Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, September 26th, 2019

Escrow.com

I left three hours early for the airport hoping to do some work in the admirals lounge but there was an accident so I was on the highway for three hours which doesn’t leave me much time for an intro. I’m glad I left when I did otherwise I would have been in deep shit and missed my flight to Berlin. Which really would have sucked and been compounded because British Airways is on strike Friday. All’s well that ends well. Travis and Josh are captaining the ship for a few days while I’m out. So look for better lists

Domain of the Day: HappierLife.com Great site name. Should be a goal for all

Quote of the Day: “The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those that look on and do nothing” -Albert Einstein

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

FreshMode.com Fresh is good. Nobody is looking for Stale mode

NVOA.com I usually stay away from V because they are hard to use an acronym but NV is Nevada and A could be for association. Quite a few uses there

SkiPros.com The great thing about skiing is it really doesn’t have ups and downs. Sure when the economy is down people can’t afford lift tickets but they can always cross country ski for free

CastleFarm.com One of those names that has limited buyers but would make a great brand for someone picking out a new name. Easy logo

Orgasms.com  4 days left and its going to sell because its met reserve which was $12K

Hotscapes.com Hot yoga . Reserve needs to be closer to the left number to sell

PublicShelter.com 1995 birthday. Not sure of the use but memorable

BlueFist.com Sounds like an IPA so it must be a good brand but right now associated with the AFL-CIO and is a symbol of protest

PantiesOff.com If you like adult names this a pretty good one

LowCostElectric.com Electric resale has become the sale as long distance resale back in the day. Booths set up in Sam’s Club

MyBloothtooth.com My names seem to always do pretty well

BigHippie.com The baby boomers are starting to use the mantra “The Hippies Were Correct”

ADCD.com Great letters. Might have to put in a drop at multiple places on this one

DEPM.com Reserve under $100. No bids

WizChart.com Sounds like an app. No bidders

Mongoo.com A city in Paris

Unscene.com It can’t be

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Click names for latest prices and to pay for our efforts

Transcribers.com A ton of jobs available in this area. I saw 10 jobs open for court transcribers at the courthouse (was going for meetings not for problems)

EuroMusic.com Heavy beats and synthesizer is what comes to mind

BuyApp.com I’m not sure I like App names as much as the crowd but we all agree that the billion dollar app market is something everyone would like to have a piece of

StuffMagazine.com I used to write for them

Crazy.me Everyone thinks they’re crazy except the crazy people

CBDHealthSolutions.com Sounds like the store than just took over the spot in the strip mall where the video store was. Has a banner hanging with the name now but the sign will be there soon they say

BestShots.com Photo name all the way

GolfStyle.com because Golf will make a comeback

GolfCoaching.com Rather have GolfCoach but this one gets the job done too. That’s why the price is so high

OpenClick.com Open has always been a popular naming convention for brands. exudes easy, available, and wide range

ArtRight.com I’d buy a poster or lithograph here

IndieGaming.com Because some times you don’t have $200 million to put into game development

UltimateItaly.com Great travel name and you can see others agree if you Google it

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

CoffeeTrail.com

FishingJunkie.com

FindingYourPlace.com

MyPetPad.com

FrogHammer.com

Sobly.com

JumpLeaf.com

LoyaltyFlow.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

24884.com
265888.com
288688.com
43215.com
45duyun.com
5ycn.com
AbsoluteMortgage.com
AgileNet.com
AliceCooperstown.com
Apres-London.com
ArroyoRobles.com
AstronomyDay.com
Bowling2u.com
Bracerococina.com
Chainhan.com
ChinauHT.com
CoalcreekCellarSwinery.com
CoinsEmpire.com
CoreLogics.com
CorkscrewCentre.com
DecibelMagazineTour.com
dmpinvestigatore.com
Doiop.com
Erbilit.com
Exportex.com
FeelgoodFriday.org
FirstChurchCoralsprings.org
FloralFields.net
FoodBrokers.com
Geekko.com
Ghost-Drone.com
GreenHostIt.com
GWLN.org
HauntedInk.com
HopeCharterSchool.org
HumanCredit.com
IslandGourmetGrill.com
js438.com
Jukeb0x.com
KathyShafferArchitect.com
KBLL.com
KMTF.com
Marin.net
MaryBooks.com
MaximOnline.com
MaximumWarrior.com
MeaningfulUseAudits.com
MeGamp4.us
Mongolia-Investment.com
MountLehmanLlamas.com
Musical.me
MustSupport.com
Neglex.com
NeilBaum.com
Nippon-Cargo.com
NLFV.com
NorthAccounting.com
Nudat.com
On3Solutions.com
OnTheGridAgency.com
Ooyuz.com
PagesToColoring.com
ParCeria.com
ParksBloggerOntario.com
Phdsc.org
PopCouture.com
PrimItUs.com
Properazzi.com
qshtzssj.com
Resume123.org
RocketShip.org
Salite.com
SecretExtensions.com
SecurityShell.com
Shckdz.com
ShopFolio.com
SkyTracer.com
Sobt8.com
suchs.com
SwineryMeats.com
TatvanStories.com
TCMAInc.com
TheDayMyGodDied.com
TheDukeofURL.org
TheMedicalEditor.com
Umbabox.com
WebSeoMall.com
wonderlandcbd.com
WorkArtOnline.net
YourMonaco.com
ZKTD.com

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