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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday April 6th, 2020

Why do I list how many extensions a domain is taken in? Because in general the more extensions its registered in, the better chance that someone will want the name. Either as an upgrade or because they are going to have to buy an extension, might as well start with the dot com first. Its not to say that someone couldn’t have purchased 15 other extensions and held on to them as protection but its not as likely as it was a decade ago. People stopped worrying about who was building out the dot net and dot biz once they owned the dot com.

The opposite works. If a name I like is only registered in the extension I am looking at it tells me that not too many besides me thinks the name is very good. They weren’t even willing to pay $10 or $15 to give it a try. And this only works in the dot com. If 200 other extensions are taken and you are looking at the dot info its not really telling you much. Like saying your Ford Fiesta’s color is being used on 200 other cars. The color is cool but its on a Ford Fiesta not a 992 Porsche where its rare.

On a side note. I was thinking of having an actual Logo for because I want to make up some promo stuff. If you come up with a logo that we pick I’ll give you $100 via PayPal or 20 free listings . Think 99 designs of our readers. Don’t be offended if we don’t choose it but I know a lot of you readers are great at graphic design. Josh is good but he’s pretty busy being in public service during a health crisis.

Domain of the Day: at $14K at press time. Guess the final result within $500 and I’ll send you a gift

Quote of the Day: “Life is the graceful execution of Plan B.” Names at Auction or Dropping Memorable and one word brand. That’s what dot io is built on Can’t get a much bigger keyword than “photo” One of the rare two word dot IO that I like An area in the Yukon territory of Canada best known for the gold rush. I know it as a tasty ice cream treat I feel like there are a lot of Venture Capitalists that are named Gary How about Carl? Still at $8300. Could be a good time to buy LLL.coms

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Auction We’re all stay at home Moms now. But I see this more as a Mom hack site with helpful hints and tricks. Met reserve 20 years old. Everyone loves music Solid name for a nail salon or hand and nail beauty supplies. When they open again. 18 years old Any testing name is worth looking at right now. 15 years old Great letters, ends in C, 24 years old, registered in 34 extensions. That’s all Haven’t seen anything called this in decades. And that’s how old it is Upgrade name for a few. 21 years old, taken in 12 extensions. I think Shroeder when I hear this Worth a few bucks just as an email for some boomer. Just kidding, older generation deserves more respect than that. And I actually like Rick 20 years old. Good for your new domain name business A plural would be five figures IMO but this is also going to do well 1999 birthday. You better be good if you’re going to build this one out This is an example of the above. Taken in 282 extensions. The most of every name at Namejet. Doesn’t give it value. But it is a great name to compare Mics. And good timing because more people are working online. But will take a buildout to give it value

Godaddy Domains With Bids Top number of bids on the Godaddy list today Two great solar names on the list today Here’s the other one Huge industry of buying and selling used cell phones Going to redo your closet or experts that haven’t told anyone yet Its a dot net but lots of people think canna is medicine There’s value in being #1 I like the FYI part. You can keep the J Repeating number at the end of a Its like money in the bank GD values it at $7500 which is at the high end of their valuations LL and 8. Cash money The silent K is a radio test bitch Ain’t no party like a LA party Top letters 22 years old . Sounds like a tech company Millions of dogs and cats have been added to families this last month Remote and Share are two hot keywords Love book clubs. Like a running club. Makes you do something you should do but wouldn’t if there wasn’t a group to meet you each week Blood or plasma or anything you regenerate but could help someone else

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

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4 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday April 6th, 2020”

  1. Shane, great idea to get a logo made. I just had one done at Hatchwise. I did the basic $50 and an addon shoutout – with fees it was $120. I got about 180 entries – about a dozen excellent ones. I was quite happy.

  2. I went into 99designs the other day to have a logo done and the minimum is now $299 for a contest….used to be able to start $50 contests and usually get something halfway decent…

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