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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday December 16th, 2019

Escrow.com

It’s about time to close up shop for the nursery and take a two week break. It’s been a long season with slow weeks still being 55 hrs a week. Add the domain investing, the running, and a few other hobbies, and its going to be nice to sit down and finish some books, work on RunBright, get my domains organized (said this for 6 months straight), and at times do nothing. We completely sold out of Christmas trees on Saturday. I always keep one awesome tree in the back to be the very last tree to pretend that even the last chosen tree is awesome. I expected Saturday to be slow because we had limited trees but it was really busy. Compared to last year we literally did 10 times more. Just an amazing year overall. A 25 year overnight success

To cap it we have snow that came in last night so while you’re reading this I’m out running crews. “Why do you have to run crews?” It’s really difficult to have a bunch of crews out and not be anxious. Well , it is at least for me. I’m in good health and doing snow is good exercise (although I sit in equipment a lot of the time). I might as well be out there and help it get done quicker. With my experience I am a little better at it and get it done faster. I get nothing done when I have all the crews out working anyway. It’s a psychological thing. As much as I hate worrying about snow it is great for the company and really helps pay the bills over the winter. And our equipment sits idle anyway. Might as well put it to use. We only use big loaders and skid steers. Snow and salt kill pickup trucks. We use them to carry equipment but no plows on them and the salter stays on one truck that gets washed every day. Nothing kills a truck more than salt and putting tens of thousands of pounds of force against the front end. Add in the transmission getting crushed being constantly shifted front then backwards, for 8 hours. I like sitting in a high, huge piece of equipment with good heat, a low volume relaxation music . Late at night its peaceful. If you have to do it during the day and dodge people. That’s a whole other story. Enjoy your day

Quote of the Day: I used to love those days when it was so cold everyone else would be tucked away inside trying to stay warm. I would be the only one out walking, so I could look across the fields and see miles of snow without a single footprint in it. It would be completely silent – no cars, no birds singing, no doors slamming. Just silence and snow.      -Damien Echols

Domain of the Day: GlassRepair.com Five figure name. The windshield repair business alone makes $50K a cheap price for a marketing name IMO

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

RobotMagazine.com As we all know, robots are going to do our tasks. Each day one job is taken away with technology. 20 years old , met reserve

DentalAgency.com 10s of thousands of Dental companies and dozens exact match. 16 years old and met reserve at $105

Pockler.com Sedo expiry has a decent amount of brandables at $79 and not many people go through their list since there isn’t much quality. But I find a few that are worth buying and throwing up on afternic at BIN or brand sites

SailBike.com Because you know there’s such a thing

EN7.com LLN.com always have value and some can hit low to mid four figures. This is one of them

Frail.com This one is sneaking thought because its negative. Closes soon and only at $2K

Beginner.io Reserve seems fair but no bidders

Broom.io Another .io You could clean up with this one

AYQ.com I think this one hits reserve. Chinese bidders are high bid and if they are on it the bids tend to move up more than if they’re not involved

GCMN.com Good letters, low reserve

Herstal.com 1990 birthday. One of the older names at auction in a while. South side Chicago for “hair style”

Aquaria.com Sounds like a Roman God but not. (oops forgot to set date when searching, this ends much later as does the one above)

Symposia.com Has the same flow as the name above. 1995 birthday

SpaceVideos.com Everyone loves space videos

Rogan.org Joe Rogan fan club

eHeal.com Online healing and wellness site

DeepPink.com Pink has been marketed to death. Differentiate and go a little deeper

Tizo.com I like CVCV but I always feel like I should own Tizzo as well.

SellMiami.com Any real estate person in Miami should want this one

GoldExchange.io Gold is not scared of bitcoin

Randy.biz I think dot biz are good enduser names. Cheap and people do remember the ending. Good emails too. Not great domain investments but there is money to be made. Just not the returns of dot com and harder to sell

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Click the links to fund the site and our work

Bestly.com another one of the add ly at the end of a noun things. And they still keep selling

Biggr.com and bettr

BestTrainer.com This is the time of year when people decide they need to work out and hire a trainer. They snap out of it in March

BioLean.com And start taking products like this

EliteSupplements.com and this

GardenOfVegan.com Sounds over spiced

BriteLine.com Will need BrightLine too but you’ll have half of it covered

iGang.com You only need one to start a gang

Earthu.com Look at past sales history and you’ll see that Earth names do well

TWMA.com Good letters. A for association or Atlanta

TaxHaven.com tax savings = more money. More money = will spend money to make it happen

Percolator.com Because you know these are going to make a comeback with the coffee snobs (I am included in the snob category)

SilverSeas.com The singular is a big cruise line

Flowerbeds.com Has a few beds, I mean bids

Repeat.org even the dot org seems to be finding some bidders

Crates.org Godaddy really likes dot org. Puts big values on one word dot orgs

SnoHawk.com Met reserve but a few days left

FCKT.com Am I the only one that sees “fucked” here?

Christmas.cc One of the better .cc . Timely

Zurdy.com At $30 at press time

Godaddy Names With One of No Bid

Omicron.net

Ceefa.com

EnergyEggs.com

PinkChair.com

DataSniffer.com

LeafStock.com

Mulefoot.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

43628.com
AdKing.com
AlexAndChloe.com
All-About-Dog-Houses.com
AreaGamer.com
BlueMesaReview.org
BlueTavern.com
BPGWerks.com
Buscatuning.com
CafeZydeco.com
CashTing.com
Chess-Rivals.com
China-Club.biz
ChooseCageFree.org
ClayCrosse.com
cv-masterclass.com
Daily-Coupon-Box.com
DisappearingRomney.com
EBSInstitute.com
FanBread.com
FayStyle.com
FlexibleSoft.com
fZ-5.com
GeoCities.net
GigaPark.com
HaloTrade.com
HardLinkExchange.net
HDecor.com
hj588.com
jgabrielgates.com
JosephGordonLevitt.org
JPKnight.com
JRJWrites.com
KnowGangs.com
LapRimaPizza.com
LiveFinancialAcademy.com
LiveMarketingAcademy.com
LiveNutritionAcademy.com
LivePhotoAcademy.com
LiveWebAcademy.com
LostAge.com
ManageYum.com
Map-Generator.org
MichiganOsprey.org
MileAnHour.com
MochaBeauty.com
Niswan.net
ObamaCTO.org
OKWI.com
OldtownInsurance.com
OuterLife.com
PhoenixCosmeticDentistry.com
PinecrestMotElandCabins.com
PlantingPeas.com
PlayersCasinoStyleGames.com
Remitify.com
Sabyan.com
ScotFind.com
SeoServiceGroup.com
ShalomLife.com
SmartFocusDigital.com
SmartHaven.com
SRSKansas.org
Strega.com
SubIndo.com
TechDivingMag.com
TheFabGiftBoutique.com
TinDin.com
TravelPitch.com
UploadsHub.com
ValueLand.com
ValueMail.com
Varvahu.com
Villaa.com
Vokka.com
Win-On-Slots.com
YorkshireFoodFinder.org




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