Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday December 26th, 2018

Dec 26 2018

Escrow.com I’m going to start early and write a few of my goals for 2019.   I’ll keep the obvious ones away like “Make more money in domain investing”

  1. I write every day but I am bad about pictures.  I am going to try and document my journey a little more visual this year.  I’ll try and be more active on instagram and put more pictures here.  Domain investing is not a visual occupation but I can improve on zero. (not today though, its still 2018)
  2. Continue to push Domain Sherpa panel reviews to switch it up.  Drew is ready, just need to get the ducks in a row.
  3. Have talked about it for months but finally DSAD will be producing a show.  Travis, Josh, and I and a guest or a combination. Some times just me and a guest.  Should be fun. Could suck. Won’t know until we do it.  I have a video and sound editor so while the content could suck the production should be good
  4. Get more organized.   I have to thank Travis for pretty much reminding me about everything I need to do.  “You really should” at the beginning of so many statements has kept me in check of I things I need to stay on top of. I am down to about 400 names so there should be no reason why I can’t keep all my domains managed properly.  As for the site.  He has done an amazing job of keeping it fast, safe, and clean.
  5. Be more charitable.  I’m still selfish.  I need to give more time and money to areas I feel need help.  I have always helped local families because I could see first hand how my gifts helped them.   I have trouble giving money to things I can’t see in person what is being done.  I need to either get over that or go to where its being done and then give.
  6. Move my nursery over to solar.   Solar farm should be going in on our property in 2019.  Zero reason not to with plenty of space and plenty of sun.
  7.  Greatly reduced sports gambling.  I’ve never done much table games or slot type of gambling but I have always been addicted to sports gambling.  I haven’t done it in months and I’ve realized that it was taking too much of my time and my money.   My income has gotten to the point that winning $500 doesn’t move my needle but losing it pisses me off.  So there’s essentially nothing to gain.  I’ll put a little on a few games at NamesCon or special events but if I feel like gambling I’ll just buy something of that value instead
  8.  Increase my gratitude.  Enough is never enough.  I have some friends that are amazing when it comes to thoughtfulness.  They see something that reminds them of me and they send it to me.  Write an email just to say hello.  I need to do more of this.  I canceled all my fake friends in domain investing and concentrated on those that have been true partners and friends and it was one of the most rewarding things I have done.  I am going to add this into my personal and business life in 2019
  9. That’s all for today.  I actually wrote out 100 but I’ll spare you since we’re already coming off the holidays full of hope and promises.

 

 

Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

Quote of the Day:   “You cannot go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending” – C.S. Lewis

Domain of the Day:  4337.com     Lets go back in time.  Present price is $1200

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

USBC.com  I actually am bidding on this one.  I will take it to $1000 and we’ll see how I’m feeling from there

Calendar.eu   I know nothing about dot eu but I would think that $400 wouldn’t be a bad buy

Pevlon.com    Sounds techy to me but some will definitely think Revlon.  No bids

XOPU.com  Looks like it could hit reserve.  These seem to get traded among domain investor but that’s OK.  A sale is a sale and eventually an end user with step up.

PerfectBreasts.com  Going to a new home.   Met reserve.  And cheaper than a  set of new boobies

QualityWine.com   Not sure anyone would really name their wine this but would serve as a good name to sell wine

PeaceBeWithYou.com  We say this in church to each other.  And I think most people actually mean it

PigsInABlanket.com   Not sure of the value but everyone knows the term or the food.  Or is it pig..singular?

StraightAir.com  1997.  No bids. Not sure what you would use it for but Air is always a popular naming convention

GlobalScene.com  Because the world is a big place. No bids

 

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

BusinessNow.com  1996 birthday.  Business means money

Generates.com   Power, money.  Money and the power

0480.com  Doing better than the NNNN.com above because of the flanking zeros

Codema.com  Upgrade name for several different companies in many different industries

HPCG.com   Great letters.  G for group

BitReward.com  Bit names are holding on.  Way down, but still selling

CryptoCentralBank.com   I think a bank sounds a lot safer than carrying around a flash drive

Illustrator.net   Even the net is worth four figures here IMO

TheDayTrader.com  Would be a heck of a buy at its present price of under $50

Whiffs.com  Smells or swings and misses

CrestLeaf.com  You know I like leaf names.  Good for the canna space and really anything

CaptchaCreator.com  Buying history and backlinks on this one

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

Morfio.com  I like it but I realize you will have to buy Morphio if you are going to build the brand

InChoice.com  Godaddy thinks its worth $3K.  Bidders think its worth zero.  Probably worth somewhere in the middle

