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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday September 16th, 2020

I finally got a chance to watch the Session I did at NamesCon Online. I don’t think I have ever gone back and watched a show I’ve been on. I’ve been doing TV shows and on the news for over 20 years and done several hundred shows, but I can’t think of a time when I went back and watch a whole episode. But this one was different. It got the most likes of any session and the most feedback of anything I’ve ever done. So I wanted to go back and watch it again and make sure that whatever the Hell I did, I want to try and keep doing it.

After watching it I come back to what I originally thought. Bill Sweetman. We made a perfect team. His questions were in perfect flow and brought out the best in my answers. He brought out the me in me. I have a lot of good stuff in there but it takes someone like Bill to get it there. And I want to do more.

I’ve talked about it for years but eventually I will be finally pulling the trigger. I will be joining the likes of Josh Reason, Andrew Alleman, and Keith DeBoer in the podcast world. Except mine isn’t about domain investing. I certainly am going to talk about it. I can’t help it. It’s what I love. But the interviews are going to be with business people, sports people, writers. Anyone interesting. Domain investing is great but its boring as shit to the rest of the world. In our industry 10,000 downloads for all episodes is a good number but I think I can get to that for a good episode with time, consistency, and a good guest. It’s a matter of getting good at my craft and having good people on. Getting good people takes time and episodes that show them that they are in good hands.

The show will be in long form conversation. It’s the only way to let the guest tell their story. It doesn’t necessarily have to be that long but no way it can happen in 30 minutes. This isn’t the news. It’s two people talking and having a good time talking about what they do and what they’ve done. The first guest is Bill Kara. Known for starting AddictingGames.com and then HallPass Media and then he bought back Addicting Games. It was a great chat and its been recorded, just trying to figure out the logistics of editing and how to approach the release. I’m working with Kevin Fink who will produce the show. Great industry person, great person. The work is not in the recording or doing the podcast. All the work is in the production. We’ll see where it goes from here but the wheels are rolling and like anything I do, if I can get it into a routine it will work and get better with time. If I can’t then off to the “remember when you tried X?” stories.

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Seal.io Like the animal or close. Names like this don’t expire very often anymore so thus the big big price

Fluff.io Fluff makes the meat taste better

PPN.io Good enough letters that this will make it to auction and do well

Wages.io Plural just doesn’t do as well as singular in dot io but this one may have some value

XIL.co Good LLL.co start at $400 and go up from there

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

EasyBot.com The person sent it to auction with a good bid and got exactly what he/she wanted. More bids

Admire.org 20 years old and no reserve. Love works well in all extensions

FeetFans.com Millions around the world have foot fetishes

Fesio.com Expiring 5L with no bids. 13 years old

MightyDesign.com 22 years old and taken in 12 extensions. No reserve

DanielK.com Evidently there are a ton of Daniel K in this world. They’ve registered in 22 extensions but similar names are thousands deep

Excitement.net Pretty exciting keyword with a big dot net discount

DivorceOnline.com If only it were that easy. “But it IS!!!!!!!!”

GuitarsPlus.com Upgrade name for a lot of companies. Most are adding some description to the end of GuitarsPlus

UnforgettableImages.com If I’m a photographer I would definitely use this name

Hibiya.com A neighborhood in Tokyo but also a brand because of it

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Mixable.com Top number of bids on the board today. And the top price

CanGo.com Go names have done pretty well over the year. I guess you could call this one positive

Superior.net Another HUGE dot net. Not sure what the backlinks are relative to but the name itself is worth four figures

Talkk.com This is where we’re at. A double lettered word is at four figures

Hrvest.com or take one out

BatteryBackups.com Big industry. Everything will be back-up by battery and solar eventually IMO

BirdingFrontiers.com Bird nerds rejoice. You have some link juice

FreshLogo.com A hell of a lot cheaper than Logo.com and still has the same memorability and meaning

ProductDesigners.com A bit generic but big category of services

NeuralChain.com Brains n stuff

TheCrowsnest.com Surprisingly taken in 26 extensions. Godaddy loves it (valuate at $5k)

RepTracker.com Because you know some people really care about their rep

GenSource.com Nothing more open use than the word general

WarmFront.com People love a warm front when its cold but hate it when its already hot

SpaceForce.us Sounds official. It’s not

DomainAuction.org I figured one of you make like this one

ManageServices.com Just have to tell them what services you’re going to manage

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

12Fun.com

TokenTrends.com

FreeParking.org

DataLicensing.com

TheRevivalist.com

GoldPipe.com

SchoolLoan.org

PremiumDose.com

HowToUseWordPress.com

AquaPerfection.com

Docs.cc

CodeEarth.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

2pgame.com
777800.com
88zr.com
99Mag.com
Aninoticias.com
AvenueTheater.com
Bcap-ocean.org
BinkyLondon.com
CFCode.com
ChemistBar.com
ComputerPowerTest.com
ConradRecord.com
CourtFees.com
Csayn.org
DefaultTransaction.com
DerekCurtis.com
DirectSecure.com
eaglesviewbnb.com
ElectronicReviews.com
ElizaAndTheBear.com
Food-Hub.org
GetCanvas.com
GoGrounded.com
GymnasticsSchools.com
HandyCanadian.com
HealthUpgrade.com
Hearts-At-Home.org
hmsbeagleproject.org
IYPQ.com
JokesnJokes.net
JuliaAndLibby.com
JungleJar.com
LawyerConsultation.com
Macoggis.com
MagnoliaMansion.com
MetroBakery.com
mithyperloop.org
MyOfficeOnline.com
NanoMetaTech.com
OpenGridMap.com
PatientFamilyEngagement.org
Phthalo.com
ProminencePoker.com
PunkJews.com
PyramidRoofingTexas.com
RecycleGlobal.com
SampleJobDescriptions.org
SeeYond.com
Snapsr.com
SouthernKitchenAndBar.com
SteelRadio.com
TacomaSports.org

TechnologyReviews.com
Teenfuckr.com
TheAirMovers.com
TheRelationshipBlogger.com
TheSummersetBand.com
TJScott.net
ToolForHome.com
ToPatrick.com
TownGeek.com
TuxGarage.com
Unspike.com
Uscre.com
UsVisaConnection.com
VeteranMovers.com
Well-Rounded.com
WestcoastRides.com
WholeMagazine.org
Wildlife-Experts.com


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4 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday September 16th, 2020”

  1. Looking forward to your PC. Coming from a former broadcast professional, I hope you highly consider: audio, audio…. and A U D I O! I’ve recently had to stop listening to a domain PC I’ve listened to for years because the audio (of the owner of the PC) is soooo bad! kudos to your new venture… I’m looking forward to the education!!

    1. Thanks Marc. After our first recording we noticed my side was good but the guest was OK. Hollow because of the room. But great advice. Quality of audio makes or breaks the podcast

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