Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday February 7th, 2019

Feb 07 2019

Escrow.com

 

3 years ago I wrote a suggestion on how to improve NamesCon.   I read over it again and I still agree with every point except the slots tournament. Austin isn’t really known for its slots tournaments.  Let’s see if any get picked up this year

1.  Have a for pay, evening meal.   Each evening there are a few sponsored meals that are highly attended but it also leaves those that aren’t invited or new to the industry,  without anyone to eat with or something to do.  I remember being that person.  Everyone talking about all the great dinners they were going to but I wasn’t invited to any (I’d like to think that it was because I was new and not that everyone figured out I am an ass).  I think it would be great to have a pre -organized meal that anyone can pay to attend.  Have a set cost and a required time in advance to RSVP.    Maybe even have a guest of honor speaker in the middle.

2.  Two Days of Auction.   Last years’ auction was great.  Good results, good times but way too long.  I think there should be two days of auctions with each night having its own “theme” of the types of names being sold.   Make sure each night has some big boy names to bring the crowd but maybe a short domain auction one night and then the others the next day.  Then you won’t lose people like they did last year.  And auctions don’t have to be the last event of the afternoon/evening .  After lunch is a great time to draw a big crowd.

3.  Raise money for charity by “Lunch with a Mentor/Domain Investor Celebrity (name to be chosen later) “ .  I don’t have a real name for it but essentially have 5 or 6 “special” people that you can pay to have lunch with.  Have a set amount of people per table and and have the starting cost be $5  per person.  And then auction them off.  For instance.   You want to eat with Frank Schilling.  Start the bidding at $5 and have it move from there.  Shouldn’t be too hard to have 6 tables of people that others would pay money to eat and chat with.

4.   Slots tournament.   We’re in Vegas and if I remember correctly the hotel had a whole section set aside for a tournament.  I like ping pong but a slots tournament would probably draw more interest in my opinion.  Easily sponsored.

5.  Non industry speakers.   Our industry needs new speakers.  The same people have spoken over and over and over again.   The industry is small and we’ve heard from pretty much everyone that is willing to get up and speak.   There are a ton of interesting people from all walks of business that would interesting to hear from.  I wouldn’t worry about the keynote drawing attendees because I can guarantee nobody is coming just for the keynote.   Understandably NamesCon wants seminars to help domain investors but anyone who started and run a website or business probably has good things share.   And they would be stories we haven’t already heard.

6.  Bring back a SharkTank type seminar.  Maybe this time instead of just an investor have a panel of 3.  One investor, one developer, and one business person.  Have 10 different people pitch a domain they have with a buildout they had in mind.   Let the domain owner pitch it and then the 3 can see if anyone presents a package they would get involved with.  Just an idea

Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD continue writing each day.

 

Quote of the Day:  Fiction does not become fact because it looks good. Fiction does not become fact because you wish it were true. Fiction does not become fact because it has turned into popular opinion. Remember this before reading the news, views, opinions or commentary.” – Loren Weisman

Domain of the Day:  SkyBar.com   Someone that owns a place named SkyBar wants this more than you 

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Barber.org    Barber shops are dwindling. Keep them alive with this domain.  No reserve

CardioLab.com   A lot of money in heart treatments.   Or just name your indie band this

Cough.net   Its a dot net but its a medical name

SuperBuffet.com   Every town has something named close to this

Ronnie.net  No bids.  Not a bad email for $69

 

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

MedFair.com  It’s where I get all my free pens

WaterWear.com  You don’t realize the value of waterproof clothing until you’re soaking wet

Siani.com  Quite a bit of use on this name.  A surname, an acronym, and a few entities that all share it

eSportsCoalition.com   A bit long but nothing bigger than eSports right now

AdvantageWest.com  The west side of advantage is where the money is

SweetSheets.com    Linens or pastries.  I’m a fan of high quality of each

MapleSquare.com  Love these types of names.  But they have gotten on a little on the pricey side

iSurvival.com  I can’t be the only person that reads survival books to be on Naked and Afraid

InTheLead.com  It’s where most people want to be but chasing the leader is where the fun is at

CaliforniaStrong.com  Literally nobody says this but still a good name.

