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

I went to a talk from a “sales specialist” . It was one of those talks that was sponsored by the local television stations and was free for their customers. The hope was for their customers to learn something and be more successful in their ad campaigns. You will hear companies or owners say X doesn’t work but the reality is they aren’t running a very good campaign. It’s the message or the target that doesn’t work. Not the medium

I knew about 95% what he talked about but was super impressed with the polish of the delivery. I was paying more attention to the way he presented than what he was presenting at time. I could tell he was really good at what he did. I took away a few important things but one thing that stuck with me is you should never chase the fringes of your target market. He used the example of Harley Davidson. Harley D noticed that the female biker was the fastest growing market. That market was up 4 times what it normally was. They let all the local dealers know this and many of them moved their advertising dollars over to attract that market. But while that market was growing like crazy, how big was it. About 3%. So they moved 100% of their advertising dollars in an attempt to get more of the 3%. As a result, company sales dropped. The numbers of women riders went up it didn’t make up for the other lost sales.

I think this is the same for new Gs. I could buy some and make a little money (or try to) on the fringe TLDs but its better to just concentrate on the core. The dot com. I will be better off in the long run putting my money in time into the most popular and liquid market. It’s not loving or hating a certain TLD, its marketing 101.

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One Reply to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 6th, 2019”

  1. Shane,your write up makes a lot of sense and this article is a saver to remind myself always that .com is it.

    “I think this is the same for new Gs. I could buy some and make a little money (or try to) on the fringe TLDs but its better to just concentrate on the core. The dot com.”

    Hope others remember the above quote.

    Have a nice weekend and thank you once again.


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