want it to be.

TWRK.com   Yeah, I see Twerk too

ScarTreatment.com   The type of thing people Google when they are trying to fix it.  Although you could say they pretty much Google everything.  Highest value on the board according to GD

CreateSomething.com  I think this is a great thought.  Everyone should create something.  Kids count

Perkify.com  Sounds like a coffee place to me

MaxiFlex.com   As Seen On Tv…….eventually

ComfortFlex.com   Somebody registered a bunch of flex names and let them expire

JayW.com  Good info for Jay Williams or any other Jay that has a last name that starts with W

TweetFind.com   Twitter search engine or handle acquisition service

DailyNow.com Instant and every day

Imguru.com  My guess is that this gets some traffic from the picture hosting site Imgur which gets billions of page views thanks to Reddit

WineKlub.com  The K saves you a bunch of money

FunLogic.com    A name that lets you know they do data but they have a good time doing it

Grinzo.com  I keep overpaying for these types of 5L.  I’m assuming the price will look cheap down the road like every other purchase I made years ago

Tusia.com  Nice 5L for under $50 at press time

SimpleExchange.com  Many a billion has been made on making things simple

All the LLLL.coms

CYEW.com

DBJD.com

PTUF.com

VUTP.com

XHEP.com

YGVY.com

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

YoungOrganic.com  Organic AND their meat isn’t tough yet

Soundpa.com Brandpa liked the pa.   Music or speakers come to mind first

PurpleHound.com  If it sounds like an IPA or a good place to have a beer after work, then its a good brand

PrimeDeluxe.com  You get prime AND deluxe for $10 on this one

Farmaleaf.com Decent Cannabis name

OldDowntown.com   Sounds like a section that is about to be gentrified and hip

HaveJob.com  Bragger…  Look at Mr. Working guy

Blend.cc  I only consider a .cc if its a great one word domain.  This is good..maybe not great

Wisela.com  Great sounding brand.   Sounds like a female oriented fashion line

TheCondom.com Well, Johnnie.  We a boy loves a girl but they don’t want to have a baby. No bids

ProperPlants.com  I see this as a canna name but could be an ag name

Kemyu.com  No bids.  Like I’ve said, any 5L.com that you can pronounce is worth owning.  And they all get owned

BigPuf.com  A new rapper or a vape shop

MeetXL.com  A dating site for plus size

Other Domains with Bids

180518.com
1886App.com
278365.com
280365.com
286365.com
7liaos.com
999pd.com
Aethlos.com
Ajun1989.com
Anarchy-Linux.org
Artispo.com
Beauty-For-Brides.com
BikeAndBrunch.com
BTrace.com
Caipiao7.com
CCMaine.com
CGIDubai.org
ChatBubble.com
Citidex.com
ClassicWood.com
ComPetWitIon.com
CowboysLafayette.com
cqxmty.com
DrMeyer.com
DVPeijian.com
e-Bookbuilders.com
Eagleridermb.com
eeJobs.com
ErinHeartsCourt.com
Flipidy.com
Flofi.com
FunInTheMaking.net
GamerStalk.com
GarageCraftsman.com
GetFitPlan.com
gwisoft.com
HACInc.com
hbeasou.com
hfjzu.com
himachalxpress.com
Jinrong84.com
KabulAfghanCuisine.com
KenyaJobLink.com
KingBuilders.com
Kyzon.com
LancashireVillages.com
lgu88.com
ls299.com
MasonBuysHouses.com
Meijob.com
MemeNews.com
MS10.com
MyDailyPlan.com
Nekoflies.com
NewsMeBack.info
NorthCentralElectric.com
NorthernSports.com
NowAble.com
PD999.com
PixelCorps.tv
PrinceArthurHerald.com
ProCertifiedHomeInspections.com
PSocn.com
Recycling-Reinvented.org
SandHillInd.com
shangdutaoci.com
Sirlui.com
SiteRent.com
SlimeCraft.com
SpaceRenaissanceAct.com
StarnbergHu.com
SunwayFloors.com
SwapFace.com
sxlvbohua.com
sxmxw.com
szkingjia.com
Taiku.com
TeamHay.com
TheFoodieBugleShop.com
TheHomeServerBlog.com
TheHouseOfWeed.com
TotalPoolCare.com
TotalSupplement.net
Tovivi.com
TRVocal.com
ValueCash.com
VegStyle.com
VenisonCache.com
vnnews.com
Webguinee.net
WishShell.com
wutaizhiye.com
xHumor.com
Yaoshancha.com
YazooRecords.com
Yuntips.com
Yuying99.com
ZetaZeta.com
zmntp.com
zsrxtravel.com

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday February 8th, 2019”

  1. Shane, I owned and operated a hotel for years. Once a year I went over every expense, from Insurance to electric. It’s amazing how cost’s can get out of hand! I tried to make it fun. 🙂

  2. Great news about your solar farm! I would enjoy hearing more about this, and seeing some pictures! Is it a federal program that you qualified for (because you had an existing farm)? Many thanks! Cheers, Carl

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