Domain Spotlight:

Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday October 12th, 2020

Escrow.com

Below is a post I wrote 11 years ago in 2009. The beauty of blogging every day is you can go back and read things like a time capsule. The name of the post was “How to Draw a Small Audience and Make $1 a day in Only 30 Days” I literally was righting for 10 or less people every day. But you can tell I was going to do it until I was successful. I did set the bar a little low with the whole Chef Patrick thing.

What I look like at night up writing
What I look like at night up writing

Not really the headline that makes you want to blog is it?  My wife stopped asking several blogs ago about why I write for nobody each night.  I would put in an hour every night writing for audience of 10 to 100 people.   And that was just unique visitors, most of them probably never read a sentence. In the beginning she would question my sanity, or vanity. I can remember telling her, “you have to start somewhere”.  That is always at the bottom. When you start blogging, nobody knows who you are.  Are you going to put in a day, a month, and then quit?  Are you there only to try and make a few dollars and write your entire blog in a SEO style, writing about the basics that everyone already knows?  Nobody want to put time into a blog that is going to disappear in a few weeks or writes like they don’t care that anyone is reading but google. (google likes links back to their site).   Like everything in life you keep at it and eventually people will take notice.  Last blog I used my humor and social media to build it up to 800K uniques a month with 2 million page views.  It was nice.  Free books sent my way every week. I even posted about liking Fat Tire beer and a reader sent me 500 bottles of Fat Tire.  And then I sold it.

Why did I sell it?  The offer was too good to pass up and they paid me a salary for a year for doing nothing but overseeing the transition.  I took that money and bought domains and that lead me here.  Back to square 1 with no readers and a blog that makes me a dollar a day.  And yet I’m cool with that.  Some day I’ll be up there with Patrick (aka ChefPatrick) with a following that actually looks forward to what I post each day.  I personalized this domain so I can’t sell it.  I’m in this one for the long haul.  Sure, I won’t have posts each and every day, but I will stay consistent. Consistency, I found, is the key to readers coming back.  They like fresh, original content.

Next statement from my wife.  “You make low to mid XXX,XXX a year with your regular business, no matter what you make it won’t be worth your time”  My goal in domaining is to build, buy, and sell domains.  What a better way to learn that to surround yourself with others that do the same.  Every time I write, I learn.  I learn from other’s mistakes, take in their successes, and move towards bigger and bigger projects and sales.  I have made hardly any money on my blog but I’ve sold 3 domains and have had more offers for domains I own than in the last 3 years combined. I made $800 profit last week selling domains.  I plan to make millions.  I plan to make millions on the ground and in the net.  I WILL do it through domains or the sites I create on those domains.  Hopefully, you’ll join me in my journey and see just how I do it.

Click on the links to see current price and to pay for the gas that runs this site.

Quote of the Day: “I hope that when I die, people say about me, ‘Boy, that guy sure owed me a lot of money.’” — Jack Handey

Domain of the Day: BusinessCoaching.com Do people really need coaching. I just thought you bought one and sold it for 10X more. Seriously, a whole business is ready to be built on this beautiful name.

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Ruler.io This one measures up well against the other names today

Club.ag I don’t think I realized that .ag was this old. 2008 birthday

Cams.to Huge keyword. Gives all tlds value

Sports.gg As close to eSports as you’re going to get

Concierge.co Getting a great price. Evidently everyone can spell concierge

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

Shun.com Don’t see 279 bidders in an auction at Namejet every day

WeSellHouses.com I can see it on the Billboard now

LearningStation.com 23 years old. I like station names. Not that I’ve sold them. Just like them for some reason

RestMaster.com Bed or Pillow all the way

TorontoFlower.com With flower meaning cannabis

DirectSelect.com Exclusive and rhymes

1Plus.com Taken in 76 extensions. And almost 1000 versions

CrowdMoney.com Perfect crowd funding name

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Zyon.com At 5 figures already. And not because of Zion Williams. Its because its short and used to be a webhost

MPhone.com Microphone, Non iPhone. Taken in 41 extensions

APGP.com Good 4Ls are now crossing 4 figures at wholesale again

VeriFund.com Nice fintech name. Exudes secure payments

ActorsLife.com Not as glamorous as many think

ToolNinja.com and TrafficNinja.com Two chances to get your ninja on

LemonDigital.com To me, these are the kinds of names you would buy if you think a particular category is growing. Digital, capital, design with a adjective in front.

ArenaDigital.com add this to your digital collection above

BTCBoom.com BTC and Trump are two things I’m getting tired of on my Twitter feed.

BitGolden.com but I don’t get tired of bitcoin names

CondoProperty.com to exact match for me

Kwerq.com Quirk. Phonetics seem to still be popular for new ventures

SpaceTurtle.com I’d go to their concert or drink this IPA

Indulger.com An odd for of the word but I get the use. Make you want it

Linuxing.com I actually wrote a program in Linux for a class. Don’t remember one thing except I got a C

SneakerTracker.com Perfect name for today’s hot sneaker collectible market

Poong.com I love me some Poong. Just kidding, I know its Korean but it has multiple meanings

SnapAlert.com Add on to SnapChat all the way

RedBid.com Taken in 10 extensions. 21 years old

TrendingLive.com This is a data name. Going to need some servers on this buildout

Ohlsen.com More Olsens than I thought spell it this way

YouHaveChoices.com This is going to be a marketing name only

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

4Health.org

Saber.tv

UltraSalt.com

SoftTracker.com

TheCoin.tv

SplashTail.com

TrollSafe.com

Detalsi.com

WaveClear.com

BrownDust.com

MarySells.com

Capnu.com

BitShoe.com

GasFind.com

ChainInsider.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bid

18300.com
32325.com
AboutNuclear.com
ADSBattery.com
Ahihi.com
AllSpot.com
Amagokoro.com
Apadrino.com
BodyCurve.com
Box4You.com
BuffOne.com
BurgErbaRandBistro.com
CanaBizz.com
CastorGallery.com
CelebrateBeauty.com
Chorki.com
DynamicsSoftware.com
EmergencyTrucks.com
FlightApps.com
FriendsOfGreyhounds.org
H208.com
HammamSpaMarrakech.com
HappinessWay.com
HarmFreeCare.org
HeritageDubaiHotels.com
horeca-kuwait.com
Ibiome.com
innosfera.org
Inobtr.org
JewelryCollectibles.com
JSClub.com
KCQU.com
Kekepa.com
LATrip.com
LegalDatabase.com

LVUM.com
MartinProsperity.org
MauiBeachfrontRentals.com
mhcviva.org
MinervaIt.com
Minesy.com
MSWG.org
Nabang.com
NewmexicoMortgages.com
NPCV.com
OJHL.com
OpenEngagement.info
PlasticSurgeryMagic.com
Redturs.org
RetroGamerBlog.com
SacramentoHeritage.org
Shangri-La-Resort.com
ShiratakiNoodles.com
ShropshireHistory.com
SouthSlopeNews.com
StillBay.com
SupplementSonly.com
SyncedSolar.com
TalkYard.com
TheLadyAndTheReaper.com
TheTemptation.com
TouchTo.com
ToxicFree.com
UEJH.com
VictorSandSpoils.com
VirtuAlitSolutions.com
WhatIsInit.com
WhyFind.com
WVSK.com
YesDentalKissimmee.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.

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