Domain Spotlight:

Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday December 18th, 2019

Escrow.com

If you want to read some crazy statements you’re going to find no better place than Twitter. I’ll preface it by saying my Twitter account is as random as it gets and what you gain in finding some interesting and funny videos, you lose in lack of any quality education in domain names. I now truly enjoy twitter because I unfollowed anyone that had 10 negative tweets and blocked anyone in that category that had a negative response to me.

“You can’t take being criticized!” I absolutely can take criticism. I’m married. You ever been married? A wife of 20 years will point out every fault you have over two decades. “Hey honey, tough day? You look tired ” Here response “Oh yeah, well you’re bald” There isn’t a statement I make or a tweet that I write that she doesn’t comment on. And I like it because it keeps me in check. But that being said, there are just some people in this world that are so negative, that even following their tweets or having an interaction with them just makes you feel worse after reading them. You wonder if their life is so bad that all they can do is try and tear things apart. By getting rid of them the criticism I get is real. From people that can work both sides of the comments, good and bad. I’ve made two exceptions.

Matt Barrie, owner of Escrow.com and many other companies, and Rick Schwartz. If you read Matt’s twitter account you would think that Australia is the worst place in the entire world. One criticism after another. But I know he wants to “fix” Australia and loves his country so he points out the things that are issues. And boy does he find them. Rick is Rick. He is over the top in all he does so when he is critical he’s harsh and when he’s excited he’s really excited. Example. Claiming that his “Request a Price” change from Make an Offer is going to revolutionize the space in 2020. It’s a nice add but probably not revolutionary. Those two have 100% proven that their approach to business leads to success so to me its worth getting through the negativity for the tidbits of good stuff in between. The others have no value to me and if they provide no value then the negativity they bring to the table is better off stopped at the door.

Quote of the Day: “Men of genius are admired, men of wealth are envied, men of power are feared; but only men of character are trusted.” –Alfred Adler

Domain of the Day: Lectures.com A business in one name. The catch all name for TED talks and other online lectures

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

Promocodes.info Met reserve at $38. People will go to any extension if the deals are good enough

Recall.info Memory site or online storage. Met reserve at $11

RobotMagazine.com Robots will run the world. Here’s the site that will cover it. 20 years old and reserve is met

DentalAgency.com Getting some great bids. Tens of thousands of dentist around the world providing dental services. 16 years old, met reserve.

ZNI.com Price is on the front side of the reserve. We’ll see if it can hit it

SmartBrokerage.com You can broker thousands of asset classes. But there’s only one smart

Chillier.com Elliot got Chilly.com but you can take it a step better and get more Chili, I mean Chilly

GW.org George Washington

OrderMaster.com I feel like ordering is going to be a whole lot more fun

IDDN.com Feel like it should be worth more than $500

NOFC.com This one will do much better because of the C at the end

Calmium.com Sounds like a pill that will keep you calm

BlueBees.com I have an affinity for bee names. Yet I’ve never sold one

TraumaDog.com It’s starting to become a thing. Comfort dogs for people that have experienced trauma

Pockler.com No takers the first time I listed it. Maybe it sounds familiar to me because I knew a guy with this last name

Away.org I love the word away. Exudes remote as in do it away from home or the office. Or Travel as in get away

EOED.com Bidders are loving this one. Equal opportunity comes to mind first for me

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Click the links to fund the site and our work

Rolen.com The most bids and the highest price of all the Godaddy names at press time

BitFest.com Peaked last year but bitcoin conferences are here to stay

AmericanRuins.com Sounds like a WebUrbanist, abandoned buildings and sites site

EZPlanner.com I used to carry one of these in 90s. Now its going to be an app

ChatSolutions.com Customer service chat all the way

ViralSolutions.com Probably from the same portfolio as the above. Marketing company name

BHA.org Three good letters for a dot org. A for association

Belsia.com Sounds French, is French

LasVegasSpine.com Should be dozens of Chiropractors that would love to have this one. Because nobody can spell chiropractor without spell check

RawFruit.com Pretty sure most fruit is eaten raw but maybe raw could be used for organic

FaceJob.com Facebook or porn

SunsetRose.com Sounds like a Hippy clothing line

MultiForce.com Tool company

Stereotyped.com Not sure I like the form of the word here but hot civil topic right now

VehicleSimulator.com A bit too generic for me but explains the product and the business

NextAct.com OK Boomer, sure you get better with age

CrossFlex.com health and fitness but can’t use it for CrossFit

TapAge.com 21 year old domain

WowBrows.com There are eyebrow threading places everywhere now

Flowerbeds.com Hard to think about as we get blasted with snow

SnoHawk.com Met reserve so its going to go to a new owner

Christmas.cc Right around the corner

Broom.io Another .io You could clean up with this one

Godaddy Names With One of No Bid

eCompete.com

ChemicalHouse.com

RareTitles.com

Agrifarma.com

GameEatSleep.com

BeeCrew.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

188xm.com
365Code.com
7793.net
Almic.org
Arkex.com
Atlantic-Source.com
Bee-Pollen-Health.com
BestBalanceBikeReviewed.com
BetGrail.com
Binamer.net
BiofuelCenter.com
BrooklynChiropractor.com
CannabisGanja.com
Cercadeti.com
ChellySun.com
CherryFit.com
CityOfWestpark.net
ComicCollecting.org
Corvus.co
Cowboy-Maloney.com
CupCaps.com
CuratedMag.com
Cwisp.com
CXAsia.com
DearTeenMe.com
DenverDemocrats.net
Digility.com
Downloadlagugratis.net
DreamInfinity.com
e-allmoney.com
EmbedSCR.com
EmbedSR.com
FillBar.com
FitMania.com
FooDoGraph.com
Gdajie.com
HeadcaseCompany.com
HeroTV.com
hg531.com
ImpressiveMagazine.com
Inside-Poland.com
jacksoncharvelworld.net
jide123.com
JournalismNet.com
KiCloud.com
Kingston-University.com
LASLRailroad.net
LinkedWords.com
ListedCars.com
LoopConsulting.com
MeghannMiniello.com
MentalMuscle.com
MicroJewelry.com
MissKit.com
Mist-Dust-Collection.com
MolluskSeattle.com
MortgageQuest.com
MyDiesel.com
MyMp3ringtone.com
NABookarts.com
ncstac.org
NovaRobot.com
NWCannabis.com
ObjectsSearch.com
PacificPictures.com
PattyGriffin.net
PordescargaDirecta.com
primaturecotedivoire.net
SDNow.com
SentinelNigeria.org
ShopJeen.com
ShoppingManager.com
StreetRegister.com
TasteFest.com
TaxAndWealth.com
texascounties4u.org
TheGannet.com
TheSiloct.org
ToDoCloud.com
TokenPrices.com
UsGps.com
UVEF.com
VidMate.org
VolunteerDelaware.org
wallimpex.com
WestElkBicycleClassic.com
zei6.com
Zilipa.com




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