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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday May 9th, 2019

I’m a billboard expert.  I can tell someone if their billboard will be a success or fail in 5 minutes of seeing it.  Most fail.  Primarily because they forget the purpose, the location, and the audience.   They try and cram everything they can think of into the board.  Even worse, they forgot to use a memorable domain.  Even if its not their main domain they can get one that is super memorable and then forward it back to their site.

One thing that caught me off guard in NY was the use of phone numbers that actually worked.  1-800-888-8888 was a number a lawyer was using.   That telephone number is worth the same as a high end domain name.  Back in the day the telephone numbers WERE the domain names of their times and it was a big business.  Generally domains have taken over but there are a few numbers that still have the same memorability of a domain name when it comes to getting someone to contact you.  I saw several of them on my trip and realized that a business that gets leads via phone like injury and accident lawyers, a memorable phone number is still an important part of marketing when it comes to billboards.   Of course if you can’t secure it you can still use something like  or   and then show them your phone number.

Overall, when its all said and done its about presenting the consumer something they can recall and contact you to find out more about your products or services.  Pretty simple  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on

Domain of the Day:     I think the net works well here.   Especially if its net security

Quote of the Day:  “Don’t write or send any emails or texts after 10 pm”  -Me


 Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction   Don’t see a lot of LL dot biz come up for auction    Sounds like something I’m going to use to wash my car  Met reserve at $150   No bids at $79   Its something tons of people collected back in the 40s through 70s.  I also think it could be made into a brand  Good brand with a reserve under $500.  Put this one Godaddy and it would cross $500 IMO   Big market for transportation for senior citizens.   They are a huge population and growing   Used to be a Moroccan news site but was banned in 2013.   Not it can be yours    Met reserve so its going to a new home. Great letters and ends in C   Nice CVCV that I think will meet reserve because I think it gets $4K plus   I’m sure someone will make this mean something,  Up RT or “uppert”  Leak   People still seem to be looking for logos    No bids.   Could be used for more than just selling bananas  20 plus years old.   Not sure of use though.  Genealogy comes to mind  20 years old.  Easy to remember and exudes quick and fast recipes

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids   Pronounceable and short.  I think it crosses $1K.  My opinion only  Upgrade name for a lot of businesses.  Thus all the bids   Sounds high end.   Can’t wait to see the awesomeness I’m getting access to  short and memorable.  Easy logo too   I never can guess the prices on these things.  This one is much higher than I thought it would be   You can add it to Slaya if you bought that yesterday from the list here     As expected, this thing gets tons of traffic   Get something going  I’m sorry I’ve been so busy.  Is bitcoin still around ?  If it is you can use this to explain it to new buyers   The Chinese like this pattern  I like these types of 5L if I get them cheap enough    I better go faster if I’m going to pay up for fuel  Essentially generic for Tinder  Help people decide which pet to get   Pretty sure this is a brand or type of pump already.  Good pond pump if its not already  Love the honesty here  At $22 at press time. Easy to spell and remember.   Logo could be spider web bridge  Its a dot net but billions are trying to learn english


Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids    What Netflix is for many   Online security     Two nice  with no bids        Probably more of a product than a company  Marketing or another pond pump     I see a landscaping company here    I like the brand.  Backup is sell it to a retro band  I love names like this.  Means nothing but sounds cool and easy to spell    Made the right choice on eggs

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

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4 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday May 9th, 2019”

  1. This is SO SPOT ON. Billboards tend to be so jammed with crap that the brain can’t process it all in the split second that you have to grab attention.

    So many people are doing it wrong. And I completely agree a memorable domain name is going to be easier to remember than some random string of numbers.

    I feel bandit signs (signs on the side of the road typically used by cash homebuyers and similar businesses) fall into this trap also. they use phone numbers when a good domain name would be way better to use.
    (not my names btw, just examples)

    both of those are way easier to remember than
    Call 482-384-2896

    Not sure what struck me so much to post, but I wish more people selling billboards would help sell their product better.

  2. Dear Domain Lovers,

    We are not going to bid any GoDaddy auction from now on, so you can get domains cheaper!!!

  3. I wish there were no billboard ads at all – true in only 4 states I think…

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