Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday January 6th, 2019

Jan 06 2019

Escrow.com

You be you.   The most successful people in the world didn’t listen to most of the people that told them how to do things.  They approached them in their own way and it either worked or it didn’t.  If it didn’t, then they kept adapting and pivoting until the either got it right or quit.  I find irony in successful people that try and give advice because most of them got there not taking advice. Maybe from a mentor or a few people they respected ,but certainly not the crowds.  They did things that others told them wouldn’t work or were just plain stupid.  Rick Schwartz is a great example.  He has always done what he thinks is right.  He held when others told him to sell. He said he wanted more when others told him the price was great.  He was rewarded handsomely.  Now he’s giving advice.  Advice he never would have taken himself.

The real lesson of Rick Schwartz is the same lesson I got from listening to an episode of How I Made This yesterday.  The episode was on KickStarter.  The guys on Kickstarter believed in something and took their time.  As stories of quick to market, hurry up and get it done, were all around them they worked for 3 years making sure it was right before release.   In short.  They gave it time.  It almost always takes years to have something fully reach its value.  To mature.  You can take the little pile of coins now or the big check later.  As long as you believe in what you are doing and understand the future value, then patience will be rewarded.  The 3 founders of Kickstarter received little pay for 3 years and not great pay for 8 while they built their company. But they eventually built and made what they saw possible. The were rewarded financially as well.  Schwartz was fortunate to have a lot of adult website money and didn’t need to sell.  He was under no pressure to abort his plan of holding out until he got what he wanted. Both were told they were doing it wrong along the way yet both showed patience and are very wealthy as a result.   That’s not advice, that’s a lesson.  Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

Quote of the Day: “If you have an idea that you genuinely think is good, don’t let some idiot talk you out of it.” -Stan lee

Domain of the Day:    TokenTrading.com One of the few token/crypto names that people are bidding on lately

 

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

KPO.com   Gets a little traffic and decent letters

TheBestApps.com  Has a strong opening bid but a good buildout would easily pay for the price IMO

JMCA.com   If I am going to buy an LLLL.com with a J in it I want it as the first letter.  The other letters are great

CDCA.com  Even better letters and name here

KimJ.com   Worth at least a few hundred as an email alone IMO

NDND.com  This pattern used to be worth $5K just a few years ago.  Going to find out new value

CBM.net   Good letters and .net does sell.  Just not as quickly and the price reflects it.  22 years old

Ya.net   Love the name.  Just not going to hit reserve.

GamblingProblem.org   There are going to be more people than ever after sports betting becomes legal

Gerzo.com   I hate to let out a secret but I’ve been buying 5Ls for good prices at Sedo’s expiring auctions

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

CommonWellness.com   Great heath care name and in my opinion, with a HUGE section of the population in their seventies and and eighties, health care is a part of where I want my money

QuickFit.com    Top price and top Godaddy value on today’s list

iCashback.com  Don’t love the name.  I see it as a marketing name but bidders seem to like it

Arlie.com   I thought the value came because it was a name but all the results are for the band of the same name

Gandolph.com   A last name, not a wizards.  Thats Gandalf

PuzzleLab.com  I think puzzles are an under appreciated form of entertainment.  Not made for the latest squirrel attention span generations though

AAV.net   Decent LLL.net. Should be able to get under $800 if all goes well

AsianBrain.com  You’re buying the history of an old site.  Although an Asian brain is a smart brain

NobleYoga.com   The kind of words Yoga people like to use

Web-Kreation.com   Price is 100% history and traffic

AFKG.com   G for Group

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

LeagueCash.com  Good sports gambling name.  My option only.  Don’t buy names that I think are good only because I think they are good or you will lose all your money and will have to be an assistant to Mike Mann and be forced to tweet for him in all capitals for $8 a day

Fly420.com  If you’re a fan of the band

ReclaimYou.com  A marketing name for something that improves you

MakeItTakeIt.com  Not sure it has much value but we played this game of half court basketball growing up

Gustava.com   Spanish and Nordic girls name

BIMA.com   It’s coming up later in the week but bidders are really loving this one

VolatilityBank.com  Worst bank name ever

1101.org  4N.org have no value?  I’m not really up on that category

RootGold.com   So much money in farming that having some farm chemicals in the old portfolio is not a bad idea

EmpireLeaf.com  All leaf names are now canna names

Duvai.com 5L with one bid.  AI may add value to some people

ActualCoins.com  What the collectible coin dealers have to use as a domain now

BookGuests.com  Good name for a site like Andrew Allemans where you book people for your podcast or show

 The Rest of the Names With Bids

10rome.com
298g.com
316films.com
5173hy.com
535mad.com
6fishing.com
abgrp.com
AgenziaDemanio.com
AkkeronHotels.com
Anillaw.com
BabysList.com
Betting-ru.com
Biomicroworld2017.org
BX016.com
CaliforniaBeat.org
Cmctu.org
CTraders.com
Damizx.com
DHRArchitecture.com
EERV.com
EYWP.com
FixTheWorldProject.net
Froogles.com
Gig5.com
GirlVocals.com
GottaDanceDirty.com
Green-Landscape.com
GSEAbroad.com
Gurecki.com
Hatakodu.com
HaveKidsWillTravel.net
HongTaoTea.com
HourNews.org
IndHelp.com
IndiaFunz.com
JCFImmigration.com
JFKMurder.com
Jinmanyi.com
KimiKouture.com
Levtor.org
LKessel.com
lnxdszx.com
Max56.com
MJJ3.com
mo-apa.org
Mohtarma.com
MyAgedCare.com
MyMengju.com
NewbieHangout.com
NFACommunity.com
NXVO.com
ParleMentum.net
PetitionCrown.com
ProSkinClinics.com
Rereso.com
SaffireRestaurant.com
SaleDom.com
SickOn.com
Studin.com
Study-Skills-For-All-Ages.com
Titusint.com
Tokyoq.com
TurfStar.info
UUClearWater.org
Waiuc.com
WebNails.com
WMAUsA.org
xdjfr.com
xmaifsy.com
Yaoudianre.com
Yilanjiagu.com

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      ShaneCultra

      Don’t love it but J doesn’t have as many words in English as the others but there are several last names and cities. If they use those names and cities they tend to be the first lettter

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