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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday September 25th, 2020

Escrow.com

The hardest part of doing anything is staying motivated. The only way I can keep myself moving forward is by creating small little goals to achieve. Sometimes its weekly goals, sometimes monthly, and a lot longer-term. Without it, the time between purchase and sales seems like an eternity. It’s depressing seeing all the people on Twitter making sales. At times it seems like everyone else is selling but me. I have to remind myself that my strategy is a little different. I have a few smaller sales and then a few big ones each year. This year I have had more sales in dollar volume than ever, but there are months when I didn’t have a sale. It’s hard to not have some kind of “action” going all the time.

So I set goals. Goals that keep me busy and not just buying to buy. This week’s goals was to double-check my pricing on 50 names and list them on Dan. That was it. Nothing more. To a person that does this for a living, that’s nothing. But to a person that works a 60 hour a week job in addition to domain investing, it’s a good goal. I only have 500 names so 10% is good. I got it done.

Writing this list every day keeps me pretty involved in domain investing. I pretty much see every domain that comes up for aftermarket auction. It’s difficult not to buy 10 domains a day at closeout or cheap. But that’s not my strategy and I constantly have to tell myself that. One of my goals is to NOT buy domains. To be selective and patient. Something hard to do when your gambling, addictive, personality is telling me to go go go. What’s made it easier and harder is the big six-figure sales. There’s cash in the bank. It makes it easier because you have the bank account to look at if you don’t feel satisfied with the results. But it also burns a hole in your pocket. You can buy pretty much anything. It’s a good problem to have but it can still be a problem.

There’s not a day when I think to myself “maybe I should put a name or two up for auction to create some cashflow”. Then I remember that I have to stay patient. I have cash and I don’t need flow. It’s the action that I need. And that brings me back to creating little things that give me action to fill the addiction. I’m saying all this because most of you probably share the addiction. Some may have the same bankroll. Some of you may be spending your real job paycheck on domains. You have to be very selective if you’re doing that. You’re not playing with “house” money. Actually, you are playing with house money. Its the money you should be using pay for your house, not domains. But if you are buying domains you have to be super careful with this addiction. Setting goals, limits. Once you sell a few and have that money to spend is where you can take a few more risks. All this is not advice, ok its advice. Although telling someone to be patient, watch their addiction, and be careful with their money is probably considered decent advice.

Quote of the Day: “You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequences of your choice

Domain of the Day:

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

FuelCell.io The world is going to be run on batteries aka fuel cells

Busty.io Pretty sure adult names aren’t allowed on .io so looks like we’re going to sell busts of famous people here

Spotting.io Good name for looking for things, bad if you’re talking periods

SnowPlow.io Not sure if this is worth the $99. Would look good on the side of a snowplow truck though

Term.io This on the other hand, I’m positive is worth at least $99

WXL.io I like my domains like I like my fries. XL

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

Serd.com The pronounceables are getting all the action on the Sedo LLLL.com auctions

Tonq.com Will probably hit the four figure mark

Yerr.com I see this one at $800-900. Just a guess

Butcher.biz I think this makes a solid end user name for $99. And gets traffic

Helmet.org It’s hard to sell off a dot org but its a great keyword

WFF.net Great letters. Dot net gets no respect but the LLL.nets have always been liquid

SMLab.com 1994 birthday and taken in 32 extensions

Matar.com Means “to kill” in Spanish. And not the good kill

OceanMind.com Taken fun 23 extensions. I’d drink the IPA

Godaddy Domains With Bids

HoverCart.com A companion to the Hover Board from Back to the Future

Covista.com Sounds like a tech company

V333.com Chinese love this type of name and it looks like their bidding here

ThinkPrivacy.com Privacy is at the top of concerns of Internet users. Price reflects that

BeautyTribe.com Most bids on the Godaddy board today.

ExclusivePools.com Pool installs are at all time high

Cahy.com Fake CVCV

AllThingsHealth.com A little too broad for me but good category

WebSections.com I thought this was Web Selections. I like the real name but I liked selections better

That’s it. I really don’t like much at Godaddy today

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

BigReputation.com

Notch.tv

DopeMix.com

MarijuanGuru.com

HauntedHalf.com

WhyWeBelieve.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

337kan.com
39797.com
62789.com
97006.com
ArabicResearch.com
ArcherHardGoods.com
AsiaBuffetCapecoral.com
BajaBigFish.com
BentonvilleArkansas.com
BestDebtConsolidation.com
BritishBoxing.net
Bronze-Dragon.com
CanadianGoldens.com
CarMeLitas.com
CodeWerx.com
Crudex.com
DiamondRingsMusic.com
Dwellin.com
EatMyGames.com
EEWA.com
EGMW.com
EllenHoog.com
Espousal.org
ExpertMen.com
farmtablecucina.com
FMInc.com
FrancescaGasperini.com
GamerAssaultWeekly.com
GamerWine.com
HomeAdvisor-NearMe.com
Hoskinson.net
icme2016.org
IMGFapper.com
James-Sherwood.com
JuicyMoney.com
KetoTrim.com
KevinMeaney.com
ladanzadevida.com
Lamohea.com
lartistarestaurant.com
LoveMeBeauty.com
Lyricsmasti.com
MissLou.com
moh-ghana.org
MojaveExperiment.com
MSDirect.com
MyAmericaAtHome.com
NewfoundlandDogStore.com
pakmailstockton.com
Pakyu.com
ParadiseVillage.org
pcawa.org
PenBlade.net
Perido.com
PetMuseum.com
Real-Projects.org
recoursaupoemeediteurs.com
RICJ.com
RMPO.com
SeoToolGuru.com
SteelCityBluesFestival.com
SubsurfaceProgression.com
TechCentralsf.com
TextLimit.com
TheMentoringProject.org
TuttoTesti.com
UgandaTravelGuide.com
VeniceLawyers.com
VMLV.com
YachtPals.com



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