Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday October 5th, 2018

Oct 05 2018

We recorded a new episode of DomainSherpa this week and I think its one of the better shows lately.  Not because I am back on.  That actually detracts from it, but because there is a great mix of helpful hints and stories in this weeks episode.  This week its Tess of course as host, Drew and I, and Joe Uddeme.   We even finally learn how to pronounce it but I’ve already forgotten.  I think its YOU DEM ME.  Joe is a fantastic panelist and one of my favorite people to be on the show with.  He has a great experience in this industry in all aspects.  Buy side, sell side, big and small deals.  Just listening to him talk I can easily see why people feel comfortable calling him to make a deal.

There haven’t been as many comments lately on the show and again I don’t think its because I’m not on.  We haven’t done a great job letting everyone know there’s new content and haven’t been as interactive as we should be.  That is going to change.  But any advice would certainly be appreciated. Are there segments you want to see, people you want to be on the show, things to remove.  The point of the show is to be informative and entertaining and although we hit one or both on occasion, its always good to grow, pivot and improve.  Feel free to send me an email if you want to do it privately, or put it in the comments.  Have a great day.  Here are today’s names. Click through to see the current price


Quote of the Day:  You’ve got a life to live. It’s short, at best. It’s a wonderful privilege and a terrific opportunity – and you’ve been equipped for it. Use your equipment. Give it all you’ve got. Love your neighbor – he’s having just as much trouble as you are. Be nice to him; be kind to him. Trust God and work hard” -Norman Vincent Peale

Domain of the Day:         Branding and media names continue to flourish this year

 Namejet and Sedo Names and Others    This one is doing better than most because its a pattern people like, VCVC.  Met reserve    Uniregistry is all over this one.  Same pattern as above.  Met reserve so it will have a new home  Met reserve and will sell.  Anything of value at some point needs repair  We talk about Z names on sherpa.  And I have a funny follow up story   I love eating vegetarians.  Met reserve I know there is a trademark but sure would make a great email   No bids.    Sneaky or dog


Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids  1998 birthday.  I googled it and had no idea that it would get so many results.  Explains all the bids   It needs to at least more than would go for   Bids are coming because of the hot buzzwords.  Too boring for me   Because marijuana smokers don’t like chemicals   There’s that word natural again.  Bidders love it  Has Bet in it  HUGE problem in ponds and lakes.  An old site so getting so good bids   All consonants.   Doesn’t mean what it used to getting some love

Godaddy Domains With No Bids Its where the action is.  1999 domain Nice  Sounds Japanese  Prep for something.  Short and easy to spell  Sounds like an IPA so its a great brand Not sure anyone will start a new site but if they did  Hundreds of cities have an event called this.  Put a low BIN and move it can see it on a T-Shirt  I like this one.  Reputation is not just fixing bad stuff but creating a good reputation  I still like these types of names even though its not 2007  I might take a quick flyer on this one since it doesn’t have a bid  Fly in a jet, not a plane

OTHER Godaddy Domains With Bids

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We 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 us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both 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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  1. Tomas Jonsson

    I made a comment on a DomainSherpa episode maybe a month ago, but it was never approved, even though it wasn’t offensive or anything like that. So it could be that someone/webmaster doesn’t know how to approve comments (or is extremely sensitive to what people write).

    And to be honest, I don’t like the direction the show has taken lately. An entire show discussing the acquisition of Come on.
    I understand why Drew would be interested in that, but average domainers, and certainly rookies like me, are not buying and selling two character domains. Hearing experts discuss the type of domains I have a chance of investing in are way more interesting to listen to. Just my 2 cents…

    1. Andrew Rosener

      Thanks for the comment Tomas.

      First off, as you said, the comment issue was / is a webmaster thing. We literally haven’t been approving comments apparently and now there is a massive back log. Some folks were apparantely auto approved when Cyger owned the show so those comments get posted but everyone else ended up in a black hole! We are working on this! SORRY!

      As for the show on PX.COM, I have to disagree with you! The domain itself is NOT the point. Its not the focus of the show. Just like when we reveiw a really horrible user submitted portfolio, even if all the domain names are worthless, there are a lot of lessons to be pulled from the show. Specifically in the show, I would argue that one of the most important lessons every taught on DomainSherpa was presented. The perspective of a founder on how THEY value a premium domain and what elements push them to make a big investment. Understanding what motivates an end user to buy your domain and how they arrive at a value for that domain for their business is CRITICAL. LITERALLY THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN LEARN IN DOMAINS. PERIOD.

      Stick with us. We’ve had growing pains since we bought it from Michael Cyger no doubt but we are doing our best and plan to make lots of positive changes in our communication, formats, etc… and of course approving comments!

      1. Tomas Jonsson

        Thanks for replying Andrew!

        I have to admit that I actually stopped watching the episode after 5 minutes. I guess I will have to watch it after all! 🙂

        I’d also like to say that I love watching the DomainSherpa show. I’m watching at least two episodes/week and I have now “worked” my way back to early 2016. I’m learning a ton!

        Something that gets discussed a lot on NamePros is doing outbound and what the best practices are. Would be great if you could do an episode on that!

  2. chris geras

    They do not reply to emails either for whatever reason, and seem to have a general communication issue. If more reader/viewer engagement is desired, that should be addressed. Thanks for asking.

    And, there is a tremendous queue for portfolio review. But the ones that are reviewed are always so bad. Personally, I would find it more interesting with better portfolios. Watching the Sherpas struggle to find value amongst the crappy hand-regs is getting old. A bit of quality control would be great!!!!!!!

    Finally, I find your insights and knowledge and experience to be the most relatable to the average/upper average investor. Thanks again Shane. I always look forward to your shows.

  3. Stu Maloff

    Hi- I have been watching the show since it’s creation and domaining since 2000. We live in an interactive and what’s in it for me world. Just like at NamesCon, maybe once a month have a live episode in which people can type in or call in questions. You can have someone on the other end screening them and choosing the most relevant ones.
    I have no clue about the logistics involved in making a live show happen without technical issues, but I do know that every Sunday they have live feed shows talking about who to start in fantasy football and watchers ask who to start. Having a time slot like a Tuesday night at 10:00 may get enough of an audience to watch and ask questions about a domain they own, bought or sold. It may be easier to analyze one portfolio, but telling people about one of their domains means more to the listeners.
    Just food for thought….

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