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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday August 26th, 2019

It was nice to see my idea of posting your top names catch on. Of course it caught on because a real domain website asked people to list their top names. I honestly wrote it to troll Theo at DomainGang because he writes some pretty antagonistic posts in the form of parody but has yet to produce a list of his top names. I figure he could give us his 20 best names and end my pursuit but its never happened. I am positive it won’t happen. I just feel if you are going to say anything other than report news you have to have some success in either selling names or buying them. Buying them is relatively easy because it takes money. Of course you can spend quite a bit on names that aren’t as good as the price you paid but its still easier than selling them. And selling a few over the years big or small doesn’t do much either. I’m no stud at selling names myself. No big sales. Mostly singles and doubles that are just enough to keep buying more names. Repeat that process over 10 years and it adds up. I’ve been posting my names the last few days to show what I’ve been buying and will continue to show more. I am going to list my LLLL.coms this week.

As expected, many of the top names listed by domain investors were not very good. Names that really don’t have much value and if truly the best in the portfolio doesn’t lend itself to a profitable domain investing career. But we all have to start somewhere and my portfolio list would have been pretty rough the first few years. Generally and a NNNN.coms and then a ton of terrible .net and worthless dot coms. It took a while to get it right. And while I was getting it right I missed parking and an opportunity to get names at a big discount. I just couldn’t figure it out and I didn’t have the patience to buy one great name because it was so boring to have 20 names. I was throwing darts instead of tucking names away. Its why I congratulate anyone that has the confidence to post their names. I just hope many understand that their top names have to get better if they want to build their portfolio from internal money. If they keep filling it with bad names they will have to continue to buy names from outside sources and while fine in the beginning, it is good way to lose money.

Domain of the Day: Top price on the board today. Private cars aren’t going anywhere. I think Uber made the market but someone else will take over with time

Quote of the Day: Arguing with a fool proves there’s two

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Food truck or just something that helps you cook on the go Sounds like a company that you would call to mark the lines before you dig you in your yard No reserve Means “to tread lightly” in Laotian. I made that up. Means nothing Would be a good name if the reserve is closer to the left side of the range No bidders on the newest page about NY nightlife Premium letters. Should cross $1K 112 bidders. They’re loving this one People still collect pottery Yeah. I see Jesus too Met reserve at $70

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids It’s getting lots of love but just not sure I would name a website or company this The most valuable type of property with a little bit of food as well Some are going to see this as a typo of but I like the seed part Nice marketing name although most use the term Catchphrase in the US Every light is now LED and cannabis has created a huge market for LED grow lights Coming up later in the week. So many uses Reminds me of the video that everyone refers to where Henry Ford is banging on a fender showing how strong it is and everyone claims its made of Hemp. Its not but the story is better if it is There is some irony in making this site Everyone loves gain Not sure if its worth a lot but good name for information site Clothing and fashion all the way Online adulting Volunteer/humanitarian name I feel like you have to pick one Can’t get much hotter than eSports right now A good brandable if the price doesn’t get too high

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

The Other Godaddy Domains with Bids

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