Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday December 9th, 2018

Dec 09 2018

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NamesCon is coming up and you’re going to hear all different thoughts from various people about why they go and why they don’t.  I’ll tell you that like everything is life, the conference is what you make it.  If you want to go and make connections and put in some effort you absolutely will.  I remember the first time I met Mike Sallese.  We were either at a live Domain Sherpa show (before I was a regular) or a live auction.  I can’t remember which but a name came up.  ButterCrackers.com.  He walked up to me and said “that’s my name” .   Hey said it with such a smile and looked so proud of the name that for the rest of the show I called him ButterCrackers.  Half because I couldn’t remember his name but because it was a hilarious domain.  Not too long after I got back I received a package addressed to me at the nursery from Mike.  Yup.  A big box of generic butter crackers.  We’ve been friends ever since.

It shows that just a little something that breaks the ice, starts the conversation, or is memorable could build a relationship. There is no such thing as good old boys club for most attendees.  A smiling face and a handshake will pretty much do the trick. Add that initial meeting to a gathering at night and the stories will flow.  Its amazing what a few beers will do to a conversation.  The bar at the Tropicana is always a great place to start.  You’ll see the who’s who of domain investing there at some point and the evening almost always starts and ends there.

If anyone blows you off then you really didn’t want to work with them anyway.  And don’t get upset if someone ignores you or doesn’t acknowledge you.  Again,  its part of business. I’ve been active for 9 years and dozens of people ignore me in every room I enter. Heck, We didn’t even make the top 10 domain blogs for Daryl Lopes……..yesterday. And there are only 8 active blogs.  Not everyone is going to be your best friend and your new domain friend.  But there will be some that get you.  And those some will make you happier and more profitable because you’ll be able to share information that will make you a better domain investor.  Sure, you could meet them via email but meeting them in person and putting a face to a relationship is always a better start.  NamesCon gives you that opportunity.  4 days of it.

Like I said, the afternoon and evening is where everything happens.  My advice would be to sleep in and stay out late.  It would also be to pace and limit your drinking.  A drink or two to smooth the edges always is good for a conversation but too many and you because known as the drunk guy instead of the guy you’d like to talk more to. Another piece of advice is to bring your story.  People remember who you are by what you do for living or hobby when you’re not domain investing.   Josh is is a paramedic EMT,  Cyger was a Six Sigma expert, Drew Rosener was the fish guy. Everyone was something else when they first started.  If you have a big name , and make sure its really a nice name, make sure people know that.  Steven Kennedy was the Strawberries guy because he was a very young kid at the time but he owned Strawberries.com, or maybe it was Strawberry.  But either way it was how we knew him.   In short, give people something to remember you by.

I know this is socializing 101 but I write this every year to remind people what a great opportunity lies ahead at our biggest conference.  Anyone that thinks they don’t need it is limiting themselves. I don’t think you have to go every year but its a must every couple years IMO.  I can almost guarantee that there will be a relationship or a helpful tip or trick that will pay for the entire trip.  If you think you don’t have time I’ll tell you what my wife says when I say I can’t make it to her parents for the weekend.  “When you really want to do something you always find a way to make it happen. If your friends ask you to somewhere you suddenly are able to get off work.  When I ask you to go to my parents its always an important weekend and you can’t get off.  Make THIS something you really want to do”  So I say the same thing.  Find time.  Make NameCon something you really want to do,  Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

 

Quote of the Day:  “Indifference and neglect often do much more damage than outright dislike.” ― J.K. Rowling

 Domain of the Day:  ABBI.com        Buying a first name for under 5 figures is getting tougher and tougher every year

Namejet and Sedo Names and Others

PacificHighway.com  One of the most scenic and iconic highways in the US. To me, that makes a great brand.  Met reserve so it will sell

PrancingHorse.com  the symbol of Ferrari. Good way to have a Ferrari site without trademark problems.  No bids

Catchfly.com   Actually a native plant and plant names make great brands

Comfortland.com I feel like I could get a waterbed there

Coddle.com I think this one does very very well.  I will say $5000 plus

82.io  Don’t think I’ve ever seen a NN.io up for auction

Fuzzu.com   No bids.  looks and sounds fun

Boot.com   My favorite one word name in the last few months.  Reserve is more than fair.

DAZ.com   I think this one sells as well

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

NaughtyBox.com  Forget a man crate.  I want a naughty box

StarWatch.com  Everyone loves celebrities.  Although could be an app that helps you find and see the stars at night

CentralInsurance.com   Good generic insurance company name.  22 years old

PerformanceQuest.com  I feel like I will get better just by setting up an appointment

Glodex.com  Not sure how the letters dex got into so many names but its a popular ending in businesses

HolidayZone.com  This is the time of year when you can more than pay for a name like this with decent buildout.

GreenToken.com  Not quite as valuable with crypto crash but worth money before and after the surge

JobStep.com  A computer term that most people won’t know but makes a good brand for the employment industry as well

FibGlass.com  What cool people use instead of the words fiberglass

Joora.com  My favorite 5L on the list today

MyDrones.com  “My” names have a good history of sales

VeryWise.com  you better be if you are going to use this name

DivineWisdom.com  A soothing name

Dhama.com  Sounds like the guy that would be giving out the divine wisdom

GoKPop.com  K-Pop is an amazing thing.  Taylor Swift is a blip compared to their stars

Zaraz.com  Under $100 at press time

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

Fuzzz.com  I’ll through in another Z to keep it at $12

CountryRain.com  Sounds like a new liquor from Nashville.  No bids

BeaverBeach.com  I’ve been there.  Smells terrible.  Must have had a fish kill

SpankU.com  Some people REALLY like spanking

ElectNobody.com  I know some people feel this way some times.  Sell it to them when they do

GingerPickles.com Not worth anything but would get a laugh every time you gave your email out

BestSitemaker.com  I know its something people search for.  Not sure if Wix has an affiliate program

GoodNames.org  Love the good names part but the .org is a bit tough to use when you are trying to show you sell the best

UltraAlert.com  Sounds like a next level alert system.  No bids

ChinaSummit.com No bids.  China is growing pretty fast.  I’m sure there will be a summit there eventually

538.me  Worth $25 as an email alone in my opinion

Jonsy.com  Nice 5L with one bid at press time

DuraVape.com  Long lating vape

 The Rest of the Names With Bids

3ryx.com
AdeptIve.com
AdminBTC.com
Assuntamadre.com
BlogExquisit.com
CaveBiota.com
ChinaSummit.com
ChiOdos.net
Clammr.com
CordWare.com
CrestedGeckoGirly.com
Dmozo.org
Dogadog.com
Enja.org
EZJT.com
FishData.com
Fysurf.com
gt9999.com
gz3dsmax.com
Hebrides-Photos.com
HooverMedical.com
IdleGame.com
InvestOrbit.comjs007.com
jsno2.com
KBJJ.com
LMFIndia.com
MastersCompanyPlumbing.com
MaxIdeal.com
mmzz666.com
ModernManhattan.com
MVOrganics.com
NoScopeGlasses.com
ObrionCarpet.com
PatrickWatsonAstrologer.com
Phototeria.com
PopinABox.com
QuickDFW.com
RedeemACoupon.com
TheKaiulaniProject.com
TransitionIt.com
TypeNuts.com
Wapdam.com
WarOfTheRosesWrestling.com
yyjhzsq.com
Zanlife.com
ZKBet.com

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4 comments

  1. Steven

    I remember one time (11 years ago) Andy put his-domain-at-the-time LG.com on his conference nametag. He was definitely known as “the LG.com guy” at that conference and for several years afterwards.

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