Michael Cyger was showing me a new domain evaluation tool he was working on and immediately two things came to mind. One, an amazing tool and I can’t believe the time and effort that must have gone in to making it. Members of DNAcademy have so much information and tools in front of them they can’t help but become better domain investors if they just go through the info and tutorials. The second is Mike is the true leader of domain education. Nobody doesn’t it better. You can follow the so called Kings on twitter but you are going to get a preacher not a teacher. Mike doesn’t call you names, belittle you. Tell you that if you don’t like what he says to f off. Nope. He brings the data. Brings the tools. He lets you learn for yourself. Maybe some day you’ll bring the new data that lets him build a better learning center.
We’ve all learned from Michael and become better domain investors. And I’m the only ass among them. People like Mike and Ammar Kubba prove you can be nice, help others, and be successful. Nothing wrong with sharing your success. If people think its bragging so be it. There’s nothing better than following someone’s journey in domain investing and see them have some great sales. Get the results they deserve. The hundreds of texts and phone calls asking questions and getting second opinions. Working together towards a goal. Individual profits but a group effort. If you think your information or “style” is proprietary, think again. You have been negotiated with by another domain investor just to see your answers and responses. You can use DomainIQ to email anyone anonymously and see. Don’t want to share prices or sales? Your portfolio is being tracked by many. All ins and outs. Then the history of where and who they came can develop a pattern of how names are found. There is no long term hiding of information in domain investing. They are going to learn from you whether you give out the information or not.
If you look at everyone as competitors then you are going to drive yourself crazy. You simply have to realize that friends are going to want the same names and they will bid to where they feel comfortable. For you to get pissed at them means you lack the mental ability to separate business from friendship. If its a public auction they were going to go for the name friends or no friends.
Kudos to Michael for his fantastic education center and the tools, knowledge and inclusiveness that it provides. Kudos to the culture that he promotes. In my opinion, this is the healthy way of learning and profiting.
Domain of the Day: TheBook.com The best sports book name I’ve seen for sale in years. Would be on it but I do feel there will be some trademark fights ahead. But you could win and then you could have a million dollar name IMO
Quote of the Day: “Someone once told me that human beings have three dimensions: how you see yourself, how others see you, and how you want others to see you. The closer the distance between the three dimensions, the more at peace you are and the more stable you become“. – Marwa Rakha
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
XYZ.gg ABC, 123, XYZ People build brands on because they are memorable
Conga.io C’mon everybody do that
Spreadsheets.io Its generic but there’s always more room for a good online spreadsheet tool
Handbill.io Great theatre name
Soar.vc the kind of name a firm or fund would be named
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
DigitalCurrencies.net. Big enough industry to give the dot net some value
Gagge.com Three Gs for the price of one
HempLine.com 24 years old. Someone was way ahead of the hemp game
IBNR.com R for Realty. 24 years, no reserve, and taken in 15 extensions
DependableTravel.com Sounds boring but travel company names are usually boring. Upgrade name for a few people
ShopOn.com No reserve and taken in a whopping 73 extensions
BubbleDome.com Now an NBA name
NaughtySports.com Met reserve at $600 so someone is about to get naughty
CornDog.com Everyone knows what a corndog is. A delicious treat and a heck of a brand.
BusinessMe.com 22 years old and no reserve. Business is a learned skill
BetWallet.com Great bitcoin gambling name
MotorcycleSource.com 22 years old and no reserve. Awesome domain for everything related to motorcycles including dirt bikes, scooters, racing bikes
Godaddy Domains With Bids
Correlated.com Almost at the same price as TheBook. I think relationship or social name when I see it
GrowersClub.com What a good canna or horticultural name
AmericanFlower.com EXACTLY the same thing here
Provit.com Taken in 35 extensions
LNC.org Great letter. C is a fan favorite
2020Group.com 5 more months to get your value out
ChainPortal.com Get you some of that bitchain
BambooMedia.com All media names seem to have value. Why not bamboo?
SolarPost.com Another nice Solar name
SimplyGlasses.com You know what the site sells. Just don’t know what type of glasses until you get there
HealthKeep.com Love watching the heath and wellness names doing so well. I think they continue to climb . Its at the top of our important list. Although it should have always been at the top
KidneyOptions.com Dialysis all the way
WannabeBig.com Everyone is coming for the backlinks. Not to get swole
JetGames.com Be the next addicting games
BlockLawyer.com Is there such thing as a block chain lawyer ?
Protexis.com I see a security name here
CarbonReduction.com Not at the forefront of talk right now but used to be and should be now
Sellero.com The poor man’s Sello
Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids
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