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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday December 23rd, 2018

Namescon Auction will have as good of a list of names as has even been assembled at an auction in quite a while. If not ever.  BUT………………………………most of the names are merely a marketing entry.  Brent Oxley of HostGator fame has entered the huge list below that he admits are set at a high reserve and entered into the auction to get them some attention.  And there is absolutely nothing wrong with this.  Unless you are sitting in the live auction.  It’s going to take forever as we go through the bidding process with very few if any meet reserve.   I think that it could ruin the live auction.   On paper and hype its great.  For those that attend I would recommend sitting next to someone that you really enjoy spending a lot of time with.
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Quote of the Day:  “Don’t be so humble – you are not that great”  – Golda Meir

 Domain of the Day:    Short for Missouri.  Pretty what ever fan uses instead of trying to spell it out.  I would think this is a great buy under $1K

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction  At $500  Good start (US) and end(C) to this one  I feel like the owner should have taken the bid instead of throwing it to auction   PR for Public Relations, Press Release, Puerto Rico    C is strong and having VR for Virtual Reality in from makes this one strong   Nice  Everyone needs to have a few in their portfolio   If you’re not gay you’re missing half the fun.  That’s what a guy that cuts my hair said one time   I think of Equifax when I see it.  Actually was an app that let people pay each other but changed it based on how much their race made vs a white person.  And I did not make that up.  I think the name is better than the app  “start with the basic”   Met reserve so its getting a new home   Real close to reserve on this one as well.  I always thought things with X at the front sounded cool

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids Was curious how this one was going to go now that collectable LLLL.coms are down a bit.  Going just fine   Energy name.  Dodge Volt fan club  Godaddy says its worth $2K based on past sales.  It will sell for a lot more than that to the enduser.  Opinion only and it could take years  Love this one.  Big space   Love with premium western letters that end in A.  Companies with Association like to acronym down with their domains  The Juul of cigars


Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids  Sounds like an investment company to me  A whole site devoted to cell phone news.  Plenty of it out there   Cool way to spell Deployer.  No bids  Sounds like an off brand tool set at Wal-Mart  Not sure what you would uses it for but easy to spell and say.  And $12 at press time  The pattern I buy on  Going to have to be a fun brand.  Crazy doesn’t exude professional  Get drunk on the cheap stuff.  No bids  If Speedway buys out Goodyear  Pretty good play on BioMed  email product that went under


 The Rest of the Names With Bids

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2 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday December 23rd, 2018”

    1. I 100% agree. Would take every …single…one. The question is how many will sell at the live auction and do we have to sit through every one as we go through the process

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