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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday November 23rd, 2020

A newer domain investor named Yogi Solanki took offense to a response I made to his tweet. He said his record number of sales in a day was 6 and asked what everyone’s best day of number of sales. Nothing special about the question. He was probably excited he had a large number of sales. I responded with a tweet that essentially said that the number of sales isn’t how you measure success. It’s measured in profit. He took it as an attack. A few acted like I was attacking Indian domain investors. Anyone who has followed me for a decade know that I have been a big supporter of new domain investors. Especially from countries that don’t have the opportunity to make the kind of income we do here in the US. I’ve talked about how when I started my only goal was to make enough to pay for my Internet and when I did I was so excited. I was in a different place financially than I am now a decade ago. I am because I learned to start trying to hit profit goals not a sale goals. The only time any salesman has a sales number goal is when the profit on the sale is consistent.

So Yogi tries to make me look like the bad guy. There were no bad guys when it started. He is hustling and I was merely reminding people that you don’t “win” in domaining through having more names than the next person or having the most quantity of sales. Sales are good. But one great sale may be more profit than 300 turn and burns. And which is easier to magnate and takes less time. Again, nothing wrong with flipping. Its one of dozens of way to make money. It’s also great if you only make $30 a month in profit. $30 is a big deal to people. But lets be real business people here. If we are some startup we might not worry about profits. We count users and signups. We sell assets. Your baseline to measure success can’t be quantity of sales. It has to be profit dollars. And this is all I was saying.

Here’s the Rub and what made me pay attention to Yogi in the first place. He’s pushing an eBook that he is selling. A lot of people make money be professional marketers. Selling e-books. In the old days they said someone who “wrote the book” was a guru. Today anyone can. If I had to make a judgement ahead of meeting someone who is an ebook marketer I would say that they never tend to be real experts. They play the role and often fake it until they make it. I know nothing about Yogi Solanki but I’ve seen a lot of Yogi Solanki types over the years come and go. They have some success and then move on to the next better thing. I have been at it for several hours a day for 11 years and I don’t feel qualified to write an eBook. I hope Yogi finds great success in this business. There is so much opportunity here. I just wish he wouldn’t criticize me for trying to guide him on what I think will help him make more money.

Quote of the Day: If you hang around in a barber shop, sooner or later you are going to get a haircut” – Denzel Washington

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Remember to click the links to see the current prices and if you are going to pay for a name do it while visiting It pays for the gas to run the ship. Names at Auction or Available for Pickup Boom. Make it splode You can always use some extra help in the game I think this one hits $2500 plus As in first or charter a flight Why not get the gg while you’re at it show them who their Daddy is

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action Expiring name that picked a bid. Many think this is needed A friend of mine owns Blind Pig Brewery. I had no idea there were so many bars and brew houses called the blind pig Under $50 at press time Nothing more beautiful than natural beauty. 25 years old Expiring with no reserve. Slick name No trademarks. Great name for a skin product One of the cooler looking names Would need a heck of a buildout but could be a heck of a site Many of us need to but….the Vid And it rhymes Another short alt tld name The kind of New Year I am wishing all of you Taken in 100 other extensions so definitely has some value

Godaddy Domains With Bids Top number of bids, taken in 57 extensions and 24 years old. The perfect domain Been a while since a 5N crushed it on Godaddy The Chinese still love these types of names. Already at $4K and I used to collect them. Drove my friends and family crazy as I walked down the strip collected $1 chips Good letters but I’ve always felt O was a tough last letter because if it represented organization they should just buy the dot org crypto Great name for someone in the hort industry Ironic I just talked about how much I love eBooks Hyphen works for me here I think of mattresses and I asked my wife and she said……mattresses Great 5L. Doesn’t sound like it needs another M. Love it An LL88 is worth at least $300 IMO A bit generic but a very popular item Cool is memorable and memorable branding is the name of the game All good letters and L for league or Limited I feel hemp has a much more profitable future than marijuana I think this goes to selling joints more than selling fashion We’re in a peak sanitize now era 24 years old but only taken in 6 extensions

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