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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday November 6th, 2019

I woke up yesterday to read an article on TheDomains about the guy from who sells single blade razors getting an investment from one of the guys on Shark Tank. Of course the first paragraph notes that he “called Shane Cultra an idiot” . Glad to know I was an important part of the story. I actually didn’t even know he had said that because he blocked me THEN called me an idiot. How am supposed to feel the ridicule if I don’t even get to see it? He called me an idiot because I told him he will learn what learned when they moved to B

I have no animosity towards the guy. I am a businessman first. I run and own a great business and understand how to run a business and the components better than 99% of the people you meet. I deal with employees, government compliance, and day to day decisions of running a business with 40 employees every…..single… But this isn’t about me, just trying to prove I’m an ass but not an idiot.

Marketing is simple. There is nothing more than trying to create a brand that is yours. A memorable name that represents you. Memorable enough that when said, people instantly think of your company and what you do. It really can be anything. There are some that are better than others, but there are no rules other than don’t make it confusing. I mentioned before, I wasn’t a big fan of the name Supply in general. It doesn’t exude anything to me or anyone that I mentioned. But its what he’s going with so lets move past that and discuss how he is going to get people to his product. On Shark Tank he wore a shirt that simply said Supply. I liked it but I liked it because it looked cool and that everyone would be curious what it is. That’s cool for a fashion brand bad for marketing. I have always felt that if you are the dot com then you don’t need to put dot com in your name. Its assumed. Its the default. But if you’re not, the name of your company should include the tld. In this case needs to be in the marketing IMO. This is all modern marketing 101. But he knows better

The ONLY reason people were so aggressive to him is because he was aggressive right out of the gate. He knew he already had a Shark Tank deal so he entered the fight with a chip on his shoulder. He thought he was smarter than everyone at the table because he did what millions of people wished they had. Got a deal on Shark Tank. Millions of dollars in free marketing from being on the show and further marketing help by having a Shark as part owner. I am genuinely happy for him and he’s going to go on to great things. I think the product is nice. All in all I thought he has done an amazing job. I just feel at some point he is going to realize that he has chosen a tougher marketing path than if he would have gone with a better dot com early and really, just a better name. The reality is his future is tied to winning Google so maybe he’s right. It didn’t matter either way.

Quote of the Day: It is easier to fool someone than to convince them they’ve been fooled.” – Mark Twain

Domain of the Day:

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction Received 15 bids and met reserve If you are going to go with a .io as a company. This is the type of name I’m talking about. One word 8 bids is pretty good for a dot agency name Its a dot net but its met reserve and the keyword wish is a positive word Met reserve under $300 Met reserve at $154 (at press time) I see 9 for all you Roman Numeral fans City of 6700, reserve of $69 Love the thought of teledoc on this but as we said on Sherpa, physician is a tough spell for some Pretty sure there will be girls in front of the cameras eventually. Great adult name Great literary and art name Sounds like a security name I think car and truck wrapping is replacing painting Reserve under $25K so it may sell No bidders. Sounds like a surf and skateboard brand

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Click the links to fund the site and our work At $20. Some would say this is pronounceable as “Zeb”. Being used by a band and acronym in stock trading Top number of bids on the Godaddy list today but the top price goes to another link juice history name and this is it. Working Moms site with a lot of history Big data = big money Why not? every other coffee name seems to be taken People love names that sound like a Greek God, even if its not some would say this is a better name than my Depends on where you’re sitting I guess Works for me even though its super generic

A few more like this closing today sounds dirty but an Employment site is probably where this is headed Exudes “award winning” Sounds fast. But there are a ton of cash apps out there. So many one is actually called The Cash App Sounds pretty close to the clothing story I’ll agree that this is pronounceable If you develop websites Could be the new gas/electric station I’ll take the quinoa bowl with extra beets and tofu please Pretty sure you can get Morgan to write for you on this one 5 states have it Learn to press play on your iPod

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

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 Wednesday November 6th, 2019”

  1. I am sure the guy and his product will do 8 figures in the next few years, which is amazing. That said, if you check the @getsupply twitter handle you can see that when Robert Herjavec congratulated them on the deal, did a little promo etc., he used the old forwarding company .com to do so and not the new .co.

  2. I think the more fascinating part of the Supply story is that the razor market was disrupted with DollarShaveClub a couple of years ago, then this guy goes and does it _again_ with Supply. Just goes to show that there is always opportunity and we are surrounded by abundance.

  3. Hey Shane,

    The Namejet auction is for, not

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