Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday February 20th, 2019

Escrow.com

So our great state of Illinois just passed a new minimum wage law moving it to $15 an hour.  Its a raise over 5 years which comes out to be a little more than a $1 per year.  I’m conflicted about the wage hike in that I have been a proponent for raising the minimum wage for many years.  It was $8.25 which is ridiculous.  Nobody can live on that wage.  I start all my new employees at $11.  Even that is low but its what I can afford for some roles in the company.  I have no problem having lower wages for students and those under 18 but even then they can’t be asked to do the same tasks as the adults.  But $15 is the opposite and is also ridiculous.

Having all employees make $30,000 dollars a year will mean I have to cut back on employees.  It will also force me to pay all more experienced employees more money as well.  We run a very strict sales to payroll ratio and that just can’t change.  So either sales go up or employees go down.  It’s that simple.  And other companies are absolutely going to keep the same policy.  So just as the studies have shown in other places that have raised it to this level.  The most important employees are going to truly benefit and get big raises while the bottom quality people will be out of jobs.  Studies say this isn’t true and that it hasn’t effected jobs. But what they haven’t pointed out is that most cities are only in year two and still at $11 an hour.  We still have a few years to get to $15 where it starts to hurt.  I think it doesn’t hurt until $14 or $15.

McDonalds ,  many other fast foods, and supermarkets are already preparing and have replaced order and checkout with self checkouts and ordering.   Sam’s club went from 15 checkout lines to 4 with 11 moving to self checkout.  And even more use an app to check out on the honesty system.  All deemed cheaper than paying the higher wages.

I’m giving my opinion and its bound to change with time as I learn.  And since I have a head start I am way ahead of most employers.  As a matter of fact if I include year end bonuses we’re probably there.  So I’m ready.  But I’m not sure our customers and that’s where I need to get it back.  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD continue writing each day.

 

Quote of the Day: The real art of conversation is not only to say the right thing at the right place but to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.” — Dorothy Nevill

Domain of the Day:  BrandProtection.org  .org works for me here.  As good of a name as Marksman

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

WriteIt.com   Great name for a journal, book writing, note taking, or writing instruction type site.

SEOOutsourcing.com     13 year old SEO name.  No reserve so it’s going to sell to the highest bidder.   52 bids

Fulfill.net    Fulfillment.net sold for $15K recently so this has to have some value.  The “having someone else ship it” business is hotter than ever

LearningWire.com  No reserve and closes today.   To get a good learning, education name for $100 is tough in today’s market

3290.com   Look at Media Options getting back in the 4N.com market

GameMachines.com  Good name for a computer company concentrating on the gamers

PinkBeach.com   No bids.  A beach for the ladies.  Or maybe some men.  Could be the home of the new festival below

DiscountFlight.com   The plural is already built out.  Could do well or get you a lawsuit

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

eBillion.com   Online is going to be where you make a billion so it fits perfectly

GayFest.com    Guarantee you’ll have a better time than Fyre festival.  This year its at PinkBeach

GraniteStore.com   90% of all counters that are put in are granite.  Changing but still a big market

SCSZ.com   Z is tough as a western acronym but the Chinese probably are going to like it

ChefsKitchen.com   I feel like I just got a pot pie at the grocery store frozen food section with the brand already

Isometrics.com  Workouts where the length of the muscles don’t change.  Should definitely be a part of everyone’s workout

PeteMoss.com   Love it.   A play on peat moss

ExtremeRacing.com  Sounds exciting and an upgrade for several companies

eTransactions.com  You know from the name exactly what the company or service is

InternetDown.org   Used to be a “Is this site down for you” type site.  Now it can be yours

Globalu.com  Other companies thought this was a good education name as well. One using GoGlobalU.com

EducationWorldwide.com    A bit long but gets defines pretty well

ConcreteMedia.com  Solid name………….sorry

Weedrus.com  People still like weed names

ListedForSale.com   People are loving this one.  The internet can’t get enough Realty and Car sales sites

Text2Give.com   Nice name for the charity space. People give more when you make it easy.  Doesn’t get easier than texting

70A.com Round number and the first letter of the alphabet.  Under $600 at press time

Wevoo.com  These good 5Ls are starting to see some good prices

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

1777.com  I still say this hits $100,000

877.io  Has a good opening bid.  We’ll see if it moves from here

LiquidNicotine.com  Too generic BUT it is what entire billion dollar businesses are being built on right now

Igomo.com  Not great but certainly worth $10 IMO

Blezo.com  Another one. But you’ll have to buck up because its at $17

Agenetic.com  I think gene companies will only continue to grow in numbers and value

Migley.com  A last name so eventually will be a brand or company. No bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

029g.com
188ab.com
a1auctionphoenix.com
aoeee.com
AspPro.org
Astronomy2006.com
BabyBungalow.com
Baijiajc.com
BareBoo.com
Bet411.com
BonIbon.com
BowTieMedia.com
BushSecrecy.org
CleveDon.com
clw77.com
Dakeshop.com
DateDope.com
DecoyMusic.com
DiegoPops.com
DomFinder.com
EngageTechnology.com
Erkin.net
Esauk.com
FestivalSeason.com
Flagify.com
FlexibleCourses.com
FlosSpick.com
fqfyjx.com
FreedomOtic.com
FreePDFNovels.com
FrontPage-Templates.org
GainesvilleHealthcareCenter.com
gba123.com
Guquanfang.com
gxbsbj.com
hg670.com
IG88.com
jhnlg.com
Jordan5.us
kfyuying.com
Komenct.org
LCLife.com
Learn-To-Drive.com
lhf5288.com
Liyouzc.com
LongTurn.org
LuxuryTravelAgents.com
Mensa-Test.com
MirrorX.com
Monkeyboard.com
MusclePress.com
NBFeiyun.com
Nizhen6.com
nlfbsudbury.com
nmwwdgk.com
ParWine.com
pdszhwz.com
Proservis.com
qiangkezu.com
qrv8.com
RecRafted.com
RentRoof.com
RobWardPhotography.com
Rorklaw.com
SandiegoLuxuryHomes.com
SkinGo.com
smarthomeautomationva.com
spz168.com
StainOff.com
Sunysbcn.com
syxxlmzp.com
TechTrap.com
TelefonIrati.com
ThePlasticMerchant.com
Todoos.com
TonyaJoy.com
TreeFortGames.com
VibeAgent.com
Widmu.com
WorldCircus.com
WorldHeadsUpPoker.com
Wukongqk.com
xguangyu.com
Yavatmal.com
Yokto.com
ytwjdz.com
YumCakes.com
ZenRacer.com
ZionArt.com
zsdstesting.com
zzybzs.com
zzzjdd.com

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday February 20th, 2019”

  1. Yes, there are business owners that take advantage of their workers! On the other hand, in general, raising the minimum wage is simply a way for politicians to look like heroes. Just like water, prices seek their own level. The higher the expenses of a business, the more they have to charge. The more they charge, the more the “worker” has to pay for goods and services in any given area. So, round and round we go. It’s one big circle jerk. IMHO

    1. Automation can and will stop that particular vicious cycle. Machines will be much cheaper than lazy humans who can’t work 24 hours a day. Of course, there are many jobs that will be lost in the process. People will be begging for $8 / hr if don’t come up with some kind of fix for the automation wave.

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