Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday March 13th, 2019

Mar 13 2019

Escrow.com

If you read US national news is was hard to miss the story about the bribery scandal to get students into elite schools by buying their way in.  This has been going on a long time.  I just had no idea they were getting paid so much per student.   When my daughter was going through the recruiting process I saw that being an athlete gave you a HUGE advantage in getting in to Ivy League schools.  Especially if you had the ability to pay full tuition.  Ivy Leagues don’t offer scholarships and are purely based on need.  If you have a student that is good but not great and tests well but maybe not high enough that would normally get it, you combine the two and you have a big advantage over other students.   It presents a big opportunity for a coach to use the final 2 or 3 team spots to fill with pay to play parents.  Because a coach’s recommendation can dramatically improve the chances of getting in Ivy league schools.  They aren’t on scholarship so nobody really checks on the progress of the players. All the coach has to do is say they quit after one season and start it all over.  What you are reading about  will absolutely run deeper than just this one person.

Of course, having someone else take the ACT and SAT test are taking it to a whole new level.  As well as faking the athletic ability of an athlete.  The schools pretty much assume that the coach has done the research on the athlete and never checks all the fake info in their file.  There is already so much playing around with athletes, especially in female athletics, because there are limited scholarships.  Many schools are forced to find a student athlete that can either afford to pay the full tuition or is smart enough that they can come on an academic scholarship and play the sport.  They use the scholarships for the star players.  Give half away to them, and divide the others to entice other athletes.  When those run out it goes to the players mentioned above.  But there is often a few spots available that aren’t needed or they can’t fill.  So they’ve been selling them.

I knew it was happening.  Fortunately my daughter was just fast enough and just smart enough to get the combo package. I also felt that 75K wasn’t worth an Ivy league education for undergraduate. Maybe graduate school.  But I could see how the Ivy Leagues coveted her because she could fill roster spots and would have to pay full tuition.  At first I thought it was because she was a good, smart,  runner but I saw her friend and she was faster and had a 35 ACT but didn’t get in.  I can’t prove it, but I think it was because she came from a single parent household and would get a lot of aid.

In short, the system was ripe for picking and I’m glad that its been exposed.  Let the kids that worked hard get in.  Not the parents that worked hard.   Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on.

Quote of the Day: If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.” ― Mark Twain

Domain of the Day:  Gank.com   Like my wife, loved it from the moment I first saw it

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

BitcoinPlus.com  Closes early in the morning.  Bitcoin names still live

Portfolio of 25 Domains:  Reserve met at $35.  VideoStreamLive.com, BestNetwork.org and more

PointsUp.com  Closes today so last chance.  This name already sold once for $5,600 and much less than that right now

TheBelief.com Met reserve at $80.  Believing is most of the battle

Seweg.com  No bidders on this 5L.com  that is a family name

CompleteLandscape.com   You know this is in my wheelhouse.  Landscape and lawn care  names have been good to me

ClickHERE.net    I like this one.  Just doesn’t look real

SalonX.com  1996 name.  No reserve and no bidders

RunningWear.com  I would rather have RunWear but this isn’t bad.  Only two bidders

GenomeInstitute.com  There are hundreds of Something Genome Institute

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

Brandables.co   We use this word every day in our industry.   Not dot co though

LEEDCertified.com  100% this ends up over $1000 when its done. Too big of a category LEED Certification

AeroSun.com  As good of an alternative energy names as I’ve seen.  Covers wind and solar

WildnFree.com  A great way to live your life.  But not all the time

XN1.com  LLN.com are way down but still has some value

FormSpace.com  Sounds like a production app right out of the box

CTR.org  and  OWC.org   Some super strong LLL.orgs

j0k.com  The middle is a zero.  I see Joke when I see it.  Not sure it won’t just confuse everyone else

000087.com  The Chinese generally like these with the zeros at the front.  A four figures at press time

YPAA.com and AYSL.com  Two nice LLLL.com if that’s your thing

SnapScore.com    Snap is a pretty popular naming convention.  Used way before SnapChat came around

CompeteToWin.com   You always should.  Don’t expect to

GingerBear.com     Cute brand.   Red haired bear

Yadox.com  Nice 5L.com for under $40 at press time

Supporti.com   I is you and we supporti

SocialGenomics.com  I think this name and area of study is going to be big

TopRap.com  I’m still partial to Drake and Beastie Boys

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

SoundPa.com  The Brandpa of music.

iAdventurer.com  Video games, outdoor sport

Animeline.com  Stands for Anime Line art.   Japan is the target market for this one

RajWap.com  Godaddy values it high so I searched why……Porn.  Lots and lots of porn

LittleStitches.com  Sounds like a kids brand

IntelligentSkin.com  Billions of dollars in skin care

NaturalPlastic.com We are going to need a more biodegradable plastic and this is as good of a name as any

GreenerGreen.com One upping you on the green

RedParachute.com  Easy logo

GameDraft.com  Perfect fantasy sports name.  Would be a steal under $50 IMO.  But I type out this list every day and start losing my sense of reality.  Happens when you look at 100,000 domains a week

TheRibCrib.com  I would definitely eat a rack here

ShoeHunters.com Because they don’t have anything on StockX and GOAT.  We need shoe hunters

FlightBuster.com  The newest low price flight finder

 

 The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

0376ebh.com
3soomobile.com
4th-screen.com
54fuwu.com
57947.com
597hr.com
ABCMarineBonaire.com
Aixinpaihuo.com
AlcoholAndDrugAbuse.org
ArrayInc.com
Blackheartbar.com
BlockchainFT.com
bridgitMendlerMusic.com
BuffaloTrades.com
CADHost.com
Caesararts.com
ChorHair.com
Chuza.org
Cinereal.com
Continiartuk.com
CWire.org
Darshe.com
DataHosts.com
Demonoid.co
Dermabit.net
DNTechnologies.com
DownloadChicagoTours.com
Downloadmobdroapk.com
Ecasite.com
Eduvee.com
Fixaustin.org
FluFighters.com
Forex4ar.com
FreemasonInn.com
Gemmaredux.com
Habcc.com
HDWork.com
HealthyWisconsin.org
hencaidecor.com
HLJWorld.com
Iett.org
InArchive.com
Ions-Project.org
IOProgram.com
IsMyManInLove.com
iSocialReviews.com
IsTopOver.com
KJHV.com
Kutes.com
LawrenceHammondMusic.com
LisaOdwyer.com
Mai2.com
MiamiPG.com
Mryyy.com
NobleGaming.com
ntgongxi.com
Oasm.info
Oceans8.com
Okurrr.com
OPSZone.com
OrlandoLotto.com
PacificHelm.com
PhotogRapheMariage.com
Pilose.com
ReceiptLocker.com
robbiehanson.com
rrzhl.com
SBMSystems.com
Spotwiz.com
sqdashi.com
StockRanker.com
Stratabet.com
Tangziming.com
TeleRam.com
TheJackalOfJavaScript.com
TheLonelyDodo.com
TopVlog.com
TradiantCAD.com
WhyBuyUsedCars.com
Wildlife-Patrol.com
xCustoms.com
ZoeyRyder.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.
Share This

About the author

Outsmarting the Dumb, Outworking the Smart

View all articles by ShaneCultra

5 comments

  1. Tony

    Shane, this is my first post, but have been a daily reader for over a year.
    Looks like seweg.com also used to be a porn site (archivedotcom results). First registered in 2016…unusual for a family name I think. Unfortunate legacy for them perhaps….
    Keep up the good work.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.