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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 2nd, 2019

Got back from my quick trip to Berlin Germany to run the marathon. Went pretty well and finished with a 3:10. I was hoping for a little better but some days go as planned and others you just get through. My training was good enough that even a bad day turned out great so all the work paid off. I know I can go faster but it all has to come together together to get there and some day it will. I still have 10 years to get it right if you base it on my running partner who is 60 and ran 3:07

I can confirm the Germans love dashes and .de. Plentiful in advertising on TV and billboards. I’m sure there is a resale market for German words and .de names but I don’t speak the language and I’m not going to be one of those guys that Googles words and thinks that they are the real meaning. Drives me crazy when some non native speaker says “it means X in French” and then some French speaker says, it does but nobody uses that form or that word, we use Y. So I stick to what I understand and know. English word dot com. Again, not saying there isn’t money in dashed and foreign languages, just saying I’m not knowledgeable enough to play.

Finally, I think I’ve decided to go to Austin during the NamesCon convention but probably won’t be attending the conference. and all of us were removed from being an advertising partner for some reason. It could be that we didn’t help promote the conference and a 3rd tier domain site. It could be that there is a limited amount of domain companies left that want to pay to be part of the conference so ticket sales is the revenue source of the conference and they don’t want to give any away for free. It could be because we have been critical of the conference. But it’s probably because we’re not a great partner. I’ve been going to Austin in January to visit my friend each year and now I can kill two birds with one stone. I usually go to run the Austin half marathon on the 19th so I’ll have to skip the half and see some domain friends.

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Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction One of the better .domains names out there. I would use it for my portfolio. Says it gets 2600 visits but probably because it was a domain portfolio site. Met reserve at $130 Since we’re in to hyphen domains Pretty big political topic up for sale a name, a king, a company name. One bid at $79 Good bodybuilding supplement maker name Not many come available at auction anymore Billions still use antennas to get TV around the world. Just not sure if they’ll buy them on an exact match domain Plants make good brands Love this as a brand. Not necessarily as a place to breed chickens. 1996 birthday No reserve auction. Some history and backlinks Reserve is under $25K NW for Northwest. Reserve under $500

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids Patterns bring the gold in numerics Says exactly what it will offer Similar but a step down from the above IMO A bit long but when I google it I see there were stores named this and a lot of others that are similar like Crisp and Green Godaddy loves this one. Bidders like it Nice little Kitchen and Bath countertop name all the way The backbone of all solar installations right now what a drunk driver types in when searching for a lawyer Gotta have a little self confidence

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One Reply to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday October 2nd, 2019”

  1. Namescon seems to be just about names and not about developing the names. Until they get people that help develop names like they do at an affiliate conference then it is just not beneficial for many. Must add value and not chest pounders. On another embarrassing note, Is NJ website unsecured with no active ssl ? YESSS.

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