If there is any ambassador for the domain industry it’s Ron Jackson . And its not just because he is the nicest guy in the industry. In a world of “look at me”, Ron is one of the few people and writers that is 100% “Look at You”. While I sit here and talk about myself all day he is spending the same or more time writing about the journeys of other people. Telling stories for people that are too modest or too busy to tell it themselves. Focusing all the attention on them. The articles give us a backstory of hundreds of interesting people in the domain industry. Other writers NEVER comment on other blogs unless they are defending themselves because everything has to come back to their own blog. No Ron. He’s the first to congratulate or give a like. Truly the Sweden of the industry. But it’s his reporting that sets him truly apart. I feel comfortable saying that if you haven’t had an article written about you in DNJournal then you haven’t made it in the domain industry. We all write for different reasons but his is truly to tell the backstory to the news. It’s very obvious he has a background in reporting simply by reading the depth and professionalism in his articles. I’m glad to see his weekly price guide plastered in ads because that means he is being financially supported enough to write the other articles.
On the other side is ………………nah. I’m not going there.
I don’t have any bidding stories to tell because I haven’t bid on anything the last couple days. Nothing that I really wanted. I did get every domain that I won in auction the last few week, which now gets me to 50 plus straight that have gone through. Not sure if its the quality that I have been buying or the new expiration strategy that Godaddy is using to avoid names getting renewed but either way I have received every name I’ve purchased this year. Anyone else having better results with losing names after auction?
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Domain of the Day: BitCoinTeller.com We have one of these a mile from me. A bitcoin ATM
Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction
LetsBuy.net Could be an eCommerce site and a play on Best Buy without infringement
PutFood.com Food is all the rage. Nobody doing Put food right now
ORFI.com The top name at the Sedo LLLL.com auction
ESMN.com Good English letters. Uniregistry is the high bidder as they replace the 1000 LLLL.com they sold to
Portfolio of 10 names including Creditor.org and Escrowing.net No reserve at $1
BlockchainSpot.com Might meet reserve. It’s in the range. Nice blog name for the BC industry.
ThinTalk.com Weight loss forum or site. But could be tech too. Everything is getting smaller and thinner
TerrificTool.com If you have a good tool, use this for marketing
611.tv I’ve always thought that NN and NNN dot tv were good investments. Nothing has shown that to be true but there is still a chance. Very memorable regardless
9627.net NNNN.net and org just never followed the dot come. Even percentage of .com formula doesn’t work
TheBackstretch.com If there were any horse tracks still open this would be a great name
UKMC.com United Kingdom Something Corportation
KCCN.com The double Cs should bring in the bids. N for network
Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
LifeSchool.com Go back and get your street smarts degree
TechPlus.com Highest price on the GD board today
FoodTrucky.com I used to be amazed by the number of food trucks in Austin TX. Now they are everywhere in the nation.
Room.biz The next AirBnB………maybe
MyCryptoCapital.com A bit long but has all the right keywords
SummerAbroad.com Summer school in a foreign country. Getting more popular every year
AnotherBite.com Another food name. I could easily see a store with this name
57200.com Chinese love zeros. Actually they just like even things
Socor.com Nice 5L that is getting some bids. Also a last name
Nutrifruit.com Nutritious + Fruit = Nutrifruit 29 bids
SmartMeet.com I thought this might sneak through. Put the world smart in front of almost any world and it will have value
Mippin.com 243,000 backlinks has this at 4 figures
TokenLoan.com Crypto loan talk has settled down a bit but I still see an industry built around it
Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids
DontTouchMyMonkey.com Should be the highest price on the board today. But probably won’t even get a bid
BroadAcre.com Perfect name for the agriculture industry 1997 birthday
WhereToRun.com As a runner I know I am always looking for recommended places to run when I travel. There are other apps that do a decent job at this. Like Map My Run but it could be improved
Plashy.com No bids at $12. Short and memorable. Like my second girlfriend
StupidDick.com Again, memorable
BuyDotCom.com For the preachers
ScottJane.com These two name dot coms make good brands. Not a ton of value but maybe worth a $12 flyer
Cookies.biz Not sure if it has any value but I really really love cookies. Especially peanut butter
MyCryptoCapital.com CryptoCapital.com would be a mid 4 figure to five figure name IMO so this has some pretty good value.
BigBigGo.com I know if I had a company I would brand it like this in a second. Fun and memorable
HellaTrust.com Godaddy must know something we don’t. They value all the “Hella” names in the $3500 range. Maybe they’ve had some good sales with them. Here’s what they say about the valuation “hella is a high value keyword that has an average sale price of $2041.” Wonder if that’s one or several.
CoOpMining.com Group co-op mining
420LA.com 420 and LA go together perfectly. Only one bidder at #12
EducationalTesting.com Would be a good buy at $12 IMO
Godaddy Names With Bids
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