Maybe I’m just seeing it for the first time and it’s been there a while but Godaddy’s “new” results page is a think of beauty. Absolutely insuring that if you are not part of the registration path you are missing out on tens of thousands of dollars. You literally get to put your name in front of tens of millions of users and have them click and buy your name like they are picking up a snickers bar. A very expensive snickers but no harder to buy. A simple click and check out.
The old layout was one name deep and forced you to scroll down. You can now see 3 times the names and the premium names are right there on top and to the right. A highly desired location on a page. You simply won’t get a better chance to sell your name than Landscape.co has. I don’t get excited very often but as soon as I saw this I downloaded my names and got to work on making sure they are in the path. I know this sounds like a Godaddy commercial but its not. Its an infomercial on how to make more money.
I guess I could take the time and bitch about .org prices going up but I don’t own but 2 or 3 and I wish I was the one that had the money to buy the whole TLD. That was a baller move and one I’m jealous of. Why waste piddling around flipping names when you can buy the whole damn thing. And as a person that asks for 10X what I paid for a domain I feel stupid bitching about someone that is asking me to pay $3 more a year to hold for that right. Domains weren’t created to flip. They were created to use and I don’t think the users are going to say a word. And as business people they know that. They are going to price it at whatever they think yields the most annual revenue. They aren’t going to raise the price to a point that revenue falls. Or if all the end users have no problem paying $30 and the domain investors drop all their names they don’t give a shit as long as total revenue is increased. It’s called capitalism. Ask Rick Schwartz what that is.
Quote of the Day: “The children who need love the most will always ask for it in the most unloving of ways.” – Russel Barkley
Domain of the Day: DialTone.com One of those one word domains that isn’t a product and doesn’t scream “awesome” but makes a great brand. Telephones is the obvious choice for its use
Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction
Arriving.com Met reserve at $725. I thought it was a decent travel name or flight tracker
FBGC.com Will meet reserve because of the C at the end
PleasureMe.com $89 could get you pleasured
LogBox.com the kind of short two word domain that so many people like
ChooseAName.com One bidders like this one. Good portfolio name
Vidd.com No reserve. Perfect name for a video site but that’s pretty obvious
TradingCareer.com A lot of people dream of trading for a living. Not a crazy good name but not terrible at under $100
Woobl.com A company doing an estimated $8.5 million in sales is on the dot net
Scooj.com Another cool sounding brand with no bids
4-5.com These are way undervalued if you buy them for scarcity. I don’t
Legit.io None of you jumped on this one. Might be a little too high for most
KittyClinic.com Vet or gyno
NightRev.com Make money while you sleep
HighProperty.com Upgrade name for a few places
Godaddy Domains With Bids
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25818.com Its going to be a weak GD day when a 5N leads the price although these can get 5 figs so maybe that’s not always true
Yanbi.com Highest number of bids on the Godaddy auction list today
FashionableBride.com Biggest day of many girls’ lives. Got to look guuuud
MusicJam.com Godaddy values it pretty high. I don’t but I do see it being easy to spell, short, and definitive. So maybe I like it more than I thought
Online-Coaching.com Huge, quickly growing category. Good even with the hyphen
Ariette.com A not that popular female name
WalkingBuddy.com To help you walk or help you find a companion
That’s it for names with bids. Rough day
Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids
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