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

Raymond of pointed out a great article from 8 years ago written by Michael Berkens that is as true today as the day it was written. It was great going back in time and reading through all the commenters. There’s a relatively new Andrew Rosener who had only been in the industry 3 years but already had collected a portfolio of several LLL.coms and two LL.coms. There was also Robert Cline who ruined every discussion with his relentless talk of the beauty of dot co. He was 5 to 100 comments deep about dot co regardless of topic. That didn’t work out real well for him and he disappeared from the industry. And there was someone we all wish would disappear but is still here and thats BullS. He has added exactly negative 8 worth of valuable insight to the industry in a decade. And finally Owen Frager. He’s still alive and kicking but unfortunately he talked about domains and didn’t seem to invest in many. He’s been in it a long time but his portfolio is primally dust. I’m going to have to spend some time and go back and read more. It really was fun going down memory lane

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Quote of the Day: It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” —Frederick Douglass”

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Met reserve under $100. That’s a 10 pack of blades from Gillete No bidders at $1. Hosting CPC is one of the higher keywords. 20 years old Food domain with no bidders. Gets some visitors another way of saying paid out. No bidders Has a few different meanings but I like the flow of the words No bidders at $79 Up for auction but this time it will sell. Reserve dropped quite a bit Great fitness and health name. Met reserve at Upgrade name for dozens of companies. No reserve at $99 with no reserve. A popular wood for crafts and furniture in Hawaii Big topic right now. Expiry name

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Click names for latest prices and to pay for our efforts You don’t see a dot net with the most bids on the board very often. Plenty of uses for this one. And dot net doesn’t always work but in this case I think it does. Not that I would be a buyer but surprised this isn’t higher with the 333 at the end Sounds like an online education site An encrypted message platform or the money crypto. My guess is the second is a little hotter right now Love this one. Such a strong brand. I would buy this beer, whiskey or outdoor gear It definitely shows what they site is going to offer It’s all I hear from farmers around here. Going to grow hemp instead of corn and beans I had not heard of dot one but its a pretty strong keyword Same here. Curious to see how it does definitely get my whey protein here bro Getting lots of love but name sounds more like a how to than a does do Godaddy likes it but I think it sounds like Jew. Not that its bad People who like sailing, love sailing

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

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6 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, September 16th, 2019”

  1. I’m stunned at these people that have nothing better to do than to troll domain blogs. It’s the same names over and over… and I guess it’s been going on for years.

    Who hurt them so badly that they feel like this is a great use of their time?

  2. Good ole 2011. Can you imagine if Berkens had taken Frager’s suggestion of putting up 40% of his domain business for $200M (a $500M valuation)? People would’ve lost 93% of their money when Berkens sold to Godaddy for $35M just 6 years later.

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