VapeTherapy.com  They are already promoting vaping as a way to stop smoking

NewHickory.com Sounds like a bank

BHL.me  I would think most LLL.me are worth more than hand reg.  No bids

Cahid.com  One bidder on this 5L.com

TastyGains.com  Fun money making/investment name

IceAndSun.com   Pretty much covers the cold and hot

DealClips.com  Sounds like a coupon site

Hasbud.com  Perfect canna shop name.  Looks distinguished until you look closer

DomainNameRealty.com Surprisingly no bids.  But its pretty deep in the list

 The Rest of the Names With Bids

01135.com

08129.com

1yye.com

288338.com

2o8.com

344345.com

365lysy.com 

520811.com

66410.com

86624.com

ACBCorporation.com

ACFans.com

ActionLifeMedia.com

ahdlqz.com

Alacaz.org

AmericanEducationFair.com

AppMX.com

BandPasses.com

BayItIre.com

Bayityre.com

bimpro.com

BuildBedroom.com

CBDaly.com

CBDCana.com

CBDOperating.com

CheapTweet.com

cices-fidak.com

CKConsulting.com

ComicDepot.com

CoolXap.com

DFLocal.com

DreamBloggers.com

EmailWorkshopShowTo.com

EvalueStores.com

EvanDo.com

FashionzTrend.com

Fatiaodata.com

FCKansasCity.com

FitWits.org

FrionaChamber.com

gers-peche.com

GoldLastPrice.com

Haibanzi.com

HawaiianOrchidsOnline.com

HeartlandRestaurant.com

HollywoodAbuse.com

HSHYachts.com

IMarkall.com

india24x7online.com

IVPFilm.com

JBRCompany.com

Jianlin.com

Jimucase.com

JonCowherd.com

Kappix.com

Kena888.com

ManhattanBar.com

Met3.com

mm5g.com

Mumboe.com

Mumia2000.org

NBQM.com

NineHub.com

OfficeSetupCom.com

OldQuotes.com

OpenLava.org

Pescova.com

PHXWordCamp.com

PoplarGolf.com

PornObis.net

RetailRadio.com

Rongyitech.com

SeaCart.com

SocialMediaMastery.com

SummitLifts.com

Tilimo.com

TrunksDepot.com

ussf2010.org

WestgateSurgery.com

Whiffs.com

WorldwideBitcoin.com

WritersResist.org

Yantaiba.com

zscarpe.com

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6 comments


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Tim,

      I started it but never finished 🙂 . It is good but I felt everything in it was pretty obvious. An entire book built on it is better to concentrate on one thing and get it done, rather than 100 and get none of them done or done well. And the 100 I wrote are very simplistic in nature. Many can be accomplished in 5 minutes. I realize that at this time in order to do more I have to drop something I am doing now. No more time left in the day.

      1. Bar

        I finished the One Thing – I think the main takeaway I got from it was “What is the One thing that will make everything else easier?” For me, it would probably be working on my fitness which would give me more energy throughout the day to do everything else. For you, it might be hiring a manager and delegating so you can focus on high level stuff instead of being in the weeds.


      2. Post author
        ShaneCultra

        Bar,

        Now I have to go and finish it. I only read two chapters which is ironic in itself. I do think about things like this
        as times. And yes I have 4 managers but I’ve been there for 24 years so many search me out. And my manual labor days are already winding down. I do it more for a break from the customers than actual productivity 🙂

  1. Ategy

    Merry X-Mas and Happy Holidays to all three (and a half) of you! 🙂

    1- I can send you some pictures of Steamie if you want! lol

    2- For Sherpa I always felt including purchase price was a crucial component of evaluating a portfolio. Obviously buying a garbage domain cheap only means you’ll lose less money. But often on the rare occasion you all “don’t hate” a portfolio initially, and then one of you researches the purchase price, I often find that even if some were good domains, they were bad purchases because of the price paid. But expanding on that .. given most of the domains we have no clue what the purchase prices are, it’s impossible to ever know if a someone saw smart in building their portfolio (although obviously you can tell they weren’t smart if their domains were just plain bad). Also maybe consider having the portfolio owner actually on the show.

    3- About time .. lol .. it’s going to be great! Certainly a welcome addition to the industry. Please be sure to include an audio download so I can listen to you guys while I walk Steamie! 🙂

    4- Where can I order a Travis?

    5- I know you weren’t talking about the industry, but you’ll probably most help people with your new show. If done right you’ll end up saving people more money than you could ever donate yourself! 🙂

    6- BoldSolar.com just sold for $149 at GD auctions!

    7- “Good luck” on that one! Looks like you’ve you’ve already laid the groundwork in your head for this one. The only bets I’ve ever really made on sports are for drinks or $5-20 more just to laugh at a friend. I used to follow sports quite heavily when I was young … but have completely lost interest over the years. I’ll still watch and enjoy if it’s on in front of me, but it’s just gotten too much about money. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy players are finally getting their fair share .. but too many teams .. too many player changes .. and unless I win $50 million, I just don’t get people spending multiple hundreds of dollars to go see a game live. I’ve organised a few fun groups to local games with cheap tickets ($10-$30) . but in those cases it’s more about having fun with friends! Baseball is the most boring game in the world .. but I used to love going with buddies with $5 nosebleeds tickets .. every few years there’s always talk about bringing back the Expos .. not sure if it’ll ever happen in my lifetime! lol

    8- Speaking of gratitude … thanks to you, Josh and Travis and all you each do for the industry.

    All the best to everyone for a kickass 2019!

    Arif / Ategy

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