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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday July 9th, 2020

I was talking with my Dad about the fate of the local mall and we got to talking about the future of retail. Our mall anchors have basically imploded like most malls. The trend in the last 5 years has been build next to the mall to capture some of the traffic but make sure that everyone can tell they are their own store. Even if the mall folds they can stay right where they are and continue on. One bright spot was Costco becoming an anchor store for our mall. We’ve never had a Costco and it will do a hell of a lot more business than the Macys ever did. But my guess is customers will go to Costco and leave and cannibalize a ton of the stores in the mall.

The real future of all those stores is online. A combo of their brick and mortar and online. It was an easy transition into why I bought domains. Because they are the hot new real estate. New is as in 20 years old new, but I truly think domains are peaking with COVID showing that all non perishable goods will be run through the Internet. All local sales will be for perishables, convenience, and fill the “I’ve got to hold it first” shopping experience. The rest will be researched and probably purchased online. And the best domains will provide the best brand to build that on.

I don’t think all boats will float either. Bad names will continue to be bad names and all non coms will be a secondary choice. They can still sell for a lot of money but they will be purchased because they can’t buy the dot com. I feel fortunate that I have been successful in building a brick and mortar company and have sold two Internet companies, and hundreds of domain names. I get business from both sides and understand the importance of both. I can speak to companies and understand where they are and where they should be. I’m not a fanboy for either side. I understand the fact that most companies can’t afford to spend six figures on a domain name. A domain investor would say you can’t afford not to. But its usually a domain investor that’s never done anything but get a paycheck and hasn’t ever signed one. Regardless of income, a business owner must understand that they need to move quickly. They still have a chance to get a good domain but that window is closing quickly. They will soon be gone or out of the price range a small business can afford. That’s not a fanboy, that’s a fact.

Domain of the Day: This one had no bids when I wrote this but seems to timely and spot on to not be four figures when the day is over.

Quote of the Day: Don’t pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men.” -John F. Kennedy Names at Auction or Available for Pickup We have a company with the name in town and hundreds of other companies share the name Gamers definitely get mad which will be the slogan “Get Mad” Curiosity got the cat pregnant. Although that may not be the saying I sold for 5 figures a while ago. to see how the dot io does I know the guy that sold too

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action 20 years old. No reserve . CPC of $5+ No reserve. Lord knows most of us could use our emails cleaned up 15 years old and no reserve. Has already sold for $17.5K once College basketball tournament comes to mind first. 23 years old 1997 birthday. I have plenty of plant names. All yours Taken in 35 extensions. Good travel name 1999 birthday. Many future productions are going to be made remotely

Godaddy Domains With Bids Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today. For the link juice, not for the religious value Decent name for a domain sales site This is some next level shit Should end over 4 figures Mine the farm Try not to think of the movie Ghost here Nice goal different name, same thought 24 year old name. Upgrade name for several largish companies Most results are for some apartments in Arizona but pretty enough name to be a good brand We still doing Chain names? The person that the funeral is for has never complained Better than being a NonCompletist Whole, natural, and now You can be the best or just call yourself the best Crowd pricing

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

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