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

Escrow.com

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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Domain of the Day: BigRabbit.com My favorite kind of name. Short, memorable, and an animal

Quote of the Day: Until the lion learns to write, every story will glorify the hunter.” -Africa proverb

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

Bucaro.com “clay” in Spanish and also a last name

CookieLand.com I would love to take a winter holiday there

DigitalRainbow.com 1995 birthday. Sounds as old as it is

WAM.org All premium letters

Virtuall.com Registered in 30 different extensions

Rayke.com 5L that I imagine will get a few bidders

PinkJet.com Memorable name and easy logo

Bombastic.com Makes me think of the Shaggy song of the same name

BetterFix.com I think it makes a good Credit Repair name. Fix your credit

Rumbled.com Under $200 at press time. Some don’t mind past tense or future tense words

Holimotion.com Used to be the name of a smart light

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Comic.net If you’re going to build out then dot nets are at a super value IMO. Reselling them is tough though

Punt.net Is a bet in Australia and England so a pretty strong gambling name

WhipperSnappers.com What people over 80 used to call young people

ImageStock.com Pretty good value for a stock photo name IMO. Reversed but everyone knows exactly what its going to offer

WaterPolicy.com For some reason has the most bids on the Godaddy board

SkinDiver.com Skin diving is diving with only a snorkel and not air

69669.com Another 5N that’s getting close to five figures

NTLR.com R for Realty

L22.com My name. Getting closer to my reserve. Should go for six figures. Just kidding

ProBlack.com should be pro every color

StrongGlass.com Generic for Gorilla glass

LittleEngine.com That could

LetThemPlay.com Marketing name for some sport

Xunq.com these pronounceable LLLL.com that start with X go pretty cheap compared to non X

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

Vitasky.com

TexasRunning.com

OrganicsStore.com

GroBerry.com

UpfrontMedical.com

EvenFoot.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids


13199.com
1stfunds.com
52737.com
66334.com
A-Tech.com
Ahwalelbald.com
AlderProgs.com
AppsGames.info
AstrologicalInvesting.com
AutopartsPro.com
BitcoinDark.org
bobbycs.com
BookYourCar.com
BWRF.com
CharactersPub.com
CowboyFun.com
CowNetWorth.com
CrisisGroupBlogs.org
Crossfire.org
CyberMedMarketing.com
DaydreamLily.com
DolcePaneeVino.com
Edukt.com
EnjoyAntalya.com
ePharmacy.net
FHY.org
FuncFish.com
GeefInc.com
GetaHeadcase.com
GlutenfreeBeer.org
Gymspiration.com
HBSports.com
HotNewLook.com
IJPO.com
ImpactThrift.org
Ipotex.com
JapanFoodHall.com
KyivEnergo.com
MeshMe.com
Minigroup.com
Misysemr.com
Mod-3.com
Moidom.com
Nanaoh.net
NetworkYes.org
PeteHam.net
picanharestaurant.com
Pinglio.com
RockHosting.com
RoxyCinema.com
SaunaWorld.com
SocialImpactInvestment.org
SpringfieldMuseum.com
StockPhotographers.com
StreEatFoodTruckFestival.com
TheatreForumIreland.com
TkBox.com
Turbo240.com
VivaChina.com
VoiceOriginals.com
WeakGame.com


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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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