Zugz.com  This would be listed at $20K plus on Brandbucket

PornCorp.com  At least everyone will know what your company does

Belamo.com   Nice, short, Italian sounding brand.  Also a last name

420Meta.com  Funny. I hear the term Meta all the time and I really don’t know what it means. 420 I do.  and yeah I know it means self/beyond in Greek so I actually do know what it means

WinterCherry.com   Sounds like a Rom Com

MillionDollarFunnel.com  Should be the name of every restaurant

Velot.com   A 5L.com on its own,  but a few companies use the word in a brand

AllCryptos.com   Solid name for a price site.  But you better have them ALL

TheYogaTree.com  I’d do a little hot yoga here

 

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

 

Obtem.com  Was another crowd delivery source app.   Now the domain can be yours.

IntegratedProducts.com  Sounds professional and aged

Prolongz.com  Erectile pill all the way

DriveStat.com   driving analytics or car something

IntelligentClothing.com  Surprised this one hasn’t been taken yet

TheShred.com  Could be skiing or skateboarding but I see this as a portable shredding company

LemonVision.com  “when life gives you lemons, you make glasses and contacts”

Bekem.com  Dayvid

VehicleWars.com  Only good for a site name but at $10 there is still some profit room here

MarijuanaPrime.com Probably backwards but I like it anyway so

Shitsy.com  Artisan crafted shit

 

Other Domains with Bids

020412.com
0471dns.com
062696.com
168lhmm.com
1886Auto.com
51tkdz.com
53448.com
Alkarama.com

AtHomeAutoGlass.com
baobo888.com
BeanAndy.com
BestEra.com
CalusaCreek.com
CBDOilPodcast.com
CelebrityCasinoPartieSandEvents.com
CentralPaFlyFishing.com
Chales.com
CreditCarsCa.com
CryptoMob.com
cz9999.com
DanielKitchen.com
DGIMedia.com
Digglicious.com
EstateTv.com
EyesEye.com
Fluencr.com
Free-Premium-WordPress-Themes.com
Frolic.net
Fumotovalve.com
GenieMart.com
Giomac.com
GIZK.com
GJApp.com
GoBurg.com
GravityTransit.com
HakiReview.com
HealthyPerks.com
HelpFeedTheTroll.com
HomesInnovator.com
HomeWaterSoftenerReviews.com
Ivaca.com
Kaldaya.net
LBStone.com
LoganOhio.net
LoleloBoost.org
Ludagora.net
MasterDataTech.com
MobilityAid.com
MomiHotUs.com
MyKentuckyLivingBlog.com
MyOmed.com
njguanru.com
OhMyGarden.com
OurPaperbacks.com
PapaJoesOysterBar.com
PapaJohnsCoinToss.com
PerfectCollar.com
PerformanceProbe.com
Piaoebei.com
portalcomoemagrecer.com
ProgressiveNation.com
qhgoodkids.com
QuickOilDrainValve.com
Qwinki.com
RaymondPan.com
RenegadeWheelchairs.com
Resource4Hawaii.com
RetirementPeace.com
Reviewdit.com
RugTech.com
Safha1.com
selocmotorsport.org
shuangpk.com
sigmaifa.com
Sonata.co
SQLPad.com
sre3.com
tddn18.com
TechHamlet.com
TestMyHardware.com
The7Interchange.com
TimberCreekHardwoodFlooring.com
TNYou.com
TomSprinting.net
Trisave.com
UndergroundEntertainment.com
VanCityBride.com
videomem.com
Vip8090.com
VisionView.com
VovoGo.com
WDCGowns.com
WEXQ.com
Wildrye.info
WorkoutNation.com
Yudaren.com
zgglt.com
ZooBrew.com

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3 comments

  1. Paul McMenamy

    Have never been to NamesCon – honestly couldn’t afford it – but they sound like great ideas Shane. Especially numbers 1 and 3 (but with a cap, otherwise the “wealthiest” will snap them up?).
    Hope to see you guys in Austin next year though!
    Paul.

  2. Bar

    Every name I wanted to bid on today you highlighted, so thanks for that 🧐

    The prices for names on GD have gotten out of control… names that would be great buys at $50 selling for $700. sigh…we need a recession.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Ha. I was thinking the same thing. But I’m afraid they only go up from here on the decent names. I’m actually buying more than ever just because I said this same thing for three years in a row and the prices keep moving up

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