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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday June 21st, 2020

To start I’d like to say Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there. We should be the ones giving thanks for having been given the gift of being a Father but we’ll still take the presents.

In the last week I have read a domain investor that said their goal is to get up to 1000 domains. In the same week I talked to someone that wanted to try and get their portfolio down to 50 great names. Two completely different strategies to making money in domains but both seem to think its the best way for them. As for the first, I don’t see how having a number of domains is a goal. There needs to be an adjective that describes the 1000 domains. I can get 1000 domains in my portfolio by next Friday. But they are going to suck. It’s going to take me 50K plus to get 1000 of any quality and 5 times that to have some good names. Having 1000 good domains is a goal. Not just 1000 domains.

As for narrowing it down to 50. It would be nice to have 50 top tier names. But it also sounds boring. I won’t lie. My favorite part of this investment is the hunt. It’s what kills me and drives me. I guess if I was hunting for the next six figure domain then it would be its own fun and provide the same drive. I guess as I think about it that doesn’t sound so boring. You just have to sell one or two a year to cash flow the next purchase and if they are great names, that could happen. But you could have a dry year and sell nothing. Now we’re back to boring.

Domain of the Day: Where the world needs to focus

Quote of the Day:  “A child can teach an adult three things: to be happy for no reason, to always be busy with something, and to know how to demand with all his might that which he desires.”– Paulo Coelho Names at Auction or Available for Pickup The kind of of one word keyword that works with dot ly 9 bids have this up to over $500 There are a dozen or so companies or products with this name Dave is definitely going to want this We have an entire division at our hospital called the “dizzy clinic” to treat all the different things that cause dizziness. Evidently there are a lot

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action No reserve. Great letters, lets hope you and I are they only ones that see it. OK, well maybe the 79 bidders will forget they put in a bid reserve under $500. Timely name No reserve. Some times its easier to just go with the herd Still the belle of the ball at the Sedo auction

Godaddy Domains With Bids Most bids on the Godaddy board. Also known as Online the Rapist Men don’t need their own spa but just in case the world doesn’t base everything on my thoughts Taken in 29 extensions. This one makes the cut Facebookish name IMO A British term but I think they are also seeing “Trend” Trading or investment domain all the way Just too close to but it looks good on you Pro sports. Taken in 19 extensions Pretty much buy any LLMedia name and you’ll be good Sounds like a sales program At least its memorable Great buildout name. Let them type in rate and see if someone has a better rate and is worth refinancing

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday June 21st, 2020”

  1. Whether your goal is 50 or 1000 domains, just make sure to get dotcoms in which the .net and .org are taken (not by you). Doesn’t matter if they are brandables, keyword domains, 1-word, 2-word, 3-word, 4-word, if they meet just that one criterion, chances are you will have an elite portfolio with high probability of sales.

  2. I also think there should be a sales or cashflow goal, as well as understanding sunk cost. Some keep renewing bad domains when it would be wise to let them go, I have about 200 dropping in the next few weeks, and no bites at liquidation prices. Which leads to the other cost consideration, time. No matter how many you have, you have to manage them, and not having a good system in place to do so takes a lot of time, the one thing you can’t get back.

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