I headed back from NamesCon yesterday and like I always do, I got to the airport too early. I hate being late for a flight. I’d rather eat the furry macaroni I left in the nursery refrigerator than to sit in a security line knowing my flight is about to take off. So here I sit, hanging with my fellow airline passengers. Being in Texas I have the 65 year old Mexican man listening to his Spanish Novellas on full blast. Despite the fact he’s 30 rows away in the waiting area, I can still hear that Maria has been caught cheating on her husband and that her friends and family are disappointed. Advising her to beg him for forgiveness and reminding him what a great cook he is. I’m surprised she would even thinking of cheating on a man that can cook. I’m kind of upset I won’t be there next week to see what he says.
Even more alarming is that according to an airport announcement, Jeffry (or maybe its spelled Jeffrey, it was an audio announcement) has left “a bunch” of his belongings at the security checkpoint. I feel Jeffrey (I went with the e spelling) was probably running late for his flight and/or had 5 kids with him and just bailed out at the end of security saying, “Fuck it” I got to get going. Better off having all 5 kids get through and losing a bag of clothes from Fashion Bug, than having the casual wear and losing Kaitlyn somewhere.
And finally the lady in front of me at Einstein Bagels, complaining that they are taking too long to make her food which ironically is taking up more time than making the food. She seems like the kind of person that they forgot the raisins in her potato salad at KFC.
As for NamesCon. It was by far my best NamesCon ever. Too many people to name in one opening paragraph but every single person I went out with and talked to, is a better friend than they were a week ago. I learned so much about what they do in domaining, some great tips and info that will make me more money, more about themselves, their family, and their life. Putting a person behind the face. People know me more than most people at the conference because I talk about my life right here. It was good to hear more about them. We also signed a new advertiser in Park.io. I hope all of you follow through the links to their great auctions and keep them a continued supporter of what Travis, Josh, and I do here. We were supposed to start on the 1st so if you could buy 3 times as many names today to make up for the lost 2 days.
They’ll be more stories (the ones I can share) all week. What happens at a conference, stays at a conference, but I can still brag on some people and I think they’ll be cool with it. In the meantime lets get back in the routine here on the blog.
Quote of the Day: “You could be the juiciest, ripest peach in the world but there still would be someone who dislikes peaches”
Domain of the Day:
Park.io Names at Auction or Dropping
Task.sh Can’t find a much better productivity keyword than task and that’s the kind of names they’re using on .sh
EV.io I think this hits five figure. Electric Vehicle on .io. As good of a two letter .io as you’ll find
Bayleaf.io Commonly known term and a chance that nobody puts in a bid on this one and its yours for $99
Blunts.io I’d rather have the singular but there’s definitely a market for blunts
MealPlan.io Several uses for this one. Food delivery or Blue Apron type company
Cupcake.gg You have to have a super strong keyword to give .gg value. Not sure this is good enough but caught my eye on the list
Quote.ly Going to be as many bids as a name has seen lately on a .ly
Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction
QBI.com Two good LLL.com closing tomorrow. All comes down to reserves as it always does
JTG.com This one gets 1300 visits a month according to Sedo
CarHawk.com Cars was the number one searched domain keyword on godaddy. No bids . 20 years old
DNLogic.com Logic is a great keyword for companies that want to show they are in to AI
SuckABigOne.com Best email for newsletter signups there is on the board today
Dotox.com Nice 5L and yes they could get confused with Detox but we are talking six figure difference here
DebtConsolidation.com Next bid meets reserve. Americans at all time high personal debt
HotLadies.com Expiry name. Hot ladies will always have value
AJJA.com Perfect mirror and palindrome. Great grand and no reserve
Maruo.com Registered in 20 other tlds. A first name so it has tons of Google results
QualityWords.com Good name for someone in our industry. No bids
FireLime.com The kind of short two word domain that gets snapped up by brands
LongWave.com Another one right here
Godaddy Domains With Bids
Pay.cc As good of a dot cc as you can buy
SleepArt.com So much money in sleep. I’m starting to value it as much as pain relief
AgingTips.com Stay out of the sun. Done
HipCycle.com Top number of bids on the GD board today but the value is in the backlinks and juice
Sutras.com A collection of sermons. Getting some great bids
Fan-Sites.org Highest price on the Godaddy board today. Links not name
WinTickets.com Godaddy has this valued at $8K
Northeast.net Big enough keyword to have some value
MusicSelect.com Obviously going to be about music and the Internet is build on it
NNON.com 3 Ns, one price
TacticalMedia.com Sounds like they have a plan for my marketing
WiseCart.com Good checkout, merchant services name
Godaddy Names With One or No Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids
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