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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday February 10th, 2020

Escrow.com

One of the most common things people said to me at NamesCon was “Don’t publish this” so I am going to write a list of 20 things people said to me that they didn’t want published.

Just kidding

I like to tell stories but I know if it’s a story that shouldn’t be told. I’m an open book but the beauty of being an open book is nobody is looking for secrets because they assume you say everything. Christa Taylor told me “there are inside voices and outside voices”. In order to not get in meaningless pissing matches, I’ve tried to keep my inside voices inside last year and just keep it to story telling, praises, or giving opportunities for companies to improve. The later being disguised as bitching with the difference being I try and give solutions as I bitch.

I had many conversations at the bar, in the conference hall, and on runs that would be great stories but telling them could get people in trouble for revealing too much info. Or the info is a great money maker for DSAD and sharing it would take away from our ability to generate revenue. And finally if I said the person’s name, what they do, or offer, then readers would be emailing him/her and asking for favors or information. In short, the talks were in confidence and will stay that way. That all being said, a good story is a good story, and helpful information benefits all. I just have to be careful what that is. That’s why you see more historic stories

Today’s conference stories are nowhere near the old stories from the Playboy party, the Magic Castle, the car museum, and all the awesome place we got to go, but the parties are better suited to a person of my age now. The conference is maturing just like me. Is it a good old boys club? No, but its still a club and a sausage fest. Still, everyone is welcome and everyone is approachable. A simple “mind if I sit here?” got you in to any conversation you wanted. Those that stayed home 100% missed out. Travel was definitely more difficult this year and people with bad or no portfolios probably had more difficulty justifying spending $3K for a conference because sales were down for many people in 2019. I get it.

I won’t talk about the conference any more but I will summarize it this way. There has been a lot of money that has been made in domain investing. It’s changed a lot of lives and given people a financial comfort level that they can do anything they want in the future. That opportunity still exists. You say it was easier for the last generation but that’s not true. Other than parking revenue, domains were risky. People put in a lot of time and money into things that other people called crazy. They traded heavy risk for profit. Domains are now defined as genuine digital assets. Nobody questions their value as a whole. The new opportunity is the ability to valuate and sell these digital assets. Anyone can buy, but the people that can buy right and have the skills to sell them in all the various avenues will be the next generation that changes their financial future. There are no walls. Timeframes may be expanded by having less capital, but the road is there. People were at the conference because they had made their money and came to see old friends, and the others were there to learn how to do the latter.

Domain of the Day: OrganicSelection.com Everyone should have a few organic names in the portfolio

Quote of the Day: There is no feeling so tragic as wishing you had tried harder.” – 

Park.io Names at Auction or Dropping

Browsers.io Great name to test your products on different browsers

Storage.to Pretty big category. online storage. Park estimates and its only an estimate 45K visits a year

Alpha.vc Only certain words go with dot VC. Have to have a venture capital sound to it. This does IMO

Compete.gg Passed through the list and again, its the best I’ve seen in .gg in a while

DPA.io LLL.io almost all seem to have some value now

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

EDVC.com 24 years old. VC for venture capital

BarAssociation.org Sounds like the official Bar. Hope this isn’t used for bad

SiteData.com 1998 domain. Always more room for site evaluation companies. Good marketing or rebrand if this is what their company does

EarthSquare.com Another fine Earth name

NewHorizons.net Thousands of entities named this. The .net might be an upgrade for some

PersonalPillows.com Not huge value but pillows are an important part of a good night’s sleep

PrinterAccessories.com A bit long but bidders or at least one, really like it

Lijet.com Could be a typo of Legit or Li Jet, jet service

OzzieNewsome.com An Alabama TE great, Hall of Famer, and former General manager

GoCharts.com Go in front of anything is being used in today’s naming

Viity.com Closes today. At $79 at press time

SmartDomainer.com Better be good if you’re going to roll with this one. No bidders

4S.net Closing. Dot net but a super short dot net

XShow.com X is gonna give it to ya

Godaddy Domains With Bids

NewYorkOnline.com Most bids on the GD board today. 24 years old

VeganCenter.com New York is cool but Vegans…..cooler

VeganPeople.com see above

LeaseDomain.com Remember when this was a thing? Even the very smart Rick Schwartz thought it would work. Now we call it payment plans.

LostYears.com You never get them back

Piox.com Has a few trademarks for various things. So people already think its a good name

OrganicSelection.com Everyone should have a few organic names in the portfolio

HBags.com Handbags

JazzClubs.com Boring name, would have to have buildout to have much value. But maybe you like it

FreshGroceries.com Sounds like a delivery service right out of the box

Yixe.com CVCV.com which is always in demand

KSAG.com G for group. AG for agriculture

VipProgram.com Solid name for a loyalty program. 20 years old

PointyEnd.com Made famous in Game of Thrones when someone said “Stick them with the Pointy End”

Vezto.com 5L under $100 is always worth looking at

UltraCard.com Credit cards, collectible cards, loyalty card

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

Metta.net

RustyMetal.com

SmileQ.com

CoStarter.com

SpeedCable.com

MaximumLight.com

DirectDNA.com

CoinLoan.co

VeganDirect.com

HeadGrowth.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

3yue.com
495365.com
A4FlashGame.com
Acme3in1.com
ACSLift.org
AmericaStarBooks.net
Auship.com
BiteU.com
BullionBullsCanada.com
BW198.com
CapturesByErin.com
catalogo-ceapat.org
ChatConnect.com
Crasc.org
CrimeInChicago.org
DISGroup.com
DLeck.com
DubStyle.com
e2go.com
Eco-Viva.org
EducationEqualityIndex.org
eFoxtienda.com
emnlp2016.net
emnlp2018.org
EQED.com
FanPicked.com
FirstChoiceFlowers.com
ghchwa.org
GKLO.com
GoodMusiCallDay.com
HesePress.com
HometownGardener.com
Hyakunin.com
IndianaFirstSteps.org
iShae.org
IslamProject.org
jims-sae-site.com
JolyGolf.com
jr7h.com
la-irishfair.com
LemonadeMakinMama.com
Leshen.com
lq88.com
MapKiosk.com
Mcmoniglegroup.com
MemphisMagazineStore.com
MerciCoffee.com
MichaelSoule.com
MondoNeworleans.com
MontanaDispensary.net
MusicWorldRadio.com
Muzaffer.org
Netser.com
NextSinGapo.com
NoHighScores.com
OurAttorney.com
OutcomeManagement.com
Ouurs.com
pacommutes.com
PhotoBoxes.com
pkffoundation.net
PlusBelle.com
Radiometric.com
Rapidiario.com
RawFedCats.org
rjtminiatures.com
RNEL.net
Ruoca.com
SellTop.com
SeveFanclub.com
Shari.org
SirRom.com
SkycoskyLights.com
sosviaggiatore.com
SoulTap.com
SpinningYarns.com
SteakEdinburgh.com
SutterRidgeWine.com
TargetingMantra.com
TaskNow.com
TheBalancedAthlete.com
ThinkDifferentlyAboutKids.com
ThyDay.com
Tiyatrom.com
Transpoc.org
TravelLikeMe.com
TryEcommerce.com
TwoQBs.com
UkraineCasino.com
ValiNux.com
Via6.com
ViniviDivinvi.com
VisibilitySolutions.com
WaterForLifeConf2015.org
WeekendWedding.com
Xanim.net
YouMentor.com
ZingersIcecream.com



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